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24 Hour Technical Course Package | Michigan Code Officials

This package fulfills all 24 hours of Technical Category of continuing education for Building Inspectors, Building Officials and Plan Reviewers.

  • 8-hour MRC Residential Code Review
  • 6-hour Technical I: Building Construction 2015 MRC
  • 4-hour Enforcing the International Property Maintenance Code
  • 3-hour  Implementing the International Property Maintenance Code
  • 3-hour  Successful Code Analysis: Occupancy Group B
  • Free Social Media Marketing for Construction Trades

This package provides 2.4 ICC CEU.

 

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Description

PACKAGE CONTENTS:

  • 8-hour MRC Residential Code Review #CP-21-00006 (8 hr Technical)
  • 6-hour Technical I: Building Construction 2015 MRC #CP-21-00064   (6 hr Technical)
  • 4-hour Enforcing the International Property Maintenance Code #CP-22-00042 (4 hr Technical)
  • 3-hour  Implementing the International Property Maintenance Code #CP-21-00106 (3 hr Technical)
  • 3-hour  Successful Code Analysis: Occupancy Group B #CP-19-00121 (3 hr Technical)
  • Free Social Media Marketing for Construction Trades

Code Official MRC Residential Code Review

Instructor:  Larry Rospierski

This eight-hour course is a review of the codes required for residential construction. This course focuses on the 2015 Michigan Residential Code book and the latest changes. The 2015 MRC is a comprehensive stand-alone residential code that establishes minimum requirements for one- and two-family dwellings and townhouses, with the purpose of safeguarding the health and safety of the public.

This Course Covers:

  • Administration
  • Definitions
  • Building Planning and Construction
  • Foundations
  • Floors
  • Wall Construction
  • Wall Covering
  • Roof Construction
  • Ceiling Construction
  • Roof Assemblies
  • Chimneys and Fireplaces
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Non-Structural
  • Appendices

Code Official Technical I Building Construction 2015 MRC

Instructor: J. MacDowell

This fully narrated course is a review of building construction and techniques, including the related 2015 Michigan Residential Code covering the following topic areas: Footings and Foundations, Concrete, Carpentry, and Masonry.

This course covers:

Footings and Foundations 2015 MRC Chapter 4 (60 Minutes)

  • Installation R402 -R406
  • Construction Requirements
  • Footings R403
  • Foundation Walls R404
  • Anchoring R403.1.6

Concrete 2015 MRC Chapter 4 (70 Minutes)

  • Portland Cement
  • Flatwork R506
  • Formwork

Carpentry 2015 MRC Chapters 5 and 6 (110 Minutes)

  • Bracing and Bridging
  • Tables
  • Sole, Top Plate, Rim Joists
  • Notching and Boring
  • Floor Framing R502
  • Wall Framing Chapter 6
  • Roof Framing Chapter 8
  • Openings
  • Stairs Chapter 3
  • Decks Chapter 5
  • Finish Carpentry
  • MI Barrier Free Design

Masonry Chapters 4, 6, 7, 10 (70 Minutes)

  • Mortor and Grout R703.8, R606
  • Brick R703.8
  • Stone R703.12
  • Concrete Block R404, R606
  • Details R703.8
  • Reinforcement R606
  • Flashing R703.8
  • Fireplace and Chimney Construction Chapter 10, R1001

Code Official Enforcing the International Property Maintenance Code

Instructor:  Larry Rospierski

The International Property Maintenance Code regulates the upkeep and standards for existing building structures. The code is a way to manage issues such as blight, rubbish, and safety. In addition, the code covers both rental and vacation homes along with abandoned properties. This course will examine the standards and enforcement of the International Property Maintenance Code.

At the end of this course participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the enforcement standards within the International Property Maintenance Code.
  • Identify scenarios where the International Proper Maintenance Code is applicable.
  • Become familiar with the ways the International Property Maintenance Code might be enforced.

This course covers:

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 2 – Definitions
  • Chapter 3 – General requirements
  • Chapter 4 – Light, Ventilation and Occupancy Limitations
  • Chapter 5 – Plumbing Facilities and Fixture Requirements
  • Chapter 6 – Mechanical and Electrical Requirements
  • Chapter 7 – Fire Safety Requirements

 

 

 


Implementing the International Property Maintenance Code

Instructor:  Larry Rospierski

The International Property Maintenance Code regulates the upkeep and standards for existing building structures. The code is a way to manage issues such as blight, rubbish, and safety. In addition, the code covers both rental and vacation homes along with abandoned properties. This course will examine the administrative structure surrounding the International Property Maintenance Code and how to begin implementing it within a jurisdiction.

At the end of this course participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the purpose of the International Property Maintenance Code.
  • Outline the administrative structure of the International Property Maintenance Code.
  • Locate administrative standards within the International Property Maintenance Code.

This course covers:

  • Prevent Nuisance or Declining Property Values
  • Regulate Rental Properties
  • Control Abandoned Properties
  • Marginal Markings
  • Definitions
  • Scope and Administration (Sections 102 – 113)
  • Fire Safety Requirements
  • Standards
  • Means of Appeal

 


Successful Code Analysis: Occupancy Group B

Instructor:  Wayde Hoppe

Most colleges spend very little time giving instruction to designers on how to comply with the building code. This may be because there used to be so many different types of building codes that it was impractical to offer instruction on every one of them. However, our country is moving closer to a nationwide standard. As we do, it is useful to know the basics on how to navigate your way through the building code. In this lesson we will look at the steps necessary to review a project against the building code, specifically looking at chapters 3, 5, 6, 7, and 9.

These chapters will allow us to identify the building use, the building construction type, the requirements for sprinkling, the requirements for frontage on clear area around the building, the height of the building and whether the building will be protected or not. We will review the requirements of chapters 3, 5, 6, 7 and 9 and we will discuss what options are available for a designer in his attempt to bring the desires of his client together with the limitations of the code. In order to get a clear understanding of this process, we will examine several sample projects. Our projects will all be a business use group. We will cover generic material about the building code and we will explore a specific use group and how the code applies to it.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Specify and identify the building use, the building construction type, the requirements for sprinkling, frontage on clear area around the building, the height of the building and whether the building will be protected or not.
  • Understand and be able to comply with a specific use group and how the code applies to it.
  • Be able to integrate design concepts with current codes and regulations.
  • Translate the goals of the customer into a safe and cost-effective project that accounts for the limitations of the code.

 


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