FNNBOA Webinar Series
This is a free webinar series, with topics ranging from one to 16 sessions. The current series runs from August 2020 through March 2021 and includes:
Advanced Estimating (8 sessions)
RAPP inspection and estimations (1 session)
Housing authorities (4 sessions) - NEW START DATE
Inspecting existing dwellings (16 sessions)
Procurement in First Nations Communities (2 sessions) - NEW START DATE
Dispute resolutions and housing (1 session)
Window and door selection (1 session)
Soil testing (1 session)
Pile Foundations (1 session)
Northern guide update (2 sessions)
for dates, details and registration: https://www.fnnboa.ca/fnnboa-webinar-series
If you have any questions about the courses, contact FNNBOA via firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 613 236-2040.
First Nations Housing Webinar Series
Presented by First Nation Housing Community
OCTOBER 2020 - SCHEDULE
Here is our first batch of exciting First Nations Housing Webinars. Register today, tell your colleagues, learn best practices.
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Thursday Oct, 8, 2020 11am-12pm EST
A Look at Screw Guns
Media Personality Jon Eakes and Andrew Culham, Shibogama First Nations Council
A look at the task of driving screws into drywall and flooring – from the simplest drill/driver to collated machine guns. Also why we only use Philips screws for drywall.
Wednesday Oct 14, 2020 11am-12pm EST
Andrew Culham, Shibogama First Nations Council
Cellulose insulation and its uses in construction and renovations.
Wednesday Oct 21, 2020, 11am-12pm EST
The Housing Inspector
Jonathan Gregg, Independent First Nations Alliance
Today’s housing inspector needs to be building code trained, have Engineering or Architectural education, construction knowledge, awareness of industry standards, Construction Estimating capability and put all this together in report format for a building to be built or renovated.
Wednesday Oct 28, 2020, 11am-12pm EST
Section 95 and the New Dynamic Section 95 Application
Patrick Larocque, CMHC
Introduction to the Section 95 program and CMHC’s New Dynamic Excel Section 95 application form.