Contractor License Courses in Oregon

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We offer the lowest-cost CCB approved contractor continuing education courses and the lowest-cost CCB Pre License course.

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We provide the lowest-cost CCB approved contractor continuing education courses and the lowest cost CCB Pre License course. $30 for ALL 5 hours of our 5-hour course, $50 for ALL 8 hours of our 8-hour course, and $75 for ALL 13 hours of our 13-hour course. If you need 16-hour pre-license training / 16-hour pre-license education, the cost of our 16-hour pre-license training course is only $23. You will need to also purchase the NASCLA Oregon Contractors Guide to Business, Law, and Project Management. Once our course is completed, you will be able to sign up for the test on the PSI website.

The online courses are CCB approved for Oregon contractors. Best of all, you can complete your Oregon CCB contractor continuing education or pre-license courses completely online from the convenience of your home, and at your own pace. You can also get your Oregon CCB continuing education credits from a compatible mobile device.

While our courses are the lowest-cost CCB approved courses, we know that you aren’t just looking for the cheapest option to meet your CCB requirements. Our online contractor continuing ed courses and pre-license courses provide Oregon contractors with the training to prepare to take the contractors test and the CE training they need for contractor license renewal, while also covering important business and risk management topics.

Streamlined and At-Your-Pace CCB Pre-License and Continuing Education

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Oregon Construction Contractors Board Approved

The courses have been approved by the CCB.

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100% Online

Our classes are entirely online. You can complete them on your computer or mobile device.

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Mobile Friendly

Compatible with most Android and IOS mobile devices.

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Print Your Certificate

You will be provided with a printable certificate once your course is completed.

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Select from our Courses

16-Hour CCB Contractor
Pre-License Course

5-Hour CCB Business Practices for Contractors – Course A Continuing Education
5-Hour CCB Business Practices for Contractors – Course B Continuing Education
8-Hour CCB Business Practices for Contractors – Course A Continuing Education
8-Hour CCB Business Practices for Contractors – Course B Continuing Education
13-Hour CCB Business Practices for Contractors Continuing Education

Required pre-license training

To obtain a CCB license, you must:

Be at least 18 years old.

Complete at least 16 hours of training on law and business practices from an approved education provider and pass the Oregon exam.

The person who takes the training and passes the test is the Responsible Managing Individual (RMI) for the license. The RMI must be an owner or employee of the business and manage or supervise its construction activities.

A license must always have a RMI. If your RMI leaves, notify the CCB immediately. You must replace the former RMI with someone:

Who has passed the test or

Someone who has served as an RMI within the last 24 months.

CCB Continuing Education Requirements

Residential Contractors:

Unless exempt, residential contractors need the following continuing education every two year license period:

Year LicensedRequired Hours Taught by CCBRequired Approved CoursesTotal Hours Required
8 years or more3 hours5 hours8
Less than 6 years3 hours13 hours16

Commercial Contractors:

Contractors licensed for both commercial and residential work are subject only to the commercial continuing education requirements.

1. The Commercial Contractor Education must be taken by key employees of the business. A key employee is an owner or employee who is the following:

  • Corporate officer
  • Manager
  • Superintendent
  • Foreperson
  • Lead person
  • Any other person who supervises construction activities

2. Commercial Contractor Education may be obtained by one employee or by multiple key employees. The total number of hours required depends on how many key employees the business has. The following CCE hours are required for each two-year licensing period:

License Type# of Key EmployeesHours Required
Commercial Contractor Level 1• 5 or more
• 4
• 3
• 2
• 1
• 80
• 64
• 48
• 32
• 16
Commercial Contractor Level 2Any of the # Key Employees32

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