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2015-2016 education and training plan

CCLD offers a variety of educational opportunities pertaining to the Minnesota State Building Code. Below is a list of targeted training currently available to ICC chapters, building official luncheon groups, AIA MN, builder and other associations (as resources permit). Individuals are encouraged to request specific content programs. These requests will be granted based on staff availability and preparation time required.

Programs:

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    • Residential: Building Contractor Recovery Fund (1.5 hours)
    • Energy Code: 2012 IECC Fundamentals (6 hours)
    • Energy Code: Topics (2 hours)
    • Energy Code: Mechanical (3 hours)
    • Energy Code: Residential Mechanical (2 hours)
    • Energy Code: Residential Plan Review (2 hours)
    • Energy Code: Commercial Building Envelope (2 hours)
    • Building Durability (2 hours)
    • Indoor Air Quality (2 hours)
    • Residential: Radon (1.5 hours or 3 hours)
    • Accessibility: Fundamentals (3 hours)
    • Accessibility-Advanced: 20% Rule (1 hour)
    • Accessibility-Advanced: Residential/Institutional (3 hours)
    • Conservation Code Fundamentals: Prescriptive (2 hours)
    • Residential: General Construction Issues (2.5 hours)
    • Residential: Electrical Code and Construction (2.5 hours)
    • Residential: Fire Sprinklers (1 hour)
    • Residential: Carbon Monoxide Detection (15 minutes)
    • Residential: Fire Detection (1 hour)
    • Fire Rated Assemblies (45 minutes)
    • Residential Energy: HVAC Systems - Modular Construction (2.5 hours)
    • In-Plant Plumbing (2.5 hours)
    • Pex Piping Inspection (2.5 hours)
    • Manufactured Home Installation (2.5 hours)
    • Alterations to Manufactured Housing (2 hours)
    • Residential: Garage Door Design (2 hours)
    • Electrical Code and Construction (2.5 hours)

 Download the Education Request Form to inquire about a training opportunity for your group (PDF)
 DLI's expectations for providing training (PDF)

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 For more information about CCLD's education and training programs, contact Greg Metz, (651) 284-5884.

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