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021. CSE podcast – How Practicing within the Standard of Care Limits Professional Liability

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About this Episode:

  • Knowledge Statement #38: How practicing within the standard of care limits professional liability exposure
  • $200 April Amazon Giftcard Feedback Contest Winner is chosen and announced!
  • Upcoming Socal Seminar, Saturday May 21
  • Upcoming Seminars for June, July, & August – Sign up now http://californiasupplementalexam.com/seminars/
  • Carina send in feedback about the Study Guide
  • Dustin sends in some very touching feedback about the CSE podcasts
  • Brian and Lisl send in feedback about the discussion Essential Services Buildings and Hospitals
  • Link to OSHPD that Brian provided http://www.oshpd.ca.gov/FDD/seismic_compliance/
  • Online Multiple Choice Exam Simulator – BETA testing: How to become part of it and start practicing online. The details;
    • Online Multiple Choice Exam Simulator will formally launch at the end of May/early June, but you can become a BETA tester and gain access to the online tests in 2 Weeks PLUS gain free access once the Multiple Choice Exam Simulator goes public, here’s how;
    • Send to david@cseprep.com 20 Multiple Choice Questions w/ 4 answers and the correct answer noted. Please make sure these are orignal and thoughtful questions
    • You will be invited to begin participating in the Online Exam Simulator in about 2 weeks which should have a bank of 300 – 500 questions at that point
    • Once it goes public, you will receive FREE 30 day access
    • Send in your 20 Multiple Choice Questions to david@cseprep.com
  • Find us on itunes

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