Florida law requires successful completion of 14 CEU hours of CILB Board-approved construction continuing education courses every two years for both certified and registered contractors. At least 1 hour must deal with workplace safety, 1 hour on the subject of worker’s compensation, 1 hour on business practices, 1 hour on rules and laws and 1 hour on a Florida Advanced Building Code module and 1 hour of wind mitigation methodology for general, building, residential and roofing contractors, and 1 hour of pool electrical requirements for all pool licensed contractors.

Contractors Education & Training Corporation’s courses SATISFY the CILB 14-hour contractors continuing education requirements for registered and certified contractors and we REPORT all earned Florida continuing education credits to the state.

Registered contractors licensed through Miami Dade County are required to have two additional hours of construction continuing education. Contractors Education & Training Corporation has a 16-hour construction seminar approved by Miami Dade County and the extra two hours are about the Miami Dade County Code. Learn how to be in compliance with local law and avoid problems that so many unknowing licensees have had to deal with at a roadside checkpoint!

Florida contractor requirements make it necessary for you to take a construction continuing education class. Make your educational experience one worth your time. Our class is engaging, interesting and convenient!