Florida Contractors 14 – Hour Bundle Online

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Florida Contractors 14-Hour Bundle
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Our 14-hour bundle includes ALL of the Florida courses. In addition, our 14-hour bundle includes 1 hour of Wind Mitigation Methodologies.

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1. Florida Contractor Renewal Essentials (5 CE Hours)

CILB Course Number CRS12269

The FL Contractor RenewalEssentials is a modern learning tool for licensee’s preparing to renew their construction licenses. This course contains the essential hours of business practices, wind mitigation, laws and rules, workers’ compensation, and workplace safety. This course is tailored to the needs of online students. It is designed to: make it easy for students to learn the material, prepare students for numerous career applications, and stress practical skills and knowledge. The following subjects will be covered in this course:

Business Practices: begins by defining ethics, then proceeds to discuss the importance of ethics in the workplace in order to protect people and the profession. Concludes with identifying ethical professional responsibilities.

Wind Mitigation: summarizes the need for wind mitigation, identifies wind-related risks, identifies levels of protection for residential buildings, and covers the steps for evaluation existing home for retrofit.

Laws & Rules: refreshes knowledge on the administrative rules that govern the Florida construction industry. This section reviews disciplinary guidelines including: penalty ranges for rule violations, consequences of repeat violations and mitigating/aggravating circumstances, citations, and notices of noncompliance.

Workers’ Compensation: begins by explaining the benefits of a drug-free workplace, identifies how a drug-free workplace can save money for the employer, lists the steps for becoming a State of Florida, Workers’ Compensation Drug-free Workplace, and emphasizes the importance of educating employees on the hazards of drug use in the workplace.

Workplace Safety: The last section of this course will summarize changes to OSHA’s standard for crane and derrick safety. Frequently asked questions will be answered regarding employer responsibility, equipment that is covered under OSHA’s standard will be identified, and key terms will be defined.

2. Existing Building & Energy Efficiency: Advanced Building CodeCourse (2 CE Hours)

CILB Course Number CRS12203

Existing Building & Energy Conservation: An Advanced Building Code Course discusses many highlights and changes from the previous Florida Building Code 5th Edition. The Existing Building & Energy Conservation: An Advanced Building Code Course is provided in accordance with the requirements of the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) for the required Advanced Florida Building Code Module. This course is designed to cover some of the most significant changes from the 5th Edition to the 6th Edition of the Code.

This course will provide design professionals with practical information on the 2017 Florida Building Code. Upon completion of this course, participants will understand some of the changes made to the 2017 Florida Building Code, Existing Building as well as the 2017 Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation. These changes include, but are not limited to: roof diaphragms, replacement windows, fire-resistance ratings, daylight responsive controls, zone isolation, and heated water supply piping.

3. Safe Rooms: Protection from Extreme Wind (4 CE Hours)

CILB Course Number CRS12268

The 4-hour Safe Rooms: Protection from Extreme Wind course is a modern learning tool for licensees preparing to renew their construction licenses. This course is intended to raise the awareness and understanding of having a safe room built for a home or small business to protect family or employees from injury or death caused by the dangerous forces of extreme winds.

Upon completion of this course, the student will understand how to design and build a safe room for a home or small business. The student will also know how to construct a safe room with design options including safe rooms located underneath, in the basement, in the garage, or in an interior room of a new home or small business. Finally, the student will be able to assess high risk areas, and how quickly a person can reach safe shelter during extreme winds. The student will also be able to determine the level of safety to provide and the cost of a safe room.

4. Insulated Concrete Forms: A Cost Benefit Analysis (3 CE Hours)

CILB Course Number CRS12267

The 3-hour Insulated Concrete Form: A Cost Benefit Analysis course is a modern learning tool for licensees preparing to renew their construction licenses. This course examines the concept of assessing that the value of something is as much an art as it is a science. This observation is particularly true of decision relate to a new home purchase. Regardless of the method to determine value, a homebuyer, builder, or designer should make informed decisions about house construction options. This guide provides for that need by evaluating the costs and benefits of using Insulating Concrete Forms (ICF) in the construction of a home or other similar buildings.

Upon completion of this course, the student will have an understanding of the costs and benefits of using Insulated Concrete Forms in residential construction. The student will also be able to provide objective information on the cost of typical ICF home construction relative to standard housing construction. The student will be able to compile credible information on the benefits of ICF construction relative to standard home construction, and finally the student will be able to evaluate and compare cost benefits of ICF and wood-frame house construction based on gathered data.