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Education Classes and Webinars

We are offering online classes and in person classes at our offices at 455 Bay Street, Petoskey.



Use the registration form listed below as a PDF link, FOR ALL CLASSES. Fill it in, scan and email it to us. If needed, you may also call us with your registration information and pay by credit card over the phone. 


CONTACT:  Lyn Ann Reid, Executive Officer, HBANM  or call the office at  231-348-9770

HBA of Michigan

The HBA of Michigan has classes online for all HBA members. Click below for current offerings. 


ONLINE CLASS  FEE:  HBA Members $90      Non-HBA $100

If you received your Michigan Builders License before 1/1/09, you only need a 3-Hour Code/Law/Safety course to renew your license by May 31st. If you were licensed on or after 1/1/09, you must complete 21 hours by your third-year anniversary and another 21 hours by your sixth-year anniversary, with a minimum of 3 hours per year.  After 6 years of licensing, you only need to take the 3-hour Code/Law/Safety once during each 3-year licensing cycle. Renewal deadline is May 31st.

Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Wednesday, April 12, 2023

Wednesday, May 17, 2023

Wed, APRIL 26, 2023 -- CONTRACTS, LIENS AND WAIVERS class. Hosted in person at 10 am at the HBANM offices, 455 Bay Street, Petoskey   

FEE: $100 HBA members  $150 non-members


Wed, APRIL 26 -- BUILDERS 3-HOUR CE CLASS - In person class. 

FEE: HBA Members $125 HBA members   $150 non members

In Cheboygan, at Builders FirstSource,9 AM

In Petoskey at HBANM offices, 455 Bay Street, Petoskey, at 2 PM


Wed, MAY 10-- BUILDERS CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES (60 Hour  Builders License Class)  ONLINE     

FEE:  HBA Members $600       Non-HBA $650 includes books. 

2022-23 CPR/First Aid Classes  --  These classes can be done at your work site. Please call us to arrange it. 

Recent changes in the law require that contractors ensure that at least one person with a valid certificate in first aid training shall be present at each worksite to render first aid. In addition, where a single employee worksite exists, the employer is required to have a written plan that is communicated to all employees.  Further, medically approved first aid kits are required on site. On completion of the class, you will receive your certificate.  

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