Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Friday, 21 April 2017
Professionally Tabbed and Highlighted Books" Buyer Beware. Contractor license applicants are continuously preyed upon by schools with false or misleading advertising. After construction applicants take an exam, there are several schools that send out emails and flyers offering to buy an applicant's used books for $400 or $500. They turn around and advertise those same books as "Professionally Tabbed and Highlighted..." What's wrong with saying they are used books? Why hide behind clever marketing? I guess they can justify the "professionally tabbed and highlighted" part because construction professionals with little or no prior testing knowledge highlighted heavens-knows-what....
Wednesday, 19 April 2017
Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board Meetings are serious business, however, if properly prepared, you go in, attest to the information in your application, tell the truth and you should be fine – unless you are trying to get one by on the Board and that usually doesn’t go well. When the Agenda for a Board
Thursday, 13 April 2017
Florida Mechanical and Air A Exams are moving to computer-based testing beginning August 2017. This means that applicants for the Mechanical and Air A licenses can test at any PearsonVue testing location at their convenience!