Contractor University, the education program of the Builders Association of the Twin Cities, has launched an online course in addition to its popular in-person class offerings.
Its first online course, New Home Construction from Permit Application to Final Inspection, has been certified by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry and counts toward seven contractor and building official education credit hours in Minnesota, including energy credit.
Peter Kulczyk, principal of Green Code Knowledge and Housing Industry News contributor, teaches the course that covers the construction process for a single-family home in Minnesota under the 2015 Minnesota Residential Code and 2015 Minnesota Energy Code.
Participants will go in-depth on the permit process, plan review, alternative materials and the inspection of the footings, foundations, waterproofing, foundation insulation options, framing, water-resistive barriers, exterior envelope, wall and attic insulation materials, vapor retarders, interior air barriers, thermal barriers, unvented roofs, emergency escape and rescue, roofing materials, guards, means of egress, emergency escape and rescue, wood-plastic composite materials and interior finishes.
Unlike in-person courses, participants will have 180 days to complete the course after launching. The cost for the course is $98. Members of the Builders Association of the Twin Cities can get a special member rate of $78.
Learn more at http://www.contractoru.com/