Three Things That Should Never Keep You From Your Dream of Being a Licensed Contractor
Are you interested in becoming a licensed California contractor, but think there might be too many obstacles in the way? We hear about these kinds of situations every week, and in almost every case they can be overcome. The fact of the matter is that fear holds more construction professionals back than anything else – once they overcome their hesitation to get started, they quickly find that the “problems” they thought would keep them from going to school simply melt away.
To give you a sense of what we mean, here are three things that should never keep you from achieving your dream of becoming a licensed California contractor:
1. Anxiety about school, class, and tests. Lots of our students have gone into construction because they prefer working outside with their hands to sitting in an office and dealing with things like paperwork. And, many didn’t enjoy their experiences with school the first time around. But, our classes are typically a lot different from the ones they remember, and even those who struggled in school in the past often find they enjoy coming to learn with us.
2. Worrying about how to pay for your education. If money is tight, you might be worried that you can’t afford to attend CSLS and reach your dream of becoming a licensed contractor. But, with flexible payment options and financial aid packages available, we make it easy to finance your education. Plus, being more knowledgeable and qualified is almost always something that pays for itself in the long run – the best investments are the ones you make in yourself and your own career.
3. Being afraid that you’ll go to the wrong school and won’t pass your exam. We know that you have a lot of choices when it comes to schools to prepare you for your California licensed contractor exam. None can match the reputation and track record that CSLS has, with thousands and thousands of successful alumni and a 99.9% first-time passing rate. Our instructors are all seasoned industry professionals who can help you prepare for the exam and your career as a licensed contractor.
It’s normal and natural to be anxious or afraid if you’re considering taking a big step forward in your life, but that doesn’t mean you should let it hold you back from bigger and greater things. To find out what’s really involved in becoming a licensed California contractor, get in touch with the CSLS team today – we’ve worked with more than 200,000 students over the years, and can give you the answers you need.