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CCB Rule Changes Lower Continuing Education Costs

The CCB is changing their submission process effective July 1, 2017. Contractors will no longer be subject to a $15 an hour up charge for CCB laws, regulations and business practices courses. Since residential contractors who are not exempt must take these courses each two-year licensing period, they will save $45 per license cycle.

Also effective July 1, 2017, schools providing continuing education no longer have to pay $4 per student hour in Series A upload fees. Builders License Training Institute is excited to pass these savings on to you by removing the $4 upload fee from each affected course starting July 1st. All Oregon contractors must complete 5 hours of Series A continuing education each two-year cycle. The removal of a submission fee will save $20 per license cycle.

RENEWING AN OREGON CONTRACTORS LICENSE

  1. Complete your state required continuing education.
    3 hours of CCB are only available through the state.
    Series A & B Courses are available online here.
  2. Complete the renewal form you will receive from the CCB 6-8 weeks before your license expiration or renew your license online.

 REQUIRED CONTINUING EDUCATION

CONTRACTORS LICENSED LESS THAN 6 YEARS CONTRACTORS LICENSED MORE THAN 6 YEARS
3 credit hours: CCB Laws, Regulations & Business Practices
5 credit hours: Series A
8 credit hours: Series A or B
3 credit hours: CCB Laws, Regulations & Business Practices
5 credit hours: Series A
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16 credit hours: Total 8 credit hours: Total

1-800-727-7104
info@traininginstitutesedu.com

 

 

 

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