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Learn how to identify and duplicate keys, service pin and disc cylinders, read key codes and how to impression keys, set up master key systems and incorporate life safety codes into lock designs.

Equip your new employees or general laborers with skills for the commercial construction industry. Each general industry course or occupational workshop includes instruction plus hands-on experience working with commercial construction principles.

Working with and developing construction drawings are critical skills for frontline workers, engineers, project managers and coordinators. Create a custom training that addresses basic construction print reading, drawing fundamentals, and drawing design using software tools standard to the residential, commercial and industrial construction sectors. Training can be tailored to: -Working with Construction Drawings - Gain the skills and know-how to interpret construction prints and drawings. -Developing Construction Drawings - Introduces graphic communication methods used in construction. Basic sketching techniques are taught along with drafting procedures using digital tools and software.

Covers the requirements for fall protection and provides an overview of the latest information and technology available.

Learn on-the-go sketching techniques designed to strengthen communication with clients, contractors, and suppliers in this seminar. Interior designers use sketches to provide another method of communicating and sharing ideas with others. When your ideas are understood, trust is gained, which allows creative freedom and flexibility.

Is designed for people who are or have been certified by the Wisconsin Department of Health as a Lead-Safe Renovator and wish to satisfy the training requirement to renew that certification. It provides four hours of continuing education credit for those seeking credits to renew their Wisconsin or Minnesota Residential Contractor Qualifier designation.

Explains that effective April of 2010, each crew conducting remodeling, renovating and/or painting activities in homes built before 1978 will have to have at least one member certified as a Lead Safe Renovator. This course satisfies the training requirement to obtain EPA Renovator Certification. Topics covered include background information on lead, health effects of exposure to lead, regulations, worksite preparation, conducting interim control and non-abatement activities, worksite clean-up and disposal.

Mold management continues to be a growing issue for environmental health. Training focuses on early detection signs and evaluation options. Participants will draft a model which depicts an effective mold management plan for a simulated facility. Learn about mold identification and management, as well as remediation options. The training is ideal for anyone who develops or maintains a mold management program.

Learn what it takes to be in compliance with the common Construction OSHA Regulations. Receive an OSHA 10-hour card upon completion.

Informs construction industry personnel of the administrative regulations and safety standards of the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). This course covers construction hazards and their control and helps the participant implement a safety program to comply with OSHA regulations. A federal certificate of completion is awarded at the end of the course.