Individuals applying for recertification to the Miami-Dade County Board of Rules and Appeals, must attend continuing education classes, or seminars for a minimum of 16 hours during the previous two calendar years, per Miami-Dade County Code Sec. 8-21.11.
It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to submit proof of compliance with the continuing education requirements with a copy of the valid certificate of completion obtained from the course provider.
Whether you have already completed all required courses or presently scheduled for upcoming webinars, make sure to obtain and keep all your certificates. Registration to upcoming webinars is still available.
If you have any questions, please contact:
- Jaime D. Gascon 786-315-2508
- Mirtha Pena - [email protected]
- Amador Barzaga - 786-315-2559
- Dexter C. Bleasdell - 786-315-2556
- Lundy Clarke - 786-315-2057
- Eduardo Gonzalez - 786-315-2012
- John T. Hall - 786-315-2557
- Pedro (Pete) Quintela - 786-315-2518
- Gaspar Rodriguez - 786-315-2232
This year the Regulatory and Economic Resources Department (RER) in cooperation with Miami Dade College is pleased to present the continuing education program for Board of Rules and Appeals certified personnel. Twelve hours of training, applicable to everyone, will be provided. Individual four hour sessions directed at each specific trade will also be presented. Six Saturday sessions and two weekday sessions have also been included to allow greater flexibility in ensuring attendance while maintaining department staffing levels. All seminars will satisfy the 16 hours of biennial (each even numbered year) continuing education credit necessary for recertification by the Board of Rules and Appeals.