Oregon Construction Contractor Prelicense Bronze Workbook
This comprehensive 16-hour home study course satisfies the state requirement for education to receive your Construction Contractor license. The topic areas covered are: Construction Contractors Board (CCB); Employer requirements and employees' rights; Contract law; Oregon construction lien law; Taxes, record keeping and business practices; Project management; Building codes; Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division; and Oregon environmental law.
Oregon Construction Contractor Prelicense Gold Workbook
ProSchools' Gold packages give you an edge as a contractor, giving you the tools needed to establish and maintain a successful contractor business. Included with the Home Study program, you will receive the Construction Master PRO, an advanced construction-math calculator for all building professionals. It's the most powerful and advanced construction-math calculator ever developed, plus it's easy to use. Get the job done right the first time with fast, accurate solutions to all your construction problems. Perfect for completing bids, estimates and layouts. Save time, money, materials and frustration! Includes calculator, workbook and study guide. Plus, you will get the best-selling book for contractors, "The Construction Entrepreneur" by RJ Lanthier. This book will take you inside the walls of construction administration, providing clear financial management guidance on how to manage a construction company from different levels.
|Construction Master Pro Calculator
Save time, money, materials and frustrations! The Construction Master Pro, an advanced construction-math calculator, will help you get the job done right the first time with fast, accurate solutions to all your construction problems. Perfect for completing bids, estimates, and layouts.
|The Construction Entrepreneur
The Construction Entrepreneur is for serious entrepreneurs who are currently involved in or are considering owning and/or managing a construction business. Whether a construction company is just starting out or getting over the ?small company? hurdle, this book will provide the comfort and confidence needed by an owner or manager to understand the competitive, complex, and interesting construction business. This book does not pertain to construction details, equipment, materials, or tools, but will take the reader inside the walls of construction administration, provide clear financial management guidance and how to manage a construction company from different levels of a company.