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Date(s) Class City &
State
Class
Type
Credit Hours Price   Details
Dec 03 – Dec 03 Sustainable Building Practices Live Online Class (7.5-Credit Hours) (Includes Energy) Online Day
Energy 1
General 6.5
$108.00

Attend live classes from the comfort of your home or office! Live online courses make it more convenient than ever to study for your real estate licensing exam.

  • You get access to the same great Kaplan Real Estate Education content and instructors.
  • Our courses offer opportunities to engage with other students and your instructor.
  • As an added bonus, you can learn anywhere you have internet access!*

This course encompasses the most current sustainable building practices, materials, applications, and more!

Learn key sustainability factors and their impact on costs, value, long-term savings, and the planet. While higher costs deliver increased efficiencies and are earth-friendly, what are today’s clients willing to invest in? You’ll learn from real estate professionals and contractors–what their clients want, including specifics regarding the most valued and sought-after sustainable building materials and practices, which may surprise you! This course takes you beyond the obvious and creates immediate value for you and your clients. Join us for this dynamic learning experience that will help you meet your clients’ needs in today’s sustainable world.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7.5 hours of contractor continuing education.

Topics include:

  • Sustainability Factors and Impact
  • Creating Sustainability
  • Water Conservation, Efficiency, and Safety
  • Fuel: Conservation, Efficiency, and Safety
  • Energy

*For additional information on supported devices, please visit www.kapre.com/company/system-requirements.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Online
  • #1: Thu, December 03, 2020, 8:00 AM - 11:45 AM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Thu, December 03, 2020, 1:00 PM - 4:45 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Aimee Hanson
Dec 10 – Dec 10 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Live Online Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Online Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
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Attend live classes from the comfort of your home or office! Live online courses make it more convenient than ever to study for your continuing education.

  • You get access to the same great Kaplan Real Estate Education content and instructors.
  • Our courses offer opportunities to engage with other students and your instructor.
  • As an added bonus, you can learn anywhere you have internet access!*

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

*For additional information on supported devices, please visit www.kapre.com/company/system-requirements.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Online
  • #1: Thu, December 10, 2020, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Thu, December 10, 2020, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Notes:
Contractors: Per DLI regulations, a web cam is required to be on while class is in session. You can turn it off during breaks, but it must be on while class is in session.
Dec 17 – Dec 17 Sustainable Building Practices Live Online Class (7.5-Credit Hours) (Includes Energy) Online Day
Energy 1
General 6.5
$108.00

Attend live classes from the comfort of your home or office! Live online courses make it more convenient than ever to study for your real estate licensing exam.

  • You get access to the same great Kaplan Real Estate Education content and instructors.
  • Our courses offer opportunities to engage with other students and your instructor.
  • As an added bonus, you can learn anywhere you have internet access!*

This course encompasses the most current sustainable building practices, materials, applications, and more!

Learn key sustainability factors and their impact on costs, value, long-term savings, and the planet. While higher costs deliver increased efficiencies and are earth-friendly, what are today’s clients willing to invest in? You’ll learn from real estate professionals and contractors–what their clients want, including specifics regarding the most valued and sought-after sustainable building materials and practices, which may surprise you! This course takes you beyond the obvious and creates immediate value for you and your clients. Join us for this dynamic learning experience that will help you meet your clients’ needs in today’s sustainable world.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7.5 hours of contractor continuing education.

Topics include:

  • Sustainability Factors and Impact
  • Creating Sustainability
  • Water Conservation, Efficiency, and Safety
  • Fuel: Conservation, Efficiency, and Safety
  • Energy

*For additional information on supported devices, please visit www.kapre.com/company/system-requirements.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Online
  • #1: Thu, December 17, 2020, 8:00 AM - 11:45 AM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Thu, December 17, 2020, 1:00 PM - 4:45 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Jerry Anderson
Dec 21 – Dec 21 The Tiny House: Is it a Phase or Craze? Live Online Class (3.75-Credit Hours) Online Day
General 3.75
$59.00

Attend live classes from the comfort of your home or office! Our live online courses make it more convenient than ever to obtain your required continuing education credits.

What’s all the hype about?

Witness this emerging market segment as you learn about the new world of tiny house living. In The Tiny House: Is it a Phase or Craze?, you’ll learn the origin of the tiny house, different types of tiny houses, the structural elements, costs and considerations, valuation of property, and when a tiny house is considered real property. We’ll also identify financing options specific to the tiny house and introduce you to tiny house communities developing across the country. The tiny house is a reflection of expressed values by a growing number of buyers today: simple living in natural surroundings and smaller more-efficient living spaces.

This course will reveal a client group whose needs may be unclear, until now. This course will prepare you to be knowledgeable of the construction and informed about market needs as well as provide you with options to discuss with your clients who are seeking this type of real estate.

