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@maria flor • 04 Jul, 2011 • 1 like
To those fellow Filipinos who want to take the REE, RME or PEE Board Exam, here are the qualifications:

Qualifications of Applicant for Registration as Professional Electrical
Engineer. - Any person applying for registration as professional electrical
engineer shall establish to the satisfaction of the Board that on or before the date
of registration, he possesses the following qualifications:
(a) He is a citizen of the Philippines;
(b) He is of good reputation with high moral values;
(c) He has not been finally convicted by the court of an offense involving
moral turpitude;
(d) He is a holder of the degree of Bachelor of Science in Electric
Engineering (BSEE) from a university, school, college, academy or
institute duly constituted, recognized and accredited by the Philippine
government; and
(e) He is a registered electrical engineer with valid certificate of
registration and professional license and with four (4) years or more of
active practice reckoned from the date of his registration as a registered
electrical engineer.

Qualifications of Applicants for Registered Electrical Engineer
Examination. - Any person applying for admission to the registered electrical
engineering examination, as herein provided, shall establish to the satisfaction of
the Board that, on or before the date of the examination, he possesses the
following qualifications:
(a) He is a citizen of the Philippines;
(b) He is at least twenty-one (21) years of age;
(c) He is of good reputation with high moral values;
(d) He has not been finally convicted by the court of an offense involving
moral turpitude; and
(e) He is a holder of the degree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical
Engineering (BSEE) from a university, school, college, academy or
institute duly constituted, recognized and accredited by the Philippine
government.

Qualifications of Applicants for Registered Master Electrician
Examination. - Any person applying for admission to the registered master
electrician examinations, as herein provided, shall establish to the satisfaction of
the Board that, on or before the date of the examination, he possesses the
following qualifications:
(a) He is a citizen of the Philippines;
(b) He is at least eighteen (18) years of age;
(c) He is of good reputation with high moral values;
(d) He has not been finally convicted by the court of an offense involving
moral turpitude; and
(e) He has any of the following technical backgrounds:
(1) Has completed at least three (3) years of a five-year Bachelor of
Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) program or a three-year
course in electrical engineering technology from an engineering
school recognized by the Philippine government and, in addition,
has a subsequent specific record of one (1) year practice in
electrical wiring and installation, operation and maintenance of
utilization devices and equipment; or
(2) Has graduated from a two-year electrician's course of instruction
from a vocational or trade school recognized by the Philippine
government and, in addition, has at least two (2) years of
apprenticeship after completion of the course of instruction on
electrical installation, operation and maintenance of utilization
devices and equipment; or
(3) Has completed a one-year electrician's course of instruction
from a vocational school recognized by the Philippine government
and, in addition, has at least three (3) years of apprenticeship after
completion of the course of instruction on electrical installation,
operation and maintenance of utilization devices and equipment; or
(4) Has completed a four-year high school education or its
equivalent and, in addition, has subsequent specific record of at
least five (5) years of apprenticeship in electric wiring, installation,
operation and maintenance of utilization devices and equipment.

Source: RA. 7920( New Electrical Engineering Law)
@maria flor • 04 Jul, 2011 Scope of Examination. - As a prerequisite for registration as
professional electrical engineer, registered electrical engineer and registered
master electrician, the applicant shall comply with the following requirements:

(a) Professional electrical engineer:
For the purpose of confirming the service record and clarifying the
technical report submitted by the applicant for registration as a
professional electrical engineer, an oral examination or interview shall be
conducted on the following documents to be submitted to the Board:
(1) Certified experience record from the date applicant took oath as a
registered electrical engineer indicating the inclusive dates, companies
worked for, description of specific responsibilities, significant
accomplishments as well as the name and position of immediate
supervisors;
(2) Technical paper covering an evaluation, an analysis, a study or a
critical discussion of an electrical engineering project or subject, on one or
several technical aspects such as: design, construction, installation,
commissioning, testing, operation, maintenance, repair, research and the
like. The technical paper shall be supported by engineering principles and
data. Published or unpublished scientific paper or treatise on electrical
engineering theories and applications may be considered as complying
with the requirement;
(3) Three (3) certifications signed by three (3) professional electrical
engineers to the effect that the experience record submitted by the
applicant is factual and that the technical paper submitted was actually
prepared by the applicant.
The applicant must obtain passing marks on the experience record and on
the technical report in order to qualify for registration as a professional
electrical engineer.

(b) Registered electrical engineer:
The applicant shall pass a written examination on different subjects or
group of subjects as follows:
(1) Mathematics, such as: algebra, trigonometry, analytic geometry,
differential calculus, integral calculus, differential equations, complex
numbers, probability and statistics, advanced engineering mathematics
including matrices, power series, Fourier analysis, Laplace transforms,
and others. The weight is twenty-five percent (25%).
(2) Engineering sciences and allied subjects, such as general chemistry,
college physics, computer fundamentals and programming, engineering
materials, engineering mechanics, fluid mechanics, strength of materials,
thermodynamics, electrical engineering law, engineering economics,
engineering management, contracts and specifications, code of
professional ethics, Philippine Electrical Code, Parts 1 and 2 and others.
The weight is thirty percent (30%).
(3) Electrical engineering professional subjects, such as: electrical circuits,
electronic theory and circuits energy conversion, power transmission and
distribution, instrumentation and measurement, circuit and line protection,
control systems, principles of communication, electrical machines,
electrical equipment, components and devices, electric systems, power
plant, electronic power equipment, illumination, building wiring and others.
The weight is forty-five percent (45%).
The passing general weighted average rating shall be seventy percent
(70%) with no grade below fifty percent (50%) in any group of subjects
listed above.
The examination questions on the foregoing subjects shall cover only
basic theories and principles, and shall exclude questions based on
experience and trade practices. The number of questions shall be such
that the examination can be finished in three (3) consecutive eight-hour
days.

(c) Registered master electrician:
The applicant shall pass a written examination on the different
subjects or group of subjects as follows:
(1) Technical subjects:
- Ohm's Law: Calculations for resistance, current, voltage and
power for direct current and alternating current circuits.
- Electrical machines: Description and operating principles of
motors, generators and transformers.
- Control equipment: Description and function of fuses, overload
relays, safety switches, magnetic switches, circuit breakers, stardelta
motor starters, transformer-type motor starters, D.C. motor
starters.
- Electrical components: Description of resistors, capacitors,
inductors and semi-conductors.
- Maintenance and repair: Description of the procedures in the
maintenance of electrical machinery.
- Test equipment: Types and uses of measuring instruments.
- Electrical engineering law provisions pertaining to registered
master electrician.
- Other related subjects as may be prescribed by the Board.
(2) Philippine Electrical Code, Parts 1 and 2:
- General requirements for installation of electric wiring and
equipment.
- Approved wiring methods.
- Types of wiring materials and wiring devices.
- Installation of switchboard and panel boards.
- Installation in hazardous locations.
- Wiring diagrams of different types of motor starters with motor
protection.
- Drawing symbols and wiring plants.
- Other related subjects as may be prescribed by the Board.
The number of test questions shall be such that the examinations can be finished
in one (1) eight-hour day.
The relative weights shall be fifty percent (50%) for technical subjects and fifty
percent (50%) for Philippine Electrical Code.
The passing general average rating shall be seventy percent (70%) with no
grade below fifty percent (50%) in any subject.

Source: RA. 7920( New Electrical Engineering Law)
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