Why Contractors Fail

It’s a reality that construction company failures occur. This on-demand course will address both the financial and nonfinancial “red flags” for construction company failure of which to be aware. Gain insights on the warning signs so you can remediate the situations, reduce the dangerous impact, and better navigate those murky waters.
 

After this session, you will be able to:

• Identify common red flags that a construction company in trouble would typically exhibit
• Recognize corrective actions that limit the impact of red flags
• Describe the ramifications of contractor failure

Level & Prerequisites
This Basic Level online self-study course was developed for professionals with 0-3 years of experience in construction finance. No prerequisites or advanced preparation is required.

CPE Information
Earn 1 CPE credit in the field of Management Services upon successfully completing this course and achieving at least 70% on the final exam.

CCIFP Information
Earn 1.0 CCIFP Professional Development Credits toward the General or Construction Requirement.

This on-demand course is based on CFMA’s popular webinar on this topic. Please note that you cannot receive CPE credit if you have already participated in CFMA’s live “Why Contractors Fail” webinar.

Course Length
The estimated time to complete the course and final exam is approximately 50 minutes depending on the pace of the learner.

Who Should Attend?
• Business Owners
• CFOs
• Construction Financial Professionals
• Contractors
• Controllers
• CPAs
• Professional Advisors
• Risk Managers
• Subcontractors


Contributing Developer
• Carl Oliveri, CPA, CCIFP, CFE, MBA, a Partner and Construction Practice Leader at Grassi & Co.
 

CFMA Colleague Discount
If you are a CFMA member and would like to enroll someone at your company in this course who is not a CFMA member, please contact CFMA at education@cfma.org for more information.
 

CFMA Group Discount
If you are interested in registering a group of individuals at your company, please contact CFMA at education@cfma.org for more information.