Important: The Department of Labor and Industry (DOLI) requires that you have a webcam for live online classes.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 3.75 hours for continuing contractor education.

Topics include:

  • Emerging Values Increase Demand for Tiny Houses
  • Real Estate Solutions Addressing New Needs of Clients
  • Momentum of Demand
  • Concerns and Obstacles
  • What A Tiny House Is and Is Not
  • Basic Structural Elements
  • Valuation and Financing the Tiny House
  • Explosive Markets of Tiny House Communities across the U.S.
Location Details: Session Details:
  • Online
  • #1: Mon, December 21, 2020, 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Notes:
Class Times are in Central Time.
Dec 29 – Dec 29 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Live Online Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Online Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$139.00

Attend live classes from the comfort of your home or office! Live online courses make it more convenient than ever to study for your continuing education.

  • You get access to the same great Kaplan Real Estate Education content and instructors.
  • Our courses offer opportunities to engage with other students and your instructor.
  • As an added bonus, you can learn anywhere you have internet access!*

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

*For additional information on supported devices, please visit www.kapre.com/company/system-requirements.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Online
  • #1: Tue, December 29, 2020, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Tue, December 29, 2020, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Notes:
Contractors: Per DLI regulations, a web cam is required to be on while class is in session. You can turn it off during breaks, but it must be on while class is in session.
Jan 11 – Jan 11 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Live Online Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Online Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$139.00

Attend live classes from the comfort of your home or office! Live online courses make it more convenient than ever to study for your continuing education.

  • You get access to the same great Kaplan Real Estate Education content and instructors.
  • Our courses offer opportunities to engage with other students and your instructor.
  • As an added bonus, you can learn anywhere you have internet access!*

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

*For additional information on supported devices, please visit www.kapre.com/company/system-requirements.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Online
  • #1: Mon, January 11, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Mon, January 11, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Notes:
Contractors: Per DLI regulations, a web cam is required to be on while class is in session. You can turn it off during breaks, but it must be on while class is in session.
Jan 29 – Jan 29 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Live Online Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Online Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$139.00

Attend live classes from the comfort of your home or office! Live online courses make it more convenient than ever to study for your continuing education.

  • You get access to the same great Kaplan Real Estate Education content and instructors.
  • Our courses offer opportunities to engage with other students and your instructor.
  • As an added bonus, you can learn anywhere you have internet access!*

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

*For additional information on supported devices, please visit www.kapre.com/company/system-requirements.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Online
  • #1: Fri, January 29, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Fri, January 29, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Notes:
Contractors: Per DLI regulations, a web cam is required to be on while class is in session. You can turn it off during breaks, but it must be on while class is in session.
Feb 01 – Feb 01 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Mon, February 01, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Mon, February 01, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Feb 02 – Feb 02 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Winona, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Riverport Inn and Express Suites
  • 900 Bruski Dr
  • Winona, MN 55987

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Tue, February 02, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Tue, February 02, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Notes:
Please allow for extra drive time due to weather conditions or road construction. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Feb 03 – Feb 03 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Rochester, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Empire Event Center
  • 1517 16th St SW
  • Rochester, MN 55902

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Wed, February 03, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Wed, February 03, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Feb 08 – Feb 08 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Live Online Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Online Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$139.00

Attend live classes from the comfort of your home or office! Live online courses make it more convenient than ever to study for your continuing education.

  • You get access to the same great Kaplan Real Estate Education content and instructors.
  • Our courses offer opportunities to engage with other students and your instructor.
  • As an added bonus, you can learn anywhere you have internet access!*

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

*For additional information on supported devices, please visit www.kapre.com/company/system-requirements.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Online
  • #1: Mon, February 08, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Mon, February 08, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Notes:
Contractors: Per DLI regulations, a web cam is required to be on while class is in session. You can turn it off during breaks, but it must be on while class is in session.
Feb 09 – Feb 09 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Duluth, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • The Inn on Lake Superior
  • 350 Canal Park Dr
  • Duluth, MN 55802

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Tue, February 09, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Tue, February 09, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Tim Whaley
Notes:
Please allow for extra drive time due to road construction and weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Feb 10 – Feb 10 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Hinckley, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Grand Casino - Hinckley
  • 777 Lady Luck Dr
  • Hinckley, MN 55037

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Wed, February 10, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Wed, February 10, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Tim Whaley
Notes:
Please allow for extra drive time due to road construction and weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Feb 12 – Feb 12 Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course (4-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
General 4
$219.00

Don’t miss your EPA lead-safe certification renewal and lose your EPA Certified Renovator status. Secure your seat and enroll today!

