As the world continues its battle to contain the coronavirus pandemic, it’s hard to remember a time before COVID-19 and social distancing wasn’t on everyone’s mind. The lives of people around the globe came to a screeching halt earlier this year, with the virus forcing most to stay at home and avoid physical interaction to help further prevent its spread. Code officers all over the country became “front line workers,” and enforced new codes and ordinances to keep cities safe.
From NBA legend Kobe Bryant being killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, to the world watching George Floyd die on May 25 by a Minneapolis police officer which sparked a wave of demonstrations and riots across the world to demand an end to police brutality and racial injustice; I say wholeheartedly…
Goodbye 2020, and good riddance!
The good news is, there are a lot of great things happening with new and exciting training opportunities available. While 2020 has caused the world to react and adapt, in 2021 local governments and regulatory code officials should embrace the opportunity of allowing employees to not only work but to also learn from home.
Marcus Kellum and the team at Metric One Training and Consulting will be offering great new classes which will help towards maintaining your certification, and helping your organization deliver greater value.
You can Register Now for the Virtual Housing, Property Maintenance and Legal Aspects Class, or you can click the links below to view new course titles such as:
Don’t forget to visit the ANNOUNCEMENTS page to see what’s currently available, and feel free to reach out and inquire about any classes or services you seek.
If your state organization, professional chapter, city, department, team, or organization requires certified, relevant regulatory training; the professional contributors of the Standards and Codes Academy can customize a program especially for you. With courses created and taught by nationally recognized instructors, you will receive up to date best practices and resource information in every class.
The goal of the Standards and Codes Academy is to integrate the practical experience of subject matter experts within the context of best practices, existing codes, and academic content. Attendees of the Academy will gain new insights on regulatory code enforcement, and all other aspects of building, property, and development services.