North Carolina General Contractor
Annual Continuing Education (CE) Requirements
you must complete eight (8) hours of continuing education by November 30 each year
Two (2) Hour Mandatory Update Course
Six (6) Hours of CE Elective Courses
we offer financial aid for our CE Elective courses through Shop Pay Installments.
Self Paced Online CE
Self paced courses will expire 30 days from the purchase date or on November 30th, whichever is sooner.
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Sign up for both of our CE Electives this year and save!
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Top 10 OSHA Violations for General Contractors
This course is a review of the top 10 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) violations by general contractors. We will specifically look at the top 10 construction violations in North Carolina.
Building Automation Essentials for General Contractors
This course is a review of how automation works, the many applications and drawbacks of smart home technology, and how automation is impacting the construction and real estate industries.
2 Hour Mandatory Course
Note: This course is offered through our Distance Education Partner NCGC Training.
You must use the coupon code below when signing up in order to pay the advertised price of $55, otherwise the course retails for $65.
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2022 NCLBGC 2-Hour Mandatory Course
Students will review current law, regulations, rules and statutory terminology used by the NCLBGC. Students will also participate in a practical exercise in the application of knowledge they learned and understood during the course.
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How to Sign Up for the Mandatory Course
trouble signing up for the Mandatory Course? the video below can help!
Note: The Mandatory Course is offered through a different learning management system than our elective courses. If you already have an account for our elective courses, you will need to make a new account in the NCGC System to sign up for the Mandatory Course.
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