Contractors State License Board (CSLB)® Exam Preparation
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Want to become a building contractor? This course helps the tradesperson in the construction industry prepare for the Law test and Math questions within the state contractors licensing exam, as well as receive OSHA 10HR certification.
What you can learn.
- Recognize the law related topics governing all contractors and enforced by the CA CSLB
- Define essential Business Management topics
- Receive exam guidance on your particular trade specialty
- Comprehend the CSLB exam application requirements that apply to almost all states
- Gain test-taking strategies and skills
About this course:
Taught live by a qualified and experienced instructor, this course offers the curriculum to prepare construction tradespersons to take the Contractors State License Board (CSLB)® exam and become building contractors. The curriculum includes a complete coverage of the License Law—including ethics, contracts, labor, administrative law, business formation—as well as a complete review of construction Math with practice questions and test taking skills. As part of this course, students will receive their formal OSHA 10HR training certification card. The instructor also will guide students through the requirements and the application process to apply for their Contractor’s License exam (A, B or C).
Upon completeing this course, you will receive the OSHA 10HR certification card.
While this course will focus only on the Contractor’s Law and Math portions of the exam, the individual trades can be discussed during the course with the instructor.
For more information on CSLB® licensing as well as the exam application requirements for the “work” and “education” hours (apprenticeship, journeymen, vocational education, 2-4 year degrees, or any combination thereof), refer to the Department of Consumer Affairs Contractors State License Board at cslb.ca.gov prior to enrolling in this course. Please note that this course satisfies the “education” portion only. The “work” experience hours come from the background and individual experiences unique to each student, independent of this course.