$59 Florida 14 hr Contractors Continuing Education for License Renewal

Renew your CILB License with our online contractor courses

Florida CILB licensed certified & registered contractors are required to complete 14 hours of mandatory continuing education every two years prior to their license renewal expiration. The $59 14 hr Online Course satisfies all requirements: Laws, Safety, Worksman Comp, Advanced FBC, Wind, Pool Electrical, and Business practices.

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14 Hour Florida Contractor Continuing Education Course #0613199

$140.00 $59.00

Students Completed: 3181

This Course satisfies all 14 Hours of Continuing Education required for Florida Certified Contractors, Registered Contractors, Palm Beach County, & Pinellas County Contractors

Applies to all CILB licensees for renewal and/or reinstatement.
General Contractor (CG/RG),Building Contractor (CB/RB),Residential Contractor (CR/RR),Sheet Metal Contractor (CS/RS),Roofing Contractor (CC/RC),Class A Air-Conditioning Contractor (CA/RA) ,Class B Air-Conditioning Contractor (CA/RA),Class C Air-Conditioning Contractor (CA/RA),Mechanical Contractor (CM/RM),Commercial Pool/Spa Contractor (CP/RP),Residential Pool/Spa Contractor (CP/RP),Swimming Pool/Spa Servicing Contractor (CP/RP),Plumbing Contractor (CF/RF),Underground Utility and Excavation Contractor (CU/RU),Solar Contractor (CV),Pollutant Storage Systems Contractor (PC),Specialty Contractor (SCC)
Records will be Electronically Submitted to the DBPR Daily

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Description

Applies to all CILB licensees for renewal and/or reinstatement.
  • General Contractor (CG/RG)
  • Building Contractor (CB/RB)
  • Residential Contractor (CR/RR)
  • Sheet Metal Contractor (CS/RS)
  • Roofing Contractor (CC/RC)
  • Class A Air-Conditioning Contractor (CA/RA)
  • Class B Air-Conditioning Contractor (CA/RA)
  • Class C Air-Conditioning Contractor (CA/RA)
  • Mechanical Contractor (CM/RM)
  • Commercial Pool/Spa Contractor (CP/RP)
  • Residential Pool/Spa Contractor (CP/RP)
  • Swimming Pool/Spa Servicing Contractor (CP/RP)
  • Plumbing Contractor (CF/RF)
  • Underground Utility and Excavation Contractor (CU/RU)
  • Solar Contractor (CV)
  • Pollutant Storage Systems Contractor (PC)
  • Specialty Contractor (SCC)

Records will be Electronically Submitted to the DBPR Daily

This course covers the required topics and hours of continuing education required for certified and registered contractors specified in F.A.C 61G4-18.001 (2a-2g), listed below.

  1. Specialized or advanced module course approved by the Florida Building Commission
  2. Workplace safety;
  3. Business practices;
  4. Workers’ compensation;
  5. Laws and rules regulating the construction industry;
  6. Wind mitigation methodologies;
  7. Pool electrical requirements.

The remaining hours of the course covers topics stated in F.A.C 61G4-18.001 (3). This includes business practices and workplace safety.

This course consists of 10 interactive lessons covering topics as stated below. Note: Each hour of instruction is 50 minutes.

  • Module 1: Florida Laws & Rules-Recent Changes: 1 Hour
  • Module 2: Florida Workers Compensation System: 2.5 Hours
  • Module 3: Business Practices for Construction Contracting: 2.5 Hours
  • Module 4: Wind Mitigation Methods: 1 Hour
  • Module 5: Workplace Safety – Construction Fall Protection: 1 Hour
  • Module 6: Workplace Safety – Silica Exposure in Construction: 1 Hour
  • Module 7: Workplace Safety – Nail Gun Safety: 1 Hour
  • Module 8: Guide to Government Contracting: 2 Hours
  • Module 9: Pool/Spa Electrical Requirements: 1 Hour
  • Module 10: 2017 Florida Advanced Building Codes Significant Changes: 1 Hour (FBC Approved Course #870.0)

Finish your License Renewal Quickly and Efficiently…

…Using your phone, tablet, or computer

To complete our EZ 14 hour interactive contractor course

Your records are then electronically submitted to DBPR within 48 hours. (Additionally, your records can be accessed anytime on your account as we retain all student records for 10 years)

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Our Mission…

Simple! To give Florida Contractors the Most Efficient and Cost-Effective Means possible to complete their continuing education requirements

 


Florida Contractors FAQ

What is Florida contractor continuing education?

Every two years, certified and registered contractors whom are licensed under the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB), must complete 14 hrs of approved continuing education courses in order to be able to renew their licenses. The 14 hours consists of mandatory hours in (a) Specialized or advanced module course approved by the Florida Building Commission, or the Board; (b) Workplace safety; (c) Business practices; (d) Workers’ compensation; (e) Laws and rules regulating the construction industry; (f) Wind mitigation methodologies.

 

What can Florida DBPR continuing education do for you?

Only approved continuing education through the DBPR and in this case the CILB may be used to satisfy the 14 hrs of continuing education required. Upon completion the Florida DBPR will be notified electronically of the licensee’s completion. The licensee will then be able to renew his or her contractors license with the state of Florida.

 

Its Florida license renewal time, now what?

Take and complete our 14 hour continuing education courses before your license expiration date. This will satisfy your required hours and you will be able to renew your license with the state of Florida for another two years.

Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB)

What is a CEH?

A CEH is a continuing education hour. It is equivalent to one professional development hours. One CEH is 50 minutes hours of educational instruction. For our courses we prefer to use the term professional development hour of more commonly referred as PDH.