Contractor Education, Testing & Licensing
Continuing Education Opportunities
There are many opportunities available for continuing education, the City of Salina staff will not be aware of all of them. If you find a particular class (not listed below) and want to be certain it is approved for City of Salina licensed contractors or master/journeyman skilled trades, check with the building official before submitting your registration and money. The qualified individual, as declared on a Class A, B, C, D building contractor license, is required to obtain six hours per year (18 hours over a 3 year licensing cycle) of continuing education, half of which must be code education (IBC, IRC, IFC, NEC, UPC, UMC).
If you are a licensed skilled tradesman (master or journeyman) the requirement is basically the same; six hours per year, (18 hours over the 3 year licensing cycle), half of which are required to be code classes in the trade that you practice and are licensed.
To receive notifications about continuing education classes, you must sign up for the mailing list for Contractor Continuing Education. We will use this email notification system to inform you about classes that the City will present or sponsor.
October 22, 2019 - in Salina - Presented by LaMunyon and the Salina IAPMO Chapter - Plumbing and Mechanical Code Continuing Education - Click here for details. Registration is required. Please contact IAPMO or LaMunyon directly if you have any questions.
Sources for Continuing Education
Heart of America Chapter of the ICC - This organization occasionally presents or sponsors continuing education for contractors - Please visit their website for further information, www.heart-o-america.org
Contractor Licensing requirements can be found in the Salina Municipal Code. There have been several amendments to the contractor licensing ordinance since its original adoption in May 2007. To view the current sections of the code dealing with contractor licensing, click Salina Municipal Code. Contractor licensing requirements are located in Chapter 8, beginning with Sections 8-171.
General Contractor's Permit Responsibilities
Residential All-Roughs Policy - Oct. 2014
Contractor Licensing Grid (Summary of Building and Specialty Contractor Licensing Requirements and Test Information)
Testing Information and Applications
To assist you in deciding which test to take, read this first:
Contractor testing information (Prometric, ICC, & Kansas IAPMO/NITC)
Applications forms for licensing of building contractors, plumbing, mechanical, electrical contractors & Craftsman. Please submit your application to the City Clerk's Office, 300 W. Ash, Room 206. If you cannot determine the type of license for which you are qualified to make application, please contact the Building Services Division at (785) 309-5715. All license applications are subject to review by the building official.