ICE’s Organizational Members consist of associations, certifying organizations, customer groups, and government agencies that are interested in credentialing.
PLEASE NOTE: An organization may join as a member of ICE at any time. Membership in ICE does not mean that ICE has approved, endorsed, or accredited an organization or its certification program(s).ICE’s accrediting arm, the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), is responsible for accreditation of individual certification programs. Please refer to the NCCA Accredited Certification Programs page for a complete list of programs currently accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies.
NHICC is listed and NHICC is claiming they are REGISTERED members but as above being a member is does not mean Membership in ICE does not mean that ICE has approved, endorsed, or accredited an organization or its certification program(s)
Some have said Grandfathering is long gone and we need to move on .
Well I and many others disagree and I see they still grandfather Electricians like my Brothers did 60 years ago .
Looks like it still works well …
An electrical license can be received through the grandfather clause.
Most states have testing or examination requirements that must be met before a person can receive an electrical license, but many of these states also have a grandfather clause. This grandfather clause allows certain professionals to receive an electrical license without meeting the standard educational or examination requirements as long as the individual has enough on-the-job experience as an electrician. The on-the-job experience required to qualify varies from state-to-state, so it’s best to check with your state licensing board to determine how much experience is necessary to fall under the grandfather