Type: Instructor Led Classroom Training
Location: BFCA - Elgin, IL
Time: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. CST
Description: A 1-day program based on the 2021 International Residential Code®, assimilating the use and application of basic building planning requirements for wall, floor, ceiling, roof framing, and materials.
In addition to the first 10 chapters of The Code, students will use a well-illustrated workbook that provides examples of common code situations with practical problem-solving applications.
Instructors will emphasize intent and rationale while working with difficult or unusual field situations, assisting students in distinguishing alternatives that satisfy the overall objective.
Describe and interpret the duties and powers of a code official.
Read and interpret graphs located in the IRC determine climactic and geographic design criteria for their region.
Utilize the IRC to illustrate minimum requirements related to residential building planning, design, and construction.
Utilize the IRC to devise minimum egress and emergency rescue opening requirements.
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