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Contractor Campus GUARANTEES your success! You can attend any of our classroom or online classes for as long as you need until you pass your exams. We offer classes on the weekends and during the week, in the morning, afternoon, and evenings. We also give you access to our eCampus, where you can have unlimited access to practice questions from all the books used during your exams. +++ Classroom classes are held in Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, and Fort Myers and students may attend any of these regularly scheduled classes. Online classes are instructor-led and are available for to all students Mon-Fri from 8:30 to 10:00 AM, 2:00 to 3:30 PM, and 7:30 to 9:00 PM +++

Florida General Contractor License

  A General contractor means a contractor whose services are unlimited as to the type of work which he or she may do, who may contract for any activity requiring licensure under this part, and who may perform any work requiring licensure under this part, except as otherwise expressly provided in s. 489.113.  

Courses

 

Florida General (Contract Administration) Contractor Course
 

Course Description: This course can be taken through morning, afternoon, and evening classes, every week. You will be able to choose from all available times and dates at the time of your registration (first come, first served).  Once you register for the course, you will be contacted to set up your training sessions according to your schedule. The subjects covered in this training will reflect material specific to this exam (no generic material). You can access the live classes from any computer and talk to your professor (one-on-one) in real time. You will also receive access to practice questions and training material to complete before taking the exam, after the live training sessions. An email with all instructions will be sent to the student’s email address, immediately after registration. Please continue scrolling down this page for a detailed list of books and subjects involved in this exam. 

$299.50

 

Florida General (Project Management) Contractor Course
 

Course Description: This course can be taken through morning, afternoon, and evening classes, every week. You will be able to choose from all available times and dates at the time of your registration (first come, first served).  Once you register for the course, you will be contacted to set up your training sessions according to your schedule. The subjects covered in this training will reflect material specific to this exam (no generic material). You can access the live classes from any computer and talk to your professor (one-on-one) in real time. You will also receive access to practice questions and training material to complete before taking the exam, after the live training sessions. An email with all instructions will be sent to the student’s email address, immediately after registration. Please continue scrolling down this page for a detailed list of books and subjects involved in this exam. 

$299.50

 

Florida Business and Finance (Construction) Course
 

Course Description: This course can be taken through morning, afternoon, and evening classes, every week. You will be able to choose from all available times and dates at the time of your registration (first come, first served).  Once you register for the course, you will be contacted to set up your training sessions according to your schedule. The subjects covered in this training will reflect material specific to this exam (no generic material). You can access the live classes from any computer and talk to your professor (one-on-one) in real time. You will also receive access to practice questions and training material to complete before taking the exam, after the live training sessions. An email with all instructions will be sent to the student’s email address, immediately after registration. Please continue scrolling down this page for a detailed list of books and subjects involved in this exam. 

$299.00

Exams

 Do not take your exam or sign up for it before getting your books and studying for it!

 

  General Contract Administration Exam

 
Types of Questions:   Multiple Choice.  
Testing Method:   Open book  
Number of questions:   60                                                           
Subjects Involved:  

-Preconstruction Activities

-Project Contracts

-Obtaining Licenses, Permits and Approvals

-Construction Procedures and Operations

 

 

 

  General Project Mangement Exam

 
Types of Questions:   Multiple Choice.  
Testing Method:   Open book  
Number of questions:   60                                                       

Subjects Involved:

                                        

 

-Construction Methods, Materials, Tools, and Equipment

-Safety

-Reading Plans and Specifications

 

 

 

 Business Procedures Exams 

 
Types of Questions:   Multiple Choice.  
Testing Method:   Open Book  
Number of questions:   120  
Subjects Involved:  

-Establishing the Contracting Business

-Managing Administrative Duties

-Managing Trade Operations

-Conducting Accounting Functions

-Managing Human Resources

-Complying with Government Regulations

 

 

Books Set

 

General Books

Florida A201, A401, A701, Builder's Guide to Accounting and Florida Contractors Manual are required for both the business and the trade exams.

