Certified Professional Home Builder of GA Meeting: April 11

 

From a recent Certified Professional Home Builder of Georgia (CPHB) e-blast:

Join us for a builder licensing update on April 11, 2012. Bob Barnard from the State Licensing Board for Residential and General Contractors will give an overview of builder licensing, as well as cover the issues and upcoming renewal process. Licensing Hotline Manager Amanda Mathis will be available to answer frequently asked questions.

The Georgia General Assembly created the State Licensing Board for Residential and General Contractors in 2004 to regulate individuals engaged in construction contracting. Applicants for licensure must pass a two-part examination covering the license they are attempting to obtain, and business and law. The Board has the authority to adopt rules, set standards for licensure, adopt mandatory standards of professional conduct, and investigate and discipline unauthorized, negligent or incompetent contractors.

DATE: Wednesday, April 11, 2012

TIME: 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.

TOPIC: Builder Licensing Update

SPEAKER: Bob Barnard, State Licensing Board for Residential and General Contractors

LOCATION: The Housing Center, 1484 Brockett Road, Tucker, GA 30084

COST: CPHB Principal: Free; CPHB Employee and Applicant: $15; CPHB Guest : $15; HBA Member: $30; Non-member: $60

CREDITS: 2 CPHB, 2 GA Builder License

To register, fill out the attached form and fax it to the number listed. Please contact Jerene Cruse at jcruse@atlantahomebuilders.com or (678) 775-1462 with any questions.

For more information on CPHB, visit http://www.cphb.org.

 

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