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Whether you’re an electrician, a plumber, a contractor, a gasfitter, or an HVAC or elevator professional, the odds are high that your state requires you to take some sort of continuing education (CE) on a periodic basis It’s your state’s way of making sure you’re up to date on the latest best practices and industry regulations.Read more
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) says good things about the plumber job outlook in the coming years In fact, they expect to see 14% growth in the trade, much faster than the average growth in other industries.Read more
If you’re endeavoring to earn a contractor’s license, you probably have some idea that you can make at least decent money with your new credential And that’s definitely the case, although the amount you can expect to earn depends on your location, your expertise level, and your trade.Read more
The Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors (LSLBC) oversees residential, commercial, and mold remediation licenses, as well as home improvement registrations Within each of those license categories, they lay out specific requirements for their licensees, including some continuing education (CE) requirements.Read more
As an HVAC professional in the state of Alabama, you get your license through the Alabama Board of Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Contractors And that Board lays out some requirements in order for you to maintain your license.Read more