Physical Address

Board of Examiners of Electronics Technicians

Calle San José Esq. San Francisco

Diputación Provincial Building

2nd Floor

San Juan, PR 00902-3271

 

Postal Address

Department of State

Assistant Secretary of Examination Boards

Board of Examiners of Electronics Technicians

P.O. Box 9023271

San Juan, PR 00902-3271

 

Contact

Ms. Sonia López

Phone: 787-722-2122, Extension # 223

Email: slopez@estado.gobierno.pr

President

 

Legal Basis

Law No. 99 of June 30, 1975, as amended.

Regulation No. 7417 of the Board of Examiners of Electronics Technicians.

Members

  • Jesús Rivera Velázquez
  • Agustín Pujols De Jesús

Scheduling of Board Examination

For Board Examination dates and to request the examination, please access the website http://pr.pcshq.com. For more information you can contact the company Professional Credential Services by calling 1-888-773-9266.

 

Note

All applicants interested in Reasonable Accommodation must apply using the forms established by regulation No. 6463 of May 22, 2002.

Licensing Requirements

  • File a duly sworn application with the Board on the printed form that said Board shall provide for such purposes.
  • To have reached eighteen (18) years of age.
  • To have completed at least High School or its equivalent in addition to having approved vocational or technical courses in Electronics or as Instrumentation Technician, Biomedical and Communication, offered by the Department of Education of Puerto Rico, or by any institution accredited by the General Education Council, or by any educational institution accredited by the federal government or by any state, possession or dependency of the United States of America.
  • Approve the practical and theoretical examination offered by the Board.

 

Documents to accompany the Application for License

  • Two (2) photos 2 x 2″ recently taken.
  • Two proofs of Internal Revenue (yellow copy) or Official Receipt of Payment. One in the amount of $20.00 dollars deposited into the 5140 income figure and another on the amount of $30.00 dollars deposited into the 5143 income figure.

 

Income Figure or Account 5140 5143 Total
Permanent License $20.00 $30.00 $50.00
License Renewal $10.00 $50.00 $60.00
Provisional License / Special License $10.00 $20.00 $30.00

 

  • Original Criminal Record Certificate with no more than six (6) months of issued.
  • Certification of Alimony payments within the Puerto Rico Department of Family Affairs in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 86 of August 17, 1994 (ASUME).
  • Original and copy of birth certificate

 

License Renewal Requirements

Documents to accompany the Application for License Renewal

 

  • Two (2) photos 2 x 2″ recently taken.
  • Two proofs of Internal Revenue (yellow copy) or Official Receipt of Payment. One in the amount of $10.00 dollars deposited into the 5140 income figure and another on the amount of $40.00 dollars deposited into the 5143 income figure.
  • Certification of Alimony payments within the Puerto Rico Department of Family Affairs in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 86 of August 17, 1994 (ASUME).

 

Provisional License / Special License
  • To have reached eighteen (18) years of age.
  • Two (2) photos 2 x 2″ recently taken.
  • Two proofs of Internal Revenue (yellow copy) or Official Receipt of Payment. One in the amount of $10.00 dollars deposited into the 5140 income figure and another on the amount of $20.00 dollars deposited into the 5143 income figure.
  • Certificate or copy of High School diploma or its equivalent issued by the Department of Education of Puerto Rico, or higher degree obtained.
  • Certificate or copy of diploma of vocational or technical courses offered by the Department of Education of Puerto Rico, or by any institution accredited by the General Education Council, or by any educational institution accredited by the federal government or by any state, possession or dependency of the United States of America.
  • Original and recent Certificate of Criminal Record. (This certificate expires within six months of issued).
  • Birth Certificate (Original).
  • Certification of Alimony payments within the Puerto Rico Department of Family Affairs in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 86 of August 17, 1994 (ASUME).

 

Forms and Applications

Listed below are the various forms used for the Board of Examiners of Electronics Technicians.

  • Regulation No. 6463 of May 22, 2002 for the Evaluation of Reasonable Accommodation. (Download)
  • Application for License to practice as Electronics Technician. (Download)