CODES COUNT TRAINING

This training is designed for current or potential city staff members who are responsible for code enforcement activities or will be in the future.

Codes Count training will develop courses based on the needs of the the 24:1 communities. 

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The objective is to provide access to training opportunities to certify under all required ICC Disciplines.

Neighborhood Preservation Inspectors apply consistent code standards to support municipal vitality. Effective building inspectors have a combined skillset of customer service, clear communication skills, and a basic understanding of construction.

Upcoming TrainingS

Codes Counts trainings include courses for administrators as well as building inspectors. The administrative course prepares attendees to handle processes needed for code enforcement. The building inspector course prepares participants to take the ICC (International Code Council) Property Maintenance & Housing Inspector Certification test. Once they have passed, inspectors will receive ICC Certification.

All training will be offered at BEYOND HOUSING, 6506 Wright Way, Pine Lawn, MO 63121

Full COVID precautions will be in place

Trainings are currently set for:

SPRING 2021: ADMINISTRATIVE COURSE

3 Session Course
FEB 23, MAR 2, MAR 9
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM each day

  • Assess attendees’ knowledge
  • Define roles and responsibilities
  • Present the 2015 IBC Code

* Participants must register at least 3 days in advance.

* There is a minimum of 5 students and a maximum of 20. If fewer than 5 students register, the class will be cancelled. Participants must attend all sessions.

PLEASE NOTE: The administrator training covers code enforcement processes. The inspector training covers the content of the ICC test, and how to take the ICC test. The trainings do not teach people how to inspect a building.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The administrative course is designed for municipal staff, including city clerks, who navigate the process of updating building codes to the 2015 IBC and handle code enforcement processes around inspections, permits, and citations.

The inspector training course is designed for current or potential city staff members responsible for code enforcement activities today or in the future. For potential employees, ICC certification may be required prior to applying for any open positions.

BENEFITS

Property maintenance and building code enforcement are an important part of maintaining a vibrant community. Building inspectors who complete the training and receive ICC certification will be able to engage with members of their communities and provide a fair and reasonable approach to addressing property maintenance issues.

Pricing for Administrative Course

$65

CODES COUNT DISCOUNT RATE

$80

STANDARD RATE

Pricing for Building Inspector Course

$250

CODES COUNT DISCOUNT RATE

$400

STANDARD RATE

  • $898 in ICC Code Books are not included with the training fees and are needed to complete the test
  • ICC code books may be provided to trainees by the sponsoring
    municipality in some cases
  • Discounts or scholarships for attendees may be available
  • Support with exams and studying is available
  • Funds may be available for training participants to cover testing fees

Interested in learning more or taking the class?

REYNA SPENCER

(314) 376-5826

rspencer@beyondhousing.org

 

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