Category Archives: Education

2014 NEC Analysis of Changes (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – May 18, 2016 @ Creve Coeur

Seminar: The IAEI staff and IAEI representatives on the NFPA NEC Code Making Panels have worked together to develop a quality seminar program that will provide information about code changes covering the safe installation and use of electrical products pertaining to the 2011 and 2014 National Electrical Code. This course is designed to cover the major changes in the National Electrical Code for the 2011/2014 … Continue reading 2014 NEC Analysis of Changes (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – May 18, 2016 @ Creve Coeur »

MFMA Training Opportunity – 2015 Existing Building Code | St. Louis – May 10, 2016

2015 International Existing Building Code (IEBC) Instructor: Jared Agee  May 10, 2016 Chapter 34-Existing Buildings of the International Building Code was removed, forcing jurisdictions to adopt the International Existing Building Code. This comprehensive course was developed to assist the code official in navigating the code, provide an overview of compliance types, and discuss significant concepts. In addition to the technical component of the code, the administration portion … Continue reading MFMA Training Opportunity – 2015 Existing Building Code | St. Louis – May 10, 2016 »

Fundamentals of the I-Codes for Permit Technicians with Roger Axel (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – June 15, 2016| Maryland Heights

Seminar: This seminar provides permit technicians with the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to perform their jobs in code administration, including legal aspects, code language, code enforcement, reading construction documents, reviewing submitted documents, permitting and the inspection process. Participants will become familiar with the International Building Code (IBC), the International Residential Code (IRC) and focus on customer relations skills and techniques. (This course is intended … Continue reading Fundamentals of the I-Codes for Permit Technicians with Roger Axel (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – June 15, 2016| Maryland Heights »

SEMA – SAVE Coalition Training in St. Louis |May 13, 2016

The Missouri Structural Assessment and Visual Evaluation (SAVE) Coalition is a group of volunteer engineers, architects, building inspectors and other professionals that assists the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) with building damage assessments. After a disaster, SAVE volunteers are trained to move quickly to determine which buildings are safe to use. SAVE Coalition volunteers are called to assist when a disaster such as a … Continue reading SEMA – SAVE Coalition Training in St. Louis |May 13, 2016 »