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Safety Assessment Program: Evaluator and Coordinator Training
Registration Deadline: Monday, August 1, 2022

In Person Course Hosted by City of Elk Grove - 0.6 CEUs

Date: Thursday, August 4, 2022

Time: 8:00am – 3:30pm

Location: Elk Grove Council Chambers - 8400 Laguna Palms Elk Grove, CA 95758

Cost: $195.00 - Members and ​$250.00 - NonMembers

Amenities: Each attendee will receive morning refreshments and lunch. Course materials will be emailed prior to the course.

Parking: Council Chambers parking lot is free.

ICC PP Course No. 32004 (0.6 CEUs)
AIA Course No. 20: 2022 (6 LU | HSWs)

The primary focus of this course is to train building inspectors, architects, and civil engineers to perform field evaluations of buildings and other infrastructure for damage along with how to rate the safety significance of that damage. SAP inspectors will be prepared for disaster assessment and the required documentation. This training is also approved by the Federal Department of Homeland Security for homeland security grant funding and provides local government representatives with information on how to estimate the local needs for evaluators and other resources that may be needed in response to a local event, how to request the needed resources, how to effectively manage those resources, and how to manage the information gathered by those resources. Up-to-date materials published by the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) are provided.

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Highlighting Accessibility Changes in the 2022 California Building and Residential Codes
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Thursday, August 18, 2022
10:00am – 12:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 31759 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No. 8: 2022 - 2 LU | HSWs

$70.00 - Members
​$90.00 - NonMembers

This webinar highlights the approved changes to the Division of the State Architect’s Chapter 11B, Housing and Community Development’s Chapter 11A, and California Residential Code Section 327. The 2022 California Building Code (CBC) and 2022 California Residential Code (CRC) are published on July 1, 2022 and go into effect on January 1, 2023. The discussion of amended definitions and code sections inform attendees of these changes. Building officials, accessibility plan reviewers, accessibility inspectors, designers, architects, and contractors are encouraged to attend. A thorough understanding of how these changes differ from the current requirements is vital in performing field and plan check duties.

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2022 Energy Nonresidential Standards: What’s Changed for the Next Code Cycle?
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, July 19, 2022

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Wednesday, July 20, 2022 
10:00am – 12:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 30703 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No.6: 2022 - 2 LUs

$70.00 - Members
​$90.00 - NonMembers

This webinar provides an overview of major changes to the 2022 Energy Code requirements for nonresidential buildings scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2023. Topics discussed include solar PV, controlled environmental horticulture spaces, commercial and industrial process loads, building envelope, fan and duct systems, HVAC controls, boilers and service water heating systems, indoor and outdoor lighting systems, and grid integration equipment. Information is provided on post-adoption meetings, how to provide feedback on the proposed amendments to the 2022 compliance manuals, forms, and compliance software, along with 2022 Energy Code resources.

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Community Wildfire Risk Reduction
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Wednesday, June 8, 2022
10:00am – 12:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 30631 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No. 1: 2022 - 2 LU | HSWs

$70.00 - Members
​$90.00 - NonMembers

Today’s wildfire environment has changed, allowing for longer fire seasons with more intense and destructive wildfires. Climate change, land use, fire suppression, population growth, and other factors have contributed to putting millions of homes and hundreds of communities at extreme risk of wildfire. During this webinar, the latest in wildfire science and research, statutes, and codes, and best management practices for living and building in wildfire-prone areas will be discussed. The 2019 California Building Code: Chapter 7A requirements for exterior protection of structures, the pending 2022 California Fire Code: Chapter 49, retrofitting of existing structures, and defensible space requirements intended to mitigate wildfire hazards are also discussed. Building and enforcement professionals interested in gaining knowledge on identifying your community’s wildfire hazards, risks, and mitigation strategies are encouraged to attend.

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Improving Plan and Document Screening Skills for Permit Technicians
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Wednesday, April 27, 2022
1:00 – 3:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 28128 - 0.2 CEUs

$70.00 - Members
​$90.00 - NonMembers

This webinar focuses on improving plan and document screening skills for permit technicians. Attendees learn basic plan reading skills to ensure plan submittals are complete for plan review and permit issuance. Differences and purposes for various types of plans and documents are reviewed and discussed. Attendees are provided with a checklist that is used in webinar discussions to identify and verify important elements of plan review, including how best to screen and identify missing or deficient information. This webinar is designed for all entry level positions in permit technicians, building and safety, fire prevention, planning but can serve as a refresher for experienced members and permit technicians who wish to improve their building department role.

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2019 CBC Chapter 11A: Scoping Fundamentals. What’s Covered and Not Covered in Chapter 11A?
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Thursday, February 24, 2022
1:00 – 3:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 30701 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No. 2: 2022 - 2 LU | HSWs

$70.00 - Members
​$90.00 - NonMembers

This webinar provides an overview of scoping fundamentals in the 2019 California Building Code Chapter 11A, including definitions and application. There is often confusion about which code applies to which housing projects, especially projects connected to or funded by government agencies and programs, so discussion focuses on what is and is not covered in 11A with a brief overview of administration and function for public housing as well. Building officials, accessibility plan reviewers, accessibility inspectors, designers, architects and contractors are encouraged to attend.

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2019 CBC Chapter 11A: Accessible Routes in Common Areas
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Thursday, March 3, 2022
10:00am – 12:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 30702 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No. 3: 2022 - 2 LU | HSWs

$70.00 - Members
​$90.00 - NonMembers

This webinar provides an overview of the 2019 California Building Code Chapter 11A, Division II covering accessible routes in common areas, including exterior routes, walks, sidewalks, ramps, landings, exterior stairways, and hazards. A brief overview of California privately funded multi-family housing codes important to the understanding of these topics are presented. Building officials, accessibility plan reviewers, accessibility inspectors, designers, architects and contractors are encouraged to attend.

