Mass Construction Supervisor CEU training will be held in Leominster, Ma on 3/6/2013 and 3/8/2013. The sponsor of this training is Maki Building Centers and Home Builders and Remodelers of Central Mass. Maki has lumberyards in Lunenberg, Sterling and Gardner, Ma. and HB&RCM is located in Worcester, Ma.
Mass Construction Supervisor License holders need to obtain continuing education credits in order to renew their builder licenses.
Mass Specialty License Holders (6 CEU's): Roofing, Windows and Siding, Masonry, Insulation, Demolition and Burning Fuel.
For this group we have organized the training so that you only need to sign up for one day. Many CEU trainings require signing up for the full 2 day seminar. We have set up our program so that those with Specialty Licenses only have to register for one day. The second day of the training 3/8/2013 is set up for this purpose.
Your Industry Experienced Trainers: Real education (not just CEU's) from trainers who have over 50 years residential construction experience combined that you can apply to your business.
Remodeling Industry Speaker, Educator, Writer, and Coach Shawn McCadden
The Contractor Coaching Partnership, Inc. Contractor Business Coach Mark Paskell. Mark is First VP of EM NARI and Chairman of Government Affairs.
Classes Day 1: all 3 classes 2 CEU, 1 Business and 1 Elective. Instructor Shawn McCadden
Small Business Finances and Profit Strategies for Non-Accountants CS-7500 CD-7500. This course covers: Understanding Margin, Markup, Sales Volume and Break Even. Determining the true cost of being in business. How to price your work for profitability and long term success so you will have confidence asking for your price.
Choosing and Targeting the Right Customers and Project Types CS-7501 CD-7500. This course covers: Choosing and targeting the right Customers and Project types for your business. Importance of developing your strategy before your tactics. Tactics to support your strategy. How to predict, track and determine ROI. Making improvements using what you learned from your marketing efforts over time.
Strategic Estimating and Proposals, Know What Your Selling CS-7801, CD-7800. This course covers: Strategic estimating, managing allowances and predicting cash flow requirements for each project. Creating professional proposals that help sell the project and at the same time make sure your team will have what they need to install/build it profitably on their own.
Classes Day 2: This day includes the 5 core requirements. Specialty license holders can sign up just this day to get their 6 credits. Instructor Mark Paskell Call 978-422-6354.
Home Improvement Contracting in Mass-HIC CS-1200 CD-0012, (1 CEU Code). This course covers: Mass HIC Law requirements for Massachusetts Contractors who work for consumers on their 1-4 family homes.
Differences Between Mass and EPA RRP Rules-CS-1206 CD-0012, (1 CEU Lead). This course covers: On July 9th, 2010 the State of Massachusetts was delegated by the EPA the authority to administer and enforce the RRP Rule. The course covers numerous differences between the Mass RRP and the EPA RRP rules. Learn about the OSHA Lead in Construction written into the Mass RRP Law (454 CMR 22.0) and the EPA amendments since 2010.
How to Manage an OSHA Jobsite Visit-CS-2810, CD0028 2 CEU, (1 Safety and 1 Business). This course covers: what happens when a CSHO from OSHA comes to your job site. Learn the process of the site audit, your rights, what to do, what not to do and how to prepare if you are visited. We will also cover preparing your employees and subcontractors and multiple employer citiations.
When To Hire A Healthy Building Expert-CS-2808, CD-0028, (2 CEU Energy). This course covers: preparing for, hiring and working with a Building Expert. This course focuses using the qualification standards from BPI as a guide. Subjects include working with energy auditors, Energy Star, benefits to you the contractor and the consumer and building science basics.