72 Hour COMPLETE Building Official, Inspector & Plan Reviewer Course Package | Michigan Code Officials

$648.00

This package fulfills all 72 hours of continuing education requirements for those licensed as a Building Official, Building Inspector, and Plan Reviewer ($864 Value)

  • Technical:  24 hrs
  • Specialty:  18 hrs
  • Administrative:  16 hrs
  • Plan Review:  12 hrs
  • Communication:  2 hr
  • Free Social Media Marketing for Construction Trades
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PACKAGE CONTENTS:

  • 8-hour  Overview of Building Trades  #CP-18-00223 (8 hr Specialty)
  • 6-hour   Business of Building #CP-18-00216  (6 hr Administrative)
  • 6-hour   Administration and Enforcement Review #CP-19-00050  (6 hr Administrative)
  • 6-hour Technical I: Building Construction 2015 MRC #CP-19-00024  (6 hr Technical)
  • 6-hour Technical II Building Construction 2015 MRC #CP-19-00023 (6 hr Technical)
  • 6-hour  ANSI A117.1-09  #CP-19-00032 (6 hr Technical)
  • 6-hour  Residential Code Review  #CP-18-00220 (6 hr Technical)
  • 6-hour  Building Green  #CP-18-00224 (6 hr Specialty)
  • 6-hour Successful Site Design and Michigan Energy Code #CP-18-00221 (6 hr Plan Review)
  • 4-hour  Responsibilities of Building Officials #CP-18-00217 (4 hr Administrative)
  • 4-hour  Recreational Facilities and Construction Documents  #CP-18-00222 (4 hr Plan Review)
  • 2-hour  Drier By Design – Designing to Keep Water Out  #CP-19-00021 (2 hr Specialty)
  • 2-hour  Successful Use of Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings  #CP-19-00020 (2 hr Specialty)
  • 2-hour  Construction Documents for Successful Projects  #CP-19-00019 (2 hr Plan Review)
  • 1-hour   Inspection and Complaint Process #CP-18-00215 (1 hr Communication)
  • 1-hour  Positive Communication Strategies #CP-18-00218 (1 hr Communication)
  • Free Social Media Marketing for Construction Trades

 

Code Official Overview of Building Trades

Instructor:  Scott Corbat

This eight-hour course provides an overview of building trade skills. This course outlines the fundamental requirements involved in residential construction or remodeling through text, integrated videos, diagrams, and slides.

This course applies 8-Hours towards Specialty credit.

This course covers:

  • Site Work
  • Concrete
  • Foundation Construction
  • Framing
  • Roofing
  • Siding
  • Trim
  • Masonry
  • Plan Reading

Code Official Business of Building

Instructor:  Scott Corbat

This course focuses on the primary responsibilities of running a successful contracting business according to the rules and regulations surrounding the industry.  This especially includes statutory regulations regarding qualifications, standards of practice and licensing requirements. This course will review the fundamentals of business practice for building professionals in Michigan.

This course applies 6-Hours towards Administrative credit.

This course covers

  • Licensing
  • Lien Law
  • Business Organization
  • Finance
  • Taxes
  • Labor Law
  • Fair Housing
  • Estimating

Code Official Administration and Enforcement Review

Instructor:  J. MacDowell

This course outlines the administrative and logistical process involved in inspections, the investigation of complaints, and the enforcement of the applicable codes. The course will also review best practices when evaluating construction projects that may have unusual circumstances or alternative materials, design or methods.

Upon completion of this course, participants will:

  • Outline the process of an inspection, recognize and enforce applicable codes, and understand the process of filing, receiving and investigating complaints.
  • Recognize the requirements set forth by the state of Michigan regarding building codes, ordinances, and zoning requirements.
  • Be able to create a logical method of inspection (sequence of events) that will reduce the risk of oversights that may endanger the health, safety and welfare of the general public.
  • Monitor and evaluate construction projects to ensure overall compliance even when there are unique circumstances and variables that may not fall under “normal” protocol, and recognize the guidelines for approval of alternative materials, design and methods of construction.

This Course Covers:

  • Inspection Processes
  • Types of Inspections
  • Certificates of Occupancy
  • Violation Notices
  • Complaint Investigations
  • Methodology
  • Coordination
  • Inspection Procedures
  • Special Inspection
  • Manufacturer Installation Instructions
  • Alternate Approvals and Product Acceptance

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 Technical II 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.