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2019 CBC Chapter 11B: Accessibility for Plumbing Elements and Facilities
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Thursday, December 16, 2021
1:00pm – 3:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 25786 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No. 29: 2020 - 2 LU | HSWs

$70.00 - Members
​$90.00 - NonMembers

This webinar allows attendees to gain a practical understanding of disabled accessibility for plumbing elements and facilities, including drinking fountains, restrooms, bathtubs, showers and more. Scoping and technical requirements for accessible plumbing elements and facilities are reviewed. Practical application of accessibility regulations for plan reviewers and inspectors is the main focal point of this webinar, including the discussion of field conditions, examples and common questions and answers. Building officials, accessibility plan reviewers, accessibility inspectors, designers, architects and contractors are encouraged to attend.

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2022 Energy Multifamily Standards: What’s Changed for the Next Code Cycle?
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Thursday, July 14, 2022
1:00 – 3:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 30705 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No. 4: 2022 - 2 LUs

$70.00 - Members
​$90.00 - NonMembers

This webinar provides an overview of major changes to the 2022 Energy Code requirements for multifamily buildings scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2023. Topics discussed include the new multifamily sections, envelope (quality insulation installation, roofing, fenestration), HVAC (ventilation, heat pumps, fan systems, ERVs, HRVs), water heating, lighting, electric ready, solar PV, battery storage, compliance software, and forms. Information is provided on post-adoption meetings, how to provide feedback on the proposed amendments to the 2022 compliance manuals, forms, and compliance software, along with 2022 Energy Code resources.

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2022 Energy Single-Family Standards: What’s Changed for the Next Code Cycle?
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, June 8, 2022

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Thursday, June 9, 2022
1:00 – 3:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 30704 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No. 5: 2022 - 2 LUs

$70.00 - Members
​$90.00 - NonMembers

This webinar provides an overview of major changes to the 2022 Energy Code requirements for single-family buildings scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2023. Topics discussed include heat pumps, electric ready for mixed-fuel buildings, kitchen ventilation, duct sealing, solar PV (battery storage, compliance options, community solar), and the new multifamily sections. Information is provided on post-adoption meetings, how to provide feedback on the proposed amendments to the 2022 compliance manuals, forms, and compliance software, along with 2022 Energy Code resources.

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Understanding Land Use Planning for Wildfire Mitigation
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
10:00am – 12:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 27087 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No. 3: 2021 - 2 LU | HSWs

$70.00 - Members
$90.00 - NonMembers

This webinar explains how the CAL FIRE Land Use Planning Program assists local authorities in wildfire hazard mitigation for new developments and sub-divisions. An introduction to the NFPA Firewise USA program is presented and discusses the NFPA Firewise USA program, California Fire Hazard Severity Zones as well as the Fire Safe Regulations that apply to all development in the State Responsibility Area and Very High Fire Hazard Zone Local Responsibility Areas. Building, Planning, and Enforcement professionals interested in learning more about land use planning and wildfire mitigation are encouraged to attend.

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Wildfire Mitigation, Response and Recovery: Defensible Space, CBC Chapter 7A & Home Hardening
Registration Deadline: Monday, March 15, 2021

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Tuesday, March 16, 2021
9:00am – 11:00am
ICC PP Course No. 27088 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No. 4: 2021 - 2 LU | HSWs

$70.00 - Members
$90.00 - NonMembers

Ten percent of homes in California have a wildfire designation of moderate to extreme risk. This webinar is intended to assist in identifying your community’s fire risk based on the building science of fire propagation the built environment. The 2019 California Building Code: Chapter 7A requirements for exterior protection of structures and the 2019 California Fire Code: Chapter 49 defensible space requirements intended to mitigate fire damage are discussed. This webinar also covers building department response strategies for plan reviewers, inspectors and counter staff that have been utilized in recent fires to assist in the assessment and rebuilding process. Building and enforcement professionals interested in gaining knowledge on Wildland Urban Interfaces are encouraged to attend.

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2019 California Energy Code: Title 24, Part 6 Commissioning Requirements
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Thursday, March 18, 2021
1:00pm – 3:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 27059 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No. 2: 2021 - 2 LUs

$70.00 - Members
​$90.00 - NonMembers

Title 24, Part 6 (Energy Code) has requirements for commissioning new nonresidential buildings of any size. Buildings less than 10,000 square feet have fewer requirements than buildings 10,000 square feet or greater. This webinar discusses the requirements based on building size and type of systems and show when each requirement must be completed in the design and build process. Questions and dialogue are encouraged for this overview webinar. Inspectors, permit technicians, plan checkers, architects and contractors are encouraged to attend.

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2019 CBC Chapters 11A and 11B: Accessibility for Residential Kitchens and Bathrooms
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Online Webinar – 0.2 CEUs

Thursday, February 25, 2021
10:00am – 12:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 25963 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No. 36: 2020 - 2 LU | HSWs

$70.00 - Members
$90.00 - NonMembers

This webinar provides a brief overview of the major differences between Chapter 11A and Chapter 11B kitchens and bathrooms when a multifamily dwelling is considered “public housing”. Topics of discussion include the major differences between mobility units and adaptable units for kitchens and bathrooms along with scoping and technical requirements. A brief review of the upcoming changes to Chapters 11A and 11B residential regulations that go into effect on July 1, 2021 are also discussed. Building officials, accessibility plan reviewers, accessibility inspectors, designers, architects and contractors are encouraged to attend.

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