Renewal/Continuing Education

The license renewal process is completed through your City of Manhattan license portal account.  Access the license portal HERE. 

Apprentice registration can be renewed by clicking HERE.

Twelve (12) hours of approved continuing education are required every two years to renew general contractor, plumbing, gas, mechanical, and electrical licenses.  Six (6) of the required twelve (12) must be code related.  

Any person in the full-time employment of the GC company may obtain the hours; however, two people from the same company may not submit the same class for credit.

The completion certificates can be uploaded to your license portal anytime during the year.  The continuing education credits must have been acquired during the two years prior to renewal.  Credit will not be given without a completion certificate.

On Demand Continuing Education Opportunities

The webinars linked below can be viewed for at any time.  After you have watched the video, click on the questionnaire link to answer a few questions about the video. To receive a certificate of completion for the webinar, participants must answer all three questions correctly.  If you have a City of Manhattan license, a completion certificate will be uploaded to your portal account.  If you do not have a City of Manhattan license, the completion certificate will be emailed to you.

Significant Changes to the NEC & Firestopping (1 hour)

This webinar provides a review of the most significant changes to the 2020 National Electric Code and provide and overview of firestopping best practices.

Verification Of Completion Questionnaire (REMINDER: All questions must be answered correctly to receive a certificate of completion)

If you have any problems viewing the video or completing the questionnaire, you can request assistance by clicking here

Below are some good resources for continuing education hours:

2024 Kansas Safety Summit

April 10, 2024 - Park City, KS

Sponsored by Kansas811


The Kansas Safety Summit is an annual event that focuses on every aspect of safety, excavation safety, and damage prevention. Whether you’re an excavator, contractor, utility/facility owner and operator, locator, or safety specialist, this summit is a valuable opportunity to expand your knowledge, learn about the latest industry updates, and connect with other professionals from across the state. 

(This class would be 8 hours of general training)

Online Classes:

CE Academy (a good number of end-of-year classes available!)

International Code Council (ICC)

American Wood Council (AWC)

American Plywood Association (APA)

National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA)

Building Code College

Mike Holt Enterprises (Electrical classes)

Tradesman CE (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing classes)

Jade Learning (Electrical, Mechanical classes)

Kansas Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors Association