Sign up to take care of your continuing education in 2021 with the HBA of F-M! Register before Dec. 31 and get our early rate. In-person (limited capacity) and virtual options available.
instructed by Ben Doyle, Minnesota State Community and Technical College
instructed by Moorhead Building Official Jack Nyberg and Attorney Jeff Gunkelman
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This course is approved for 8 hours of interactive lecture for continuing education in Minnesota (and other states) for all electrical licenses. The subject matter includes changes found in the 2020 edition of the National Electrical Code as they pertain to topics covered in the Power Limited Technician exam. This includes, but is not limited to,
Instructor Ben Doyle is with Minnesota State Community and Technical College. He teaches customized, non-credit classes in maintenance, electrical and safety for M State Workforce Development Solutions, as well as credit- based classes for maintenance and electrical programs.
Doyle has associate’s degrees in agriculture resources technology, electrical construction and liberal arts. His past experience includes work in commercial, residential, industrial and agriculture industries and encompasses drafting, design, estimation, heavy equipment operation and commercial driving.
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Ever wonder what your building official is really thinking, like you’re in a comic strip and everyone has thought bubbles? Here’s your chance!
HBA of F-M’s Education Committee welcomes Moorhead Building Official Jack Nyberg to instruct the Association’s Minnesota Continuing Education classes. He brings over 20 years of experience in the field, sharing direction, insights, opinions, and much more on exterior walls, plumbing, HVAC, decks, energy code and Minnesota code provisions. The last thing Jack wants is bored attendees! Fair warning: the candy may fly. Bring your questions, concerns and issues in the field, or you might take a Snickers in the nose. Don’t worry though, they’ll be fun-size.
In addition to satisfying the required 1 credit of energy, this day includes 1 business management credit. You’ll get a licensing rundown by Jack, a topic that can be a head-scratcher when trying to determine who needs what in the land of 10,000 lakes. Kennelly Business Law Attorney Jeff Gunkelman will take the candy bowl to cover an overview of contract law in Minnesota, outlining scope of work, payment terms, change orders, construction lien notices, plus more.