This course covers:

  • Covering Materials
  • Valleys
  • Ventilation R806
  • Reroofing R908
  • Insulation
  • Ventilation
  • Windows, Doors and Skylights R609
  • Siding Installation R703
  • Interior & Exterior Finishes R702
  • Specialties

Code Official ANSI A117.1-09

Instructor:  J. MacDowell

The ANSI A117.1-09 standards set minimum requirements for newly designed and constructed, or altered state and local government facilities, public accommodations, and commercial facilities to be readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities. This course provides an overview of these requirements with instructor commentary to highlight relevant topics.

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Be able recognize what interior and exterior components can, and should comply with standards.
  • Identify the requirements for proper maneuvering space, clearance and accessible routes.
  • Outline at least one design strategy based on standards for the construction of either a public or private building.
  • Summarize the options available to the design or building professional when designing a facility per the requirements of the standards.

Code Official 2015 Residential Code Review

Instructor:  J. MacDowell

This six-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 6-Hour course applies six hours towards Technical credit.

This course covers:

  • Codebook Basics
  • Scope & Application
  • Building Planning
  • Foundations
  • Floors
  • Wall Construction
  • Roof/Ceiling Construction
  • Chimneys and Fireplaces

Code Official Building Green

Instructor:  Scott Corbat

This course will bring attention to methods of green building that allow homes to have less impact on the environment while providing a great economic benefit to the homeowner. Students will learn the importance of incorporating energy-efficiency into their building projects.

This course covers

  • Resource and Energy Efficient Buildings
  • Heat Transfer
  • Air Infiltration
  • Residential Energy Codes
  • Compliance Methods
  • Advanced Framing Techniques
  • Insulated Headers
  • Raised Heel Trusses
  • Frost Protected Shallow Foundations
  • Airtight Drywall Approach
  • Insulation
  • Cellulose
  • Spray Foam Insulation
  • Radiant Barriers
  • Solar Heat Gain
  • Lighting
  • HVAC
  • Geothermal Systems
  • Wind Turbines
  • Waste Management
  • Solar Photo-voltaic Products

Code Official Successful Site Design and Michigan Energy Code

Instructor:  Wayde Hoppe & J. MacDowell

While land developers are seeking to maximize their land use and minimize their development costs, governmental regulations are applying pressures on budgets that can kill a project. Architects are being relied upon to steer site decisions and engineering professionals in order to produce cost-effective and functional designs that meet the myriad of growing municipal requirements.

The new code reflects several changes in energy efficiency for the 2015 Michigan Energy Code. Generally, the purpose of these changes is to conserve energy through improved efficiency in envelope design, mechanical systems, lighting, and new materials and techniques. It sets the baseline for the building envelope, systems, and equipment.

This course applies 6 hours towards Plan Review credit.

This course covers:

  • Pre-Design
  • Securing Information
  • Programming and Site Evaluation
  • Site Selection, Utilization, and Wayfinding
  • Laying Out the Design
  • Site Standards
  • Preparing a Site Plan
  • Utility Coordination
  • Documents and Contract Administration
  • Michigan Energy Code

Code Official Responsibilities of Building Officials

Instructor:  J. MacDowell

Building inspectors employed by a county, city or other unit of government for the express purpose of enforcing the state building code shall be registered with the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Construction Codes, Building Division; (517) 241-9347. Registered building inspectors are required to have experience in the construction industry and demonstrate ability to perform competent inspections throughout all phases of the construction project.

Approved for four hours to Administration and all Registrant categories. .

This course covers:

  • 1972 PA 230
  • Licensing
  • 1980 PA 299
  • School Site Plan

Code Official Recreational Facilities and Construction Documents

Instructor:  Rodger Peck

Recreational Facilities:  This video course covers the tenth chapter of the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design, Recreation Facilities. The material for this course is presented by simple narration and power point video presentation, including on-site, real world video examples in various accessible buildings used by both the public and private sector.

Construction Documents:  This portion of the course focuses on the specifics of documentation, methodology, and coordination of the plan review process.

This 4-Hour course applies four hours towards Plan Review credit.

This course covers:

  • Amusement Rides
  • Recreational Boating Facilities
  • Exercise Machines and Equipment
  • Fishing Piers and Platforms
  • Golf Facilities
  • Miniature Golf Facilities
  • Play Areas
  • Swimming Pools, Wading Pools and Spas
  • Shooting Facilities with Firing Positions
  • Construction Documents
  • Section 110 Inspections
  • Section 111 Certificate of Occupancy
  • Purpose, Systems & Methodology

Code Official Drier By Design – Designing to Keep Water Out

Instructor:  Paul Spite

With erosion paths cut into solid rock as solid evidence, water in various forms contains immense power to eat away or destroy whatever is in its path. Whether it takes a year, two hundred or ten thousand, without intervention, water can and will destroy our man-made structures. Once a problem develops that opens a pathway for intrusion, one rainy season can render a building unsuitable for human use.