Attention all Minnesota contractors and remodelers who became an EPA Certified Renovator in year 2010 or earlier. That certification will expire after 5 years. You must complete this new 4-Hour EPA Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course in order to maintain your Certified Renovator status. Brightwood offers this EPA-approved 4-hour refresher course that will add an additional 5 years to your Certified Renovator status. This new course satisfies all the refresher requirements and includes a hands-on training session on testing for lead and cleaning verification. At the end of this course, you will receive an EPA certification showing your successful completion of the course, including photo ID. Remember that the EPA is finding and fining uncertified contractors for not being certified or for not following the RRP rules and procedures. The fines are up to $37,500 per occurrence per day. Don’t take a chance—take this fast-paced hands-on course and renew your EPA lead-safe certification.

Topics include:

  • RRP rules and procedures
  • Lead and cleaning verification

NOTICE: Students seeking EPA recertification are required to provide their initial individual (not firm) certified renovator certificate prior to this class.

As a requirement of the EPA, the training provider must collect a copy of each student’s prior course completion certificate (i.e., the initial 8 Hour Lead course certificate with the photo identification) prior to the student taking the 4 Hour Refresher Course. In order to receive EPA credit for the 4 Hour Refresher course, please follow the directions below:

  • If this is your first 4 Hour Refresher course, you will be required to provide your initial individual (not firm) Certified Renovator certificate prior to class.
  • If this is your second or subsequent 4 Hour Certified Refresher course, you will be required to provide your Certified Refresher Course certificate prior to class.

There are three ways to provide your respective certificate:

  • Scan and email to cs_gradingqa@kaplan.com
  • Fax: 608.779.0442
  • Bring the certificate to class with you. This must be presented prior to class start time.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact our Customer Service Department during regular business hours at 888.523.1020.

EPA accreditation to DF Institute, LLC dba Kaplan Real Estate Education for the purpose of certification under section 402 of TSCA for the renovator - refresher discipline.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 4 hours for continuing contractor education.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 4 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Fri, February 12, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Feb 13 – Feb 13 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Weekend
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Sat, February 13, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Sat, February 13, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Feb 16 – Feb 16 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Baxter, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Arrowwood Lodge at Brainerd Lakes
  • 6967 Lake Forest Rd
  • Baxter, MN 56401

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Tue, February 16, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Tue, February 16, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Notes:
Please allow for extra drive time due to road construction and weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Feb 17 – Feb 17 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Saint Cloud, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Best Western Plus Kelly Inn
  • 100 4th Ave S
  • Saint Cloud, MN 56301

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Wed, February 17, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Wed, February 17, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Notes:
Please allow for extra drive time due to road construction and weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Feb 18 – Feb 18 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Thu, February 18, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Thu, February 18, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Feb 22 – Feb 22 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Mon, February 22, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Mon, February 22, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Feb 23 – Feb 23 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Mankato, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Country Inn and Suites - Mankato
  • 1900 Premier Dr
  • Mankato, MN 56001

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Tue, February 23, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Tue, February 23, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Tim Whaley
Feb 25 – Feb 25 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Live Online Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Online Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$139.00

Attend live classes from the comfort of your home or office! Live online courses make it more convenient than ever to study for your continuing education.

  • You get access to the same great Kaplan Real Estate Education content and instructors.
  • Our courses offer opportunities to engage with other students and your instructor.
  • As an added bonus, you can learn anywhere you have internet access!*

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

*For additional information on supported devices, please visit www.kapre.com/company/system-requirements.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Online
  • #1: Thu, February 25, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Thu, February 25, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Notes:
Contractors: Per DLI regulations, a web cam is required to be on while class is in session. You can turn it off during breaks, but it must be on while class is in session.
Feb 26 – Feb 26 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Maple Grove, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Maple Grove Community Center
  • 12951 Weaver Lake Rd
  • Maple Grove, MN 55369

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Fri, February 26, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Fri, February 26, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Tony Jochim
Notes:
Please allow for extra drive time due to road construction and weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Mar 06 – Mar 06 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Weekend
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Sat, March 06, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Sat, March 06, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Mar 08 – Mar 08 Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course (4-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
General 4
$219.00

Don’t miss your EPA lead-safe certification renewal and lose your EPA Certified Renovator status. Secure your seat and enroll today!

Attention all Minnesota contractors and remodelers who became an EPA Certified Renovator in year 2010 or earlier. That certification will expire after 5 years. You must complete this new 4-Hour EPA Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course in order to maintain your Certified Renovator status. Brightwood offers this EPA-approved 4-hour refresher course that will add an additional 5 years to your Certified Renovator status. This new course satisfies all the refresher requirements and includes a hands-on training session on testing for lead and cleaning verification. At the end of this course, you will receive an EPA certification showing your successful completion of the course, including photo ID. Remember that the EPA is finding and fining uncertified contractors for not being certified or for not following the RRP rules and procedures. The fines are up to $37,500 per occurrence per day. Don’t take a chance—take this fast-paced hands-on course and renew your EPA lead-safe certification.

