2015 IBC Special Topics

2015 IBC Special Topics

2015 IBC Special Topics

2015 IBC Special Topics

This two day seminar will key 2015 International Building Code® (IBC) topics:

  • 2015 IBC Mixed Occupancies
  • 2015 IBC Special Building Types and Features
  • 2015 IBC Exit Systems
  • 2015 IBC Exterior Wall and Opening Protection

Available Dates & Locations

  • Brea, CA: November 29 - 30, 2017

Users may register for one or both days of seminars.  Pricing is per day.

PriceCourse Duration# CEUs AwardedPPAIAHSW
Member:
$160.00/day
Non-Member:
$180.00/day
6 Hours0.6ApprovedApprovedYes

Day One, Morning Session
2015 IBC Mixed Occupancies

Based on the provisions of 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.

Specific topics include:

  • Occupancy classification
  • Mixed occupancy conditions
  • Accessory occupancies
  • Nonseparated occupancies
  • Separated occupancies
  • Multi-story conditions 

Day One, Afternoon Session
2015 IBC Special Building Types and Features

Based on selected provisions from Chapter 4, this seminar focuses on several special building types and features. High-rise buildings, underground buildings, parking garages are specialized buildings that have their own unique considerations. Atriums, stages and platforms are building features that are evaluated in a special manner due to the hazards involved. The special detailed requirements and allowances set forth throughout Chapter 4 address a variety of uses and occupancies.

Specific topics include:

  • High-rise buildings
  • Underground buildings
  • Covered and open mall buildings
  • Parking garages
  • Aircraft hangars
  • Atriums
  • Stages and platforms

Day Two, Morning Session
2015 IBC Exit Systems

This seminar focuses on IBC Chapter 10 means of egress components that are defined and regulated as “exits.” These components, defined in Chapter 2, are considered as high-level elements that provide a considerable degree of occupant protection within the means of egress system. The exit discharge provisions will also be discussed.

Specific topics include:

  • Exterior exit doors at the level of exit discharge
  • Interior exit stairways and ramps
  • Exit passageways
  • Horizontal exits
  • Exterior exit stairways and ramps
  • Exit discharge

Day Two, Afternoon Session
2015 IBC Exterior Wall and Opening Protection

This seminar addresses the various provisions in the IBC dealing with exterior wall design and construction. Although such walls are primarily regulated due to their location on the lot, many other additional requirements are set forth in the code. Exterior bearing walls are regulated by Table 601, while the use of exterior exit stairways, exit courts and exterior areas of assisted rescue will also typically mandate some degree of fire-resistance.

Specific topics include:

  • Fire separation distance
  • Location on lot
  • Multiple buildings on the same lot
  • Type of construction
  • Combustible materials on exterior side of wall
  • Exitways, including exterior exit stairways, exit courts, interior exit stairways and exterior balconies
  • Exterior areas of assisted rescue
  • Fire wall termination

Earthquake-resistant Design of Buildings and Other Structures – U.S. Practice

Earthquake-resistant Design of Buildings and Other Structures – U.S. Practice

Learn the principles and practices of earthquake-resistant design of building structures and understand how these principles relate to code requirements. The International Building Code® (IBC®) now serves as the basis of legal codes of cities, counties, and states across the United States. The seismic design provisions of the 2015 IBC, based on those of ASCE 7-10, Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures, are the specific focus of this course. The ground motion maps and parameters used in seismic design as well as the importance of the soils at the site of the structure in seismic design are discussed. An overview of the seismic design provisions of the 2015 IBC/ASCE 7-10 is presented in a manner that is understandable to a broad audience.

The detailing requirements that go hand-in-hand with the seismic design requirements of ASCE 7-10 are given in the materials chapters of the IBC, which refer to materials standards. In the case of concrete design and construction, the standard is ACI 318 Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete. The seismic detailing requirements of the 2014 edition of ACI 318, which are adopted by the 2015 IBC, are discussed and explained as part of this seminar.

Available Dates & Locations

  • Phoenix, AZ: November 14 – 15, 2017
  • Online Virtual Classroom: November 14 – 15, 2017


Register

Price Course Duration # CEUs Awarded PP AIA HSW
Member
$800.00
Non-Member
$1000.00
12 Hours 1.2 N/A N/A N/A

Course Objectives

  • Describe basic principles and practices of earthquake-resistant design
  • Focus on current code provisions
  • Explain real-life design examples

NOTE: Discounts will be taken at time of checkout. 

