2006 I-Code Classes Just a Phone Call Away

11/18/2005


Architects, engineers, plan reviewers, code officials and other building safety and fire prevention professionals can save time and travel expenses by learning about the 2006 I-Codes via telephone.

The International Code Council is offering the 2006 International Codes Update Telephone Seminar Series beginning in January. Four separate sessions offer an overview of the changes from the 2003 edition to the 2006 edition of the InternationalBuilding, Residential, Plumbing and Fire Codes. Each class will focus on changes in code requirements and organization, as well as the applicability of new requirements to design, plan review and inspection. Each 90-minute seminar includes handouts and Q&A periods to provide participants with a thorough understanding of each topic. Each session will be taught by a code expert who assists design, construction and code professionals across the nation in interpreting and applying the International Codes.

2006 International Code Update: IBC is schedule for January 11; IRC is slated for February 28; IPC will be March 28; and IFC is scheduled for April 19.

The registration fee for each telephone seminar is $175 per site and covers an unlimited number of participants at one location. The call-in number for each seminar is toll-free and groups may select to attend any number of seminars in the series.

For more information on seminar times, continuing education units and registration, visit www.iccsafe.org/training





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