Individuals who repair, install, or service conditioned air systems or equipment in Georgia are required to be licensed under Georgia law. Whether you have a restricted Class I license or an unrestricted Class II license, you will need to complete four hours of continuing education annually in order to renew your license. The current license period will end on November 30, so there’s no time to waste to get your continuing education hours completed today.
We understand how easy it can be to put off completing your required courses. After all, you’re a professional with a full time job working on conditioned air systems or equipment. A four hour course often means enrolling in in-person courses, at preset times, sometimes even requiring you to take a day off work. @ Home Prep understands that in order to be successful, continuing education has to fit into your schedule and work at your pace. Our program can be completed easily on a tablet or smartphone without having to catch a class at a certain time or even commit to finishing the work in one sitting.
Our comprehensive course will keep you up to date on the latest Georgia code and requirements. All the materials needed to complete the course are included with the course fee, and our contractor’s bookstore includes a wide variety of resources you may need such as National Electrical Code, OSHA regulations, and manuals related to the field of conditioned air.
Even though the clock is ticking and the renewal period will end soon, there’s still plenty of time to get your continuing education completed with our mobile-friendly system that you can take anywhere. Work on your time and at your own pace, and if you don’t pass, you don’t pay. That’s how committed we are to ensuring student success.