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Contractor Pre-Licensing Certification

In lieu of passing the residential building trade exam, a contractor may take an approved course from a state community college.

image Limited Residential (BC-A/r)

BCA/r contractors are authorized to bid on and contract for construction, remodel, repair, or improvement of a single family dwelling. The monetary limit assigned cannot exceed $125,000.

Construction Exam Prep

A contractor's license is required for any project above $25,000. To become a licensed contractor, 2 exams must be passed: Business and Law as well as a Trade.

image Residential/ Commercial/ Industrial Exam Review

The “BC” classification requires a combined BC exam that covers all areas of contracting listed below for Residential, Commercial and Industrial building.

image Residential Exam Review

Residential building contractors are those whose services are limited to construction, remodeling, repair, or improvement of one, two, three, or four family unit residences, not exceeding three stories in height and accessory use structures in connection therewith.

image Commercial Exam Review

Commercial building contractor is authorized to bid on and contract for the construction, erection, alteration, repair or demolition of any building or structure for use and occupancy by the general public, including residential construction with more than four (4) units or greater than three (3) stories in height.

image Residential/ Small Commercial Exam Review

The “BC-A, b” classification requires a combined exam that covers all areas of contracting listed below for Residential, and Small Commercial.

image Residential/ Commercial Exam Review

The “BC-A, B” classification requires a combined exam that covers all areas of contracting listed below for Residential, and Commercial.

image Small Commercial Exam Review

A small commercial building contractor is authorized to bid on and contract for the construction, erection, alteration, repair or demolition of any building or structure for use and occupancy by the general public, the total cost of which does not exceed $750,000.00.

image Commercial/ Industrial Exam Review

The “BC-B, C” classification requires a combined exam that covers all areas of contracting listed below for Commercial and Industrial building.

image Business and Law

The “Tennessee Business and Law” exam is required by ALL new license applicants, (except for BC-A/r), in addition to any applicable “Trade” Exam which may be needed to obtain many classifications such as: Building (Residential, Commercial and Industrial); Electrical; Mechanical (Plumbing, and HVAC)

image Plumbing Exam Review

A licensed plumber in Tennessee can perform all aspects of plumbing, utility connections, irrigation systems, as well as gas piping to water heaters, laundry equipment, kitchen equipment, gas grills, and swimming pool heaters.

image Electrical Exam Review

An electrical contractor services include low voltage, fire detection, sign wiring, and all residential, commercial and industrial building or structural wiring.

image HVAC Exam Review

A HVAC/Refrigeration license enables a contractor to perform all aspects of heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, ductwork, ventilation, as well as gas piping to any heating apparatus or to appliances.

image Mechanical Exam Review

This is a broad license that covers HVAC, Refrigeration, Gas Piping, Plumbing, Solar HVAC, Process Piping, Sprinklers and Fire Protection, Insulation of HVAC Systems, Pollution Control, Pneumatic Tube Systems, Pneumatic Temperature Control, Boiler Construction and Repair.

Continuing Education

image Auctioneer Continuing Education

Approved by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Regulation, Tennessee Auctioneers are required to complete an annual course of continuing education prior to each renewal. This course is approved and accepted for all Auctioneers, Apprentice Auctioneers, Gallery Licensees, and Non-auctioneer Firm Owners.

image Water Operator Continuing Education

This course has been approved by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Water and Wastewater Certification Board. Water treatment 1 and 2 licenses require 6 hours of continuing education. Water treatment 3 and 4 licenses require 12 hours of continuing education.

image 24 Hr Engineering PDH Package

Professional development hours are an important part of maintaining your licensing requirements, keeping your knowledge current and advancing your professional skills. Your continued education and refining professional skills is the best way to advance your career.

HAZWOPER Certification and Renewal

image HAZWOPER 8 Hr Refresher Course

This course is accepted for completing your annual renewal requirement. The course fully meets the requirements of OSHA CFR 1910.120. To take this course, you must have completed the prerequisite 24 or 40 Hour HAZWOPER Course.

image HAZWOPER 40 Hour Certification

Our 40 hour HAZWOPER training is designed to ensure workers know the proper procedure when dealing with hazardous materials, know proper emergency response methods and understand the necessary safety procedures..

image HAZWOPER 24 Hour Certification

Our HAZWOPER training is designed to ensure workers know the proper procedure when dealing with hazardous materials, know proper emergency response methods and understand the necessary safety procedures.

Limited Licenses

image Limited Licensed Electrican

This license covers electrical work under $25,000 per job. Those who work in counties having a codes office, which performs their own inspections (such as Davidson, Hamilton, Knox, Shelby, etc.), licensing and testing, the LLE is not accepted.

image Limited Licensed Plumbers

This license covers plumbing work under $25,000 per job. Those who work in counties having a codes office, which performs their own inspections (such as Davidson, Hamilton, Knox, Shelby, etc.), licensing and testing, the LLP is not accepted.

Other Online Courses

image Spanish for Contractors

This course is designed to help you communicate with employees or potential client for whom Spanish is their primary language.