With our comprehensive course options, we make passing the Contractors License Exam easy.
We offer comprehensive options for people trying to study for the contractors licensing test. Our In-School Live Program and Do-It-Yourself Program are specifically tailored to fit your existing schedule.
Preparing for the contractors license exam can be a very difficult process. Between work and the daily grind, you need to find study materials, make time to prepare, and correctly fill out the proper applications—and that’s before you even take the examination.
Contractors License Resource Group takes pride in clearing up the clutter and making the process as simple as possible. CLRG’s contractors state license school provides you with the best tools and resources in order to pass the state license exam the very first time.
Sign up with CLRG and join the 99% of students who passed the Contractors State Licensing Exam!
Our most thorough contractors license course program is the in-school option. It includes unlimited school use, test prep, and personal weekly communication from a school director.
This option provides the best tools for your success on the examination. It also helps you connect with other future contractors, creating networks for a stronger business.
This contractors license class presents you with the opportunity to personally interact with experts in various contractor-related fields.
Life is busy. Between bids, jobs, and the hustle and bustle of daily life,
making time for study and class work can feel like another full time job.
That’s why CLRG offers the flexibility of at home study as one of its many
course options. Choosing this option allows students the ability to study
from the comforts of home and on their own time.
Just because it’s called the at home study doesn’t mean you’re alone. We
provide weekly reminders and encouragement. Our directors and
consultants are always available for help and guidance on a variety of
topics, like the enrollment process, the examination, and even beyond.
From marketing to management, Contractors License Resource Group’s seminars strengthen your skill set as a contractor and increase the tools available for you to grow your business and increase your earning potential.
Stacking or adding multiple contractor classifications to your original license is an effective way to expand your business potential and attract a larger customer base. Contractors License Resource Group offers unlimited school use, trade study material, and assists you on additional license applications.
The Contractors State Licensing Board (CSLB) considers 43 Trade Classifications, plus Limited Specialties. While one trade is no more or less essential than the next, it’s very important that you obtain trade certifications that you can apply to your current specialization.
There are three types of trades: General, Specialty, and Limited Specialty. General includes two types of trades, General A Engineering and General B Building. There are 41 combined Specialty and Limited Specialty Trades under the C and C61 Trades, which include the D Trade categories. There are different requirements for each Trade type, so working with an experienced school to learn what you need is crucial.
D Trade Categories
Specialty and Limited Specialty