Who Needs Continuing Education?
North Carolina General Statute 87-10.2 states that NC licensed general contractors are required to complete annual continuing education (CE) beginning with 2021 license renewals.
- Eight hours of CE must be completed every year in order to renew a license by at least one qualifier for licensees in the license classifications of Building, Residential and Unclassified.
- For the Unclassified license it shall be the qualifier who has passed the Building examination.
- The 8-hour course requirement includes a mandatory 2-hour course with information about changes in the laws and rules and other content applicable to general contracting.
- The remaining 6 hours will be divided into two- and four-hour elective courses.
Why Choose NCBI?
Outstanding faculty, convenient classes, plentiful course topics to choose from. That’s the NCBI difference.
Our faculty members are local North Carolina builders and subject matter experts with real-world experience. We currently offer more than 60 live virtual classes to make it convenient for general contractors to complete their required 8 hours of CE. Our robust curriculum consists of nine subject tracks offering a wide variety of courses. Students choose topics that are most relevant to them and their business instead of signing up for 8 hours not knowing what to expect.
Complete All 8 Hours In One Day
Every day we offer classes, three consecutive courses are taught consisting of a total of 8 credit hours. However, it’s up to the individual student whether he or she wants to take all eight hours in one day or split it up and only take one or two classes instead of all three.
NCBI conducts our live virtual classes via the Zoom video conferencing tool.