Business & Law Exam Prep
Utah contractors may hold one of many types of licenses, each specializing in either a specific trade or in a general scope of Building, Engineering, Residential, or Commercial work. This page outlines the requirements and abilities of those who hold or wish to hold a General Building Contractor or Residential & Small Commercial Contractor license. Both types of license require applicants to pass the Business and Law exam in addition to the trade exam.
Our exam prep is designed to help you pass your test the first time, and is backed with our no pass, no pay policy. All of our courses are available from almost any device, any time. We hope that you will make RocketCert your home to help you obtain your Utah General Contractor License.
A General Contractor is licensed to perform or superintend construction of structures for the support, shelter, and enclosure of persons, animals, chattels, or movable property of any kind or any of the components of that construction except plumbing, electrical work, mechanical work, work related to the operating integrity of an elevator, and manufactured housing installation.
A Residential & Small Commercial Contractor is licensed to perform or superintend the construction of single-family residences, multifamily residences up to four units, and commercial construction of not more than three stories aboveground and not more than 20,000 square feet, or any of the components of that construction except plumbing, electrical work, mechanical work, and manufactured housing installation. The B100 includes the scope of the E100 classification AND the E100 includes the scope B100 classification.
To satisfy the experience requirement, applicants must satisfy at least one of these requirements to be eligible for licensure:
To satisfy the exam requirement, applicants must satisfy at least one of these requirements to be eligible for licensure:
To schedule your exam, visit the Prov website or call 866-720-7768.
Topics include: Business Organizations; Licensing; Estimating and Bidding; Contract Management; Project Management; Labor Laws; Lien Laws; Financial Management; Risk Management; Tax Laws; Safety
If you have passed the NASCLA Commercial Contractor exam, you will not need to obtain the required experience. However, the Business and Law exam must still be passed.
Visit our NASLCLA Commercial Contractor exam page for more details.
The Utah exams are open book. The references below are permitted to be tabbed, highlighted, and used during your test! Unfortunately, our online course is NOT permitted to be accessed during the State exam.
The exam prep includes math, plan reading, highlighting guides covering the topics your exam is based on, practice questions for each references, and unlimited attempts on our "test simulation".
Exam prep includes:
Plus the following:
Includes the following courses:
Plus the following:
At RocketCert, we strive to be the best (while having fun in the process). This means having not only the best quality of education, but also industry leading technology. Best yet, we are here for you 24/7. Have a question or comment? Give us a call or contact us to send us a message. Ready to begin? Select from the training below and start immediately. Of course, you can resume later!
Why pay for something knowing your time with it is limited? At RocketCert, we believe in offering lifetime access to your training, even though it will not be needed.
Our education is written industry experts. We believe in helping you with your career, and that help begins with offering best in class education.
We are here for you. Have a question? Need support? Our team is available 7 days a week for technical support. We pride ourselves in taking care of you.
Our training is available 24/7 and you can start and stop as needed. With our mobile ready courses, you can take from nearly any device at any location.