February 13, 2014 Watertown MA CSL Continuing Education Class
This Class Good For 6 Credits


"Core CEU Requirements for MA CSL License Holders"

Those with Specialty licenses will get all the credits they need at this one day class!

CSL Classes at Sterritt Lumber The Contractor Coaching Partnership 

Sponsored By Sterritt Lumber

Brought To You By Shawn McCadden And The Contractor Coaching Partnership

MA CSL Credits

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

Sterritt Lumber, 10 Wheeler Ct., Watertown MA

All Day Workshop: Registration starts at 7:30AM, Class 8AM - 3PM

Coffee, Pastries and Lunch Included!

Cost $179.00/person for one day 6 Credit Class.

Note: Pair this class with another full day class and get 12 credits for just $295.00!

This one day class produces 6 CEU's including all 5 required topic categories

Class #CS-7804, Coordinator #CD-0078

Instructor: Mark Paskell

By completing this class you will receive the 5 core required topics and one elective. Those with Specialty licenses will get all the credits they need at this one day class.

Specialty Licenses include:
Roofing, Window and Siding, Insulation, Masonry, Demolition and Fuel Burning


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"Core CEU Requirements for MA CSL License Holders"

This Class will include the following MA CSL CEU Categories and Topics:

Setting upm QuickBooks for ContractorsBusiness (1 hour):

Learn about and understand; How to get started using QuickBooks or a similar financial software program in your business. How to organize your business financials and your QuickBooks Company file so you will know whether you are making or losing money.  

Elective: Simplifying and Getting Your Bookkeeping Done (1 hour):

Simple strategy and office procedures your business can use to successfully delegate bookkeeping and QuickBooks activities to a part time bookkeeper so you can get back to work and earning more money.

OSHA for contractorsSafety (1 hour):

Learn about and understand; Ladder safety, Tool safety considerations, OSHA Fall Protection considerations, and considerations for working in hot and cold weather, Considerations when working alone.

Energy (1 hour):

Learn about and understand; Insulating considerations and product type options, vapor barriers and air barriers, R-Value and U-Value ratings and considerations, condensation causes and considerations, energy efficiency options for glass and for existing windows.

Lead (1 hour):

Learn about and understand; MA Deleading and Lead-Safe Renovation Regulations that affect your work, who needs a license and who doesn’t, worker safety considerations, lead-safe work practices that help limit the creation of dust and protect your customers.

MA HIC Information for contractorsCode (1 hour):

Learn about the MA HIC regulations; Business and work types that require HIC registration, important marketing considerations, contract requirements and considerations, how and why to take advantage of the arbitration options, the importance of start and finish dates, payment schedule considerations


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