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New Contractors Law and Business Course


Posted on 12/17/2017

 Contractors Law And Business Course

Our Law and Business Course has been completely updated and revised!

The new course features:

Updated look and Format All laws and regulations updated for the current Law Exam Expanded from 4 to 6 chapters New Chapter on Private and Public Works contracts New chapter on Operations Management, including a step-by-step walkthrough of the Estimating and Bidding process Simplified language and explanations throughout the course

The new course Manual includes:

BNI Building News forms such as the Prime Construction Contract and Mechanics Lien Federal Forms such as W-2 and I-9 Fill-in exercises located throughout the manual for easy review  Latest multiple-choice Practice Test questions 


New Audio (CD) and Video (DVD) Lectures now include:

4 DVDs and 7 CDs with over seven hours of instruction from the Industry Experts

Jonathan Corbett - License Consultant, General Building Contractor Tim Hannan - Construction Lawyer Pat Crowl - Labor Lawyer Jerry Nelson - Business Consultant, Project Manager 


At Freedom Business School, we offer Exam Preparation courses for Law and Business Management and all Trade Classifications you can apply for and be licensed in California. You can find the list of these trades on our website at  
https://www.freedombusinessschool.com/Scripts/specialty_class.asp

Our Trade courses cover such topics as Math Review, General Trade knowledge, Health and Safety. Additional topics such as Basic Electrical Knowledge, Basic HVAC, Basic Math and Architectural Scale, Excavation and Grading are included in Trade courses where the State Exams include questions based on the above disciplines. 

Student Support is included with each of our courses and provides our Students with the peace of mind that they can get the answers to their questions or receive additional clarification if needed in a timely manner any time along the way.

Please contact us Today and get on your way to becoming a Licensed Contractor.     

 

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