Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How are my hours reported to the state? Effective September 1, 2001, we, as providers of continuing education, are required to electronically submit to the State the names, license numbers, courses taken and the dates of attendance of all contractors who attend continuing education classes. This information must be transmitted within thirty (30) business days of satisfactory completion of the class.
Q: What does this mean and how will it affect me? All providers of C.E. are required to upload a database of class participants within thirty (30) business days to DBPR’s website. Contractors who fail to meet the C.E. requirements will not be allowed to renew their licenses.
Q: What is the deadline for my C.E. hours? The deadline for certified contractors to complete their continuing education and renew their license(s) is August 31, 2008; for registered contractors to complete their continuing education and renew their license(s) is August 31, 2009.Q: When and where are the courses given? The courses are given all over the state of Florida. If we do not have a course in your area convenient to your schedule, you can always take your continuing education online at our web site. From the convenience of your own home or office, you can work on your continuing education hours. The class is approved for the CILB license.
Q: How long is the course? Continuing Education Courses are 7 hours long. (7 - 50 minute hours.) Unfortunately, we can not give partial credit for the courses because they are approved by the Licensing Boards for 7 hours. We do offer 1 hour courses over the internet.Q: Why should I choose you? We are one of the oldest sponsors and teach “real-life” business building information for hands-on experience. No fluff or garbage. You will learn powerful information that you’ll be able to implement and improve your business with immediately. Plus, we offer a guarantee!