Total Credits: 1 including 1 Minnesota Residential Building Contractor, 1 Minnesota Building Official
The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry oversees the state's programs for apprenticeship, construction codes and licensing, occupational safety and health, wage and hour standards, workers' compensation, and youth skills training programs. It is an administrative agency promulgating and enforcing rules to carry out laws passed by the legislature. This course is a 30,000 ft view of the investigative process informed by over a decade of the instructor representing companies and individuals accused of violating the Department’s rules. This course will review the mindset of the contractor being investigated and the investigator and need to balance the expectations of both. Finally, the mechanics of the investigation process and the recourse available when the client decides to challenge the Department’s initial decision.Course Outline
Students will gain general understanding of the process, response, and actions that the Department of Labor follows when investigating a complaint against a licensed contractor.
"This course shows the complexity of the legal side of not abiding by the regulations. Very informative." Jim Davis, SES Renovations
After the course, you will need to take a 10 question quiz. To pass the quiz, you will need to get a score of 70% or higher.
This course has been approved for one hour of MN residential contractor, remodeler, and building official credit by the Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry and is approved for the required Business Management credit.
If you are eligible to receive continuing education credits, your information will be electronically reported to the appropriate agency within 3 business days of course completion.
Your online course is accessible 24/7. The course will be available to you for 180 days from purchase date.
Questions and comments related to the curriculum for this course may be submitted to the instructor at email@example.com.
|Anatomy of a Department of Labor and Industry Investigation - Handout (881.2 KB)||3 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Bill started Minnesota Construction Law Services in 2012 focusing on residential construction and small business law providing legal and business services to residential contractors and other owner-operated businesses. He became a lawyer after more than 25 years in the business world to bring common sense and business principles to the implementation of legal services for the construction industry.