Fire & Life Safety Institute

Fire & Life Safety Institute

You will receive an overview of the fire and life safety requirements of buildings as indicated in the 2015 International Building Code. You will be presented with specific problems related to fire and life safety of buildings and as well as the application of related code provisions. This institute will address critical topics to enhance technical skills, deepen understanding and help them gain the necessary knowledge and tools to apply the code effectively efficiently and reasonably. The topics that will be covered include building classification, fire protection and means of egress. Each participant will receive all necessary reference materials.

Available Dates & Locations

  • Atlanta, GA: November 6 – 8, 2017
  • Myrtle Beach, SC: February 26 – 28, 2018


Register

Price Course Duration # CEUs Awarded PP AIA HSW
$700.00 18.00 Hours 1.8 11131 IC8566 Yes

Course Objectives

  • Determine their strengths and areas to improve as a Code Official.
  • Describe techniques to successfully hire, manage, and maintain a staff in a building department.
  • Describe techniques to manage building department finances.
  • Discuss ethics and its practical application to Building Officials.
  • Use effective Code administration and enforcement techniques to assist in executing the legal aspects of their job.

NOTE: Discounts will be taken at time of checkout. 

The following course references are included with this Institute:

  • 2015 Means of Egress
  • 2015 IBC Building Classification
  • 2015 IBC Fire Protection

Code Official Institute

Code Official Institute

If you are a code official or moving up through the ranks to become a code official, the Code Official Institute is a must-attend event. You will learn the necessary administrative and management skills to help you and your building department make your communities safer. During this interactive ins our communities safer. During this interactive institute, you will discuss on-the-job problems and brainstorm solutions with other attendees. Specific topics addressed include human resource management, financial management, ethics, increasing credibility of the Code Official and legal strategies. The instructor will also address new technologies that can help you more easily meet the needs of your community. In addition to all that you will learn, this is also a great opportunity to network and share experiences with your peers. Each participant will receive all necessary reference materials.

Available Dates & Locations

  • Phoenix, AZ: December 4 – 7, 2017
  • Brea, CA: January 22 – 25, 2018


Register

Price Course Duration # CEUs Awarded PP AIA HSW
$1030.00 24.00 Hours 2.4 1010-110 IC9031 No

Course Objectives

  • Determine their strengths and areas to improve as a Code Official.
  • Develop techniques to manage building department finances.
  • Develop techniques to successfully hire, manage, and maintain a staff in a building department.
  • Discuss ethics and its practical application to Building Officials.
  • Use effective Code administration and enforcement techniques to assist in executing the legal aspects of their job.

The following course references are included with this Institute:

  • Building Code Basics (1013S4)
  • Legal Aspects of Code Administration (1007S01)

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Reinforced Concrete Special Inspector Certification Test Academy

Reinforced Concrete Special Inspector Certification Test Academy

The reinforced concrete special inspector test academy is designed to assist you with taking the reinforced concrete special inspector certification exam. Taught by an expert ICC instructor, the Reinforced Concrete Special Inspector Certification Test Academy provides instruction, individual/ group st Academy provides instruction, individual/ group interactive review exercises, evening assignments and opportunity to practice test taking. Throughout the academy you will be given an opportunity to answer questions that reference the exam resources. The topics that will be covered: general requirements; concrete quality; reinforcement; formwork, joints and embeds and concrete placement, protection and curing of the special inspection certification exam. 

Available Dates & Locations

  • San Diego, CA: January 17 – 19, 2018


Register

Price Course Duration # CEUs Awarded PP AIA HSW
$875.00 15.00 Hours 1.5 EP IC9084 Yes

The following references are necessary to fully participate this Test Academy and highly recommended for taking the Certification Exam:

  • 2015 International Building Code (IBC)
  • ACI 318-14: Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete and Commentary
  • Special Inspection Manual: 2012 Edition
  • Concrete Manual: Based on the 2015 IBC and ACI 318-14, and ASTM Manuals

If you would like to recommend a location for us to consider when scheduling this academy, please let us know! Email us at learn@iccsafe.org

Permit Tech Institute

Permit Tech Institute

This institute is designed to educate permit technicians with skills and abilities necessary to perform their jobs more effectively. Topics covered include code administration, legal aspects, code language, code enforcement, reading construction documents, performing plan reviews and the permitting and inspection process. Participants will become familiar with the International Building Code (IBC) and the International Residential Code (IRC) and sharpen their customer relations skills. Each participant will receive all necessary reference materials.

