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Receive 1 Hour CE Credit

Join this course to learn how to handle the people part of your business.

Topics that will be focused on:

  • Compliance
  • How to Hire the Best Employee(s)
  • Holding Employees Accountable
  • Reward, Retention, and Succession
Residential builders (QB), remodelers (QC), and roofers (QR) need to have completed 14 hours of appropriate continuing education credits by the time they start to renew their license. Since licenses are renewed every two years, you have two years to complete the courses. Licenses that are renewing this year:
12 CE Appropriate and Related Knowledge in Residential Construction + 1 CE Energy Code Instruction + 1 CE Business Management Instruction = 14 CE’s

To make sure that Cook County contractors renewing their licenses can meet these expectations, three options are provided:

A. 7 – hour Weatherization & Energy course includes 1 hour of energy code instruction
B. 1 – hour course for business management instruction
C. Alternative Courses

OPTION A: Weatherization & Energy 7 Hour Course
7 Hour Video Course Includes 1 hour Energy Code

Call to register & receive a discount: Steve Cerone 231-683-1995

Give yourself the edge in the growing market in renewable energy building by adding efficiency through solar and wind energy. While we can’t be in person this year CCLEP is still dedicated to helping you complete your training. We worked with Cook County Higher Education to create this course for you, PLUS we are giving you a discount.

OPTION B: Builder’s 1 HR Business Course
Receive 1 Hour CE Credit (Approval Pending)

Date/Time: March 10th 4pm-5pm
Presenter: Rovena Claxton MA, SHRM-SCP HR VP/Director/Consultant
Cost: $20
Join this course to learn how to handle the people part of your business.
Topics that will be focused on:

  • Compliance
  • How to Hire the Best Employee(s)
  • Holding Employees Accountable
  • Reward, Retention, and Succession
OPTION C: Alternative Courses
If after looking up your completed credits and you find that you need something different this year there are many classes online at https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/ccldcecourses/ to help you gain your continuing education credits!
LAST YEAR (February 2020): 
If you are using your continuing education credits from the class organized by CCLEP that you took at Cook County Higher Education in February 2020, you have 6 hours of “Non-Code” and 1 hour of “energy” registered with the state.
1. Search for your name or license/certification number.
Click on “Detail” next to your record. Click on “View Details” next to the “CE Status” field.
Enter your license number (including the two-letter prefix) and the last four digits of your Social Security Number and click “Submit.”
The results include information about each CE course you have completed.

Registration Details:

  • Immediately after registering you will receive the Zoom link in an email titled Your CCHE Registration Details, please save this email.
  • If you are having technical issues joining this event please call 952-237-3517 for assistance.
  • To ensure that cost is not a barrier we are offering two scholarship options – choose your level:
    • 50% off scholarship, enter the following code at checkout: scholarship50
    • 100% off scholarship, enter the following code at checkout:  scholarship100


Rovena Claxton, MA, SHRM-SCP HR VP/Director/Consultant

Claxton holds degrees in Education and in Human Resource Development from the University of Missouri and Webster University and has done post-graduate work in Cornell University’s Industrial and Labor Relations program. Her career has been spent in all aspects of the Human Resource and Organization Development profession where she has held roles as Vice President of Organization Development with Memorial Blood Centers in St. Paul, Minnesota, as Sr. Director of Human Resources with Mercy Health Partners, and as a Human Resource Director with Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. Prior to her healthcare experiences, she worked in multiple manufacturing plants where she was the Field HR and Safety Manager. Ms. Claxton has been a volunteer with the Minnesota Performance Excellence program as a trained state Baldrige Examiner and has served as a volunteer mentor with the Racial Justice Project of the Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches.


Cook County Local Energy Project (CCLEP)

CCLEPt is a local response to the worldwide transition away from fossil fuel-based energy sources. In August 2009, CCLEP received its 501c3 non-profit designation. CCLEP has worked on a variety of energy projects including renewable energy solar installations, wind studies, and energy efficiency and energy education programs. A comprehensive Cook County and Grand Marais Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy Plan was completed in 2012. www.cookcountylocalenergy.org

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March 10
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm CST
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