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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.


2018 IBC® Means of Egress | January 7

2021 IRC® Significant Changes | January 12

2018 Principles of Building Safety | January 19–21

2021 IFC® Significant Changes | January 19

Applying the Codes to Cannabis Facilities | January 22

Code Official | January 25–28

2018 IBC® Essentials | January 27


2018 IBC® and IFC® Fire Protection Systems | February 2

2019 CRC Essentials | February 10

2019 CBC Essentials | February 11

2018 IRC® Essentials | February 16

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

Basic Code Enforcement | February 18

2021 IPC®, IMC® and IFGC® Significant Changes | February 19

2018 Fire and Life Safety Institute | February 23–25

Essential Skills for Rising Leaders | February 23

2018 IBC® Special Topics Day 1 | February 24

2018 IBC® Special Topics Day 2 | February 25


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:
Administration and Adoption | January 13
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

Permit Tech Webinar Series

This webinar series will provide an overview of general topics that pertain to the Permit Technician position. Each webinar will build an understanding of the intent and application of the code, discuss how to apply the code to specific situations as well as discuss best practices.

Time: All webinars being at 12:00 PM CT

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

CEUs (each webinar): 0.15 (except where noted)

Pool & Spa Code Training

The Learning Center at the International Code Council in partnership with the Pool & Hot Tub Alliance (PHTA) is pleased to present a webinar series on the key information in the 2018 International Swimming Pool & Spa Code (ISPSC®). Join us for one or join us for all! Each webinar begins promptly at Noon (CT).

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Mass Timber

 Mass Timber Resources


The Learning Center at ICC is pleased to bring to you new training opportunities on Mass Timber Construction. This training is being co-sponsored with the American Wood Council (AWC).

Webinar Series:

Each webinar is 90 minutes in length and begins promptly at 12:00 noon central time. Take one or take them all!


Learn what's new in the 2015/2018 IBC® for Mass Timber construction as well as an overview of Tall Mass Timber construction per the 2021 IBC®. Choose from any of the dates, locations, or virtual options below.

Additional Resources:


Developed by ICC and American Wood Council, this first edition provides an overview of requirements for mass timber construction as found in the 2021 International Building Code® (IBC®). The document reviews the 2015 IBC’s recognition of cross-laminated timber (CLT), the reorganization of heavy timber provisions in the 2018 IBC, followed by the historic changes in the 2021 IBC and International Fire Code® (IFC®) for tall mass timber construction. The 2021 IBC and IFC include important changes in material technologies and their expanded use as proposed by the ICC Ad Hoc Committee on Tall Wood Buildings. Three new types of construction (Types IV-A, IV-B and IV-C) defined and included in the 2021 codes allow the use of mass timber for buildings of taller heights, more stories above grade, and greater allowable areas compared to existing provisions for heavy timber buildings.

2018 Special Insp Study Companion


This study companion is a comprehensive self-study guide for the general requirements portion of the Special Inspector exams. It addresses special inspection, requirements for structural and fire-resistant materials, and duties of the special inspector, building department and designers. This publication will also be available this October as combo along with the 2018 Special Inspection Manual. Pre-orders are being accepted.

Tall Mass Timber Special Inspector Certification:

The Tall Mass Timber Special Inspector Certification will be available starting September 18, 2020!

ICC is Awarded ANSI Accreditation


The International Code Council (ICC) is Awarded
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Accreditation

On March 29, 2019 ICC was granted initial accreditation under ISO/IEC 17024:2012 from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Personal Certification Accreditation Committee (PCAC) for the following certification programs:
  • Residential Building Inspector - B1
  • Commercial Building Inspector - B2
Who Accredits a Certification Organization?
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) that’s who!
ANSI administers an accreditation program for certification agencies through their accreditation program based on the International Standard ANSI/ISO/IEC 17024. ANSI accreditation is recognized across borders and is the official U.S. representative to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and, via the U.S. National Committee, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).

What is the process to receive an ANSI accreditation?

ANSI accreditation is completely voluntary. Certification agencies are not required to receive ANSI accreditation, yet, accreditation by ANSI under its consensus and due process-based system provides certification agencies with an exemplary level of credibility, integrity and trust.
The ANSI accreditation process involves both a review of a paper application and the performance of an assessment (onsite visit) to validate information provided by the applicant. The onsite assessment for accreditation of personnel certification is unique to the ANSI accreditation process. On average, the overall process to meet requirements for ANSI accreditation is 12 to 24 months.

Why is ANSI accreditation important to the ICC Assessment Center and their Certifications?

