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CSLB Alerts Licensees to Upcoming Public Works Training Seminar

Session to explain how to tap state and federal stimulus funds

SACRAMENTO -A growing number of California's more than 314,000 contractors are hoping to bid for public works contracts to boost their lagging workload. These public works opportunities, however, come with a long list of requirements and rules. To assist with the process, the State of California has scheduled a training seminar to help you navigate these regulations and chart a course to new federal and state stimulus money.

The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) is encouraging southern California licensees who plan to bid on public works projects to attend the Public Works Training Seminar for Contractors, being hosted by the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), on Thursday, January 21, 2010, at the Hilton Orange County in Costa Mesa. Scheduled topics during the day-long seminar include:

  • "The Availability of New Federal & State Stimulus Funds for Public Works in California"
  • Understanding prevailing wage rates and how to follow the rules
  • "How Prevailing Wage Requirements are Enforced"
  • Apprenticeship requirements
  • "The Nuts & Bolts of the Administrative Review Process for Public Works Contractors"
  • "Changes to Public Works Monitoring & Compliance."
Public Works Training Seminar for Contractors
Cost $99, includes box lunch
Date/Time Thursday, January 21, 2010
8:00am - 4:30pm
(Registration Opens at 7:00am)
Location Hilton Orange County
3050 Bristol Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
More Information & To Register Marian Agbayani: magbayani@dir.ca.gov
(415) 703-5055

 

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