The following courses have been approved by the MA. Department of Public Safety to meet the Continuing Education requirements for unlimited CSL holders:
“Hazard Communication & Chemical Safety”
“2012 IECC Residential Provisions”
While the requirement is for 12 credit hours each of these classes are 8 hours and must be attended in full. You may register now online. Locations and seating is limited. Participants should bring their CSL card with them to class!
National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) is a national celebration that offers leaders in business, labor, education, and other critical partners a chance to demonstrate their support for apprenticeship. NAW also gives apprenticeship sponsors the opportunity to showcase their programs, facilities, and apprentices in their community. The week-long event highlights the benefits of apprenticeship in preparing a highly-skilled workforce to meet the talent needs of employers across diverse industries.
40 Hour HAZWOPER will run Monday-Friday beginning September 18th in Millbury. Class begins promptly at 7am. Tardy attendees will not be admitted by the CPWR instructors. Register on line through this website.
NECTF has secured approval for the next round of CSL Continuing Education courses. These classes will be posted for registration at several locations beginning in August. Unrestricted licensees will need to complete the (3) courses below to renew:
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
As has been explained in the past: the renewal requirements are for 12 “credit hours not 12 “classroom” hours. Each class must be completed in entirety to receive the certificate from the NECTF. See the MA. Dept. of Public Safety for further details.