Fifteen Master Code Professionals named for second quarter of 2021
The International Code Council’s Master Code Professional (MCP) designation is the highest level of Code Council certification and is the “gold standard” for demonstrating proficiency in the code profession. Currently, there are more than 900 MCP professionals worldwide, and their achievements are a benefit to the code enforcement profession, as well as their communities. By becoming a Master Code Professional, the highest level of certification in the Code Council’s program, you can increase earnings and advance your career. The Code Council has certified thousands of individuals, but only a select number have attained this high level of achievement.
Last year, 38 select code professionals achieved the prestigious Master Code Professional designation. This year, 15 individuals gained the designation during the second quarter of 2021:
Richard Ames of Burlington, California, United States
Gregory Armstrong of Claremore, Oklahoma, United States
Chris Brown of North Dinwiddie, Virginia, United States
Daniel Dabler of Salem, Oregon, United States
Richard Golashovsky of Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, United States
William Hordyk of Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States
Damian Jorge of Hughesville, Maryland, United States
Norman Kain of Franklin, Georgia, United States
Daniel Mauldin of Redwood City, California, United States
Chris Netherton of Lexington, South Carolina, United States
Chad Phillips of Milledgeville, Georgia, United States
Michael Rohlfing of Audubon, Pennsylvania, United States
Tim Shiner of Moncks Corner, South Carolina, United States
Kevin Shulman of Lakewood, Colorado, United States
Robert Sterioti of Oswego, Illinois, United States
“The Master Code Professional certification is the pinnacle of all Code Council certifications, representing a level of effort, knowledge and dedication that elevates not only the individual achieving it but the code official profession as a whole,” said Code Council Chief Executive Officer Dominic Sims, CBO.
To become a Code Council Master Code Professional, a candidate must first pass 10 core Code Council exams plus an additional number of elective Code Council exams. Typical Master Code Professionals hold 17 or more Code Council certifications. To become a Master Code Professional, certified individuals must complete an additional 60 hours of Continuing Education Units every three years to maintain active status. Master Code Professionals are typically responsible for all technical and management aspects of code enforcement with duties that range from the management of a code enforcement department to the supervision of inspectors and plan reviewers.
Learn more about how you can join this elite group and let us help you open the door to increased professional challenges and career advancement. Click here for an application to receive a Master Code Professional designation.