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AZBO 2021 Virtual Institute
AZBO 2021 Virtual Institute
Arizona Building Officials VIRTUAL
Multiple dates between April 20, 2021 and August 19, 2021
 
THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!

Welcome to the AZBO 2021 Virtual Institute


The Virtual Institute will run from April 20, through August 19, 2021


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Occupancy Groups and Types of Const.: Module 2* 06/17/21
Occupancy Groups and Types of Const.: Module 2* 06/17/21
73/100 LEFT $ 45.00  

Occupancy Groups and Types of Const.: Module 2


This two-hour course is solely intended to provide essential information contained in IBC Chapter 3, “Occupancy Classification and Use” and Chapter 6, “Types of Construction” and how to recognize each of the various occupancy and construction types during submittal at the front counter. The course is recommended for front counter personnel and those who may be interested in preparing for the 2018 ICC Permit Technician certification exam. Either the 2015 or 2018 IBC can be used.

Learning objectives must be clearly identified and must be incorporated in the course’s general description.

·        Impart the importance of properly classifying a building as to its occupancy group

·        Overview of each of the ten IBC Occupancy Groups and applicable subcategories

·        Maximum allowable quantities of hazardous materials

·        Mixed occupancies and mixed construction types

·        Identification of IBC Construction Types I-A through V-B

·        The difference between noncombustible and fire-resistive construction

·        The importance of occupancy and types of construction in relation to plan review

ICC CEU’s: 0.2

Contact Time: 2hours

ICC PPN: 27972

 
Fees-Basic Plan Review-Inspections: Module 3* 06/24/21
Fees-Basic Plan Review-Inspections: Module 3* 06/24/21
79/100 LEFT $ 45.00  

Fees-Basic Plan Review-Inspections: Module 3


This two-hour course is intended to provide essential information in the areas of code administration, basic residential construction and structural components, standard inspection process, permit fee calculations, basic residential plan review, certificate of occupancy requirements, special inspections and existing structures. The course is recommended for front counter personnel and those who may be interested in preparing for the 2018 ICC Permit Technician certification exam. Either the 2015 or 2018 IBC can be used.

Learning objectives must be clearly identified and must be incorporated in the course’s general description.

·        Explain the basics behind code administration

·        How to manually calculate Permit and Plan Review Fees

·        Introduction to structural basics

·        Basic plan review components

·        Required inspections per the IBC

·        Introduction to Chapter 17 “Special Inspections”

·        Existing structures

·        Overview of the Certificate of Occupancy (Full and Temporary)

ICC CEU’s: 0.2

Contact Time: 2 hours

ICC PPN: 27973

 
Highlights of the IZC: Module 4* 07/01/21
Highlights of the IZC: Module 4* 07/01/21
88/100 LEFT $ 45.00  

Highlights of the IZC: Module 4


This two-hour course is intended to provide essential information contained in the International Zoning Code, including Chapter 1, “Administration”, land use districts, Zoning Board of Appeals, pertinent definitions, accessory buildings, parking, signs, conditional use permits, existing buildings and Planned Unit Developments. The course is recommended for front counter personnel and those who may be interested in preparing for the 2018 ICC Permit Technician certification exam. Any edition of the IZC can be used.

Learning objectives must be clearly identified and must be incorporated in the course’s general description.

·        In-depth overview of Chapter 1, “Administration”

·        Overview of each land use district and their subcategories

·        Zoning regulatory boards

·        Definitions (setback, easement, building line, R.O.W., etc.)

