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Georgia Contractors Face Uncertainty Over New Continuing Education Rules

Flynn’s quickED is now providing simple answers for contractors to help reduce confusion over new Georgia State requirements to complete continuing education in order for contractors to renew their license


(Alpharetta, Georgia) May, 2012 – The State of Georgia now requires contractors to complete continuing education in order to renew their contractor’s license. Many contractors are uncertain if they are required to complete CE, and if so how may hours they need. Being the first year for this requirement, it is difficult for contractor’s to find answers. 
The stress of license renewal can be overwhelming and confusing, with little information about the new Georgia state requirements  many contractors have been left wondering what their next step should be.  Because this is the first year for this requirement, there aren’t many established CE providers. However, Flynn’s quickED has expanded it’s Utah based Contractor’s School into Georgia to help fill the gap.
“We developed our program to provide fun, fast, and informative education,” says Flynn Paulson, founder of the quickED Contractor’s School.  “With over a decade of working with contractors we are able to take the stress out of the process. We can provide professional education that helps contractors learn the essential skills in the most effective format possible.”
Bringing over ten years experience of contractor education, they are able to help make sense of the complex rules and assist quickED to determine what is required. They also offer seminars that allow the contractors to complete their required CE in either a half-day or full day seminar depending on their license type.
“Learning should be fun and enjoyable,” says Ruth Gill, who leads the dedicated team of advisors and presenters for the Georgia seminars.  “Our team of experts provides an interactive way to answer your questions and complete your requirements in a relaxed, friendly environment that makes for forget your are ‘required’ to be there,” she continued. 
The quickED advisors are available to answer questions and assist contractors by phone or email. Additionally Flynn’s quickED offers detailed information on their website ( to assist contractors in determining what they are required to complete. 


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