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NEW Series A Discount Package 1 – (5 credits)

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This Package, plus the Business courses*, provides all the Series A credits you will need to renew your license. It consists of a sequence of videos making it easy to complete your CCB education requirements online.

This Series A Package covers up-to-date information in four topic areas:

  • Oregon Energy Code
  • Radon Mitigation as required by Code
  • Understanding Your Surety Bond
  • OSHA Jurisdiction and Common Violations
  • * You will also need the 3 Business Law course, available only from the CCB.
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NEW Series A Discount Package 2 – (5 credits)

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This Package, plus the Business courses*, provides all the Series A credits you will need to renew your license. It consists of a sequence of videos making it easy to complete your CCB education requirements online.

This Series A Package covers up-to-date information in four topic areas:

  • Construction Law
  • Surety Fundamentals
  • Common OSHA Violations
  • Growing your Business Through Social Media
  • * You will also need the 3 Business Law course, available only from the CCB.
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NEW Series B Package – Building Science (8 credits)

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For contractors who have had their license for less than 6 years.This Series B Package satisfies the requirement for all 8 hours of Series B continuing education electives for contractors who have held a CCB license for less than 6 years. Easy to access, easy to watch and packed with the latest techniques in building science.This Series B Package includes classes on:

  • Designing for the Future
  • Durability and Water Management
  • Thermodynamics
  • Building Fundamentals
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Construction Law

2 Hours Series A Credit

This informative course on Residential Construction Law covers three construction specific topics including Green Projects.

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  • Instructor: William Joseph, Partner, Dunn Carney Allen Higgins and Tongue LLP

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Making Sense of the Energy Code

2 Hours Series A Credit

This course provides a review of the Oregon Residential Specialty Code Chapter 11 requirements for energy efficiency.

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Mastering Sales and Marketing for Small Business

2 Hours Series A Credit

This course is an exercise in identifying the most effective ways to market your company, products and services and even yourself.

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  • Instructor: Sherry Jordan, Northwest Coaching Group

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OSHA Jurisdiction and Top 10 Safety Violations

1 Hour Series A Credit

Don’t be left unaware! This informative course reviews OSHA’s inspection jurisdiction. Even if you have no employees, some OSHA rules may still apply.

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  • Instructor: David Davidson, Oregon Home Builders Association

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Understanding Your Surety Bond

1 Hour Series A Credit

You will learn everything you need to know about surety bonds including how to save money on your next bond purchase!

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  • Instructor: Corban Enns, Surety Solutions

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Using Social Media to Grow Your Business

1 Hour Series A Credit

Go where your customers are! Social Media is the #1 activity on the internet. One out of every 7 minutes spent online is spent on Facebook. If you’re not using Social Media to grow your business, you’re missing out!

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  • Instructor: Tim Fahndrich, Third River Marketing

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Lead Safe Renovation, Repair & Painting (RRP) Course

5 Credits – Series B Approved Course

For anyone who does work for compensation on homes or child occupied facilities built prior to 1978. Under new EPA rules, contractors performing work that disturbs paint in homes built prior to 1978 must be certified in lead safe work practices. This course meets part of the requirement for EPA Lead Paint Renovator training.

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Building Science Fundamentals

3 Hours Series B Credit

For contractors and people in the building industry interested in building better, more durable homes.

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Complying with OSHA Safety Meeting/Committee Requirements

1 Hour Series B Credit

This course will teach you how to comply with Oregon-OSHA’s Safety Committees and Safety Meetings rule. It will also provide you with resources to use in meeting the requirements of the rule.

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Designing for the Future (NEW)

2 Hours Series B Credit

This presentation will cover the building science essentials of how buildings function in relation to building codes and energy efficiency standards.

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Durability & Water Management

2 Hours Series B Credit

For construction contractors, designers, architects, and building officials. This course covers climate specific detailing essentials in constructing durable, long lasting homes. Flashing, moisture dynamics, current products and practices will all be outlined and detailed.

  • Instructor: Mark LaLiberte

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Radon Mitigation for New Construction

1 Hour Series B Credit

This course provides an in depth review of the requirements for radon resistant construction as detailed in the Oregon Residential Specialty Code appendix F.

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Thermodynamics, Air Sealing, and R-Values

2 Hours Series B Credit

For construction contractors, designers, architects, and building officials. This course covers the physics of heat-flow and the effects on the house system when homes are built tighter.

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Building Exterior Shell Training (BEST)

3 Hours Core Credit

This course is not approved for Series A or B credit. It is only for licenses with renewal dates prior to 2014. For contractors and people in the building industry interested in building better, more durable homes.

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Moisture Management: Complying with the Exterior Wall Envelope Requirements

2 Hours Core Codes Credit

This course is not approved for Series A or B credit. It is only for licenses with renewal dates prior to 2014. For anyone interested in the details of Oregon Residential Specialty Code R703.1

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