Topics include:

  • RRP rules and procedures
  • Lead and cleaning verification

NOTICE: Students seeking EPA recertification are required to provide their initial individual (not firm) certified renovator certificate prior to this class.

As a requirement of the EPA, the training provider must collect a copy of each student’s prior course completion certificate (i.e., the initial 8 Hour Lead course certificate with the photo identification) prior to the student taking the 4 Hour Refresher Course. In order to receive EPA credit for the 4 Hour Refresher course, please follow the directions below:

  • If this is your first 4 Hour Refresher course, you will be required to provide your initial individual (not firm) Certified Renovator certificate prior to class.
  • If this is your second or subsequent 4 Hour Certified Refresher course, you will be required to provide your Certified Refresher Course certificate prior to class.

There are three ways to provide your respective certificate:

  • Scan and email to cs_gradingqa@kaplan.com
  • Fax: 608.779.0442
  • Bring the certificate to class with you. This must be presented prior to class start time.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact our Customer Service Department during regular business hours at 888.523.1020.

EPA accreditation to DF Institute, LLC dba Kaplan Real Estate Education for the purpose of certification under section 402 of TSCA for the renovator - refresher discipline.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 4 hours for continuing contractor education.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 4 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Mon, March 08, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Mar 09 – Mar 09 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Live Online Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Online Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$139.00

Attend live classes from the comfort of your home or office! Live online courses make it more convenient than ever to study for your continuing education.

  • You get access to the same great Kaplan Real Estate Education content and instructors.
  • Our courses offer opportunities to engage with other students and your instructor.
  • As an added bonus, you can learn anywhere you have internet access!*

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

*For additional information on supported devices, please visit www.kapre.com/company/system-requirements.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Online
  • #1: Tue, March 09, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Tue, March 09, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Notes:
Contractors: Per DLI regulations, a web cam is required to be on while class is in session. You can turn it off during breaks, but it must be on while class is in session.
Mar 10 – Mar 10 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Wed, March 10, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Wed, March 10, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Mar 19 – Mar 19 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Fri, March 19, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Fri, March 19, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Mar 23 – Mar 23 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Tue, March 23, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Tue, March 23, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Mar 24 – Mar 24 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Live Online Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Online Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$139.00

Attend live classes from the comfort of your home or office! Live online courses make it more convenient than ever to study for your continuing education.

  • You get access to the same great Kaplan Real Estate Education content and instructors.
  • Our courses offer opportunities to engage with other students and your instructor.
  • As an added bonus, you can learn anywhere you have internet access!*

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

*For additional information on supported devices, please visit www.kapre.com/company/system-requirements.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Online
  • #1: Wed, March 24, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Wed, March 24, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Dan Norby
Notes:
Contractors: Per DLI regulations, a web cam is required to be on while class is in session. You can turn it off during breaks, but it must be on while class is in session.
Mar 29 – Mar 29 Residential Contractor/Remodeler Update: The Impact of Building Code Class (Includes Energy) (7-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
Business Management 1
Energy 1
General 5
$169.00

Learn about the new 2020 Minnesota Residential Code changes.

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced the adoption of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code to become effective March 30, 2020. The 2015 code is now obsolete. This course will thoroughly inform you about the code changes and other important industry changes. It also satisfies the requirements for both an energy hour and a business practices hour.

Topics include:

  • Code changes from 2015 to 2020
  • Energy analysis using the HERS system
  • Wall panels: a renewed interest
  • Mold causes and affect
  • 2019 Remodeling Impact Report
  • Top ten ways for builders to get themselves into trouble
  • In the News

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7 credit-hours of contractor continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Mon, March 29, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)
  • #2: Mon, March 29, 2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Apr 14 – Apr 14 Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course (4-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
General 4
$219.00

Don’t miss your EPA lead-safe certification renewal and lose your EPA Certified Renovator status. Secure your seat and enroll today!

Attention all Minnesota contractors and remodelers who became an EPA Certified Renovator in year 2010 or earlier. That certification will expire after 5 years. You must complete this new 4-Hour EPA Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course in order to maintain your Certified Renovator status. Brightwood offers this EPA-approved 4-hour refresher course that will add an additional 5 years to your Certified Renovator status. This new course satisfies all the refresher requirements and includes a hands-on training session on testing for lead and cleaning verification. At the end of this course, you will receive an EPA certification showing your successful completion of the course, including photo ID. Remember that the EPA is finding and fining uncertified contractors for not being certified or for not following the RRP rules and procedures. The fines are up to $37,500 per occurrence per day. Don’t take a chance—take this fast-paced hands-on course and renew your EPA lead-safe certification.

