Residential building contractor and residential remodeler licensees in Minnesota are required to complete 14 hours of Department of Labor and Industry-approved continuing education. Each license is active for a 2-year period that always ends on March 31. Included in the 14 credit hours, during each reporting period, every licensee must complete and report one hour of CE relating to energy codes or energy conservation measures applicable to residential buildings. To learn more about license renewal, visit our MN Continuing Education Requirements page.
Our contractor training school has a wide range of approved classes to meet your continuing education requirements and renew your contractor license. All of our Minnesota Contractor CE courses are approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for residential contractor and residential remodeler continuing education. We have classes available at more than 20 locations throughout Minnesota, making it easy and convenient to keep your license up to date. Each of our live CE courses is developed and presented by experts in the industry. This means each student can expect an engaging classroom environment with dynamic discussions and real-world examples.
Kaplan provides one hour of energy efficiency in all of its Residential Building, Contractor, and Remodeler continuing education courses, except the Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair, and Painting Program (RRP) one-day certification course designed by the federal EPA. Contractors using the Kaplan-provided RRP class for their continuing education are offered a separate one-hour Energy Hour course, free of charge, so that they meet the minimum biannual education requirements set by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry.
Are you looking to renew your Wisconsin contractor’s license? Many of our courses are also approved for Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor Qualifier continuing education. Visit the WI Contractor CE page for a list of these courses.