CSL Continuing Education Classes
The NECTF has received approval from the Board of Building Regulations and Standards to offer CSL Continuing Education classes.
The classes offered to fulfill this requirement are: CS-6104 Accessibility & Barrier Free Construction: 521 CMR This is an (8) hour course from the ITC that has been approved for (6) credit hours as follows:
Code Review (4) hours
Business Practices (1)hour
Elective (1) hour
CS-6106 Hot Works Safety This is a (4) hour course approved for Workplace Safety (4) credit hours. *If you have previously taken this course you will have a certificate available in Dorchester for your pick up.
CS-6107 Transition to 9th Edition and Energy Code This is a (6) hour course approved for renewal as follows:
Code Review (3) hours.
Energy Review (3) hours.
For further information regarding your CSL renewal please visit: http://www.mass.gov/eopss/consumer-prot-and-bus-lic/license-type/csl/construction-supervisor-license.html
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