New Mexico 16 Hour Mechanical Journeyman Package
- 16 Hour Course
- 4.8 51 Reviews
AYPO offers this 16-hour course to meet all of your CE requirements for the state of New Mexico, so you can get it done easily.
The first 8-hour class presents every significant change to the 2018 International Mechanical Code. The goal is to help working HVAC Contractors understand the intent as well the specifics of the revisions made to the 2018 IMC in order to better explain, supervise, and coordinate with building officials.
The second section of the course will look at subjects that will help you improve your skills as a businessperson, and protect your business from unnecessary risk.
We'll start this with a primer on digital marketing, or internet marking. We'll talk about how this type of marketing works, why it's so important to understand, and why you can't afford to ignore it. The lesson will also contain pointers and first steps to get started in digital marketing.
After that, we'll spend some time covering project management. Many construction-related companies ignore the importance of efficient project management, which ultimately drives up cost. We'll talk about some simple systems to use to improve project management, and therefore your costs. Next, we'll cover estimating and job-costing. This is another area that can vastly improve company profits when performed correctly.
Our final section in the course will cover the risks that may be encountered in the construction industry. It's important to understand these risks fully in order to implement and effective risk-management plan and limit your exposure to liability.
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- Approved By: New Mexico Mechanical Division
Reggie Hucks is an Inspection Services Administrator for High Point, NC. He has also served as the Code Administrator for Brunswick County and is a Level 3 Mechanical, Building, and Plumbing Inspector. He also is a certified mechanical contractor in North Carolina.