 

r533
A201 General Conditions of the Contract for Construction

Establishes the contractual relationship between the owner and the general contractor in a construction project. Read more >>

$15.23

 

 

r62
A401 Standard Form of Agreement between Contractor Subcontractor

Establishes the contractual relationship between the Contractor and the Sub-Contractor in a construction project. Read more >>

$15.23

 

 

r77
A701, Instructions for Bidders

This contract document is used when competitive bids are to be solicited for construction of the project. It also provides instructions on procedures, including bonding requirements for bidders to follow in preparing and submitting their bids. Read more >>

$12.60

 

 

r67
Builder's Guide to Accounting

A step-by-step guide for setting up and maintaining records for a construction business. It is a practical, newly-revised guide to all accounting methods showing how to meet state and federal accounting requirements. Read more >>

$39.05

 

 

r698
Building Estimator's Reference Book

This book is recognized worldwide as the authoritative source for comprehensive cost estimating information. It contains detailed construction cost data, reference tables, charts, and diagrams for quick reference plus detailed explanations of all possible variables affecting job costs. Read more >>

$104.95

 

 

r845
CFR (OSHA) Tile 29 Part 1926 (1903, 1904, 1910 excerpts)

In this text, specifically written for construction industry compliance, you will be able to find all the information needed to meet OSHA standards. In addition to a complete collection of Part 1926 regulations for the construction industry, the book also contains Part 1903 on Inspections, Citations, and Penalties; Part 1904 concerning Recording and Reporting Occupational Illnesses and Injuries; and relevant selections from Part 1910 for General Industry. Read more >>

$54.99

 

 

r1384
Florida Contractor's Manual

This book includes many of the aspects of operating a business related to the construction industry and shows everything there is to know about the proper way to file taxes; what insurance to carry; how to manage daily accounts, and how, when, and why to file a paperwork for a lien. It includes excerpts from the entire sections of Federal Codes, State Statutes, local ordinances, and the administrative rules related to all of the above. Read more >>

$140.00

 

 

r104
Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures

This book talks about the properties of concrete as related to concrete construction, including strength and durability. All ingredients in different types of concrete are reviewed for their optimal use in designing and setting concrete mixtures. Read more >>

$102.25

 

 

genericbook715
Placing Reinforcing Bars

This book can answer hundreds of questions like: how many standard sizes of reinforcing bars are now being rolled; what are stirrups and why are they used; why are column spirals used, and related issues. Read more >>

$87.95

 

 

r257
Principles and Practices of Commercial Construction

Provides an overview of the methods, equipment, and materials used in the construction of large commercial buildings, making it an excellent source of general illustrated information. Read more >>

$120.75

 

 

genericbook48
Specifications for the Application and Finishing of Gypsum Panel Products, GA-216

This illustrated book gives recommendations for the proper installation and finishing of gypsum board, including related accessories, over a variety of substrates and framing. Read more >>

$17.05

 

 

r113
Energy Efficient Building Construction in Florida

This is a useful handbook designed to provide up-to-date information for building energy efficient homes in the State of Florida. This book has very comprehensive details, including insulation, windows, lighting, air conditioning, and duct Systems. Read more >>

$50.40

 

 

r68
Building Component Safety Information Handling, Installing and Bracing Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses, HIB-91

It is a guide for jobsite safety and truss performance. It includes information regarding the handling, installation, restraining, and bracing of metal plate connected wood trusses. Read more >>

$43.75

 

 

 

 

 

 

genericbook362
Florida Building Code- Energy Conservation

Statewide energy code based on the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) which provides a standard code for the use of energy in new and existing buildings in the State of Florida. Read more >>

$25.00

 

 

 

Business Procedures Books

Florida A201, A401, A701, Builder's Guide to Accounting and Florida Contractors Manual are required for both the business and the trade exams.

 

r1384
Florida Contractor's Manual

This book includes many of the aspects of operating a business related to the construction industry and shows everything there is to know about the proper way to file taxes; what insurance to carry; how to manage daily accounts, and how, when, and why to file a paperwork for a lien. It includes excerpts from the entire sections of Federal Codes, State Statutes, local ordinances, and the administrative rules related to all of the above. Read more >>

$140.00

 

 

 

r533
A201 General Conditions of the Contract for Construction

Establishes the contractual relationship between the owner and the general contractor in a construction project. Read more >>

$15.23

 

 

r62
A401 Standard Form of Agreement between Contractor Subcontractor

Establishes the contractual relationship between the Contractor and the Sub-Contractor in a construction project. Read more >>

$15.23

 

 

r77
A701, Instructions for Bidders

This contract document is used when competitive bids are to be solicited for construction of the project. It also provides instructions on procedures, including bonding requirements for bidders to follow in preparing and submitting their bids. Read more >>

$12.60

 

 

r67
Builder's Guide to Accounting

A step-by-step guide for setting up and maintaining records for a construction business. It is a practical, newly-revised guide to all accounting methods showing how to meet state and federal accounting requirements. Read more >>

$39.05

 

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