The International Code Council (ICC) has developed and oversees testing programs and certifications for building code enforcement and construction professionals throughout the United States. Their goal is to educate on proper safety procedures.
Certification enhances your chances of being employed and working on bigger projects.
There are wide ranges of construction professionals and industries that are affected by building code regulations across the country. Contractors who receive their certification and have an advantage in this area are crucial to employers and public safety alike.
(ICC Certification B-1 & B-2)
At CSLS, our ICC certification program is like no other you’ll find in California or anywhere else, with experienced instructors and an unmatched success rate. We offer separate residential and commercial courses.
Our ICC residential inspector exam prep course teaches you everything you need to know to pass your test and become B-1 certified. You won’t just learn the most up-to-date code standards, but also important regulations surrounding construction materials, the best methods and practices, and even the requirements for product quality evaluations and building code inspections.
We will also cover important ICC residential building inspector exam details like:
|September 22, 2014||October 16, 2014||Building Code Residential||Riverside East||Register here||Price: $895.00|
|October 20, 2014||November 12, 2014||Building Code Residential||Sacramento||Register here||Price: $895.00|
|October 21, 2014||November 13, 2014||Building Code Residential||Van Nuys||Register here||Price: $895.00|
|October 27, 2014||November 20, 2014||Building Code Residential||San Jose||Register here||Price: $895.00|
Our ICC commercial building inspector course is the best way to prepare for your B-2 exam and certification. It covers not only construction regulations and up-to-date commercial code specifics, but also detailed advice on starting and operating a commercial inspection business. If you want to become licensed and open doors with engineering firms, municipalities, and major construction companies, then this class is your first step.
In addition to copies of the most recent building codes, and the construction topics covered in our residential course, students will also receive: