Today the International Code Council announced registration is open for the 2020 Code Council Leadership Week and Building Safety Conference of New Jersey. The conference will be held April 28-May 1, 2020, in Bally’s Atlantic City Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. This year’s conference will offer three days of building safety training from leading experts in the industry, expansive networking opportunities, educational sessions and much more.
Interested attendees and industry professionals can click here to start the registration process.
When registering, individuals will have two options: the full three-day conference package ($299) and the two-day special for Thursday and Friday ($199). All are encouraged to register by February 21, 2020, to take advantage of the conference’s early bird savings. Early bird registrants will be entered into a drawing for a free registration and hotel stay. Registration officially closes April 15, 2020.
This year’s conference offers a variety of educational sessions led by industry experts and professionals. Seminars and training for 2020 include:
- 2018 Mechanical Inspector M2 Certification Test Academy
- Fire/Life Safety Institute
- Permit Technician Academy
- 2018 IMC Design and Plan Review
- 2018 IRC Essentials
- 2018 IMC Combustion Air and Venting
- Residential Sprinklers: Homes to High Rise
- Common Fire Stop Issues
In order to register, attendees must print and fill out the full registration packet. Once complete, all packets should be sent to the Building Safety Conference Office:
Building Safety Conference
c/o DCA Education Unit
PO Box 802, Trenton, NJ 08625-0802
For more information about the conference, visit www.iccsafe.org/leadershipweek. For any registration questions, please contact DCA Education Unit at 609-984-7820.
About the International Code Council
The International Code Council is a nonprofit association that provides a wide range of building safety solutions including product evaluation, accreditation, certification, codification and training. It develops model codes and standards used worldwide to construct safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures.