Oklahoma HVAC Continuing Education

Our courses are approved with the Oklahoma Construction Industries Board to satisfy your continuing education requirements.

Take the continuing education to renew your OK HVAC license today. All of our courses can be completed At Your Pace Online to help you meet the state's requirements to maintain your license. Once you finish your class you will have an official certificate of completion to save for your records, and we will report your course completion to the state for you.


Oklahoma 2015 Mechanical Code

clock hour icon 6h course

This online course will meet the Oklahoma continuing education requirements for Mechanical Contractors and Mechanical Journeymen.

Our 6 hour course is approved by the OK CIB and includes 6 hours of continuing education on the 2015 International Mechanical Code. We will cover the major changes that were adopted when Oklahoma transitioned from the 2009 IMC to the 2015 IMC.

OK CIB Approval #: 9425-M

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CE Requirements to Renew an OK HVAC License


  • Complete 6 hours of continuing education every 3 years.
  • Obtain, complete, and mail a renewal application to the OK CIB with the appropriate renewal fees and any other required documentation.


If you work in HVAC in Oklahoma, you’re probably familiar with the Oklahoma Construction Industries Board (CIB). They’re the entity that issued your mechanical license — and that you need to work with to keep your license active.

That means taking specific steps to renew your Oklahoma mechanical license at certain times. Here’s exactly what you need to do — including meeting the continuing education requirement — to renew your license on time.  

Due dates for mechanical license renewals

  • Your journeyman or contractor mechanical license renewal comes due every 36 months, or three years.

Keep an eye on your renewal timeline because if you realize it’s due the next day, you’ll probably be hard-pressed to get everything done in time. 

In fact, it might be helpful to mark your calendar for about a month before your renewal is due so you can get the main task done: completing your continuing education (CE). 

Continuing education requirement for OK mechanical licensees

The CIB requires that both journeyman and contractor mechanical licensees take CE during each renewal cycle. This is pretty much the state’s way of making sure you’re staying in the know about best practices, safety protocols, and code updates. 

Fortunately, you don’t need very many hours and you can take them online. Specifically, the CIB requires all mechanical licensees to take six hours of mechanical CE in order to be eligible for license renewal. 

In order for your hours to count toward that requirement, you need to get them from a CIB-approved education provider. Look for their course ID number or approval letter (you can scroll down to see an example of hours) to double-check that any education provider you’re considering has the green light from the CIB. 

When you choose to take your CIB-approved mechanical CE online, you get the freedom to work on your hours whenever you have free time. And you can do them from anywhere you want, provided you have a computer, tablet, or phone with internet. 

Once you finish your course hours, your education provider should report your hours to the CIB for you. 

How to renew your mechanical license

Once you get your CE done, you’re ready to send in the renewal form. Fill it out and include the required renewal fee. It’s:

  • $75 for journeymen ($100 if you’re late)
  • $200 for contractors ($300 if you’re late)

Make your check or money order out to the:

Construction Industries Board

2401 NW 23rd, Suite 2F

Oklahoma City, OK 73107

Send that fee, along with the completed renewal form, to the above address before your renewal due date in order to keep your mechanical license active.

If you’re a journeyman, that’s all you need to do. But if you’re a contractor, you have a few extra steps

Additional to-dos for contractors

Contractors also need to include a copy of the continuing certificate for any bond or insurance that would have expired since their last renewal (remember, you need to maintain a $5,000 bond and $50,000 of commercial general liability insurance at all times).

To be eligible for renewal, contractors also need to make sure they’re aligning with the CIB’s apprentice requirements, meaning they can’t have more than three apprentices under them. And they need to keep their license properly displayed on their vehicles, plus all advertising, contracts, and bids.


Agency Requirements for licensure

Oklahoma State Approval Letters

Janis Hubbard Administrator 

J. Kevin Stitt Governor 

State of Oklahoma Construction Industries Board

November 19, 2020


Mr. / Ms. David Modica 

@ Your Pace Online

1383 2nd Ave

Gold Hill, OR 97527



COURSE TITLE: Oklahoma 6-hour 2015 Mechanical Code CE Class


                 ONLINE, WEB-BASED

DATES:      11/19/2020, 12/1/2021


RE: Continuing Education for Mechanical Contractors and Mechanical Journeymen


Your request for Six (6) hours of continuing education credit covering Oklahoma 6-Hour 2015 Mechanical Code CE Class has been reviewed and approved. This course will meet the Oklahoma requirements of continuing education over the code for each Mechanical contractor or Mechanical journeyman attending this seminar. 



Gary Kirk 

Mechanical Program Supervisor