2015 International Property Maintenance Code

Start Date: WednesdaySeptember18, 2019 
End Date: Wednesday November 20, 2019
Time: 6:00 – 9:00pm
Instructor: TBD

Required Books: 2015 International Residential Code, 2015 International Property Maintenance Code and the 2017 Legal Aspects of Code Administration

This 10-week course will discuss the philosophy, attitudes and values surrounding property maintenance, photographs, previously encountered situations, and utilizing drawings as demonstration and teaching points on code requirements in support of community preservation.

Topics discussed during the course include: the minimum requirements for plumbing, mechanical, and basic fire safety systems; procedures for administration of property maintenance programs based on data resulting from both well-defined and poorly managed municipalities; methods of verifying citizen complaints, gathering evidence, issuing violation notices, verifying compliance and steps taken when compliance has not been obtained, and discuss the adjudication process, the importance of preparation prior to the adjudication hearings, items of evidence, and the significance of proper record keeping.

The class will also include an array of practice tests, and multiple timed comprehensive exams. All Students will be encouraged to test for ICC Property Maintenance & Housing Inspector Certification. (64).

Commercial Electrical Inspector (E2) & Electrician Class

Start Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
End Date:
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Required Book:
2014 National Electrical Code (NFPA 70)
Hugo Viramontes

This 12-week course, 2014 National Electrical Code – Commercial Electrical Inspector (E2) and Electrician Class, will introduce students to the fundamental code requirements for proper installation of electrical systems in commercial and industrial buildings. This test preparation class will provide students with a firm foundation of electrical equipment, materials and installation techniques that will assist the student in gaining the knowledge necessary to take the Commercial Electrical Inspector Certification Exam offered by the International Code Council (ICC). The instructor will identify and discuss general requirements of installations, services, bonding and grounding, wiring methods, hazardous locations, health care, swimming pools and more.

The class will also include an array of practice tests, and multiple timed comprehensive exams and an expanded guide of applicable code sections pertinent for the final exam. All Students will be encouraged to test for ICC Commercial Electrical Inspector Certification. (E2).

Class will provide CEU's from ICC through CLEC

Commercial Building Inspector Certification Class

Start Date: Tuesdays, September 17, 2019
End Date: Tuesdays, December 3, 2019
Required Books: 2015 International Building Code, Building Codes Illustrated – A Guide to Understanding the 2015 International Building Code
Time: 6:00 – 9:00pm
Instructor: Chuck Riforgiate

This 12-week course, on the 2015 International Building Code®, will cover the basic principles needed by a commercial building inspector. The topics covered include general administration, occupancy classifications, types of construction, wind and seismic provisions, height and area calculations, egress requirements, accessibility requirements, fire rated construction, special inspections, concrete construction provisions and construction document requirements.

The class will also include an array of practice tests, and multiple timed comprehensive exams. All Students will be encouraged to test for ICC Commercial Building Inspector Certification. (B2).

Residential Mechanical Inspector

Start Date: Tuesday September 3, 2019
End Date: Tuesday November 12, 2019
Time: 6pm – 9pm
Instructor: Pawel Matyja
Required Material: 2018 International Residential Code (IRC) [2015 IRC is acceptable]

This 10-week training class will cover material relating the mechanical systems typically seen in residential construction. We will begin by discussing the administration of the code to understand the scope of when the regulations are applicable. We will then proceed to discuss appliances, distribution system, and venting options. Lastly, we will explore relevant provisions from the International Fuel Gas and how they affect construction. Practical application of the code, prescriptive design and common mistakes will be discussed. This class will prepare the student to sit for the 2018 Residential Mechanical Inspector certification exam (M-1).

The course will focus on part V of the building code, chapters 12 thru 24. There will be a short introduction on building codes, administration (chapter 1) and definitions (chapter 2). Please bring your codebook to each class. At the conclusion of the course, you should be prepared to take the residential mechanical exam (M-1).


Licensing Electricians & Inspectors Since 2015

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