Topics include:

  • RRP rules and procedures
  • Lead and cleaning verification

NOTICE: Students seeking EPA recertification are required to provide their initial individual (not firm) certified renovator certificate prior to this class.

As a requirement of the EPA, the training provider must collect a copy of each student’s prior course completion certificate (i.e., the initial 8 Hour Lead course certificate with the photo identification) prior to the student taking the 4 Hour Refresher Course. In order to receive EPA credit for the 4 Hour Refresher course, please follow the directions below:

  • If this is your first 4 Hour Refresher course, you will be required to provide your initial individual (not firm) Certified Renovator certificate prior to class.
  • If this is your second or subsequent 4 Hour Certified Refresher course, you will be required to provide your Certified Refresher Course certificate prior to class.

There are three ways to provide your respective certificate:

  • Scan and email to cs_gradingqa@kaplan.com
  • Fax: 608.779.0442
  • Bring the certificate to class with you. This must be presented prior to class start time.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact our Customer Service Department during regular business hours at 888.523.1020.

EPA accreditation to DF Institute, LLC dba Kaplan Real Estate Education for the purpose of certification under section 402 of TSCA for the renovator - refresher discipline.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 4 hours for continuing contractor education.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 4 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Wed, April 14, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
May 11 – May 11 Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course (4-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
General 4
$219.00

Don’t miss your EPA lead-safe certification renewal and lose your EPA Certified Renovator status. Secure your seat and enroll today!

Attention all Minnesota contractors and remodelers who became an EPA Certified Renovator in year 2010 or earlier. That certification will expire after 5 years. You must complete this new 4-Hour EPA Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course in order to maintain your Certified Renovator status. Brightwood offers this EPA-approved 4-hour refresher course that will add an additional 5 years to your Certified Renovator status. This new course satisfies all the refresher requirements and includes a hands-on training session on testing for lead and cleaning verification. At the end of this course, you will receive an EPA certification showing your successful completion of the course, including photo ID. Remember that the EPA is finding and fining uncertified contractors for not being certified or for not following the RRP rules and procedures. The fines are up to $37,500 per occurrence per day. Don’t take a chance—take this fast-paced hands-on course and renew your EPA lead-safe certification.

Topics include:

  • RRP rules and procedures
  • Lead and cleaning verification

NOTICE: Students seeking EPA recertification are required to provide their initial individual (not firm) certified renovator certificate prior to this class.

As a requirement of the EPA, the training provider must collect a copy of each student’s prior course completion certificate (i.e., the initial 8 Hour Lead course certificate with the photo identification) prior to the student taking the 4 Hour Refresher Course. In order to receive EPA credit for the 4 Hour Refresher course, please follow the directions below:

  • If this is your first 4 Hour Refresher course, you will be required to provide your initial individual (not firm) Certified Renovator certificate prior to class.
  • If this is your second or subsequent 4 Hour Certified Refresher course, you will be required to provide your Certified Refresher Course certificate prior to class.

There are three ways to provide your respective certificate:

  • Scan and email to cs_gradingqa@kaplan.com
  • Fax: 608.779.0442
  • Bring the certificate to class with you. This must be presented prior to class start time.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact our Customer Service Department during regular business hours at 888.523.1020.

EPA accreditation to DF Institute, LLC dba Kaplan Real Estate Education for the purpose of certification under section 402 of TSCA for the renovator - refresher discipline.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 4 hours for continuing contractor education.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 4 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Tue, May 11, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Jun 11 – Jun 11 Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course (4-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
General 4
$219.00

Don’t miss your EPA lead-safe certification renewal and lose your EPA Certified Renovator status. Secure your seat and enroll today!

Attention all Minnesota contractors and remodelers who became an EPA Certified Renovator in year 2010 or earlier. That certification will expire after 5 years. You must complete this new 4-Hour EPA Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course in order to maintain your Certified Renovator status. Brightwood offers this EPA-approved 4-hour refresher course that will add an additional 5 years to your Certified Renovator status. This new course satisfies all the refresher requirements and includes a hands-on training session on testing for lead and cleaning verification. At the end of this course, you will receive an EPA certification showing your successful completion of the course, including photo ID. Remember that the EPA is finding and fining uncertified contractors for not being certified or for not following the RRP rules and procedures. The fines are up to $37,500 per occurrence per day. Don’t take a chance—take this fast-paced hands-on course and renew your EPA lead-safe certification.

Topics include:

  • RRP rules and procedures
  • Lead and cleaning verification

NOTICE: Students seeking EPA recertification are required to provide their initial individual (not firm) certified renovator certificate prior to this class.

