Our 2.5 Hour RI Contractor Continuing Education course features 24/7 access, auto-save progress, and mobile compatibility, so you can complete your training whenever - and wherever - is convenient to you.
State-approved by the Rhode Island Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board (CRLB), you can rest assured that our program has everything you need to renew your Rhode Island contractor license.
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Course Details & Benefits:
Our Rhode Island Contractor Continuing Education course covers the following topics:
- Rules and Regulations for RI Contractors
- Basic Contract Content and Development
- Managing Contracts and Invoicing
- Identifying and Mitigating Project Risk
- Basic Construction Estimating Practice
This consruction continuing education course is state-approved by the Rhode Island Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board (CRLB). Course approval #161-571.
You can view our approval on the CRLB's website here.
When it comes to continuing education, you may find you have plenty of options with questionable providers who don’t even offer a phone number. That can get very frustrating when you're looking for simple technical support or questions about your license requirements. At Leisure's mission is to provide the best experience possible to our customers.
This course was written by an industry expert, Wayne J. Del Pico, president of W.J. Del Pico, Inc., where he provides construction management and litigation support services for construction-related matters. He provides services to law firms representing clients in construction matters ranging from delay claims to product failure.
Mr. Del Pico has more than 44 years of experience in construction project management, scheduling, and estimating, and has been involved in projects throughout most of the United States. His professional experience includes private commercial construction, public construction, retail construction, and residential land development and construction. He is a nationally recognized lecturer on construction related topics and is a published author.
His construction experience and knowledge of the industry qualified him to be the 2010 president of the Builders Association of Greater Boston. He is also a Neutral for the American Arbitration Association where he hears construction related disputes. For more information on Wayne J. Del Pico, please visit his website, www.wjdelpico.com.
We know you're busy, and you don't have time to wait around for a certificate of completion to be emailed or mailed. With our course, you can download your certificate instantly upon completion of your course.
With us, you can complete your course at your leisure. That means you can start and stop whenever you want. Chip away at your course whenever you find windows of time, and our bookmark feature will automatically save your exact location. You don't need to worry about losing your progress.
This course is narrated by a professional narrator, giving you the option to have a soft, pleasant voice read the material to you.
Here at At Leisure, our primary focus is creating a smooth, easy-to-use, enjoyable experience when it comes to contractor continuing education classes. We've invested in building custom software from scratch so we can customize everything to give you the best experience possible. Our course player even features relaxing background options so you can sit back, relax, and actually enjoy your training.
Access your contractor license continuing education from any device with an internet connection.
In order to renew your RI contractor license, visit the RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board (CRLB)'s "Viewpoint Cloud" website.
You must have documentation showing that you've completed your 2.5 hours of required continuing education. If you still need to take your continuing ed., you can enroll in the state-approved course on this page.
If your Rhode Island contractor's license has expired, you must pay an additional $50 late fee when renewing your license.
If your license has lapsed for more than one year, you must complete a state-approved 5-hour preregistration course. Please visit the RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board (CRLB)'s website to locate an approved course.