PSI Exam Centers Reopening Schedule Announced

PSI Exam Centers Reopening Schedule Announced PSI, a national leader in state and county examination testing and licensure, previously announced the closure of testing centers on March 19th, 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. This important decision was necessary to comply with state and federal mandates and protect the safety and well-being of staff and students alike. Recently, PSI announced a tentative reopening schedule of testing facilities based on the latest information provided by state, city and municipality governments. According to their website, facilities are scheduled to begin tentatively reopening as soon as May 1st, 2020. For more information about when facilities in your area are tentatively scheduled to reopen, please see the latest information below. PSI Testing Center Location information is current and accurate as of 18 May 2020. 
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How To Get A Florida Plumbers License

Considering a career in plumbing in the state of Florida? It’s a great career choice thanks to the low cost of learning the trade and abundant income opportunity. It’s an extremely consistent career as water damage may occur in homes or businesses, and when it does, it must be fixed. In Florida, only those who become licensed plumbers are able to do business in the state. Plumbers with this level of licensure and skill may also gain job security, no matter what’s going on with the economy. Plumbers can often join a union to receive great benefits and generally receive excellent pay. Other benefits to the career include social interaction with people, physical and mental exercise, and the potential to become an independent contractor or small business owner. If you’ve decided to get your plumbing license in Florida, here’s everything you need to know.
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Contractor Licensing Guide – State by State Courses & Requirements

What is a contractors license?

A contractor’s license is state certified and indicates that a contractor is qualified to perform construction work. Contractors may have a residential license, a commercial license or a dual residential and commercial license. License types, requirements, and costs vary from state to state. See below for a complete guide, by state, of these details.
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