Available Dates & Locations

  • San Francisco, CA: November 13 – 14 2017
  • San Francisco, CA: November 16 – 17, 2017


Register

Price Course Duration # CEUs Awarded PP AIA HSW
$550.00 12.00 Hours 1.2 1010-6534 IC8485 Yes

Course Objectives

  • Describe an overview of building code enforcement.
  • Employ legal principles in the building department.
  • Explain the fundamental plan review process.
  • Read basic construction documents.
  • Use I-Codes to find the answers to frequently asked questions.
  • Use strategies and techniques to effectively interact with customers

NOTE: Discounts will be taken at time of checkout. 

The following course references are included with this Institute:

  • Basic Code Enforcement (1016S12)
  • Permit Technician Study Companion (4027S15)

Report Writing for Code Inspectors

Report Writing for Code Inspectors

Effective Writing is vital to your career as an inspector, notices of violation, letters and reports are public documents that may be read by your supervisors, attorneys, judges, citizens, design professionals, contractors and reporters. What you write can become the basis for appeal hearings and criminal and civil trials but also could prevent cases from going to court. Your inspection reports and notices of violation will compel a property owner to take action. Your writing skills can help to advance your career.

Available Dates & Locations

  • 2018 Dates & Locations coming soon


Register

Price Course Duration # CEUs Awarded PP AIA HSW
$180.00 6.00 Hours 0.6 1010-8346 IC8830 Yes

Course Objectives

  • Write more professional sentences
  • Master punctuation usage and grammar
  • Choose the correct word for the usage
  • Write professional notices of violation and reports
  • Solve problems with sentences
  • Prepare to write a more effective report

The following publication is recommended to ensure success in this course:

  • Report Writing for Code Inspectors, (9658S)

Inspector Skills

Inspector Skills

This seminar addresses the necessary soft skills for success as an inspector, those non-technical traits and behaviors that enhance an inspector’s ability to interact with others and to successfully carry out their job duties. These include people skills such as effective communication, diplomacy and customer service, but also include skills for problem solving, professionalism, integrity and time management. In addition to a solid understanding of the technical provisions of the codes, developing appropriate soft skills are essential in pursing the goal of safe, healthy and durable buildings for the community. Developed specifically for construction inspectors in all disciplines, the topics covered are equally important to all employees of public service agencies including permit technicians, plan reviewers, managers, building officials and fire code officials. The information is also beneficial for developing policies and procedures to promote consistent and fair inspection practices while improving communications and public relations.

Topics include:

  • Principles of code administration for achieving safe buildings
  • General approaches to inspection
  • Getting along
  • Customer Service
  • Ethics
  • Effective Communication

Available Dates & Locations

  • 2018 Dates & Locations coming soon


Register

Price Course Duration # CEUs Awarded PP AIA HSW
$180.00 6.00 Hours 0.6 2664 IC8377 No

Course Objectives

  • Evaluate general apporaches to inspection
  • Apply principles of customer service
  • Identify ethical behavior in the workplace
  • Develop effective communication with clients and governmental staff
  • Identify principles of code administration for achieving safe buildings
  • Determine strategies for getting along with construction staff while inspecting the job site.

The following publication is recommended to ensure success in this course:

  • Inspector Skills, (7104S)

Residential Inspection Institute

Residential Inspection Institute

The first day will focus on the essential code provisions that pertain to the residential construction and reference the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC), 2015 International Plumbing Code (IPC), the 2015 International Mechanical Code (IMC), 2015 International Fuel Gas Code (IFGC) as well as electrical provisions that are associated with each of these areas. Day two and three will focus on the process for inspecting residential buildings referencing the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC). Day four will focus on the process for performing an inspection of the plumbing system and reference the 2015 International Plumbing Code (IPC) and the residential plumbing provisions of the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC). Day five will focus on the process for performing an inspection of the mechanical system referring to the residential provisions of the 2015 International Mechanical Code (IMC) and the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC).

