ICC Proctored Remote Online Testing (PRONTO) Helping Your Organization Provide
PRONTO On-site (PRONTO@work)

ICC PRONTO is a proctored online remote testing option now available to all code officials. This secure and convenient online exam delivery service is even better when integrated into your jurisdiction through a dedicated on-site testing area.

Not sure what is needed to establish a dedicated PRONTO@work testing area in your office? PRONTO provides overview resources to help you get started, as well as recognition for organizations that have committed to providing this valuable opportunity on-site for their staff.

ICC PRONTO is a proctored online remote testing option now available to all code officials. This secure and convenient online exam delivery service is even better when integrated into your jurisdiction through a dedicated on-site testing area.

PRONTO Pluses 

  • Convenient Access: Exams are available 24/7
  • Real-time Results: Results are provided upon test completion
  • Test Integrity: Advanced exam security features ensure test integrity and accuracy
  • One-of-a-Kind Solution: PRONTO was the first proctored remote online testing option available for building professional certifications
PRONTO@work Dedicated Exam Space On-site Benefits

By providing an easy and hassle-free way for staff to take certification tests in the office, your organization will:

  • Increase efficiencies with less staff time-off for travel to exams
  • Provide a peak testing environment for success with a controlled, distraction-free setting
  • Encourage more employees to pursue certifications and advancement
  • Commit to safer communities through increased number of staff with code credentials
  • Be known as an innovative partner dedicated to ensuring code compliance and professionalism within your department with recognition as a PRONTO@work organization
NEW! PRONTO has an Improved Proctoring Experience!
We've upgraded PRONTO's proctoring service in our commitment to improving your testing experience.

Simple IT and General Requirements for PRONTO@work Testing

Additional Requirements

Not Supported

Test your equipment

A functioning microphone (some web cameras have the built-in)

A compatible browser : Google Chrome (preferred), Mozilla Firefox, or Safari

Adobe Flash

Google Chromebooks (supported for G Suite Certificaiton and G Suite Administrator exams)

Tablets (Nexus, iPad, Tab, Note, etc.)

Linux operating systems

Windows 10 in S mode or Surface RT

No running inside a virtual machine. You will be asked to reconnect using your host operating system to take your exam

NOTE: Before you test, you will be prompted to download a one-time minor software installation. You have the option to delete the software after your exam or keep it on your browser if you are planning to take another PRONTO exam in the future.

Resources for Troubleshooting

For Proctor Connection Issues, contact ProctorU:
Phone: 1-855-772-8678, Option 1
Text Support Prior to connection timesend a ticket for support
Text Support During connection time: You will have Live Chat support available
Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

For all other questions, please contact us at

What a PRONTO@work site has to share
The City of San Antonio’s Development Services Department (DSD) is one of the first in the nation to implement PRONTO@work as an additional option for achieving certification. DSD moved quickly to test this new examination method with much success.
“The availability of PRONTO fits with one of our City’s core values – innovation. With this technology, we anticipate more staff will be able to take their certification exams,” said DSD Director Michael Shannon, PE, CBO. “As a department, we strongly encourage our employees to obtain ICC certifications in various areas to make our building and code enforcement team better equipped to handle the construction, inspection and maintenance of code-compliant structures.”
Jenny Ramirez, Code Enforcement Manager, points out, “I did not have to worry about scheduling around the test center calendar; it was at my convenience.  The steps for logging in were simple and direct. I plan to take the rest of my ICC exams through PRONTO.”
Florence Diaz, Plans Examiner Supervisor, said, “My experience with PRONTO@work has been a positive one. Scheduling the room is quick and easy, and the location is very convenient. Personally, having a room to myself to perform the test is more relaxing than attending a testing site.”

Are You Interested in Becoming a PRONTO@work site?
Simply setup your space and tell us about it by filling out the form.

We Want to Hear from You!
Are you already a PRONTO@work site and want to share your experience and join our growing list of PRONTO@work sites? Send pictures of your testing area and/or testimonials to

Thank you to our current PRONTO@work testing areas:
ABG Roofing
Apprenticeship Skill and Improvement Program Operating Engineers Local 150
Caln Township Department of Building and Life Safety
City of Asheville
City of Auburndale Florida
City of Aurora Illinois
City of Denison Iowa
City of El Paso Texas
City of Katy
City of Kent
City of Lake Wales Florida
City of Marble Falls TX (Development Services Dept.)
City of Morgantown
City of New Smyrna Beach Florida
City of North Las Vegas (pictured)
City of Phoenix, Arizona
City of Port St. Lucie, Florida
City of Sheridan
City of Safford
City of Tomball
City of Tracy
Complete Fueling Solutions
DILP, Howard County MD 21046
Howard County Inspections DILP-2
Larry M Jacobs & Associates, Inc. 
Louisville Metro Codes and Regulations
Materials Testing & Consulting, Inc. 
MHA Nation Construction Management
Pickaway County Building Department
Renova Concept
Seattle Fire Department
S & ME, Inc. 
Townzen & Associates, Inc
Town of Clarkdale, AZ
Town of Summerville
T&T Construction Enterprises LLC
Universal Engineering and Science
Village of Bourbonnais
Village of Elk Grove Village
Village of Lisle, IL

If you offer a PRONTO@work testing area, please fill out the form above so we can highlight your organization!

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Join a live training event from any location with an internet connection. When you join a virtual classroom, you can actually see your instructor. This is a hybrid learning environment where you participate remotely but experience the same collaboration, instructor interaction and learning benefits as if you were physically in the classroom.


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Officer Safety Procedures: Compliance Inspections, Drug Awareness & Mental Illness | February 17

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The International Code Council offers live webinars led by industry professionals on specialized topics. The webinar series are becoming a very popular alternative to full day trainings that break up larger topic areas into condensed 1 to 1 1/2 hour training over multiple sessions. Take one or take them all!

2018 Residential Building Inspector Webinar Series:
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Building Planning, Part I | January 20
Building Planning, Part II | January 27
Chapters 4–10, Part I | February 3
Chapters 4–10, Part II | February 10
Existing Buildings | February 17

Leadership Webinar Series:
Effective Leadership | January 19
Flexing Your Muscles | February 24
Mastering the Art of Mentorship | March 31
Making a Difference | April 22
Get Connected | May 20

2018 Commercial Building Inspector Webinar Series:
Building Planning | January 26
Footings and Foundations | February 2
Wall Construction | February 9
Public Safety and Special Construction, Part I | February 16
Public Safety and Special Construction, Part II | February 23

Sharing a digital badge in your eMail Signature

Share Your Digital Badge in Your eMail Signature


Adding your digital badge to your email signature is another great way to showcase your accomplishment.
It is important that you not only include the badge image but also the hyperlink to the information about the badge you have earned. Please follow the detailed directions below.

Badge EMail Signature Image

Step 1:
Select your image and hyperlink.

  1. Log into your myICC account and select (click on) the badge you’d like to add to your email signature from your dashboard.
  2. Select the share button at the top the page.
  3. Select the tab with the download icon and use the sliding scale to select the appropriate size for your image download. (We recommend around 150x150 pixels) Click the "Download Image" button.
  4. Select the tab with the link icon and click the "Copy" button to copy the Badge URL to your clipboard. You'll need this to hyperlink your downloaded image.

Step 2:
Select your email platform from the list below and follow those instructions.

Microsoft Outlook
1. Open your outlook email

2. Start a new email and click signature in the top navigation.

3. Either edit an existing signature or add a new one.

4. Click the add image icon (2nd to last icon at right corner of edit signature bar) and choose the badge image you downloaded.

5. Next hyperlink the image by clicking the add link icon (last icon at the right corner of the edit signature bar). Paste the badge url you copied in Step 1.

6. Select Save.

1. Open your gmail account and find the settings area and scroll to the signature block

2. Use the picture icon to upload the badge image you downloaded.

3. Highlight the image and click on the link icon.

4. Paste the url you copied from Step 1.

5. Select Save.

1. Open the Mail app in Mac OS. Go to the Mail menu and click Preferences.

2. Choose the Signatures tab and then click the [+] plus button to add a new signature or select a signature you’ve already created.

3. Open your Finder to locate the badge image you want to add to your signature; select the image and then drag and drop it into the signature section.

4. To add the hyperlink to the image, select the image, go to edit, then click add link and enter/paste the URL from Step 1 into the box.

5. Click OK.

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This webinar series will provide an overview of the basic principles and concepts of the International Fire Code (IFC). Participants will be better able to understand and apply concepts required to conduct assigned inspections for compliance with Codes and Standards adopted by their jurisdiction.

Time: All webinars being at 12:00 PM CT

Price (each webinar): $49 (member) $59 (non-member)

CEUs (each webinar): 0.15

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This webinar series will provide an overview of the basic concepts of the International Building Code (IBC). Each webinar will cover fundamental provisions and general topics of the IBC as well as discuss how the code relates to the design, construction and inspection of commercial buildings.

Time: All webinars being at 12:00 PM CT

Price (each webinar): $49 (member) $59 (non-member)

CEUs (each webinar): 0.15

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