As a requirement of the EPA, the training provider must collect a copy of each student’s prior course completion certificate (i.e., the initial 8 Hour Lead course certificate with the photo identification) prior to the student taking the 4 Hour Refresher Course. In order to receive EPA credit for the 4 Hour Refresher course, please follow the directions below:

  • If this is your first 4 Hour Refresher course, you will be required to provide your initial individual (not firm) Certified Renovator certificate prior to class.
  • If this is your second or subsequent 4 Hour Certified Refresher course, you will be required to provide your Certified Refresher Course certificate prior to class.

There are three ways to provide your respective certificate:

  • Scan and email to cs_gradingqa@kaplan.com
  • Fax: 608.779.0442
  • Bring the certificate to class with you. This must be presented prior to class start time.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact our Customer Service Department during regular business hours at 888.523.1020.

EPA accreditation to DF Institute, LLC dba Kaplan Real Estate Education for the purpose of certification under section 402 of TSCA for the renovator - refresher discipline.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 4 hours for continuing contractor education.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 4 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Fri, June 11, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Jul 22 – Jul 22 Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course (4-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
General 4
$219.00

Don’t miss your EPA lead-safe certification renewal and lose your EPA Certified Renovator status. Secure your seat and enroll today!

Attention all Minnesota contractors and remodelers who became an EPA Certified Renovator in year 2010 or earlier. That certification will expire after 5 years. You must complete this new 4-Hour EPA Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course in order to maintain your Certified Renovator status. Brightwood offers this EPA-approved 4-hour refresher course that will add an additional 5 years to your Certified Renovator status. This new course satisfies all the refresher requirements and includes a hands-on training session on testing for lead and cleaning verification. At the end of this course, you will receive an EPA certification showing your successful completion of the course, including photo ID. Remember that the EPA is finding and fining uncertified contractors for not being certified or for not following the RRP rules and procedures. The fines are up to $37,500 per occurrence per day. Don’t take a chance—take this fast-paced hands-on course and renew your EPA lead-safe certification.

Topics include:

  • RRP rules and procedures
  • Lead and cleaning verification

NOTICE: Students seeking EPA recertification are required to provide their initial individual (not firm) certified renovator certificate prior to this class.

As a requirement of the EPA, the training provider must collect a copy of each student’s prior course completion certificate (i.e., the initial 8 Hour Lead course certificate with the photo identification) prior to the student taking the 4 Hour Refresher Course. In order to receive EPA credit for the 4 Hour Refresher course, please follow the directions below:

  • If this is your first 4 Hour Refresher course, you will be required to provide your initial individual (not firm) Certified Renovator certificate prior to class.
  • If this is your second or subsequent 4 Hour Certified Refresher course, you will be required to provide your Certified Refresher Course certificate prior to class.

There are three ways to provide your respective certificate:

  • Scan and email to cs_gradingqa@kaplan.com
  • Fax: 608.779.0442
  • Bring the certificate to class with you. This must be presented prior to class start time.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact our Customer Service Department during regular business hours at 888.523.1020.

EPA accreditation to DF Institute, LLC dba Kaplan Real Estate Education for the purpose of certification under section 402 of TSCA for the renovator - refresher discipline.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 4 hours for continuing contractor education.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 4 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Thu, July 22, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Aug 11 – Aug 11 Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course (4-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
General 4
$219.00

Don’t miss your EPA lead-safe certification renewal and lose your EPA Certified Renovator status. Secure your seat and enroll today!

Attention all Minnesota contractors and remodelers who became an EPA Certified Renovator in year 2010 or earlier. That certification will expire after 5 years. You must complete this new 4-Hour EPA Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course in order to maintain your Certified Renovator status. Brightwood offers this EPA-approved 4-hour refresher course that will add an additional 5 years to your Certified Renovator status. This new course satisfies all the refresher requirements and includes a hands-on training session on testing for lead and cleaning verification. At the end of this course, you will receive an EPA certification showing your successful completion of the course, including photo ID. Remember that the EPA is finding and fining uncertified contractors for not being certified or for not following the RRP rules and procedures. The fines are up to $37,500 per occurrence per day. Don’t take a chance—take this fast-paced hands-on course and renew your EPA lead-safe certification.

Topics include:

  • RRP rules and procedures
  • Lead and cleaning verification

NOTICE: Students seeking EPA recertification are required to provide their initial individual (not firm) certified renovator certificate prior to this class.

As a requirement of the EPA, the training provider must collect a copy of each student’s prior course completion certificate (i.e., the initial 8 Hour Lead course certificate with the photo identification) prior to the student taking the 4 Hour Refresher Course. In order to receive EPA credit for the 4 Hour Refresher course, please follow the directions below:

  • If this is your first 4 Hour Refresher course, you will be required to provide your initial individual (not firm) Certified Renovator certificate prior to class.
  • If this is your second or subsequent 4 Hour Certified Refresher course, you will be required to provide your Certified Refresher Course certificate prior to class.

