CE Class - Land Use & Construction: Why It Matters to Pay Attention - 4 Hour Elective
On September 2nd, the Wilmington-Cape Fear HBA will be offering an in-person CE course option that will cover the 4-hour elective requirement that licensed general contractors are required to complete under G.S. 87-10.2
This class will be offered In-Person.
Land Use and Construction Why it Matters to Pay Attention
4 Hour CE Elective In-Person Course
Provider: Wilmington-Cape Fear Home Builders Association
Instructor: Cameron Moore, EO
This course is designed to showcase the many similarities between Land Use & Construction and why it matters to really pay attention when constructing a new structure. Many contractors start a new build with the tried and true requirements of the North Carolina Building Code. In this course, we focus on what could be a different approach and study the mechanics of zoning to make sure you get off to a good footing. Upon completion of this course, students will have a better understanding of Zoning Ordinances lot-specific dimensional requirements including yard, setbacks, and height, and how it relates to the construction of the residential structures. We will also examine two case studies that showcase what we have learned in this course and how it is applied in a real-world scenario.
PLEASE READ THE REGISTRATION FORM IN ITS ENTIRETY We will be offering this 4 hours elective CE Class with In-person instruction. The maximum number of people will be set at 35 class registrations and is on a first come first serve basis.
This class will start at exactly 8:30 AM and run from 8:30 AM till 12:30 AM. Though the class begins at 8:30 AM, registration will begin at 7:30 AM. You must arrive and be fully registered and accounted for before the CE Class begins at 8:30 AM.
PLEASE COMPLETE THE REQUIRED REGISTRATION FIELDS BEFORE CHECKOUT
$75 for members or $110 for non-members - This fee covers your NCLBGC Fee as well. Please note that there is one transaction per class registration.
To complete the registration you must have your qualifier ID to register. Please note that your qualifier ID is not your General Contractors License. Click here to get your qualifier ID.