Available Dates & Locations

  • 2018 Dates & Locations coming soon


Register

Price Course Duration # CEUs Awarded PP AIA HSW
$1030.00 30.00 Hours 3 1010-6974 8768 Yes

Course Objectives

  • Determine essential residential code provisions that pertain to residential inspection.
  • Utilize the mechanical, fuel gas, plumbing and electrical provisions of the 2015 IRC in the performance of their jobs.
  • Identify and apply key code sections.
  • Ensure the safety and proper construction of residential structures.
  • Explain the purpose of building foundation and final inspections.
  • Describe the building inspection process in a step-by-step fashion.
  • Determine if a given one- or two-family dwelling complies with the 2015 IRC.
  • Describe the plumbing inspection process in a step-by-step fashion.
  • Describe the mechanical inspection process in a step-by-step fashion.
  • Determine if a given residential dwelling complies with Chapters 25 through 33 of the 2015 International Residential Code® (IRC®).
  • Locate and apply plumbing code requirements.
  • Locate and apply mechanical code requirements.
  • Complete inspection checklists.

The following publications are included with this Institute:

  • Inspector Skills-7104S
  • 2015 IRC Performing Residential Mechanical Inspections (1101S15)
  • 2015 IRC Performing Residential Plumbing Inspections (1103S15)
  • 2015 IRC Performing Residential Building Inspections (1102S15)
  • One-and Two-Family Dwelling Electrical Systems, 9th Edition (1108S9)

When Disaster Strikes

When Disaster Strikes

Natural disasters such as severe storms, earthquakes, tornadoes, and floods can cause severe property damage and cripple affected communities. If your community is struck are you ready? The International Code Council’s When Disaster Strikes Institute will provide hands-on instruction on assessing damage in the form of activities, case studies and interactive simulations that walk participants through the disaster scenarios; encourage discussion and describe how paperwork should be completed. All too often after a disaster, an affected community is left on its own to struggle with assessing its damage and determining whether structures can be re-inhabited. When assessments are not conducted quickly, a community’s residents will reoccupy potentially unsafe structures. Participants learn techniques on how to become a properly trained second responder and, on completion, can be relied on to assist with performing post-disaster building assessments. Each participant will receive all necessary reference materials.

Available Dates & Locations

  • Norfolk, VA: September 26 – 27, 2018


Register

Price Course Duration # CEUs Awarded PP AIA HSW
$550.00 12.00 Hours 1.2 1010-294 IC9030 Yes

Course Objectives

  • Explain the role of the of the National Incident Management System.
  • Prepare for mobilization prior to a disaster.
  • Execute site mobilization procedures.
  • Conduct a site inspection.
  • Estimate damage by percentage of structure or by dollars per square foot.
  • Post standardized notices and/or alternative notices.
  • Communicate with affected persons at the disaster site.

NOTE: Discounts will be taken at time of checkout. 

The following course references are included with this Institute:

  • WDS Field Manual 1419S
  • ATC 45
  • ARC 20

Plan Review Institute

Plan Review Institute

This institute will focus on the knowledge and skills necessary to perform a plan review referencing the 2015 International Residential Code and the structural and nonstructural provisions of the International Building Code. At this five-day institute, you will learn to effectively perform structural and nonstructural and residential plan reviews. You will also learn and to increase your efficiency in determining if a given set of plans and specifications complies with the applicable 2015 International Codes (I-Codes). A step-by-step process to perform specific plan reviews and receive detailed checklists to accurately review plans for code-compliant buildings will be presented. The first two days will focus on performing a residential plan review. Day three will focus on performing a structural plan review. Days four and five will focus on performing a nonstructural plan review. Each participant will receive all necessary reference materials. 

Available Dates & Locations

  • Los Angeles, CA: November 13 – 17, 2017
  • Birmingham, AL: March 12 – 16, 2018


Register

Price Course Duration # CEUs Awarded PP AIA HSW
$1030.00 30.00 Hours 3 1010-8298 8769 Yes

Course Objectives

  • Identify related plan review provisions in the 2015 IRC.
  • Perform steps in completing a residential plan review.
  • Apply the 2015 IRC to the plan review procedure.
  • Identify where minimum code requirements have not been met and cite applicable code sections.
  • Describe the purpose of performing a structural plan review.
  • Perform a structural plan review.
  • Verify that structural loads are in compliance with code requirements.
  • Verify that foundation system design is in compliance with code requirements.
  • Verify that structural components and materials are in compliance with code requirements.
  • Comply with the applicable standards of 2015 IBC regarding nonstructural plan reviews.
  • Perform a building plan review.
  • Perform a review of fire-resistance-rated construction and interior finishes.
  • Perform a review of the fire protection systems.
  • Perform a review of the means of egress.

NOTE: Discounts will be taken at time of checkout.

The following references are included with this Institute:

  • 2015 IRC Performing Residential Plan Reviews (1104K15)
  • 2015 IRC Performing Structural Plan Reviews (1010K15)
  • 2015 IRC Performing Nonstructural Plan Reviews (1006K15)

ICC Learning Center

 

The Learning Center is here!

We are in the final phases of development for The Learning Center! We are integrating a few more additional features right now that will make your life even easier. Are You Ready?


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The Learning Center will provide you with:

  • Simplified access to over 300 training options from a single portal
  • Automatic CEU tracking for courses taken through The Learning Center
  • On demand printing of the Certificate of Course Completion
  • Access your training transcript for courses taken through The Learning Center 24/7
  • Robust curricula that identify supporting courses, publications and exam prep materials to assist you in preparing for certification exams and helping you achieve your next professional milestone
  • Reach The Learning Center team with a single click
  • Purchase all courses, related publications, and exam preparation materials – as well as register for certification exams – from a single screen
  • Intuitive navigation with graphical icons to make finding what you need much easier
  • A live course calendar with drill down options to course details.
  • Request your CEB day through one online form, no more paper!
  • Request that one of our institutes or classroom courses be set up in your geographic area
  • Apply to be an ICC Learning Center trainer right from the home page
  • See our job specific curricula, online courses, Test Academies and Institutes all on one site, one page!
  • A full year to complete online courses instead of 99 days!
  • Quick links to Chapter Events, the Preferred Provider website, IAS and SRCC training events and Assessment Center.

The Learning Center Training Options

Soon, identifying relevant code training events, tracking CEUs, maintaining certification, and even identifying the steps needed for earning specific certifications will all be only one click away. If you’re a code professional looking to enhance your knowledge, advance your career, or earn certification, you already know the International Code Council is the preeminent source for code training and certification. ICC is excited to unveil The Learning Center, your comprehensive, one-stop shop for code training and certification!

With The Learning Center, you’ll be able to access training and education in a variety of formats that suit your learning style and schedule. Whether it engaging face-to-face in a classroom setting, virtual discussions guided by a facilitator from the comfort of your office or home, or a self-paced course that allows you to learn and study at your own pace and on your own schedule, The Learning Center is here for you. Available training formats include:

  • Face-to-Face: Engage in active discussions and hands-on learning with peers at in-person events. From multi-day, focused topic Institutes to single-day, single-topic Seminars, these in-person training events are an opportunity to earn CEUs, network, and advance your career.
  • Online Courses and Recorded Web Sessions: Select your topic from the online catalog and learn at your own pace – 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Moving forward, you will have a full year from date of purchase to complete an online course, which means you can study whenever you have time, and have maximum flexibility to review and study the material as you complete the course curriculum.
  • Live Web Sessions: Take the face-to-face discussions online, and further develop your knowledge through virtual discussions and exercises. Guided by an expert facilitator, web-based training is an opportunity to learn collaboratively on specific topics without expensive travel or time out of the office.

Educode

EduCode

March 19 – March 23, 2018
The Orleans Hotel  •  Las Vegas, Nevada
EduCode is brought to you by the Southern Nevada Chapter of ICC

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Overview

EduCode 2018 features highly specialized courses for working professionals, including architectural, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, and structural, fire protection, code enforcement and leadership topics essential for building design, expanding your skills, and earning and maintaining certifications and other credentials.

A Must Attend!

  • Accelerated learning
  • Earn ICC CEUs
  • Onsite bookstore
  • Trade Show
  • Food, fun and networking

Don’t forget to attend our special events!!

  • Tuesday Night: Student Appreciation Event from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
  • Wednesday Night: Social Networking Night from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
  • Thursday Night: Bowling Networking Event from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Now Offering Certification Exams!

More information coming soon!

Earn CEUs!


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Hotel Info

The Orleans Hotel & Casino
4500 W. Tropicana Ave.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89103
1-800-ORLEANS (1-800-675-3267)

Best Room Rates Block closes February 14, 2018
$47 Sunday through Thursday, 3/18 – 3/22
$101 Friday & Saturday nights, 3/16 – 3/17 AND 3/23– 3/24

  • Guests booking must identify themselves as attendees of EduCode Conference 2018
  • Online booking use group code A8ECC03

South Texas Building Professional Institute

South Texas Building Professional Institute

November 8 – November 9, 2017
Texas Southmost College •  Brownsville, TX

The Building Professional Institute is sponsored by the Building Officials Association of Texas and the Construction Research Center at the University of Texas in Arlington.

Overview

The Building Officials Association of Texas (BOAT) and the Construction Research Center (CRC) at the University of Texas in Arlington have established the South Texas Building Professional Institute (BPI), an annual two day program of quality education and training courses which offer continuing education in such areas as: the International Building Code, International Residential Code, International Fire Code, Code Enforcement, and National Electrical Code.

A Must Attend!

  • Accelerated learning
  • Earn ICC CEUs, LUs, CEHs
  • Exhibitor Showcase
  • Food, fun and networking


All sessions are approved through the Preferred Provider Program.

Location Info

Texas Southmost College
ITEC Building
301 Mexico Boulevard
Brownsville, TX

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Central Texas Building Professional Institute

Central Texas Building Professional Institute

October 30 – November 1, 2017
Hilton Austin Airport •  Austin, TX

The Building Professional Institute is sponsored by the Building Officials Association of Texas and the Construction Research Center at the University of Texas in Arlington.

Overview

The Building Officials Association of Texas (BOAT) and the Construction Research Center (CRC) at the University of Texas in Arlington have established the Central Texas Building Professional Institute (CBPI), an annual three day program of quality education and training courses which offer continuing education in such areas as: the International Building Code, International Residential Code, National Electrical Code, Plumbing & Mechanical and Code Enforcement.

A Must Attend!

  • Accelerated learning
  • Earn ICC CEUs, LUs, CEHs
  • Exhibitor Showcase
  • Food, fun and networking


All sessions are approved through the Preferred Provider Program.

Hotel Info

Hilton Austin Airport
9515 Hotel Drive
Austin, Texas, 78719
512-385-6767 

Group Name:  2017 Building Professional Institute
Booking Link:  Hilton Reservation Link

Guests must mention the group name to receive the discounted institute rate.

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Upper Great Plains Region III Educational Institute

Upper Great Plains Region III Educational Institute

February 12 – February 16, 2018
Oak Ridge Hotel & Conference Center  •  Chaska, Minnesota
The Region III Institute is brought to you by the Association of Minnesota Building Officials Chapter of ICC

Registration Opens in October, please check back soon!

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Hotel Info

Oak Ridge Hotel and Conference Center
One Oak Ridge Drive
Chaska, MN 55318

Reservations: 1-877-874-6772
Region III Room Block: $113 plus tax per night
Group Code: REGION III

Guests must mention that they are attending the ICC Region III Educational Institute to receive the discounted institute rate.

2017 Annual Conference Education Programs

2017 ICC Annual Conference Education Seminars & Programs

The 2017 ICC Annual Conference offers supplemental handouts for each educational seminar. To download your handout, please click on the title of the course you will be attending below.

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Monday, September 11
2:00pm-3:30pm


Monday, September 11
4:00pm-5:30pm


Monday, September 11
2:00pm-5:00pm


Tuesday, September 12
8:00am-9:30am


Tuesday, September 12
9:45am-11:15am


Tuesday, September 12
8:00am-11:15am


Tuesday, September 12
1:30pm-4:30pm


Tuesday, September 12
1:30pm-4:30pm

2016 Annual Conference Education Programs

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2016 ICC Annual Conference Education Seminars & Programs

The 2016 ICC Annual Conference offers supplemental handouts for each educational seminar. To download your handout, please click on the title of the course you will be attending below.

All files are in PDF format. 


Monday, October 17, 2016
2:00pm-3:30pm & 4:00pm-5:30pm


Tuesday, October 18, 2016
8:00am-9:30am


Tuesday, October 18, 2016
8:00am-11:15am


Tuesday, October 18, 2016
9:45am-11:15am


Tuesday, October 18, 2016
1:30pm-4:30pm

2015 Annual Conference Education Programs

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2015 ICC Annual Conference Education Seminars & Programs

The 2015 ICC Annual Conference offers supplemental handouts for each educational seminar. To download your handout, please click on the title of the course you will be attending below.

All files are in PDF format. 


Traditional Topics


Innovative Topics


Special Topics


CALBO Topics


Local Interest

  • Developing a New Civic Center in Long Beach (No electronic handout)


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Call for Awards Nominations

2017 ICC Awards Call for Nominations

Nominations are now being accepted for the Educator of the Year Award. This award will be presented at the 2017 ICC Annual Conference, scheduled for September 10-12 in Columbus, Ohio.

Educator of the Year Award

This award is given to an individual or organization upon recommendation by the Education Committee for excellence in education and promoting professional development among ICC Members. This award is given in honor of Brent Snyder for his contributions to ICC Members to further their educational pursuits and professional development.

To nominate someone for an Educator of the Year Award, please complete and email the application form to Casey Thomas, Executive Assistant, cthomas@iccsafe.org. The deadline to submit nominations for this year’s Educator of the Year Award is March 31, 2017. Nominations must be received by close of business Pacific Time Zone of the deadline date. Completed forms may be mailed or faxed, or the information may be submitted by email. To reach the application form, click here.

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Educode 2015

EduCode

March 9 – March 13, 2015
The Orleans Hotel • Las Vegas, Nevada
EduCode is brought to you by the Southern Nevada Chapter of ICC

Overview

EduCode 2015 features highly specialized courses for working professionals, including architectural, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, and structural, fire protection, code enforcement and leadership topics essential for building design, expanding your skills, and earning and maintaining certifications and other credentials.

A Must Attend!

  • Accelerated learning
  • Earn ICC CEUs
  • Onsite bookstore
  • Trade Show
  • Food, fun and networking

Don’t forget to attend our special events!!

  • Tuesday Night: Student Appreciation Event from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
  • Thursday Night: Social Networking Night from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Now Offering Certification Exams!


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Register Now!

Hotel Info

The Orleans Hotel & Casino
4500 W. Tropicana Ave.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89103
1-800-ORLEANS (1-800-675-3267)

Best Room Rates Block closes February 6, 2015
$39 Sunday through Thursday, 3/8/2015 – 3/12/2015
$96 Friday & Saturday nights, 3/13/2015 – 3/14/2015

  • Guests booking must identify themselves as attendees of EduCode Conference 2015
  • Online booking use group code 5EDUC03
  • If you are staying at the Gold Coast hotel, complimentary shuttle service will be provided to the Orleans

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2014 ABM Programs

2014 ICC Annual Conference

The 2014 ICC Annual Conference offers supplemental handouts for each educational seminar. To download your handout, please click on the title of the course you will be attending below.
All files are in PDF format.

 

Tuesday, September 30 | 8 – 11:00 am

Tuesday, September 30 | 1:30 – 4:30 pm

ICC Preferred Provider Program

The Preferred Provider Program will focus on training opportunities offered by various categories of ICC-approved education providers which collectively form the ICC Preferred Provider Network (PPN). The Program recognizes and promotes ICC-approved educational programs offered by a variety of providers as they relate to codes, standards and guidelines, as well as building construction materials, products and methods. The ICC Preferred Provider Program is intended to accomplish several goals:

  • Create an easily accessible network of extensive training opportunities from a variety of educational resources
  • Provide access to quality training on specialty topics and building products that are beyond the ICC core training programs
  • Provide increased quality and support for educational renewal requirements of the ICC Certification Program
  • Enhance the relationship between ICC and educational providers in support of building safety and innovation in building products and construction practices

Educational providers will become a part of the Preferred Provider Network upon application to ICC and approval. The following four primary categories recognize the various types of provider status:

  • ICC Chapters: ICC Chapters include all chapters of the International Code Council that have obtained and maintain ICC Chapter eligibility.
  • Governmental and Nonprofit: Governmental units include municipalities, county, state and other jurisdictional units or agencies; nonprofit providers include associations, public education institutions and similar nonprofit organizations.
  • For-Profit Educators: Private for-profit education providers include individuals, companies and private educational institutions.
  • Industry: Providers from industry include building product manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and others related to the industry.

There are many important reasons why ICC Preferred Provider (PP) status is of benefit to ICC Chapters, including:

  • Support of ICC Certification Renewal Program. The use of Preferred Provider or ICC training is now required as a condition of all certification renewals. ICC certificate holders must obtain a specified number of CEUs every three years in order to maintain their certifications and a portion of these CEUs must be obtained through Preferred Provider or ICC training. As a Preferred Provider, an ICC chapter can have their chapter training activities approved for 100% of the required CEUs needed for certification renewal purposes.
  • Participation in ICC Chapter Education Benefit Program. Eligible ICC chapters are awarded education benefits that have historically been limited to ICC-provided training. Now such chapters can choose to use Preferred Provider training as the chapter benefit with a significant voucher reimbursement from ICC. Chapters may use their voucher to continue to select ICC training as their Chapter Education Benefit, or may now select the option of purchasing educational services from a Preferred Provider.

Individual Chapter members also benefit from the Preferred Provider Program, including:

  • A comprehensive listing of available and relevant educational programs: Expanded access will be available to educational offerings, both on-site and online, and will be identified through a live training schedule.
  • Opportunity to learn about products and services of PP: Users will have access to gain information about products and services of Preferred Providers.
  • Utilize PP educational programs to gain ICC CEUs as required for renewal of ICC certifications: ICC certificate holders are required to obtain a specified number of CEUs through Preferred Providers or ICC training every three years to maintain their ICC certifications. Certificate holders can utilize chapter training and other educational courses offered by Preferred Providers to gain 100% of their required CEUs.

Education offered by an ICC Chapter with Preferred Provider status can be on-site, online, or both. On-site training is training that takes place face to face classroom style, as well as in other forms such as site visits and tours, that are led by one or more instructors or presenters. Online training is training that is conducted through the internet in the form of online courses, eLearning or webinars. Online training can be live or on-demand.

The training courses approved for ICC CEUs, both on-site and online, will be limited to the following topic areas:

  • Building construction related: Training on subjects related to construction of buildings
  • Building products related: Training on subjects related building products
  • Code related: Training on subjects related to technical content of building construction codes
  • Administrative, legal and management related: Training on subjects related to the administration of building construction codes and associated legal and management topics.

To become a Preferred Provider and maintain Provider status, an ICC chapter must register on the ICC website. Once approved, Provider status is active for a one year period. Preferred Providers can remain on active status through an annual renewal provided the PP remains in good standing with ICC.

In addition, each course must be approved and assigned a course number that will designate it as approved for ICC CEUs. Where a program is intended to be presented more than one time, there is no requirement for resubmitting the program for approval. However, the presentation date of every program shall be provided to ICC to 1) allow for publication in the live schedule, and 2) provide a mechanism for certificates of completion to be awarded to the participants.

 

Education Provider Partner Program

ICC is in the process of revising the Education Provider Program. We are not taking any applications at this time. There will be an official launch and notification about the revamped program later in 2014.

For questions or comments, please contact:

Allison Street
ICC Training and Education
4051 W. Flossmoor Rd
Country Club Hills, IL 60478
888-ICC-SAFE (888-422-7233) Ext. 4430

Webinars

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.

Schedule

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

Scholarships

Introduction

The ICC established a Scholarship Program to support building and fire safety by supporting the education of existing and future code officials; increasing participation in code development and honoring those who have been essential to the formation of ICC. The current scholarships offered are:

If you have questions about our Scholarship Programs or would like to donate please contact us at 888-ICC-SAFE (888-422-7233), x5268 or email scholarships@iccsafe.org.