Manufactured Housing Professional Installer Training for HUD Installer License #P20190011

$239.00

12 Hour Video Course 
This HUD approved pre-licensure course will provide professional installers with an understanding of the rules for installing manufactured housing and outline the important procedural and safety standards that must be followed, installation instructions, federal requirements and much more.  Upon completion of this course, you will be able to get your HUD Certification.

This course covers:

  • Terminology and Acronyms
  • Authority
  • Local Code Officials
  • MHIA Improvements Act of 2000
  • SEBA
  • HUD Installer Requirements 3286
  • HUD Forms
  • Penalties and Responsibilities for Installers
  • Dispute Resolution 3288
  • Alternative Construction
  • On-Site Completion Rule
  • After Market Additions
  • Highlights from Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards
  • Grading, Foundations, Slabs, Piers & Footings
  • Crawl space
  • Skirting
  • Frost Depth
  • Marriage Line and Perimeter Load
  • Leveling
  • Floor, Roof & End Wall Assembly
  • Wall Attachment
  • Torque Probe
  • End Wall/Longitudinal, Side Wall, and Alternative Anchoring Systems
  • Record Keeping
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Description

Instructor:  Mark Conte

This twelve-hour HUD approved pre-licensure course will provide professional installer candidates with an understanding of the rules and regulations surrounding the installation of manufactured housing. This course will outline important procedural and safety standards that must be followed, manufacturer installation instructions, federal requirements, alternative and on-site construction processes, dispute resolution, record keeping, and compliance with local building code.

This Course Covers:

  • Objectives
  • Terminology and Acronyms
  • Authority
  • Local Code Officials
  • MHIA Improvements Act of 2000
  • SEBA
  • HUD Installer Requirements 3286
  • HUD Forms
  • Documentation
  • Penalties and Responsibilities for Installers
  • Dispute Resolution 3288
  • Alternative Construction
  • On-Site Completion Rule
  • After Market Additions
  • Highlights from Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards
    • Planning Considerations
    • Fire Safety
    • Body and Frame Construction
    • Thermal Protection
    • Plumbing Systems Drain Lines
    • Heating, Cooling and Fuel Burning Systems
    • Electrical
    • Transportation
    • Storage
    • OSHA
  • Grading, Foundations, Slabs, Piers & Footings
  • Crawl space
  • Skirting
  • Frost Depth
  • Marriage Line and Perimeter Load
  • Leveling
  • Floor, Roof & End Wall Assembly
  • Wall Attachment
  • Torque Probe
  • End Wall/Longitudinal, Side Wall, and Alternative Anchoring Systems
  • Record Keeping

FINAL EXAM


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