The intent of this page is to provide you with all the necessary information for contractor and skilled trade testing, licensing and continuing education. The information on this page is supported by Salina Municipal Code Chapter 8.
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 and want to be know if it is approved for continuing education credit, please email the Building Official at [email protected] 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 to obtain 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. Click here to sign-up.
Summary of Test Options - Provides additional step by step information on testing.
A Skilled Trades (Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing) Sponsorship Form is required to be completed and submitted for skilled trades exams or testing. The completed application can be emailed to [email protected] or hand delivered to the Community & Development Services Department at 300 West Ash, Room 205. After review, staff will email the complete form along with the test information if approved.
Contractor licensing is administered by the City Clerk's Office. You can navigate to their web page here or contact them at [email protected] or (785) 309-5735.