CCB Test Preparation for Contractors

Do you want to become a Construction Contractor in Oregon?
Prepare to get your CCB license!

Our next live class will be in Redmond on Friday July 10 & Saturday July 11, 8:30am-6:00pm.
Call 541-383-7290 to register or email or register online.

Need something sooner? Take our online course right away! Call 541-383-7290 to register or email or register online.  

We can help you pass the Oregon Construction Contractors Board exam!

  • Take our LIVE course and complete your CCB test preparation requirement in just two days
  • Or take our ONLINE course, work at your own pace and access the class from anywhere

Contractors obtaining their CCB license for the first time are required to complete at least 16 hours of training on law and business practices, and pass a state test. All materials for our LIVE and ONLINE courses were developed with this goal in mind: helping you pass the CCB exam.

"I would say the whole session was of a high value to me."
"I really appreciate the way ML made a dry subject easier to sit through - thanks!"
Live class students, November 2014

ML Vidas

Your Instructor
ML Vidas has been teaching live contractor education classes since 2010. ML has more than nine years experience in teaching and extensive experience in architectural design including LEED and Earth Advantage credentials. She uses a variety of techniques to help you understand key concepts and locate critical information in your Oregon Contractors Reference Manual, which you take into the test with you. 

"ML - I passed the exam on my first attempt! Would not have been able to do it without your course...thank you.  Your practice tests were challenging and helped me learn how to use the manual efficiently. Thanks again." 
Online student, July 2014 
"I just wanted to say thank you for the course I took with you at COCC. I took the State contractors test today and aced it with a 93 percent !! Your class really helped me and I wanted you to know that I appreciate it."
Online student, January 2015 


Contractors CCB Test Prep course - LIVE
Contractors must take a 16-hour state-approved course to satisfy the educational requirement for Oregon construction contractor licensing. Take our live class to prepare for the state-mandated test (not included) to become a licensed contractor. 

  • Friday July 10 & Saturday July 11, 8:30am-6:00pm, at the COCC Redmond Campus
    Cost: $359 (Required manual included) Online Registration CRN 36156                 
    Cost $299 (No book provided) Online Registration CRN 36157

  • Friday September 18 & Saturday September 19, 8:00am-5:30pm, at the COCC Redmond Campus
    Cost: $359 (Required manual included) Online Registration CRN 48947                 
    Cost $299 (No book provided) Online Registration CRN 48948

    Are you interested in taking this course in Spanish? Please let us know by emailing The Construction Contractors Board is planning to have a Spanish translation of the required manual available in the spring and we would like to know if there is any interest in a live class here in Central Oregon - gracias!

Contractors CCB Test Prep course – ONLINE
If the live dates don't work for you, take our online class to prepare for the state-mandated test (not included) to become a licensed contractor. Register at any time; you have five months from your start date to complete the course. Cost $199.00 (No book provided) 
Call 541-383-7290 to register or email or register online

The Oregon Contractors Reference Manual may be purchased from Builders Book Depot at 1-800-284-3434 or at It is also available at COCC's Bookstore (541-383-7570). Both the live and online courses are based on edition #11.

"Thanks for offering the course online. It was easy to follow and I feel prepared for the exam."
Online student, June 2014

Here's what to do to get your Oregon CCB license:
  1. Complete one of our 16-hour classes. We offer both live and online classes. 
  2. Pass the state exam at one of the locations administered by the testing company PSI.
  3. Submit your application form to the State of Oregon
    Click here for MORE INFORMATION about the testing process with PSI

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