Fri, Mar 08|
Online CCLEP Builder & Homeowner Workshop
Time & Location
Mar 08, 2024, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
About the event
CCLEP Builders, Contractors, Remodelers, Roofers, & Homeowners Continuing Education Event - ONLINE March 8 | 8:30am-4:30pm | Online - Live Presenter: Rum River Consulting 7 hours CEU's includes | 1-hour Business | 1-hour Energy
Cook County Local Energy Project is excited to host this workshop on best construction practices and codes for residential construction. Rum River will be presenting the 2024 Building Blocks - Code Talk. Topics Include Tall Walls/Braced Walls, 2024 MN law & compliance changes, employee challenges, I-9 updates, scope and applicability of administration of MN Energy code. Rum River works to provide excellent training opportunities to ensure construction methods meet standards for a safe, durable, and energy-efficient building. Presentation materials are backed by the adopted Minnesota State Building Code.
Anyone who works with residential construction is encouraged to attend. We also strongly encourage any homeowner who is thinking about building a home to attend this workshop to learn more about the home-building process and codes.
This course is also open to all builder professionals and interested persons who do not need continuing education credits.
Residential builders (QB), remodelers (QC), and roofers (QR) need to have completed 14 hours of appropriate continuing education credits by the time they start to renew their licenses. Since licenses are renewed every two years, you have two years to complete the courses. Many residential building contractor and remodeler business licenses expire on March 31, 2024. Renew
Look up your completed continuing education credits:
- Search for your name or license/certification number https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/lookup2/licensing.aspx
- Click on “Detail” next to your record. Click on “View Details” next to the “CE Status” field.
- Enter your license number (including the two-letter prefix) and the last four digits of your Social Security Number and click “Submit.”
- The results include information about each CE course you have completed.
CCLEP (Cook County Local Energy Project) is a local 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that aims to guide Cook County away from our reliance on fossil fuels and toward energy independence with renewable energies, workforce development, and community education to strengthen our local economy. CCLEP programs focus on getting our community the resources they need for their energy efficiency projects like solar, home weatherization, climate-friendly heating, and more.
Thank you to the Lloyd K Johnson Foundation and Cook County Community Fund for their support of this training.