January 19 and 20, 2011
Location: Comfort Inn and Suites, Bismarck, ND
Classes run from 8AM to 4PM and lunch will be provided both days. A block of rooms has been reserved at the hotel for NDBOA training attendees. Training includes workbooks and is eligible for ICC Continuing Education credits. Note that both seminars are FREE with your paid NDBOA membership for 2011.
Wednesday, January 19th
2009 International Energy Conservation Code® – Overview
This seminar provides an overview of critical concepts of the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). These concepts provide a basis for the correct use of the code in the design, plan review, inspection, and analysis of projects. It will provide a clear understanding and correct use of the requirements identified by these basic code provisions, tables and categorizations. Participants will apply the code in clear-cut situations and build their understanding of the intent of the code when asked to make code compliance decisions. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 will be discussed.
Thursday, January 20th
2009 IECC – Performing Residential Energy Inspections
This course addresses numerous provisions in the 2009 IECC, where the code contains requirements applicable to construction, and inspection of residential construction, but that are not regulated specifically by the International Residential Code®. The course is intended to help the building inspector, to identify those areas to inspect on the site that were approved in the review and ensure compliance with the IECC.
Objectives for these seminars:
- Locate general topics in the 2009 IECC
- Locate applicable table in the 2009 IECC for specific situations
- Apply code requirements to real world situations
- Explain the intent behind a code requirement
- Identify essential code components for designing energy-efficient building thermal envelopes; energy-efficient mechanical design; and electrical power and lighting system