Houses from Grade to Gable looks at what the Best Practices in building
today’s home. Code is a minimum standard to build to, what is the
marketplace demanding from builders as they build for their clients.
Contractor/Remodeler Update 2022 provides the information you need to keep your company moving forward in the upcoming year! This course provides you with 7 CE credit hours, including an hour of Energy and an hour of Business Administration.
Course One covers the basics to the advanced when it comes to understanding the laws and rules that Minnesota contractors are required to adhere to. Starting out with some key Federal laws and rules that cannot be ignored and rapidly moving into the state of MN suite of departments that have regulatory oversite of contractors.
The second part of Survival Guide Two moves into MN Rules, specifically the 1300 block of Rules; Chapter 1300, Chapter 1303, Chapter 1322, and Chapter 1309. The course attendee will gain a working knowledge of what Rules are, who writes the rules, and then specifically what these four specific Rules mean to licensed MN Contractors.
Being the best trim carpenter, home builder or remodeler just doesn’t guarantee a successful business anymore, Course Three: The business of Running a Minnesota Business fills in the blanks for you so your business can grow into the dream you have for it and yourself!
Are you already RRP certified and looking for a refresher course? ProEd has combined the EPA’s 4 hr. Refresher course with a 3 hr. MN IRC code update course. This recertifies your RRP credentials as well as providing you with 7 hrs. of MN continuing education, including an hour of energy.
EPA’s Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule (RRP Rule) requires that firms performing renovation, repair, and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities and pre-schools built before 1978 have their firm certified by EPA, use certified renovators who are trained by EPA-approved training providers and follow lead-safe work practices.