There’s no argument that you must take a certain number of continuing education courses in order to have your general contractor’s license renewed on an annual basis. Though the number of courses varies from state to state—and some states don’t even require licensing—it’s a given that at some point in the year, you’re going to have to take these courses.
Each year, most states in the country require a contractor to take a certain number of continuing education courses in order to qualify for license renewal. Here in North Carolina, you’re required to take eight hours worth of courses: two hours are for a mandatory course that covers new laws and regulations, while the remaining six hours are for classes
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