Lake Norman HBA to host Accredited Remodeler Classes
Coming up this fall, the Lake Norman HBA will offer the four required courses for the Accredited Remodeler’s Designation through the North Carolina Builder Institute. To earn the Accredited Remodeler (AR) designation, a student must complete 16 mandatory hours (specific courses) and 56 elective hours totaling 72 hours of course work in the 100 and/or 200 level of the NCBI curriculum. The 16 mandatory hours required are:
- BM106 The Numbers Behind a Successful Remodeling Business. 4 hr
- BM206 Remodeling: The Bad and The Good Strategies for Success. 4 hr
- BM109 Case Study of a Remodeling Company. 4 hr
- BM209 The Anatomy of a Remodeling Project. 4 hr
BM106 & BM206 will be offered Tuesday, October 22. BM109 & BM209 will be offered Tuesday, November 19. Each day will be $175 with advance registration.
If you hold the Accredited Builder, Accredited Builder, or Accredited Associate designation, you only need these four classes to receive the Accredited Remodeler designation.
The Spring Session of NCBI will be offered in March, and you can obtain up to 24 more hours of the elective requirements.
For questions about NCBI in general, contact NCHBA at 1-800-662-7129. To register for these courses, click here.
For questions about registering for the Lake Norman HBA courses, contact Nicole Goolsby at 704-564-6600 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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