Construction Continuing Education

Essential for all persons in the building trades from salespeople to rough carpenters to painters, each person attending will take away new, applicable knowledge about their role in the construction process. These courses have been approved by the State of Wisconsin for continuing education as indicated.

Upcoming Classes:

A “Think Safe” Jobsite 
Hundreds of workers are killed in the U.S. each month. Construction accidents and fatalities are real, they happen, and they can be serious. This course is designed for all employees in the construction workforce from office staff to field workers. It is intended to make each attendee an active part of a safety culture on all job sites from large to small. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to enact safe practices on the jobsite, cut costs, reduce injury, and eliminate worry. Approved by State of WI for four hours of credit for Dwelling Contractor Qualifier.

CRN Date Time Location
20815 Monday, October 5, 2020 5:30-9:30 p.m. Fond du Lac Campus, B-127
20818 Monday, December 7, 2020 5:30-9:30 p.m. West Bend Campus, T-117

$50 (62 & over $36.11) per person

Personality Matters: Better Communication 
Expert communication between construction professionals and others on the job site is essential for successful project completion. Construction tradespeople interact with onsite supervisors and project managers, as well as expediters, bookkeepers, and designers, to name a few. Successfully communicating with others requires clear and efficient communication tailored to the needs of all those involved. Learn how personality impacts the construction process. Approved by State of WI for 4 hours of credit for Dwelling Contractor Qualifier.

CRN Date Time Location
20816 Wednesday, December 2, 2020 5:30-9:30 p.m. West Bend Campus, S-112

$50 (62 & over $36.11) per person

Civility and Communications
This course seeks to promote civility and equality at the work site. Students will learn about the impact of stress, aggression, violence, and incivility on themselves and other workers. Awareness of non-traditional populations on the jobsite, proper management of personnel, well-being, and enhanced productive communication among stakeholders will be discussed. Approved by State of WI for 4 hours of credit for Dwelling Contractor Qualifier.

CRN Date Time Location
20819 Wednesday, December 9, 2020 5:30-9:30 p.m. West Bend Campus, S-112

$50 (62 & over $36.11) per person

Construction Blueprint Reading
Introduces the skills required to read and interpret building trade-related blueprints. Incorporates sketching, interpretation of symbols and line identification. Provides experience in reading plans in both residential and light commercial construction, as well as interpreting specification.

CRN Date Time Location
20820 Monday & Wednesday, December 14-16, 2020 5:30-9:30 p.m. West Bend Campus, T-117

$99 (62 & over $71.22) per person

Register now by calling 920-924-3207 or 1-800-472-4554.

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