[Premium] Oregon Construction Contractor License Training Package
Includes digital access code for online NASCLA manual.
Includes bound textbooks you can keep forever.
Large bank of test questions familiarize you with licensing exam topics.
Video segments highlight important points
The Oregon Construction Contractor License Training Course will prepare the student to become a CCB-licensed construction contractor in Oregon. The course presents all the information a student needs in order to pass the Oregon state contractor licensing exam.
The course is delivered in online video format and includes the NASCLA Contractors Manual (spiral-bound softcover book). Review questions for each major point will enhance memory retention and fully prepare students to take the state exam.
Items will be shipped next business day standard USPS. Most manuals will arrive within 2 to 5 business days.
This package also includes a digital access code to the online NASCLA manual. The online manual can be used for studying while on-the-go, but only the physical NASCLA manual is permitted during the Oregon Contractors licensing exam.
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|Category:||Vocational Training > Contracting > License Training > Oregon|
|Purpose:||Includes digital access code for online NASCLA manual|
|Features:||textbook, practice tests, online video|
14355 SW ALLEN BLVD STE 240,
Portland, OR 97223
Credit Hours Provided: 16
This Oregon construction license course will prepare you to take the Oregon state test to obtain a CCB license to conduct business as a construction contractor.
The Online Presentations of the course are broken up into the same 14 chapters as the NASCLA Contractors Guide. Each chapter contains an audio/video presentation that covers the important points from the material. Reading, hearing, and seeing will help you to remember the material for the licensing exam. MP3 downloads are also available.
You will learn about the following topics:
As you progress through the material, you will be presented with Practice Quizzes and Questions to help you verify that you understand the information covered. Each chapter concludes with an optional practice quiz to assess how well you have learned the material and how prepared you are to pass the state test.
A study time sheet will be required at the end of the 16-hour course to qualify for the completion credit that is required to take the state test. To meet the study time requirement, write down the amount of time you spend reading the NASCLA manual, watching the online videos, and taking the online practice quizzes. Once you have met the 16 hours of study time and submit your time sheet, your eligibility to take the CCB exam will be sent to the CCB's testing provider, PSI Exams.
OnlineEd is proud to announce it has a 94% pass rate on the contractor licensing exam!
Exam applicants are allowed to bring a physical copy of the NASCLA Construction Contractors textbook with them to use as a guide during the state licensing exam. During the exam you will be tested on your knowledge of the NASCLA guide. Students who have the digital version of the NASCLA guide CANNOT use the online version during the licensing exam, because using a mobile or other internet-connected device during the licensing exam is prohibited. It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that you bring your paper copy of the guide with you to the exam.
Note: The NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and Project Management, 2nd Edition cannot be returned or refunded if you purchased a package that includes the textbook. The NASCLA guide will be shipped from OnlineEd next business day standard USPS. Most manuals will arrive within 2 to 5 business days.
If you already have a copy of the NASCLA manual and just want to purchase this course at a discounted price to use as a study guide, please contact our student support specialists at 503-670-9278.
This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.
To provide superior distance education that exceeds industry standards and expectations in course content and delivery methods to those who seek to enter a new profession and those engaged in a profession.