ICC Chapter Education Benefit

Improvements: More Flexibility, More Options

ICC continues its commitment to providing members with quality training and educational options with the enhanced Chapter Education Benefit (CEB). The CEB now provides Chapters with an education credit good for either one day of training through an ICC Preferred Provider (view the Preferred Provider Manual and FAQs) or one day of ICC training.


  1. The CEB provides an education working credit that offers flexibility to ICC Chapters requesting training
  2. A CEB Day is provided to all Chapters in good standing. Chapters must submit an annual report each year to receive the benefit.
  3. Chapters can use their credit to obtain training in one of two ways:
    • Request one day of ICC training. If chosen, Code Council Training staff will…
      • Help schedule the training day;
      • Provide an instructor; and
      • Provide a PDF of any presentation deck that accompanies the course.
    • Chapters may, alternatively, request reimbursement of one day of training from a Preferred Provider (maximum $1,200).
  4. Chapters may donate their CEB Day to another Chapter; however, no more than three credits may be combined for a single training event.
  5. The benefit is valid for one calendar year. It cannot be accumulated or carried over from one year to the next and expires on December 31 of each year.
  6. The benefit will be provided to the Chapter upon verification of eligibility by ICC Member Services Department or ICC Training.

ICC Training

  1. Chapters will submit their request to ICC Training to request an ICC training
  2. ICC training is good for a single day of any ICC seminar(s) listed in the CEB catalog.
  3. The presentation deck will be provided in PDF format free of charge and may be distributed by each Chapter to attendees.
  4. Chapters are eligible for substantial discounts when they purchase any seminar workbooks.
  5. Two half-day seminars may be scheduled on the same day in place of one full day The topics of two half-day seminars, however, must be related in such a way that only one ICC instructor is needed to be scheduled.
  6. Certain seminars are beyond the scope of this policy and are not eligible for a complimentary CEB Day. Examples include electrical and legal seminars or training that is contracted through other associations or where special circumstances exist.
  7. ICC training days will use ICC staff instructors assigned by the Training staff. Contract instructors may be assigned at the discretion and responsibility of the ICC Training Department. Requests for specific instructors will be considered but cannot be guaranteed.
  8. ICC training days must be requested for scheduling at least 60 days in advance of the seminar delivery date.

Preferred Provider Training

  1. The reimbursement value of the benefit for one day of Preferred Provider training is up to $1,200.
  2. Chapters will hire and pay the Preferred Provider directly and submit an invoice to Training for
    • A reimbursement form is provided to be completed by Chapters and submitted to ICC Training Department within 30 days.
    • Chapters must include the training invoice from the Preferred Provider.

Contact Information

ICC Main Phone Number: 1-888-422-7233 (888-ICC-SAFE)

ICC Member Services: 1-888-422-7233 ext. 33804

ICC Training: 1-888-422-7233 ext. 33821