State of Michigan (LARA) Education Provider #372
How Many Hours Do You Need? The number of continuing competency hours required for the 2014 & 2015 license renewal depends on the issuance date of your license: If you were licensed PRIOR to December 31, 2008, you are required to have completed the following per three (3) year cycle by your license expiration date: One (1) hour covering building codes and laws related to the licensed occupation. One (1) hour covering safety. One (1) hour covering changes in construction and business management laws. If you were licensed AFTER to January 1, 2009, you are required to have completed the following by your license expiration date: Three (3) hours minimum of continuing competency per year during the first six (6) years of license issuance. A total of twenty-one (21) hours per three (3) year cycle by your license expiration date for that cycle consisting of: o One (1) hour covering building codes and laws related to the licensed occupation o One (1) hour covering safety. o One (1) hour covering changes in construction and business management laws. o Eighteen (18) additional hours covering "other topics".
Courses Avaliable
Other Topics Courses and activities must be relevant to the licensed occupation and may include any of the following: Business management, estimating, and job costing Design and building science Contracts, liability, and risk management Marketing and sales Project management and scheduling Carpentry; concrete; swimming pool installation; waterproofing a basement; excavation; insulation work; masonry work; painting and decorating; roofing; siding and gutters; screen or storm sash insulation; tile and marble work; or house wrecking Accounting and safekeeping for monies received from a customer, including the requirements of a building contract fund (MCL 570.151) Accounting, finance, and taxes Personnel management Communication and customer service Environmental or land use analysis Life safety “Green” building Zoning and governance policies and procedures Mold, lead, asbestos, or other hazardous material mitigation
State of Michigan (LARA) Education Provider #372
Other Topics Courses and activities must be relevant to the licensed occupation and may include any of the following: Business management, estimating, and job costing Design and building science Contracts, liability, and risk management Marketing and sales Project management and scheduling Carpentry; concrete; swimming pool installation; waterproofing a basement; excavation; insulation work; masonry work; painting and decorating; roofing; siding and gutters; screen or storm sash insulation; tile and marble work; or house wrecking Accounting and safekeeping for monies received from a customer, including the requirements of a building contract fund (MCL 570.151) Accounting, finance, and taxes Personnel management Communication and customer service Environmental or land use analysis Life safety “Green” building Zoning and governance policies and procedures Mold, lead, asbestos, or other hazardous material mitigation
How Many Hours Do You Need? The number of continuing competency hours required for the 2014 & 2015 license renewal depends on the issuance date of your license: If you were licensed PRIOR to December 31, 2008, you are required to have completed the following per three (3) year cycle by your license expiration date: One (1) hour covering building codes and laws related to the licensed occupation. One (1) hour covering safety. One (1) hour covering changes in construction and business management laws. If you were licensed AFTER to January 1, 2009, you are required to have completed the following by your license expiration date: Three (3) hours minimum of continuing competency per year during the first six (6) years of license issuance. A total of twenty-one (21) hours per three (3) year cycle by your license expiration date for that cycle consisting of: o One (1) hour covering building codes and laws related to the licensed occupation o One (1) hour covering safety. o One (1) hour covering changes in construction and business management laws. o Eighteen (18) additional hours covering "other topics".
Courses Avaliable
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State of Michigan (LARA) Education Provider #372
Other Topics Courses and activities must be relevant to the licensed occupation and may include any of the following: Business management, estimating, and job costing Design and building science Contracts, liability, and risk management Marketing and sales Project management and scheduling Carpentry; concrete; swimming pool installation; waterproofing a basement; excavation; insulation work; masonry work; painting and decorating; roofing; siding and gutters; screen or storm sash insulation; tile and marble work; or house wrecking Accounting and safekeeping for monies received from a customer, including the requirements of a building contract fund (MCL 570.151) Accounting, finance, and taxes Personnel management Communication and customer service Environmental or land use analysis Life safety “Green” building Zoning and governance policies and procedures Mold, lead, asbestos, or other hazardous material mitigation
How Many Hours Do You Need? The number of continuing competency hours required for the 2014 & 2015 license renewal depends on the issuance date of your license: If you were licensed PRIOR to December 31, 2008, you are required to have completed the following per three (3) year cycle by your license expiration date: One (1) hour covering building codes and laws related to the licensed occupation. One (1) hour covering safety. One (1) hour covering changes in construction and business management laws. If you were licensed AFTER to January 1, 2009, you are required to have completed the following by your license expiration date: Three (3) hours minimum of continuing competency per year during the first six (6) years of license issuance. A total of twenty-one (21) hours per three (3) year cycle by your license expiration date for that cycle consisting of: o One (1) hour covering building codes and laws related to the licensed occupation o One (1) hour covering safety. o One (1) hour covering changes in construction and business management laws. o Eighteen (18) additional hours covering "other topics".
Courses Avaliable