  • The government and regulators rely on ANSI accreditation because of the proven outcomes of accredited programs. Government entities look to ANSI to provide accreditation programs that improve industry practices and distinguish quality certification programs.
  • ANSI is the only accreditor for standards as American National Standards.
  • A report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) cites ANSI 17024 accreditation programs as a tool to make certification program more reliable and rigorous.
  • A report from the Corporation for a Skilled Workforce (CSW) highlights the role played by ANSI 17024 accreditation in the development of an effective workforce credentialing market in the U.S.
  • ANSI believes accredited certifications are critical, particularly in areas relating to public health, national security, safety, and the environment, which are all areas in alignment with ICC philosophy.
  • The manner in which the B1 and B2 exams are accredited is the same standard to which ICC holds all of their certification exams.

 Why is ANSI accreditation important to YOU, the Certification holder?

  • Receiving an ANSI accredited certification is a mark of distinction. It shows that you are not about just meeting a standard, but about going beyond to pursue excellence.
  • The ANSI accredited certification signals to an employer that you have undergone a valid assessment to verify that you have the necessary competencies.
  • It gives you assurance that an ICC certification has gone through the rigorous process of accreditation to bring to you the most reliable and adept certification.

Training for Architects

Helping Architects Become Proficient in the

Training Led by the Organization that Develops the Code

Design Professional Institute

This 2-day institute is a must-attend event. Relevant topics include: Occupancy Classification, Height & Area, Fire Safety, Sprinklers, Means of Egress, Accessibility and additional information from theInternational Codes® (I-Codes®)

Architect and Engineer Design Coordination

This 1-hour interactive online course will analyze project scopes, scheduling, quality control, and the permitting process; all items that will need to be coordinated before and during the design of the project.

2018 IBC® Means of Egress

This seminar addresses numerous provisions in the 2018 International Building Code® (IBC®) where the code contains requirements pertaining to establishing a means of egress in buildings. During this training, participants will listen to lecture and view examples, as well as discuss sections of the IBC that pertain to means of egress. They will participate in activities that involve a set of plans.

Accessibility and Usability: Commercial and Residential

This seminar focuses on the minimum requirements for new or existing construction of accessible commercial buildings and residential facilities for compliance with the International Building Code® (IBC®) and ICC A117.1 Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities. It addresses the design, plan review and inspection of residential buildings and facilities to ensure that people with physical impairments, visual impairments and hearing impairments can use the facilities. Attendees will participate in activities that involve questions and answers, discussion and case study, performing parts of individually and in groups.

Significant Changes to the A117.1, 2017 Edition

This course offers an overview and in-depth coverage of the changes from the 2003 to the 2017 A117.1 Accessibility Standard. It identifies important changes in organization, accessibility standard requirements and the applicability of these requirements to design, plan review and inspection. This course uses the ICC publication Significant changes to the A117.1 Accessibility Standard – 2017 Edition.

2018 IBC® Mixed Occupancies

Based on the provisions of International Building Code® (IBC®) Section 508, this seminar addresses those special requirements applicable to buildings containing two or more occupancy classifications. The three mixed-occupancy options are presented along with examples and exercises that illustrate the proper application of the provisions.

2018 IBC® Allowable Heights and Areas

Based on the provisions of International Building Code® (IBC®) Chapter 5, this seminar focuses on how a building’s occupancy classification and type of construction relate to the maximum building size permitted by the IBC. The approach to determining a building’s maximum allowable height and area is explained, including use of Table 503 and all related permitted increases due to sprinkler protection and frontage open space. Detailed provisions related to mezzanines and unlimited area buildings are also addressed.

Overview of the ICC 500

The ICC 500 is a standard for the design and construction of storm shelters. This course will review the scoping, or where it is required to use the ICC 500 in the codes. There will also be an overview of the technical requirements, or the how to, in Chapters 1-9 in the ICC 500.


Engage and interact from anywhere! The following details apply to most webinars:

Registration Fees

  • Member: Discounted
  • Non-member: Full price
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Group registration: call 888-ICC-SAFE (888-422-7233) Ext. 4353.

Individual registration required to receive CEUs.

Registration closes 60 minutes before scheduled start time. If you register the morning of the webinar, please call 888-ICC-SAFE (888-422-7233) Ext. 33818 immediately following your registration and request a confirmation letter.


Minimum System Requirements

  • Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional or above/Mac OS X v10.4
  • Adobe® Flash® Player 10
  • Minimum of 200 Kbits/sec downstream bandwidth