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Two Hour Building Code Course
This 2 hour course on Oregon building codes is approved by the CCB and will satisfy the CCB's mandatory core requirements on Oregon Building Codes.
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13 Hour Continuing Education Package
This package is approved by the CCB and includes BEST, Building Codes and eight hours of electives. Along with the CCB's LRB courses, this class will satisfy the State requirements for all of your CCB continuing education needs.
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Residential contractors must complete 16 hours of continuing education during the two year license period. The 16 hours break down as follows:
Steps to obtain your mandatory residential contractor continuing education:
CE may be obtained by one key employee or by multiple key employees. The total number of hours required depends on the contractor's endorsement level and how many key employees the business had on the date of the previous license issue or reissue.
Commercial General and Specialty level 2 contractors must take 32 CE hours.
Commercial General and Specialty level 1 contractors have various requirements that are based on number of employees. Click here for details.
Steps to obtain your mandatory residential continuing education requirements: