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Choose your own path to excellence. Get expert training from ICC, the source of codes. You have three ways to learn:

Bring expert instructors directly to you with customized training. This on-site education option is the most flexible way to ensure the professionalism of your entire department!

Join your peers for regional training events, led by experts at locations throughout the U.S., when you attend a single-day Seminar or multi-day Institute. Learn more or go directly to the complete Live Schedule.

Study for an upcoming certification exam, complete premier online code training, or brush up for renewal with self-paced courses you complete entirely on your own schedule. Learn more or go directly to ICC’s Campus Online.

CEU Portal

Find out how many CEUs your governing organization gives for various ICC Courses.

What’s New

  • News

    New Preferred Provider Program FAQ Now Available

    The International Code Council continues to develop the new Preferred Provider Program (PPP) to expand the number of training topics and opportunities available to ICC Members, Chapters and others in the construction industry. The program will be a vehicle for Chapters and other education and industry providers to offer quality educational programs to code and fire officials, architects, engineers, designers, contractors and all industry professionals. Answers to many Frequently Asked Questions about this new program are now available.

    Free Online Tornado, Hurricane Safety Course Available

    The Code Council is offering a free online course in the ICC Online Campus to provide consumers with the information necessary to make an informed decision about installing a storm shelter in their homes. The course provides additional information on the weather hazards which affect life safety and how a storm shelter mitigates these risks. View the free online course today.

    ICC, NASFM Offer Crowd Manager Training

    Fatal disasters such as the Indiana State Fair 2011 stage collapse and the 2003 The Station nightclub fire illustrate the need for "trained crowd managers" to prevent repeat catastrophes. A new training program is available through the Code Council and National Association of State Fire Marshals. The program aims at making public gatherings safer by teaching event staff how to be better crowd managers.

  • Featured Institutes

    Residential Inspection Institute

    Chicago, IL | September 15-19 | 3.0 CEUs
    Based on the 2012 I-Codes, the Residential Inspection Institute is a five-day training where you will gain the necessary skills to perform thorough residential inspections more efficiently. Learn the latest inspection tools from interactive instruction and materials developed by ICC experts in building codes. Return to work with step-by-step processes to complete residential building, mechanical, plumbing and electrical inspections in addition to 3.0 CEUs. Learn more and register.

    Permit Technician Institute

    Seattle, WA | October 21-22 | 1.2 CEUs
    Be sure you’re at the top of your game by attending this two-day training from ICC, the source of the codes. The Permit Technician Institute will build a strong foundation of knowledge on the International Building Code (IBC) and the International Residential Code (IRC) and you will learn advanced customer relations skill and techniques that will help you be successful in the many situations you face on the job. Learn more and register.

    When Disaster Strikes Institute

    Des Moines, IA | November 3-4 |1.2 CEUs
    ICC’s When Disaster Strikes Institute is a two-day, interactive event led by expert instructor William C. Bracken, who has worked as an engineer and a licensed general contractor on structural, building envelope, general civil, floodplane and forensic engineering projects, as well as Urban Search and Rescue responses. Learn the critical elements and resources needed to assist communities after a natural disaster or train to become an ICC Certified Disaster Response Inspector (DRI), the only nationally available certification program for assisting with building assessment on behalf of and within affected communities. Learn more and register.

  • Campus Online

    Code Training Courses

    IBC Update Online Presentation – 2012

    0.1 CEUs
    Understand the major changes from the 2009 to the 2012 International Building Code®. Viewers will hear from an ICC Code expert who will discuss each major code change and the application of each new code requirement to design, plan review or inspection. Learn more.

    IRC Update Online Presentation – 2012

    0.1 CEUs
    Listen in as an ICC Code expert discusses each major code change and the application for design, plan review or inspection. Viewers will better understand the major changes from the 2009 to the 2012 International Residential Code®. Learn more.

     

    Featured Topic Webinar

    Evaluating Preliminary Building Plan Review Requirements

    0.2 CEUs
    Gain foundational knowledge of the code requirements of a preliminary plan review. This webinar reviews use and occupancy classifications, types of construction, height and area calculations, and the requirements for fire-resistant construction, fire protection system and basic means of egress. Learn more.

  • Hire ICC to Teach

    2012 IRC Performing Residential Plan Reviews

    2 days | 1.2 CEUs
    Learn a procedure for reviewing residential building plans and specifications based on the 2012 International Residential Code®. Attendees can practice a plan review during the seminar using actual construction documents and an IRC Plan Review Record. Learn more.

    2012 IBC Accessibility and Usability – Commercial Buildings

    1 day | 0.6 CEUs
    Review the minimum requirements for new or existing construction of accessible commercial facilities for compliance with the 2012 International Building Code® and ICC A117.1-2009 Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities. This course addresses the design, plan review and inspection of commercial buildings to ensure that people with physical, visual or hearing impairments can use the facilities. Learn more.

Questions?

Contact ICC for more information our educational offerings at icctraining@iccsafe.org or 888-ICC-SAFE (888-422-7233), ext. 33818.

Authorized IACET Provider

Authorized IACET ProviderThe International Code Council has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 1760 Old Meadow Road, Suite 500, McLean, VA 22102; (703) 506-3275. In obtaining this approval, The International Code Council has demonstrated that it complies with the ANSI/IACET Standard which is recognized internationally as a standard of good practice. As a result of their Authorized Provider accreditation status, The International Code is authorized to offer IACET CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard.

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