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A01 General Engineering, Trade Only

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A01-Engineering Contractor; installs water, power, sewage plants, flood control, docks, dams, municipal, utilities, etc.

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$199.00

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These ADD CONTRACTOR CLASSIFICATION KITs include the "Contractors Trade Course" required to add an additional California State License Classification to your existing license. KITs include the Study Manual with the lectures available on DVD, CD, or Both. KITs also include a Licensing Checklist, the Applications, and Hundreds of Practice Exam Questions with answers and explanations. You will also get access to our Online Exam Preparation Center from which you can test yourself repeatedly right up to the day of your State Exam. In addition, we will assist you and review your Application before you send it to the State. KITs may very base on the Lecture DVDs, CDs, Assistance, and Guarantee.

The following are KIT OPTIONS; 

$199 - Trade Manual, access to our Online Exam Preparation, NO Assistance, NO Guarantee, and NO Lectures on DVDs or CDs.

$229 - Trade Manual, access to our Online Exam Preparation, Application Assistance, 200% Guarantee, and Lectures on CDs.

$259 - Trade Manual, access to our Online Exam Preparation, Application Assistance, 200% Guarantee, and Lectures on DVDs.

$289 - Trade Manual, access to our Online Exam Preparation, Application Assistance, 200% Guarantee, and Lectures on DVDs and CDs.

You will have access to our Online Exam Preparation Center (Crash Course), where you can practice taking your exams repeatedly before you take the State Exam. We have so much confidence in our Study Material and our Online Exam Preparation Center we offer a 200% Money-Back Guarantee. These KITs are the fastest and easiest way to get your California State Contractors License. Our KITS are current, easy-to-use, and you can study at your own pace.

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A01 - General Engineering contractor is a contractor whose principal contracting business is in connection with fixed works requiring specialized engineering knowledge and skill, including the following divisions or subjects: irrigation, drainage, water power, water supply, flood control, inland waterways, harbors, docks and wharves, shipyards and ports, dams and hydroelectric projects, levees, river control and reclamation works, railroads, highways, streets and roads, tunnels, airports and airways, sewers and sewage disposal plants and systems, waste reduction plants, bridges, overpasses, underpasses and other similar works, pipelines and other systems for the transmission of petroleum and other liquid or gaseous substances, parks, playgrounds and other recreational works, refineries, chemical plants and similar industrial plants requiring specialized engineering knowledge and skill, powerhouses, power plants and other utility plants and installations, mines and metallurgical plants, land leveling and earthmoving projects, excavating, grading, trenching, paving and surfacing work and cement and concrete works in connection with the above-mentioned fixed works.

Course Covers

1. PLANNING, ESTIMATING, AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT (25%)

Plans and specifications
Estimation
Standards, codes, and regulations
General building mathematics

2. STRUCTURAL PRINCIPLES (6%)

Structural construction
Seismic safety
Basic engineering

3. EARTHWORK AND SURVEYING (15%)

Earthwork
Soils and geology
Surveying
Site preparation

4. SUBSURFACE WORK (15%)

Shoring and sloping
Dry utility and waterproofing
Tunneling, drilling, and boring
Surface drainage and water work
Trenching and pipeline
Sewers, water, and storm drain systems

5. FOUNDATION AND CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION (8%)

Concrete principles and placement
Forms and falsework Foundations

6. BUILDINGS/STRUCTURES AND RELATED WORK (5%)

Commercial/industrial buildings
Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing
Masonry
Demolition and disposal

7. ROADWORK AND PAVING (6%)

Highways, roads, and parking lots

8. SAFETY (20%)

Personnel
Transportation and traffic control
Environmental

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS


General Engineering 
Exam 
Math 
Fundamentals 
English vs. Metric 
Units,California Building Code 
Rough & Finish Carpentry 
Concrete 
Masonry 
Electrical (including National Electrical Code) 
HVAC 
Waterproofing and Painting 
Specialty Item Work 
Structural Steel, and Materials 
Welding Sitework 
Earthmoving 
Paving 
Tools & Equipment and Plans & Specs 
Excavation & Grading Fill-In Exercises 
Plans and Estimating 
Health and Safety Orders 
General Engineering Review Questions.

Sample Questions

1. What type of connection is used to flush a water line?

a. Air release valve
b. Blow off valve *
c. Post indicator valve
d. Detector check valve

2. What is the MOST important reason for someone to supervise the rate of pour when concrete is placed in high wall forms?

a. To prevent rebar movement
b. To ensure proper vibration
c. To avoid cement pockets
d. To avoid form collapse *

3. Excluding any shrinkage or compaction, approximately how much backfill material is required to fill the void left by removal of a 10,000 gallon underground tank?

a. 30 cu. yds.
b. 40 cu. yds.
c. 50 cu. yds. *
d. 60 cu. yds.

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