These courses give you CEH credit towards you LCB license. If you also have a CCB license these classes will count towards your CE with the CCB.

Price $15.00  

 This  class covers topics that you should know before deciding what business entity to change to and what may be  the best steps to successfully make the change. 

Price:$15.00
This fast paced 1 hour course is designed for the current active contractor to see how wood framing span tables are used in 1 & 2 Family Dwellings.  These tables are part of the 2011 Oregon Residential Specialty Code (ORSC).
The student will learn the criteria to use these tables such as what are dead loads, live loads, lumber size & grade, and deflection criteria.
Those contractors who are licensed with the CCB and LCB this course counts towards both for Continuing Education. The CCB classes this as a  Series A course.

Price:$15.00
This is a 
Series A Course for your continuing education. What you should know about Commercial General Liability Insurance  class covers topics like:  the three parts of the policy, what is included and excluded, and what to look out for in your policy.

Those contractors who are licensed with the CCB and LCB this course counts towards both for Continuing Education. The CCB classes this as a  Series A course.

Price $20.00  

This class covers topics that may help you decide whether a person is an employee or an independent contractor. For example,  will you have to pay Workers/Comp. if they get injured on your job site?

Price:$20.00
This class is Oregon Residential Specialty Building Code New Building Code Changes for CCB Contractors

Price:$20.00
This is 
a two hour course designed to help the student understand safety requirements and apply that information, as well as to identify possible safety hazards on the job site. This course will provide an overview of; use of hand tools, fall protection, personal protective equipment and more. 

Price:$40.00
The Company Policy  class covers topics like, Why you need one, Employee Benefits, Conduct and Privacy in the Work place, Discipline to Discharge, Hiring, etc... 

Price:$40.00
This fast paced 5 hour course is designed for the current active contractor to see how basic foundation systems and wood framing span tables are used in 1 & 2 Family Dwellings.  These tables are part of the 2011 Oregon Residential Specialty Code (ORSC).
The student will learn the criteria to use these tables. The student will understand what are dead loads, live loads, lumber size & grade, and deflection criteria.

Price:$79.00
Finally, a class that takes each code; building, electrical, fire,mechanical, and plumbing and shows how each one is affected by the other. 

The Building code has over 100 electrical items listed in this code and not in the electrical code. The mechanical code has 4 codes functioning simultaneously when a fire/smoke damper is installed; which code takes the lead when this happens? This class will let you know what code call to make. This class answers the Oregon Administrative Rule question "Other Codes the Effect electrical installations" we will tell you what those other codes are.