What happens when you’re business grows and you want to add new specialties to your California contractor’s license? Don’t worry, you don’t have to start from scratch – construction professionals who are already licensed only have to pass a new specialty portion of their exam and earn a “supplemental classification” that allows them to expand their practice.
At CSLS, we have helped thousands of new and former students to earn supplemental classification is, growing their knowledge, contracting businesses, and career potential at the same time.
Earning the supplemental classification makes you a more complete contractor, allows you to bid on a wider range of construction projects, and could even enable you to submit larger proposals with bigger profit margins. And best of all, because you’ve already been through your licensed contractor exam in the past, you’ll know what to expect during the test preparation process.
How to Earn New Classifications With a Additional Classification
It doesn’t matter if you’re preparing for your second contracting specialty or your tenth. At CSLS, we want you to have the best exam preparation and all the right tools on your side. That’s why every supplemental classification student gets access to all we have to offer, including:
- Online and in-class learning options to meet your needs, schedule, and budget
- Printed and Internet-based materials that help you understand key topics and ideas
- Instruction from industry professionals who have worked in the field and help thousands of other students
- Computerized practice exams that work just like your real test will, so your 100% prepared for your exam
- In other words, we’ll make it as simple and convenient as possible for you to earn your supplemental contractors classification and open the door to all of the new opportunities that are waiting for you
CSLS has earned a reputation for being the very best in the California construction industry, with more than 135,000 happy graduates. Why not get in touch with us today at (800) 481-0310 and discuss the additional classification you can add to your license and see how we can help you take the next step in your contracting career?