Technical Training Program
Significant Upgrades Coming September 2023!
The Technical Training Program (TTP) is a flexible educational program based on ICC’s International Residential Code® (IRC®) divided into five disciplines: building, plumbing, HVAC (mechanical), electrical and energy.
This structure enables a technical school/instructor to integrate one or more disciplines of the program into its current construction trade curricula to better prepare students for careers in the construction and building field.
Leading Edge Learning
Students learn up-to-date code information and practical technical training
Students with Technical Training Program code knowledge are better prepared to pursue building safety career and college opportunities, and are better equipped to succeed in any job in the construction industry
Program includes the necessary course materials, exams and certificates to ensure easy implementation for instructors
Students receive an industry recognized Certificate of Completion (COC) from ICC upon completion of any of the five (5) disciplines of the program and passing a final exam
Students who complete all five (5) disciplines will be better prepared to sit for the ICC Residential Building Inspector Certification exam that is required in most jurisdictions to obtain a residential building inspector position
Students receive a complimentary 3- month ICC Participating Membership
ICC’s Technical Training Program offers a flexible curriculum that offers your students the opportunity to obtain different stackable and transferable Certificates of Completion in five disciplines: Building, Energy, Electrical, Mechanical (HVAC) and Plumbing.
Instructors can easily integrate one, multiple or all six disciplines into existing construction related curricula, or develop a curriculum devoted entirely to understanding and applying the International Residential Code to residential construction.
Get Started Toolkit
- Technical Training Program Application, for Participating Schools
- Student Application, for Individual Students
A background in building codes can open doors to fulfilling careers and advanced positions in a variety of construction fields. The following resources are available to students as part of the program participation.
Study the International Residential Code (IRC) and Additional Digital Resources
Each student who passes a final exam receives a discipline-specific Certification of Completion and pin.