The Builders Concierge Service has arranged for discounts on qualified Continuing Education programs for the Construction Supervisors License in Massachusetts.

Our subscribers receive a 20% Discount on a program to prepare for the CSL exam, and a 10% discount on ongoing Continuing Education credits.  See below for rules beginning in 2018 about how you must attain your credits.

We’ll be offering FREE Classes on the Energy Code.

Discounted Programs for Maintaining Your CSL License
(you can take classes for all states here)
Request Coupon Code from us to receive a 10% Discount on Programs Provided by:athomepreplogo

Discounted CSL Test Preparation Classes
20% Discount* on Programs Provided by:ma-realestateschool-topleft*Follow the link for options and upcoming class schedule, however, you must book your class through us to get your discount.  Send us an email with your contact information and which class you desire to attend:
Next Class on the South Shore starts on Tuesday, November 7, 2017
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What builders and remodelers need to know about their licensing in Massachusetts

Construction Supervisors Licensing:
There are three types of supervisor licenses, each with differing Continuing Education requirements.

  • Unrestricted construction supervisor: 12 hours*
  • Restricted construction supervisor: 10 hours
  • Specialty construction supervisor (masonry, roofing, insulation, etc.): 6 hours

Link to the CSL Requirements Here

                        *****New Rules about the MA CSL CE Starting in 2018*****
⇒Qualified licensees may acquire up to a maximum of six hours of continuing education via on-line training.
⇒Remaining hours shall be acquired through in-person, classroom training.
⇒You will be required to complete a final exam plus periodic exams throughout an on-line course.
⇒Frequently asked questions about the CSL: 2017-csl-qa-2017

Massachusetts Home Improvement Contractors Licensing Program:

For remodelers performing home improvements only.
If you only build new homes, you don’t need an HIC Registration.
The Home Improvement Contractor (HIC) law was created in 1992 to protect consumers and regulate the business practices of contractors. It established a registration requirement, an arbitration program for resolving disputes, and a Guaranty Fund program to compensate consumers up to $10,000 for unpaid judgments against contractors.
Registered contractors must display their registration number on all advertisements, contracts and permits.

Link to the HIC Program Here