During the three-day educational conference, the 21CBEC is pleased to offer two types of continuing education courses to attendees.
— NC Builder Institute courses
— General Session seminars
Starting this year, North Carolina general contractor qualifiers are required to complete 8 hours of Continuing Education (CE) in order to renew a license in the classifications of Building, Residential and Unclassified.
21CBEC is your convenient, one-stop location for you to obtain all of your CE credits in one day.
The 8-hour course requirement includes a mandatory 2-hour course with information about changes in the laws and rules and other content applicable to general contracting. The remaining 6 hours will be divided into two- and four-hour elective courses. If you have questions about how to satisfy your CE requirement, please email Alison Barnes or call (800) 662-7129.
The NC Builder Institute (NCBI) is the educational arm of the NC Home Builders Association. The Institute brings together the industry’s leading experts to create a dynamic and exciting learning environment. It provides outstanding faculty and the latest course materials to help you invest in your future.
Whether you’re looking to fulfill your 8 hours of Continuing Education or you’re pushing yourself to the next level to earn a professional designation, NCBI is here to help.
NCBI courses are noted by “NCBI” in the “type” column of the 21CBEC Education Schedule (click here for 2020 schedule). The following designations are available through NCBI:
— Accredited Builder
— Accredited Master Builder
— Accredited Remodeler
— Accredited Residential Superintendent
— Accredited Associate
— Accredited Master Associate
Over 20 general session seminars are offered on a variety of topics from energy efficiency to social media marketing. General session seminars are noted by “General Session” in the “type” column of the 21CBEC Education Schedule. General session seminars are included with the purchase of one or more NCBI courses or the purchase of the Full Delegate Badge.