Continuing Professional Development Points for Residential Builders
If you’re a general contractor, you must Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points to keep your license in good standing.
During your one-year license term, you must complete a minimum of 20 CPD points related to the residential construction industry. Points can be earned through training, from research and education development, or a combination of both. You can earn two CPD points per hour of formal learning and one CPD point per hour of informal learning.
You are required to keep a record of your completed CPD training for three years after the end of your license term. We may audit your CPD participation at any time upon request, so keep your records complete and accessible. Only completed training that can be verified is eligible for CPD points.
To read more about the CPD program, you can review the guide here.
What is a CPD point?
A CPD point is a numerical value assigned to the amount of time spent by a CPD participant to satisfy residential building licensing requirements. Various activities generate different amounts of points:
- 1 hour of formal learning earns 2 CPD points
- 1 hour of informal learning or research and education development earns 1 CPD point