The Georgia Construction Industry Licensing Board consists of five divisions: the Division of Conditioned Air Contractors, Division of Electrical Contractors, Division of Low Voltage Contractors, Division of Master and Journeyman Plumbers, and Division of Utility Contractors.
Persons holding a conditioned air contractor license, electrical contractor license, or plumber license must complete at least 4 hours per year of instruction related to their profession.
Below are details and links to the continuing education rules for specific trades. The links are to PDF files located on the Georgia Secretary of State Web site.
Continuing Education Requirements for Georgia Conditioned Air Contractors (Rule 121-4-.05)
"Continuing education courses shall be in the areas related to conditioned air contracting concerning safety, technological advances, business management, or government regulations."
Continuing Education for Georgia Master and Journeyman Plumbers. Amended (Rule 121-4-.06)
"Continuing education courses shall be in the areas of plumbing installation, design, state codes, products, innovations or new techniques, tools and materials, safety, or work related legal issues. Courses for master plumbers also may be in the areas of environmental or business issues."
Continuing Education for Georgia Electrical Contractors (Rule 121-4-.07)
"Continuing education courses shall be in the area related to electrical contracting as prescribed by the division."
Currently the Georgia Construction Industry Licensing Board does not approve individual providers or courses. In the course descriptions below (accessed by clicking on the course title), you will see approval numbers from other state Boards where the course is also offered.
If you have any questions about course selection, our online course delivery system or Georgia requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us at (800) 576-4341.