Let's make this short. I served thirty-six years (10+26) with two companies in Industrial Maintenance. My formal education started out as a machinist and went other ways, I took every opportunity to take classes offered. We were not classified so we did it all. During these years I spent many hours working on plumbing problems, most because the other guys did not like that work, and working with real plumbers when I had to call them in so I could learn. Now, I am retired (Thank You Lord) and have my own business as a "Household Handyman", I'm not a millionaire yet, but it's really fun. I applied to take the Georgia State Plumbers Journeyman's Test, it's the lowest rated test they offer. Why? Because I want the License, it's not required for me, I just want it. I got a letter back asking me to confirm my "at least four years" of field experience under a Master Plumber with License. I don't have this, never was required of me. We operated within Plant Maintenance without these License in different fields, it was not required within our City or County, I asked many times. Any suggestions please? Thanks, David
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