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What schools offer contractor licensing?

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Educational institutions that prepare students to take their contractor licensing exams are Central Piedmont Community College, CamTech School of Construction and Kaplan Contractor Education in Minnesota. These institutions provide either online or on-site classes, and some also link to registration forms for their individual states' contractor licensing exams.

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Central Piedmont Community College provides links to course schedules and online registration. As of 2015, available courses include residential blueprint reading and estimating and home methods and materials. As of the same date, available exam reviews are available for the residential general contractor, commercial general contractor, electrical contractor and professional home inspection exams. Students can take the program alone or as part of a group.

The CamTech School of Construction's program prepares students to take the State of Florida Certified Contractor's License exam. As of 2015, the preparation course is available three times a year on weekends. Classes are individualized and include home study course books. The school also offers a free licensing information seminar at various locations throughout Florida.

Kaplan Contractor Education offers practice for those taking the Minnesota Contractor License Exam through its How to Pass the Minnesota Contractor Exam and other courses. Courses divide into live classroom exam preparation or home-study exam preparation.

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