Michigan 60 Hour Prelicense Course
This 2 week, 60 hour builders license course is designed to provide you with the information you will need to know in order to pass the Michigan Builders License Examination OR Maintenance and Alteration Exam. This builders license course is approved by the State of Michigan and satisfies the 60 hour prelicense course requirement. This builders license class is ideal for anyone regardless of experience who is interested in becoming a licensed contractor. Pre-registration for this builders license seminar is required. You may register for this 2 week prelicensing course by calling 1-800-456-4020 or clicking on the Add to Cart button shown above.
The following text books and materials are required for the course:
If you need to purchase the Glencoe Carpentry and Michigan Residential Code books, you can add them to your order by checking the Add box for the Pre-License Carpentry and Code Book Package shown on the left side of this screen under related products. They can also be ordered by calling (800) 456-4020. Text books will be delivered to you at the class.
Construction Association of Michigan
43636 Woodward Ave.
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
NOTE: Class room is located on the first floor.
Monday, August 20th - Thursday, August 30th
Monday - Thursday 8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
I took your 60 hour course online and I purchased your practice test for residential builder and I found both to be very all put together and extremely helpful. I passed my test on my first try. I would recommend you guys to anybody!
Sid was very knowledgeable and willing to give us information that would not only help to pass the test, but become better builders.
The instructor Sid did a great job going over the information and the extras that he gave were very informative. I would definitely recommend this course.
The convenience of doing it at home and not having to take off work, and having a qualified teacher that could relate.
The information about best practice, new technology, and where to get new information and ideas about continued technology. The video portions also helped to reinforce the information received.