Residential Builder Pre-License Training (60 Clock Hours)
- 60 Hour Course
- 4.5 599 Reviews
This 60 hour online pre-license course prepares you for the Michigan Residential Builder PSI exam! Topics covered include construction laws, business practices, and building codes.This course ends with a final exam that will prepare you for the state exam.
The first step in becoming a licensed Residential Builder or Maintenance & Alteration Contractor in Michigan is to complete a 60 hour pre-licensure course through an approved provider.
When you enroll in this course, you will receive:
- 60 hours of LARA approved online instruction, including videos, animated slides, and interactive quizzes
- Instant online classroom access
- The ability to complete the course at your pace and around your schedule
- Excellent technical and instructor support
Need a payment plan? We offer an installment agreement with 4 easy payments; no credit check required!
Add the class to your cart to begin the enrollment process.
The Glencoe Carpentry and Construction textbook is highly recommended, but not required. Add it to your cart during registration if you do not already have a copy.
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- Course ID(s): 490-DP401
- Approved By: Michigan Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA)
Mike Melvin, owner of At Your Pace Online, LLC, is the instructor and industry expert for Michigan Contractor Training courses. In addition to his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration from Ottawa University, Kansas, Mike has owned, operated, and worked for numerous construction companies. Mike's relevant construction experience includes framing, concrete construction, foundations, and roofing. As the current owner and Michigan-approved lead instructor for MIContractortraining.com, he teaches multiple courses pertaining to construction and business. With over fifteen years of experience in the industry, Mike combines his proven understanding of teaching online education with the practical and academic industry knowledge needed by Michigan Contractors, to allow them to complete their courses and get back to the job site.