There are three ways to provide your respective certificate:

  • Scan and email to cs_gradingqa@kaplan.com
  • Fax: 608.779.0442
  • Bring the certificate to class with you. This must be presented prior to class start time.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact our Customer Service Department during regular business hours at 888.523.1020.

EPA accreditation to DF Institute, LLC dba Kaplan Real Estate Education for the purpose of certification under section 402 of TSCA for the renovator - refresher discipline.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 4 hours for continuing contractor education.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 4 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Wed, August 11, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Sep 21 – Sep 21 Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course (4-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
General 4
$219.00

Don’t miss your EPA lead-safe certification renewal and lose your EPA Certified Renovator status. Secure your seat and enroll today!

Attention all Minnesota contractors and remodelers who became an EPA Certified Renovator in year 2010 or earlier. That certification will expire after 5 years. You must complete this new 4-Hour EPA Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course in order to maintain your Certified Renovator status. Brightwood offers this EPA-approved 4-hour refresher course that will add an additional 5 years to your Certified Renovator status. This new course satisfies all the refresher requirements and includes a hands-on training session on testing for lead and cleaning verification. At the end of this course, you will receive an EPA certification showing your successful completion of the course, including photo ID. Remember that the EPA is finding and fining uncertified contractors for not being certified or for not following the RRP rules and procedures. The fines are up to $37,500 per occurrence per day. Don’t take a chance—take this fast-paced hands-on course and renew your EPA lead-safe certification.

Topics include:

  • RRP rules and procedures
  • Lead and cleaning verification

NOTICE: Students seeking EPA recertification are required to provide their initial individual (not firm) certified renovator certificate prior to this class.

As a requirement of the EPA, the training provider must collect a copy of each student’s prior course completion certificate (i.e., the initial 8 Hour Lead course certificate with the photo identification) prior to the student taking the 4 Hour Refresher Course. In order to receive EPA credit for the 4 Hour Refresher course, please follow the directions below:

  • If this is your first 4 Hour Refresher course, you will be required to provide your initial individual (not firm) Certified Renovator certificate prior to class.
  • If this is your second or subsequent 4 Hour Certified Refresher course, you will be required to provide your Certified Refresher Course certificate prior to class.

There are three ways to provide your respective certificate:

  • Scan and email to cs_gradingqa@kaplan.com
  • Fax: 608.779.0442
  • Bring the certificate to class with you. This must be presented prior to class start time.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact our Customer Service Department during regular business hours at 888.523.1020.

EPA accreditation to DF Institute, LLC dba Kaplan Real Estate Education for the purpose of certification under section 402 of TSCA for the renovator - refresher discipline.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 4 hours for continuing contractor education.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 4 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Tue, September 21, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Oct 15 – Oct 15 Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course (4-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
General 4
$219.00

Don’t miss your EPA lead-safe certification renewal and lose your EPA Certified Renovator status. Secure your seat and enroll today!

Attention all Minnesota contractors and remodelers who became an EPA Certified Renovator in year 2010 or earlier. That certification will expire after 5 years. You must complete this new 4-Hour EPA Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course in order to maintain your Certified Renovator status. Brightwood offers this EPA-approved 4-hour refresher course that will add an additional 5 years to your Certified Renovator status. This new course satisfies all the refresher requirements and includes a hands-on training session on testing for lead and cleaning verification. At the end of this course, you will receive an EPA certification showing your successful completion of the course, including photo ID. Remember that the EPA is finding and fining uncertified contractors for not being certified or for not following the RRP rules and procedures. The fines are up to $37,500 per occurrence per day. Don’t take a chance—take this fast-paced hands-on course and renew your EPA lead-safe certification.

Topics include:

  • RRP rules and procedures
  • Lead and cleaning verification

NOTICE: Students seeking EPA recertification are required to provide their initial individual (not firm) certified renovator certificate prior to this class.

As a requirement of the EPA, the training provider must collect a copy of each student’s prior course completion certificate (i.e., the initial 8 Hour Lead course certificate with the photo identification) prior to the student taking the 4 Hour Refresher Course. In order to receive EPA credit for the 4 Hour Refresher course, please follow the directions below:

  • If this is your first 4 Hour Refresher course, you will be required to provide your initial individual (not firm) Certified Renovator certificate prior to class.
  • If this is your second or subsequent 4 Hour Certified Refresher course, you will be required to provide your Certified Refresher Course certificate prior to class.

There are three ways to provide your respective certificate:

  • Scan and email to cs_gradingqa@kaplan.com
  • Fax: 608.779.0442
  • Bring the certificate to class with you. This must be presented prior to class start time.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact our Customer Service Department during regular business hours at 888.523.1020.

