Training Events

Training Events

Training Events

ICC's training events offer comprehensive educational experiences with opportunities to learn best practices from leading experts. Build your professional network with colleagues in the field while earning valuable continuing education units.

  • Training Institutes: Multiday, single-topic sessions such as Residential Inspections, Plan Review, Disaster Response, and more.
  • Chapter Events: Organized by chapters, any interested professional can attend these local sessions.
  • Live Schedule: List of all upcoming training
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When Disaster Strikes Institute

Biloxi, MS | September 1-2, 2015 | 1.2 CEUs
The When Disaster Strikes Institute provides participants with critical knowledge and resources needed to assist their communities after a natural disaster. The institute is one of only two post-disaster assessment programs in the country that are nationally recognized by the National Incident Response System (NIMS). Throughout this interactive, two-day event, participants will receive expert training and valuable materials needed to become a valuable resource that every community needs. Learn more: Biloxi, MS

Residential Inspection Institute

Atlanta, GA | September 14-18, 2015 | 3.0 CEUs
Review the latest inspection tools and receive practical information from those that know the codes best. Receive important instruction and materials from exerts in building codes and inspection. Learn step-by-step processes to complete residential building, mechanical, plumbing and electrical inspections. Earn 3.0 CEUs at this interactive, five-day event. Learn more: Atlanta, GA

Code Official Institute

Phoenix, AZ | December 7-10, 2015 | 2.4 CEUs
If you are a code official or moving up through the ranks to become a code official, the Code Official Institute is a must-attend event. You will learn the necessary administrative and management skills to help you and your building department make your communities safer. During this interactive institute, you will discuss on-the-job problems and brainstorm solutions with other attendees. Specific topics addressed include human resource management, financial management, ethics, increasing credibility of the Code Official and legal strategies. The instructor will also address new technologies that can help you more easily meet the needs of your community. Learn more: Phoenix, AZ

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Educator of the Year Award

Nominations are now being accepted for the Educator of the Year Award. This award will be presented at the 2015 ICC Annual Conference, scheduled for Sept. 27-29 in Long Beach, California.  Click here for more information and nomination form.

Preferred Provider Program Now Available

ICC’s new Preferred Provider Program, which launched in November 2014, offers onsite and online educational courses to meet your training needs. The goal of the Program is to partner with ICC Chapters, jurisdictions, educators and industry to provide a broad range of opportunities for learning and to earn ICC CEUs. Training users can review the Preferred Provider courses listings now. Education providers can apply to join the program.

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.

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ICC + RedVector

ICC is excited to partner with RedVector, a leader in eLearning and workforce training solutions, to provide an improved, interactive online training experience. The flexible and convenient option of ICC's Campus Online is enhanced through the partnership with RedVector, and ensures the ICC members and others in the construction industry have continuing education opportunities to support their careers and professional development.

Featured Courses: 2012 International Green Construction Code Fundamentals
Part 1 | On-Demand, 2 hours | 0.2 CEUs
Part 2 | On-Demand, 2 hours | 0.2 CEUs
These courses will provide an overview of the critical concepts of the 2012 International Green Construction Code© (IgCC©), including how IgCC© regulates new construction, existing construction, and community development. Presented by Dave Walls, Executive Director – Sustainability Programs for ICC, Part 1 will explain chapters one through 5 and Part 2 will explain chapters six through 12, plus the appendices, of the IgCC©.

Overview of the 2013 CALGreen Commissioning Requirements

This pre-recorded webinar is designed for those involved with compliance and enforcement of the new 2013 California Green Building Standards Code in non-residential applications. The webinar explores challenges and issues faced by inspectors, plans examiners, contractors and designers concerning construction, inspection, documentation and other enforcement and compliance issues

Overview of the 2013 CALGreen Non-residential Provisions

This pre-recorded webinar is designed for those involved with compliance and enforcement of the new 2013 California Green Building Standards Code in non-residential applications. The webinar explores challenges and issues faced by inspectors, plans examiners, contractors and designers concerning construction, inspection, documentation and other enforcement and compliance issues

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2015 IBC Significant Changes

This seminar reviews and analyzes selected significant changes from the 2012 International Building Code (IBC) to the 2015 IBC. It familiarizes building officials, fire officials, plans examiners, inspectors and design professionals with many of the significant changes in the 2015 IBC. It also assists code users in identifying the specific code changes that have occurred and understanding the reason behind the change. Finally, it focuses on those code changes selected due to their frequency of application, special significance or change in application. This course uses the Significant Changes to the International Building Code 2015 Edition.

2015 IRC Significant Changes

This seminar reviews and analyzes selected significant changes from the 2012 International Residential Code (IRC) to the 2015 IRC. It familiarizes building officials, fire officials, plans examiners, inspectors and design professionals with many of the significant changes in the 2015 IRC. It also assists code users in identifying the specific code changes that have occurred and understanding the reason behind the change. Finally, it focuses on those code changes selected due to their frequency of application, special significance or change in application. This course uses the Significant Changes to the International Residential Code 2015 Edition.

2015 IFC Significant Changes

This seminar reviews and analyzes selected significant changes from the 2012 International Fire Code (IFC) to the 2015 IFC. It familiarizes building officials, fire officials, plans examiners, inspectors and design professionals with many of the significant changes in the 2015 IFC. It also assists code users in identifying the specific code changes that have occurred and understanding the reason behind the change. Finally, it focuses on those code changes selected due to their frequency of application, special significance or change in application. This course uses the Significant Changes to the International Fire Code 2015 Edition.