FL Contractors: Florida Building Code 8th Edition: Advanced Course
Aging in Place
Aging in Place
FL Contractors: Recent Technology Advances in the Construction Industry
Supply Chain and Their Effects
Affordable Housing for General Contractors
The Minnesota Mandatory Course covers both contractor business strategies and energy conservation measures, as required for license renewal for the state of Minnesota. This course begins with a discussion basic accounting principles such as assets, liabilities, assets, the ability to manage cash flow, revenue recognition, financial management, mitigating bad debt, and tax compliance as it…
Modern Site Maintenance and Construction Technology – MN Contractor CE (Seat Timers Removed for Review)
Modern Site Maintenance and Construction Technology Modern Site Maintenance and Construction Technology begins with a review of the basic management requirements of starting an efficient construction project, then discusses the key factors for clear and concise coordination as it relates to day to day operations, including property protection, health and safety, maximization of profit, property…
Affordable Housing Affordable Housing is a course designed to help contractors understand the “missing middle” of housing in the United States. The course explores solutions to the housing crisis through the design and construction of housing units and the communities into which they are organized, including a deep dive into modular construction.
Project Management for General Contractors Project Management for General Contractors is a course designed to help contractors better manage projects through developing deeper understanding of both client needs and the supply chain.
Common Contractor Concerns Common Contractor Concerns is a 7-hour continuing education course that focuses on three common concerns: dampness prevention and remediation, energy efficiency, and truth in advertising.
Accessibility for All Accessibility for All is a 7-hour continuing education course. It looks at standards and illustrations from the “2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design”. This course describes how to meet the intent of the Standards, and addresses specific residential modifications relevant to an aging population.
Professional Responsibilities and Ethics
Inspecting Structural Components
Inspecting Roof Components
Inspecting the Exterior