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Continuing Education Classes for Utah Contractors

Are you a Utah contractor seeking CE for certification? Enroll in our Certified CE Courses through our partner, the AGC of Utah, and easily meet your continuing education requirements.

Utah Contractor Continuing Education Courses

We simplify the process of meeting Utah Continuing Education (CE) requirements. Contractors in Utah must complete six Continuing Education hours every two years to maintain their construction licensure. We’ve partnered with AGC of Utah to provide you with the easiest way of meeting these continual requirements.

CE classes cover a range of topics essential for contractors, ensuring compliance with state regulations while enhancing your skills and knowledge in the construction industry.

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Don’t want to schedule online? Register through phone by calling (801) 274-3551.

Understanding CE Requirements in Utah

Continuing Education (CE) requirements must be upheld for any contractor looking to maintain their Utah license. These requirements vary based on the type of contractor license held (see license types here).

The state mandates specific topics that must be covered during Continuing Education classes to ensure contractors stay informed about industry standards and regulations. We break down these requirements in clear and understandable terms, ensuring you always meet state compliance.

St George:

Class is held at AGC Southern Utah 230 North 1680 East Building B1 St. George UT 84790 TIME: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm Address: 1731 S Convention Center Dr., St. George, UT 84790

Salt Lake City:

Class is held at the AGC Headquarters (*MASK Optional*). TIME: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm Address: 2207 S 1070 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84119


Virtual Classroom - an instructor teaching the class. Class is held from 8:30 AM – 3 PM MT.

Special License Requirements for Contractor Certification in Utah:

A new rule change is effective on Sept. 22, 2020. Click here for the new rule documented on the DOPL website.

  • S330 (Landscape and Recreation) and S410 (Boiler, Pipeline, Waste Water, and Water Conditioner) licensees that actively work with and install backflow prevention devices are required to have 2 hours (of their 6 hours of CE) related to backflow preventer installation every renewal cycle.
  • Expanded list of work exempt from licensure (no license required):
    • Sheet tile or vinyl plank flooring
    • Conveyors, or conveyor belts, conveyor systems
    • Dustless blasting
    • Lock-smithing, installation, and repair of door locks, door access systems, door or cabinetry hardware
    • Yurts or membrane-covered frame structures
    • Installation of art or artwork unless it is part of the structural components of the building.
    • Installation of stand-alone solar that does not tie into premise wiring or electrical utility
    • Lawn aeration, fertilizing, power raking, dethatching.
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CE for S330, S350, and S410:

We offer complete class bundles that cover the required hours relating to these license types. 

S330/ S410 CE Course

This course is a combination of a pre-recorded lecture and self-paced videos. It includes two hours of backflow prevention and one hour of energy conservation.

S350 CE Course

This course is a combination of a pre-recorded lecture and self-paced videos. It includes three hours of HVAC training and one hour of energy conservation.

CE for All Other License Types of Utah Contractor Certification:

All other license types have the option of in-person, live webinar, or online classes. We offer multiple in-person and webinar classes every month. Our online Utah Contractor CE classes are self-paced, allowing you to access the material anytime.

AGC of Utah: Your Partner for Contractor CE Certification in Utah

We are a proud partner of the AGC of Utah, a certified Utah CE provider.

Learn from the best! Our Utah continuing education courses are led by industry professionals with real-life experience. They provide in-depth training related to the construction industry and are available to answer any questions you might have along the way.


To promote a better industry for the professionals who build Utah’s Future.


AGC of Utah is dedicated to improving the construction industry by educating the industry to employ the finest skills, promoting the use of the latest technology, and advocating building the best quality projects for owners (public and private).


The Utah AGC fosters the core values of SKILL, INTEGRITY, and RESPONSIBILITY in each of its members and reflects these values in all that it does.