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Work as electrician or electro professional in Norway?

Work as electrician or electro professional in Norway?

https://www.dsb.no/lover/elektris...n-or-electro-professional-in-norway/

https://www.dsb.no/lover/elektris...fassionals-abroad/permanent-electro/

Enclosed documentation must be in PDF-format or JPG-format. Other formats and links to documents will not be processed by DSB.

 

These are the required documents:

 

  • CV that describes biographical data, dated education and dated relevant practical experience in the profession in question, that you want approval to practise in Norway
  • Copy of the original school report or diploma from the education, including a list of subjects and a transcript of grades and curriculum from the education
  • Copy of translated original school report or diploma from the education, including a list of subjects and transcript of grades and curriculum from the education,
  • Copy of the original approval, permission, authorization or other attestation of competence to perform the profession in question
  • Copy of translated original approval, permission, authorization or other attestation of competence to perform the profession in question
  • Copy of original references from current or former employers as proof of at least one year of practical experience, in the profession in question, during the previous 10 years after graduation. Practical experience in the profession in question must be from another country outside Norway.
  • Copy of translated original references from current or former employers as proof of at least one year of practical experience, in the profession in question, during the previous 10 years after graduation. Practical experience in the profession in question must be from another country outside Norway.
  • The references must be on letter sheets from the companies and which work tasks and voltage level you have worked with and signed. Work on electric low voltage installations in housing, commercial buildings and industry.
  • Copy of passport, alternatively a valid national identity card, issued by an EEA or EFTA country that has been approved as a travel document.

 

Any kind of documentation that may help to facilitate the processing of the application is welcome.

 

Important:

 

If the original documents are in not written in English, Swedish or Danish, they must be translated, primarily to English or alternatively to Norwegian. All documentation must be translated by state authorized translator.

 

You enter the application here:  https://profapp.dsb.no/profapp/

Re: Work as electrician or electro professional...

Pjotor
Pjotor

Great description on how to apply for approval as an electrical Professional.

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