Application Form and Fee for Master / Journeyman Reciprocity Application
This list is intended as a guide and may not cover every situation. Additional information may be required dependent on individual circumstances.
Have your sponsoring county send a letter of reciprocity. Letter must include: Agency proctoring exam, Trade exam & Business and Law exam scores with a minimum of 75%, required years of verified experience, complaints on record & state that the sponsoring county will reciprocate with Brevard County in the same trade.
A completed application and appropriate fees for your trade. (refer to checklist in application)
Copy of current Certificate of Competency.
A recent photo attached to your application.
A copy of your driver’s license or state identification card.
Notarized signature of applicant on signature pages.
Submit the completed forms and documents to:
Brevard County Licensing Regulation & Enforcement
2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way Bldg A-114
Viera, Fl. 32940.
The fees listed herein are per application and are non-refundable. Please provide SEPARATE CHECKS.
|Application fee Master (non-contractor)||$115.00|
|Application fee Journeyman||$25.00|
|Master (non-contractor) August –November 100%||$7.00|
|Master (non-contractor) December-April 75%||$56.25|
|Master (non-contractor) May-July 50%||$37.50|
|Journeyman August –November 100%||$50.00|
|Journeyman December-April 75%||$37.50|
|Journeyman May-July 50%||$25.00|
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