In order to become licensed as a Contractor (Class A, Class B, or Class C), applicants must complete eight hours of pre-license education. For Class A and Class B applicants, the pre-license education must be completed by a member of responsible management or the designated employee. For Class C applicants, a member of responsible management must complete the pre-license education. Pre-license education is required for all new contractor licenses, and is a separate requirement from the Class A and Class B examinations.
The pre-license education course is a basic business course that covers relevant regulations, statutes, and requirements that are necessary for every business owner. The course is not specific to any particular classification or specialty. A Board-approved advanced contractor class will also meet the requirements for the pre-license education course.
Our 8 hour business class A/B course is designed to fully prepare you to take and pass your contractors business exam. We provide the main book you will want/need in this course. We also provide the links to any other reference material you may need. This course includes:
- NASCLA contractors guide book
- Part 1 - Virginia Portion (Rules and Regulations)
- Part 2 - General Portion
- Part 3 - Advanced Portion
- Links to obtain the optional books
- Examination information