EPA accreditation to DF Institute, LLC dba Kaplan Real Estate Education for the purpose of certification under section 402 of TSCA for the renovator - refresher discipline.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 4 hours for continuing contractor education.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 4 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Fri, October 15, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Nov 10 – Nov 10 Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course (4-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
General 4
$219.00

Don’t miss your EPA lead-safe certification renewal and lose your EPA Certified Renovator status. Secure your seat and enroll today!

Attention all Minnesota contractors and remodelers who became an EPA Certified Renovator in year 2010 or earlier. That certification will expire after 5 years. You must complete this new 4-Hour EPA Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course in order to maintain your Certified Renovator status. Brightwood offers this EPA-approved 4-hour refresher course that will add an additional 5 years to your Certified Renovator status. This new course satisfies all the refresher requirements and includes a hands-on training session on testing for lead and cleaning verification. At the end of this course, you will receive an EPA certification showing your successful completion of the course, including photo ID. Remember that the EPA is finding and fining uncertified contractors for not being certified or for not following the RRP rules and procedures. The fines are up to $37,500 per occurrence per day. Don’t take a chance—take this fast-paced hands-on course and renew your EPA lead-safe certification.

Topics include:

  • RRP rules and procedures
  • Lead and cleaning verification

NOTICE: Students seeking EPA recertification are required to provide their initial individual (not firm) certified renovator certificate prior to this class.

As a requirement of the EPA, the training provider must collect a copy of each student’s prior course completion certificate (i.e., the initial 8 Hour Lead course certificate with the photo identification) prior to the student taking the 4 Hour Refresher Course. In order to receive EPA credit for the 4 Hour Refresher course, please follow the directions below:

  • If this is your first 4 Hour Refresher course, you will be required to provide your initial individual (not firm) Certified Renovator certificate prior to class.
  • If this is your second or subsequent 4 Hour Certified Refresher course, you will be required to provide your Certified Refresher Course certificate prior to class.

There are three ways to provide your respective certificate:

  • Scan and email to cs_gradingqa@kaplan.com
  • Fax: 608.779.0442
  • Bring the certificate to class with you. This must be presented prior to class start time.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact our Customer Service Department during regular business hours at 888.523.1020.

EPA accreditation to DF Institute, LLC dba Kaplan Real Estate Education for the purpose of certification under section 402 of TSCA for the renovator - refresher discipline.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 4 hours for continuing contractor education.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 4 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Wed, November 10, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.
Dec 02 – Dec 02 Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course (4-Credit Hours) Bloomington, MN Day
General 4
$219.00

Don’t miss your EPA lead-safe certification renewal and lose your EPA Certified Renovator status. Secure your seat and enroll today!

Attention all Minnesota contractors and remodelers who became an EPA Certified Renovator in year 2010 or earlier. That certification will expire after 5 years. You must complete this new 4-Hour EPA Certified Renovator Refresher Training Course in order to maintain your Certified Renovator status. Brightwood offers this EPA-approved 4-hour refresher course that will add an additional 5 years to your Certified Renovator status. This new course satisfies all the refresher requirements and includes a hands-on training session on testing for lead and cleaning verification. At the end of this course, you will receive an EPA certification showing your successful completion of the course, including photo ID. Remember that the EPA is finding and fining uncertified contractors for not being certified or for not following the RRP rules and procedures. The fines are up to $37,500 per occurrence per day. Don’t take a chance—take this fast-paced hands-on course and renew your EPA lead-safe certification.

Topics include:

  • RRP rules and procedures
  • Lead and cleaning verification

NOTICE: Students seeking EPA recertification are required to provide their initial individual (not firm) certified renovator certificate prior to this class.

As a requirement of the EPA, the training provider must collect a copy of each student’s prior course completion certificate (i.e., the initial 8 Hour Lead course certificate with the photo identification) prior to the student taking the 4 Hour Refresher Course. In order to receive EPA credit for the 4 Hour Refresher course, please follow the directions below:

  • If this is your first 4 Hour Refresher course, you will be required to provide your initial individual (not firm) Certified Renovator certificate prior to class.
  • If this is your second or subsequent 4 Hour Certified Refresher course, you will be required to provide your Certified Refresher Course certificate prior to class.

There are three ways to provide your respective certificate:

  • Scan and email to cs_gradingqa@kaplan.com
  • Fax: 608.779.0442
  • Bring the certificate to class with you. This must be presented prior to class start time.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact our Customer Service Department during regular business hours at 888.523.1020.

EPA accreditation to DF Institute, LLC dba Kaplan Real Estate Education for the purpose of certification under section 402 of TSCA for the renovator - refresher discipline.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 4 hours for continuing contractor education.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 4 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Kaplan Professional Schools - Bloomington
  • 2051 Killebrew Dr
  • Ste 110
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Thu, December 02, 2021, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (America/Chicago)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please plan ahead and allow for extra drive time due to road construction or weather conditions. Late arrivals will not receive credit.