SEBC Offers Florida Contractors 14 Hours of Continuing Education
Since the state of Florida instituted continuing education requirements more than 20 years ago, licensed contractors have turned to the Florida Home Builders Association-sponsored Southeast Building Conference (SEBC) for their 14 hours of mandatory credits. And this year, as certified contractors come up for license renewal on August 31, 2012, the SEBC once again offers a cost-effective way for licensees to gets the CEUs they need. SEBC offers 3 registration packages: One Day $69; Two Day $99 and Three Day $149.
Scheduled July 26-28 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, SEBC is structured so that contractors can get their eight general hours and six specialty hours of CEUs in a two-day period (July 26-27 or July 27-28). The specialty hours include workers comp, job site safety, laws & rules, business practices, wind mitigation, and advanced building code. FHBA is a Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB) continuing education provider (No. 0000916).
In addition to continuing education, SEBC offers tracks of practical training in Green Building, LEED certification, sales, marketing, architecture, management, technology, remodeling, and multi-family… all presented by the nation’s leading experts.
Of special interest to Florida contractors, SEBC is hosting a forum on unlicensed activity on Friday, July 27, with the goal to seek legislative and regulatory remedies to a problem that plagues everyone in the industry.
For more on SEBC, or to register, go to www.sebcshow.com.