We have the knowledge and tools to combat such destruction of our structures. We implement counterattacks in the design stage, during construction, and afterwards with proactive maintenance, but the battle against water begins in the design phase.

Moisture resistance principles and methods are discussed in a systematic fashion, as in one building system at a time. Fundamentals are first covered, including basic principles of water behavior and the multiple paths it takes while invading buildings. A thorough knowledge of how destruction begins and escalates drives the known design principles and material decisions used to stop such migration. Practical solutions are then discussed in detail.

The discussion is needed. The physical price tag for both our structures and their occupants is too high to allow water free entry into our occupied spaces.

This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills and covers:

  • A basic understanding of how water moves, migrates, and behaves
  • Typical sources of excess moisture in our built environments
  • Proactive prevention of unwanted moisture through planning and design
  • Methods used during construction to prevent the intrusion of water
  • Post-construction prevention of leakage by building envelope inspection
  • Common points of failure through which water can gain entrance
  • Prevention of water intrusion through control of condensation
  • Glossary of Terms Regarding Water Intrusion
  • Water Behavior
  • Moisture Problems
  • Sources of Water
  • Water and Building Components
  • Moisture from Plumbing Leaks, HVAC Systems, Ventilation Systems, and Condensation
  • Tightening the Envelope
  • Vapor and Air Retarders
  • Combatting Negative Air Pressure

Code Official Successful Use of Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings

Instructor:  Wayde Hoppe

This course will cover the advantages and disadvantages of using a pre-engineered metal building and why PEMB’s are economical. We will examine what needs to be considered when designing the foundations, building envelope, building systems, industrial equipment as well as code considerations. This lesson should equip the designer and builder to know the basic facts about Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Outline the advantages and disadvantages of Pre-Engineered buildings
  • Identify the code requirements related to bearing capacity of foundations and slabs
  • Describe hazardous occupancies and control areas that are often found in this type of structure
  • Summarize the code considerations and issues related to special industrial construction

This course covers:

  • Foundations
  • Equipment
  • Systems
  • Envelope
  • Code
  • Special Industrial Issues
  • Geology
  • Ground Water
  • Grounding
  • Repairs
  • Decorative Shapes
  • Deferred Submittals

Code Official Construction Documents for Successful Projects

Instructor:  Wayde Hoppe

A well prepared and accurate technical specification can be easily undone if Divisions 00 and 01 of the project manual are deficient. The ‘front-end’ specification, or general conditions, is the tool that directs the contractor from the day he is introduced to the project through to completion. Without it, the architect, the client, and the builder are vulnerable to being sadly surprised. A well written ‘front-end’ can protect the architect and the builder from accusations of neglect, cost over-runs, demands for an expansion of the scope and much more. This course will teach the many elements of the front-end specification that are essential to success.

After Completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Be able to integrate design concepts with current codes and regulations.
  • Translate the intentions and goals of the customer into a safe and cost-effective project.
  • Understand and be able to comply with federal laws if the project is paid for with governmental funds.
  • Specify and identify any code related issues or requirements in order to facilitate proper construction.

Code Official Inspection and Complaint Process

Instructor:  J. MacDowell

As a building official it is important to have strong interpersonal and communication skills that will foster effective, cooperative working relationships with city staff members, property owners, the building and development community. They often inform, advise and resolve conflicts between the local jurisdiction, architects, developers, contractors and homeowners about code and ordinance compliance. This course addresses the process of inspections of complaints and violations.

This 1-hour course applies one hour towards Communication credit.

This course covers:

  • Inspection Processes
  • Types of Inspections
  • Stop Work Orders
  • Violation Notices
  • Complaint Investigations

Code Official Positive Communication Strategies

Instructor:  J. MacDowell

As a building official it is important to have strong interpersonal and communication skills that will foster effective, cooperative working relationships with city staff members, property owners, the building and development community. Very often, a building official functions as an overall office manager, planning and assigning work, and providing guidance and training clerical and technical staff. This one-hour course outlines some of the strategies used to create a positive work environment.

This 1-Hour course applies one hour towards Communication credit.

This course covers:

  • Conflict
  • Listening Skills
  • Body Language
  • Negotiating
  • Workplace Culture

Social Media Marketing for Construction Trades

Learn the ins and outs of social media marketing from experts that work in both social media and the construction industry. Use these tools and tricks to upgrade your personal and professional profiles, drive leads, and increase business.

 

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