Do I have to take Contractor Classes?
An individual who is looking to obtain a contractor license is not required to take any classes. We recommend them due to both the complexity of the test and the volume of content involved. Unlike a real estate license, you are not required to show a given number of class hours before you have taken the exam. If the individual passes the exam, you do not have to prove to the State how you did. Classes to help you prepare are very popular, though most individuals find it necessary. The number of books you are required to obtain, depending on the license, could be overwhelming. Also, the complexity of the questions would be another reason why a lot of Individuals look for exam prep classes.
Exam Prep Classes
At Contractor Campus we offer Courses online to help you prepare yourself to pass the exams for trade and business. Our courses are designed for you to work at your own pace; you also have unlimited access to the study material. The study material consists of Lecture videos, Layout studies, and Practice exams. You can start studying your online courses on the same day you register. We also have in-person classes which are refresher classes given to our students. These classes are offered in Tampa, Miami, Jacksonvile, Orlando, Fort Myers, and Fort Lauderdale. Below you will see different classes for those licenses.
- General Contractor Class
- Building Contractor Class
- Residential Contractor Class
- Business and Finance (Construction)
- Master Electrical Contractor
- Business and Law (Electrical)
If you are looking for a different license, please visit Florida Contractor Licenses
For more information on Online and In-Person General Contractor Classes visit our page General Contractor (FL) Classes Online and In Person