C-34 Pipeline
Contractors License

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pipeline contractor

get your c34 pipeline contractors license

if you’re trying to get your pipeline license.

that’s the c34, as you probably know.

there is no better place for you to be than here.

on this page.

because we’re a contractor license school.

and we can help you get your license.

easy as cake.

if cake were made out of pipeline.

 

866-570-3648

How To Get Your C-34 Contractors License

Laying pipeline isn’t easy.

Getting your pipeline license is much easier.

You only need a few things:

1

Four years of experience doing pipeline work.

Pipeline Work

This can involve many things: installing or fabricating pipelines for natural gas or crude oil. Installing pipe relating to sewage systems: pump sytems, sewage mains, subdivision storm drains.

Pipeline for irrigation systems.

Geological surveying.

And so on and so on.

I’m sure you know what being a pipeline contractor means.

Right now, you’re just wondering how to get your license.

2

If you have the four years of experience, you must pass two tests with the state of California.

A law test and a trade test.

Make More Money

You’ll be able to make much more money when you get your license.

Because you’ll be able to take jobs for yourself, rather than working for someone.

And you need a contractors license in order to this.

Okay, okay. You’re sold.

Good.

Give us a call @ 866-570-3648 to enroll.

Or enroll online.

Here’s some more information is case you have more questions.

Law and Trade Tests.

The law test you must pass will be administered to you by the CSLB — the Contractors State License Board. The government department in California responsible for overseeing contractors.

This test covers California construction law.

It can be hard if you don’t do any studying.

And that’s why we exist: to prepare you for the law test.

As well as for the trade test, which should be easier for you, however, because you’re at journeyman level.

The trade test will cover the C34 trade, respectively.

YOU MUST APPLY

You must get one person to sign off on an application that we would be happy to help you fill out as apart of our services when you enroll with us. After you find and get the signature of a qualifier (someone who can verify your experience) you must submit this application to CSLB.

Once approved, they’ll give you an appointment to take your tests.

This process can take up to a few weeks.

As long as you’ve studied, you’ll pass the tests.

Pass-Test Guarantee

We offer a pass-test guarantee because we’re awesome.

And because we provide you with lots and lots of practice tests.

The guarantee kicks in with this caveat: if you pass our practice tests, we guarantee you’ll pass the state tests.

Amen.

Am I right?

Contractor License School

It’s as easy as cake. Like I mentioned above.

Of course, some cake is harder than other cake.

But this cake is the easy cake.

At first the entire process can seem daunting (maybe even scary, like a haunted house or your grandma without her makeup on) but we like to break it down for you in our classes–every step–and make it easy along the way. And hopefully you’ll feel encouraged along the way.

Because we’ve graduated many students and have helped countless (we’ve lost count) students get their contractors license and begin their ultimate adventure: starting a business.

A lot of people are flooding out of California right now, which only creates opportunity for you, as a contractor in California, to get that license and get those jobs.

Opportunities are everywhere.

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Description Of The C-34 License

This def. from CSLB.

California Code of Regulations
Title 16, Division 8, Article 3. Classifications

A pipeline contractor fabricates and installs pipelines for the conveyance of fluids, such as water, gas, or petroleum, or for the containment or protection of any other material, including the application of protective coatings or systems and the trenching, boring, shoring, backfilling, compacting, paving and surfacing necessary to complete the installation of such pipelines.

Authority cited: Sections 7008 and 7059, Reference: Sections 7058 and 7059 (Business and Professions Code)