This course (course ID: 20190357 and 20190334 ) has been approved by the State of Minnesota to provide residential contractors in Minnesota with seven hours of continuing education credit, which satisfies the Energy code and Business Management requirement for Residential Contractors.
A segment of the course content will talk about safety on the construction site. This portion of the course will cover the safety standards of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), common job-site hazards, and safety practices that can be employed by contractors.
A segment of this course will examine strategies for planning and managing construction projects.
A segment of this course will discuss professionalism and what it means to be a professional.
A segment of this course will look at contracts. Specifically, we will talk about the contracts that are used by contractors in the course of business.
A segment of this course will explore construction techniques involving bricks and concrete.
A segment of this course will discuss the state’s energy code and the associated administrative rules.
This course contains two incremental exams which are designed to help students understand and retain the information that is presented.
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- Approved By: Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry
Mike Melvin, owner of At Your Pace Online, LLC, is the instructor and industry expert for many of our courses. In addition to his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration from Ottawa University, Kansas, Mike has owned, operated, and worked for numerous construction companies. Mike's relevant construction experience includes framing, concrete construction, foundations, and roofing. As the current owner and an approved lead instructor for At Your Pace Online, he teaches multiple courses pertaining to construction and business. With over fifteen years of experience in the industry, Mike combines his proven understanding of teaching online education with the practical and academic industry knowledge needed by our students, to allow them to complete their courses and get back to the job site.