*NOTE FOR S330, S410 & S350*
- S330 Landscape and Recreation Contractors and S410 Boiler, Pipeline, Waste Water, and Water Conditioner contractor classification includes installation of a backflow prevention device provided that the contractor completes at least 2 hours (of their 6 hours of CE) related to backflow preventer installation every renewal cycle.
- S350 HVAC Contractors must take 3 hours (of their 6 hours of CE) which is directly related to the installation, repair, or replacement of a heating, ventilation, or air conditioning system. These three hours may be either Core or Professional hours.
Utah Contractor Continuing Education
Utah requires that all contractors, electricians, and plumbers complete continuing education. Below are a few common questions. Our advisors are standing by to help you make sense of the CE requirements in Utah. Call us today: 801-274-3551
Continuing Education FAQ’s
Do I need to complete contractor continuing education courses?
All licensed contractors are required to complete continuing education courses to renew their contractor’s license.
How many continuing education hours do I need to complete?
You must complete a total of 6 continuing education hours. This includes 3 hours of professional continuing education and 3 hours of core continuing education. These continuing education courses must be state approved.
Can I do my hours online?
The state no longer allows contractors to do all of their hours online. Now at least three hours must be done in person. Instructor led webinars do count as live courses, check our list of classes to see when our next webinar will be held.
When do I need to have my continued education courses completed?
Utah license renewal for this cycle ends November 30, 2021.
You are required to have your continuing education completed for your renewal by the deadline every odd year, 2021, 2023, etc.