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Have Questions About Going Green? Need certification in energy conservation or green building?
ICC Training has the answers and certifications you need to help you do your job.

The International Code Council can help you succeed in the complex building safety industry. The Code Council provides a number of training and certification opportunities on energy conservation and sustainability.

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Available Now on the ICC Live Course Schedule:

2012 IgCC Fundamentals
2012 IgCC Fundamentals

Participants will be better able to understand and apply the critical concept of the 2012 International Green Construction Code (IgCC). It will address the development of the IgCC, and how it regulates new construction, existing construction, multiple occupancy classifications and community development. It will also address how the IgCC relates to ASHRAE/USGBC/IESNA Standard 189.1P, Standard for the Design of High-performance Green Buildings.

Please call us at 1–888–422–7233 to have an ICC course conducted at requested location.

2012 IECC Fundamentals
2012 IECC Fundamentals

Participants will be better able to understand and apply the critical concepts of the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code. These concepts provide a basis for the correct use of the code in the design, plan review, inspection, and analysis of projects. It will provide a clear understanding and correct use of the requirements identified by these basic code provisions, tables and categorizations. Participants will apply the code in clear-cut situations and build their understanding of the intent of the code when asked to make code compliance decisions.

Please call us at 1–888–422–7233 to have an ICC course conducted at requested location.

2012 IECC Update
2012 IECC Update

This seminar introduces participants to the major changes from the 2009 IECC to the 2012 IECC. Participants will discuss the changes, reasons for the changes, and take part in knowledge review activities. Information presented will allow participants to apply these new code requirements to design, plan review, and/or inspection.

Please call us at 1–888–422–7233 to have an ICC course conducted at requested location.

2010 California Green Building Standards Code Performing Non-Residential Plan Reviews and Inspections
2010 California Green Building Standards Code Performing Non-Residential Plan Reviews and Inspections

This course examines the critical concepts of the plan review and inspections provisions located in the 2010 California Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen Code). It provides a basis for the correct use and application of the code and builds on an understanding of the intent of the code through practice with real-world examples. The course also explores the CALGreen Code and highlights the information every building department in California will need to know to begin enforcing the CALGreen Code.

Please call us at 1–888–422–7233 to have an ICC course conducted at requested location.

2010 California Green Building Standards Code Performing Residential Plan Reviews and Inspections
2010 California Green Building Standards Code Performing Residential Plan Reviews and Inspections

This course addresses numerous provisions in the 2010 California Green Building Standards Code where the code contains green requirements applicable to plan review, construction, and inspection of residential construction. The course is intended to help the plan reviewer and building inspector identify those areas to review on the submittal and inspect on the site that were approved in the review and ensure compliance with the 2010 California Green Building Standards Code.

Please call us at 1–888–422–7233 to have an ICC course conducted at requested location.

2009 IECC Performing Residential Energy Plan Review
2009 IECC Performing Residential Energy Plan Review

This ICC course addresses numerous provisions in the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code® where the code contains requirements applicable to construction, and design of an residential construction, but that are not regulated specifically by the International Residential Code®. The course is intended to help individuals responsible for plan review identify those areas where plan review will include compliance with the IECC.

Please call us at 1–888–422–7233 to have an ICC course conducted at requested location.

2009 IECC Performing Residential Energy Inspection
2009 IECC Performing Residential Energy Inspection

This ICC course addresses numerous provisions in the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code®, IECC, where the code contains requirements applicable to construction, and inspection of residential construction, but that are not regulated specifically by the International Residential Code®. The course is intended to help the building inspector, to identify those areas to inspect on the site that were approved in the review and ensure compliance with the IECC.

Please call us at 1–888–422–7233 to have an ICC course conducted at requested location.


Additional ICC training opportunities:

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Complimentary Webinars

New ICC to the Point Webinar Series: 2012 IgCC Water Efficiency Provisions

Description
The purpose and scope of the G4-2012 Guidelines for Commissioning is to provide guidance for a code official or regulator to competently enforce commissioning, either with in-house staff or the use of a third party. It is not intended to specify what the various aspects of the commissioning process are; rather it deals with only the issues related to the above goals and criteria (implementation and enforcement). This guideline is not a code and, therefore, is not written in enforceable language. However, this document can be adopted in whole or in part by the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ). In writing this document, the authoring committee made an effort to make it as comprehensive as possible to allow for its use with codes and standards other than the International Green Construction Code® (IgCC®) that require commissioning. This webinar will provide an overview of the critical concepts included in the IgCC G4-2012 Guidelines for Commissioning. The individual systems and the Commissioning requirements will be addressed.

Goal
Participants will become familiar with the IgCC G4-2012 Guidelines for Commissioning.

Objectives
Upon completion, participants will be better able to:

  • Describe the purpose of the IgCC G4-2012 Guidelines for Commissioning.
  • Identify the critical concepts of the IgCC G4-2012 Guidelines for Commissioning.

Target Audience: Anyone interested commissioning

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