The Importance of Continuing Education

While these 23 million individuals represent the very core of an emerging society that is more inclined to studying and learning, the remaining individuals are excluded from these learning experiences due to reasons of time, cost, or even personal issues.

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How to Become a Florida Construction Continuing Education Provider

The State of Florida requires all certified and registered contractors licensed by the Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB) to complete 14 hours of continuing education biannually to renew their construction trade license. Those licensed contractors who fail to complete their continuing education requirements by the license expiration date may face non-renewal or disciplinary action. This requirement has been in effect since December of 1993 for Florida construction contractors.

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Management Continuing Education for Professional Engineers

Are you like many engineers; highly trained to solve technical problems but not as confident with your people skills? There is a big difference between engineering design and business management. In the engineering profession engineers are constantly studying to stay current on the latest technologies and engineering strategies. For many engineers it is extremely difficult to transition from engineer to manager. Since business and management are not usually classes in engineering college, engineers are expected to obtain their business skills through experience and continuing education. Unless you have a MBA, you will probably find it difficult to locate qualified continuing education sources with management courses tailored for engineers.

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