Based on hundreds of job site inspections, APA – The Engineered Wood Association identified the most common wood construction framing and sheathing challenges and errors found in today’s wood framed construction. This session will examine the consequences of the errors and provide practical solutions for avoiding them in future construction. The City of San Antonio's Development Services Department fails two out of three first framing inspections. The goal of this course is to ensure your frames pass inspection the first time!
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There are 50+ additions and enhancements to the Texas Association of Builders (TAB) contracts package available for sale to Builder and Remodeler Members only.

Contract and Addendum Package includes:
  • Code compliance matters and provisions regarding arbitration
  • Latent Defect Claims to include the recent surge in stucco lawsuits
  • NEW Job Rules Addendum to the Independent Contractor Form
  • NEW Homeowner Maintenance Form

You can find out what is included in the TAB contract package for purchase
on the GSABA website on the webinar’s registration page at www.sabuilders.com.
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Secrets of a Sales Champion Course Description: Did you know that less than 30% of sales counselors make more than 6-figures per year in commissions? Join us to find out what top-tier sales counselors do differently from their peers and how you can implement these secret weapons to accelerate your own sales. 

Road Blocks of Landing a Sale Course Description: Objection handling is often one of the most under discussed areas of sales and this is where many new home sales are made or lost! You will gain valuable information on why objections cause so many problems, what/where they stem from, and the 4-step process to handle any objection that comes your way!
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The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) (nahb.org) and the Job-Site Safety Institute (JSI) (jssafety.org) developed a four hour seminar for builders, trade contractors, supervisors and workers. This training program was funded under a grant from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

  • Recognize common fall hazards in residential construction.
  • Identify when fall protection is required. 
  • Determine which protection system to use for a given fall hazard. 
  • Understand key requirements and basic safety practices for each protection system. 
  • Learn the safety requirements and practices for ladders and scaffolding.
The training materials will be emailed in advance. Participants must attend the full four hours of training and take a test at the end of the class to receive your certificate.
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Thank You to Our Presenting Partner
The 2020 Educational Series is presented in part by CPS Energy