C-60 Welding
Contractors License

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Why Is There A Picture Of A Golf Course?

If you’re trying to get your C-60 Welding Contractors License, you’re in the right place. We put a picture of a golf course above for no reason whatsoever. We’d like to think, here at Contractors License Now, that we have a sense of humor. That may or may not be true 😉 — anyway, call us for more info or continue scrolling.

(heck, if you get your contractors license you’ll make so much more money than you’re currently making — if you run your business well — that you’ll have plenty of time to golf. of course, you probably should spend time with your family instead. but, every once in awhile, a guy’s gotta get on the golf course.)

 

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How To Get Your C-60 Contractors License

The C-60 License Classification is also known as *drum roll — the welding license.

If you’re a welder and you’re trying to get your license, we got you.

We can and will certainly help you.

And our program makes it easy.

There are only a few pre-requisites.

REQUIREMENTS?

There are only THREE MAIN REQUIREMENTS.

1. Four years of journey-level experience in the trade of welding. (unless of course you’re trying to become a plumber, in which case you’ll have to visit that page on the website. if you’re trying to become a professional wrestler, you’re out of luck. many wrestlers have called in confused).

2. You must be at least 18 years old. (if you’re not there yet, you need to grow up).

3. You must have a valid social security or ITIN number. (basic stuff).

If you meet these requirements, you qualify to get your C60 Welding license.

So that’s cool.

What does the process look like?

Well, you’re going to have to study. That’s the hard part. But we try to make it easy as possible. And maybe even fun. (Probably not but we try).

Here’s the gist of how it works: you have to pass a Law and Business Test and a Trade Test with the state of CALI. Unless of course you’re moving to Texas or thereabouts, in which case you’re in the wrong place.

Trade Test = easy.  You already know your trade.  You should have little to no problem with this test.  Of course, the state tests use different terminology than you might be used to, which is why we provide you with study materials and practice tests to prepare you for this test.

Then there’s the Law & Business test.  Which is harder.  Because it’s about the law.  And the business.

Our classes cover everything you need to know to pass this test.  Guaranteed.

We provide a plethora of material — the classes, video and audio, livestreams, practice tests.  Everything you need.  We’ve graduated so many students that we can’t barely keep count, and we’ve been in business for so many years we dare not count (hint: over 7 years).  We used to be a peanut-butter manufacturer (this is not true).

Anyway.

We prepare you to pass the state exams.

You probably have questions.

If you’re tired of reading, feel free to give us a call @ 866-570-3648

THE QUESTION EVERYONE ASKS. FREQUENTLY.

It’s often asked how does one prove or verify their four years of experience to the CSLB?

(btw, the CSLB is the Contractors State Licensing Board — the department of the state of California in charge of licensing contractors. if you forgot, you are a contractor. they will be issuing you your license. now you know).

Easy. You must have someone sign off on your application verifying you have the necessary experience. This person can be an employer (current or former), a client (if you’re claiming the status of self-employed — which you can claim) or a fellow employee, whether such a person has their license or not. Although it is recommended your qualifer has his/her license.

Your mom can’t sign off on your application for you. Unless she was your supervisor. In that case, she can. Also, don’t forget to get her a present for Mother’s Day.

Description Of The C-60 Welding License (FROM CSLB).

Here’s a description of this particular classification and all that it entails, taken from CSLB’s website:

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

A welding contractor causes metals to become permanently attached, joined and fabricated by the use of gases and electrical energy, which creates temperatures of sufficient heat to perform this work.

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