Presentation on theme: "NM Facility Managers Association Need CEUs? We Can Help! March 19, 2014 Cynthia Molnar, Business Account Representative David, Licht, Program Coordinator."— Presentation transcript:
NM Facility Managers Association Need CEUs? We Can Help! March 19, 2014 Cynthia Molnar, Business Account Representative David, Licht, Program Coordinator CNM Workforce Training Center firstname.lastname@example.org Dlicht@cnm.edu
What are CEUs? The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a nationally recognized system of recording and recognizing participation in noncredit professional educational programs.
CEUs Licensing bodies e.g., NM Regulation and Licensing Department, Construction Industries Division require members to obtain CEUs to maintain their license. Requiring CEUs encourage professionals: 1) to expand their knowledge, and 2) stay up-to-date on new developments.
CEUs for the Construction Industries Division The State of New Mexico Construction Industries Division (CID) requires continuing education for renewals of journeyman certificates of competence in every three (3) year period. minimum of sixteen (16) hours of approved continuing education course work. 1)Eight (8) hours are specific to code change/update 2)Eight (8) hours may be of other industry-related approved course work.
Journey Licenses under the NMCID New Mexico issues contracting licenses in approximately 100 different classifications. These classifications can be found in the New Mexico Administrative Code, Title 14, Chapter 6. Title 14, Chapter 6. Boiler operatorMechanical electricianPlumber (JP) electrical linemenPipefitter (JPF) Fire protection (MS-12J or MS 14J)Refrigeration (JR) Gas (JG)Sheetmetal (JSM) Plumber-gas (JPG)Sprinkler (JS) HVACWater and Wastewater Plant Operators
WTC CEU Classes Basic Motor Control Refresher Chilled Water Systems EL 1-J Journeyman Lineman Electrical Safety Grounding and Bonding LEED for Contractors Mechanical Code Update Module 2: General PV and Installation National Electrical Code Update NEC Code for Photovoltaic Installers NFPA 70E OSHA 10 Construction (10 CEUs for electricians) Plumbing Code Update Refrigeration Applications System Design for HVAC Systems Water and/or Wastewater Operations (32 Training Credits)
CNM Workforce Training Center Course Offerings: www.cnm.edu/wtc Registration: Shanna, 224-5200
Who Are Our Instructors? WTC faculty and part time casual pool instructors Industry experts from private industry
Why Train Your Employees? SAVE MONEY IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY INCREASE MORAL IMPROVE SAFETY
Some of Our Safety Classes OSHA 10, 20, & 30 Construction/General Industry CPR/First Aid Hazwhoper 8, 24 & 40 Lockout/Tagout Globally Harmonized Systems (GHS)
Are there any questions we may answer for you? David Licht, Project Coordinator (505) 224-4000 ext.52485 email@example.com Cynthia Molnar, Business Account Representative (505) 224-5228 firstname.lastname@example.org