June Live Online Courses Focus on Business Management for Builders

Business Management

NAHB Education is offering several live online courses in June to help you learn the strategies and critical skills to grow your business. These interactive, live online courses are taught by top industry experts over two days (separated by a week), 1-4 p.m. ET each day.

Get the knowledge you need for your company to succeed. For NAHB designees, the courses offer six hours of continuing education credits for most designations.

Business Accounting and Job Costing: A Road Map to Profitability
June 8 and June 15; 1-4 p.m. ET
Discover the basics of financial planning, budgeting, construction business accounting, job cost systems and financing options that will enable you to effectively track, analyze and communicate costs of goods, overhead and individual job costs. The financial scorecard, or measurement of an owner or a company’s success, is a reflection of proper financial management and accounting.

Estimating and Scheduling for Profitable Business Operations
June 10 and June 17; 1-4 p.m. ET
Learn how to increase your efficiency and profitability, improve client satisfaction and enhance team and vendor relationships. Come away with the knowledge and skills to perform two of the critical processes in project planning: estimating costs and creating a project schedule. The ability to effectively plan a project is vital to your success.

Project Management
June 22 and June 29; 1-4 p.m. ET
Develop the skills you need for successful project management by learning how to get a project built on time and on budget. By applying the concepts and strategies in this course, you will increase your professional value, thus adding value to your company and to the customer.

Construction Contracts & Law
June 24 and July 1; 1-4 p.m. ET
Get a step-by-step explanation of how contracts sustain positive customer and supplier relations, provide for resolution of disputes and minimize the risk of litigation. You will learn about mandatory and optional provisions, warranties and arbitration procedures. Special emphasis is given to troubleshooting contracts for detrimental positions.

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