Michigan 10 hour Carpentry Online Course in HD Video
This 10 hour Professional Development course can be applied towards your 21 hours of Continuing Education or used to enhance and improve your business.
Do you enjoy working with your hands and the satisfaction that comes from craftsmanship? As homes continue to be built and existing homes are upgraded and
repaired, the need for qualified carpenters will continue to increase. You will find the coursework for carpentry and construction to be pretty straightforward, including the following topics, Proper tool use and safety, Proper use of materials, How to measure, cut, drill, fasten, and finish materials, and Essential construction principles in dry wall, flooring, doors and windows, trim.
It is the only HD video continuing education course available in the state of Michigan. Watch the course anytime anywhere including on your mobile device.
The 10 hour online Professional Development Course includes:
- HD Video Content
- 10 hours of Carpentry
- Course Completion Certificate for 10 credit hours of Continuing Education
- Access to the course through the internet
You may complete this online course at your convenience. Once you have completed the course you will be issued your completion certificate.
Licensed on or after January 1, 2009?
As part of the law that was enacted in 2008, all contractors that were licensed on or after January 1, 2009 are required to complete 21 hours of continuing education each license renewal cycle. After completion of the required 3 hour course consisting of 1 hour of Code, 1 hour of Safety and 1 hour of Law and Legal changes you may choose the courses you would like to fulfill the remaining 18 credit hours required. This course can be utilized to satisfy part of the 18 hour of additional credits required. We are licensed by the State of Michigan to host these courses.
Book Required to Renew your Michigan Builders License
law now requires you to have a current copy of the Michigan Residential Code
book to renew your license. The Michigan Residential Code 2009 is the most
current version available. If you do not have a Michigan Residential Code book, you may add one to your
order by clicking on "Add" for the code book shown to the left under related products. You will be able to choose your shipping options during checkout.