·        Identification of exempt and prohibited signs as well as other sign requirements and regulations

·        Requirements for existing buildings

·        Intricacies of a conditional use permit

·        The pros and cons of a Planned Unit Development

ICC CEU’s: .2

Contact Time: 2 hours

ICC PPN: 27974

 
Means of Egress (Ch.10) & Interior Environment (Ch.12) Module 5* 07/08/21
Means of Egress (Ch.10) & Interior Environment (Ch.12) Module 5* 07/08/21
85/100 LEFT $ 45.00  

Means of Egress (Ch. 10) & Interior Environment (Ch. 12): Module 5


This two-hour course is intended to provide essential information contained in Chapters10 (Means of Egress) and Chapter 12 (Interior Environment) of the International Building Code. Chapter 10 will include an overview of a Means of Egress system and its various components, calculating occupancy loads, required number of doorways and how to get occupants out of the building in an emergency. Chapter 12 which is referenced in the ICC Permit Technician Certification Exam, will comer natural light and ventilation, room sized and heights, temperature control, sound transmission and access to unoccupied spaces. The course is recommended for Permit Technicians and those who may be interested in preparing for the 2018 Permit Technician Certification Exam. Both the 2015 and 2018 IBC can be used. 


ICC CEU’s: .2

Contact Time: 2 hours

ICC PPN: 27975

 
From the Ground up!* 07/22/21
From the Ground up!* 07/22/21
74/100 LEFT $ 65.00  

From the Ground up!


A comprehensive study of all phases of residential construction geared toward the Permit Tech. Construction, and inspection processes, and terminology will be covered in depth. Attendees will gain knowledge about the construction of a single family residence- both frame and masonry, be able to identify various construction materials and have a better understanding of the required inspections

ICC CEU’s: .3

Contact Time: 3 hour

ICC PPN: 27977

 
 
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88/100 LEFT $ 250.00  
Wednesday Jun 09, 2021 @  06:00:AM  —  06:00:PM MST

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Energy Program Knowledge Builder 05/12/21
Energy Program Knowledge Builder 05/12/21
 
Wednesday May 12, 2021 @  08:30:AM  —  10:30:PM MST

Successful integration into the marketplace of energy efficient building products, techniques and technologies is due in large part to energy efficiency programs created by the private, public and nonprofit sectors. These programs have successfully bundled and packaged "the best of building science" and energy efficiency and added marketing and incentives (not just financial) to entice home builders and homeowners to adopt best practices sooner than they would have without this assistance. Learn not just the practical requirements of each program, but a little history about where they came from and how they evolved over time to reach their current status.

What you'll be learning:

·        Can homes built to third-party energy programs satisfy minimum code requirements?

·        How do you determine "miles per gallon" for a home?

·        Do ENERGY STAR products installed in a home make it an "ENERGY STAR " home?

·        Learn about other common energy efficiency programs, including:

o  EPA Indoor airPLUS

o  EPA WaterSense

o  Environments for Living

o  USGBC LEED for Homes

o  US DOE Zero Energy Ready


ICC CEU 0.2 PPN #27945

 
Energy Code Mastery 04/28/21
Energy Code Mastery 04/28/21
 
Wednesday Apr 28, 2021 @  08:30:AM  —  10:30:AM MST

First published in the year 2000, the international building codes have been updated, and steadily improved, every three years since. The International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and International Residential Code (IRC) contain the requirements specific to energy efficiency and, starting in 2006, many provisions we consider to be "the best of building science." This class provides a user friendly look at the key elements of the IECC, with short detours into the IRC, so attendees will leave feeling much more confident designing, building, and inspecting to the code's requirements.

What you'll be learning:

·        Do you know how many possible "pathways" there are to comply with the IECC? If not, you may be working much harder than you need to remodeling an existing home or building a new one.

·        What are the specific requirements in cold versus hot climates.... and climate zones in between?

·        Improve your understanding of the energy efficiency tests & inspections called for in the IECC, why they're important, when they are required (and when not), and who can, and probably should, be doing them for your project.

·        Getting your project into, through and out of the plan check and field inspection process with reduced headaches.... as a designer, builder, and a code official.


ICC CEU 0.2 PPN #27951

 
Maximizing Performance with Unvented Attics 05/05/21
Maximizing Performance with Unvented Attics 05/05/21
 
Wednesday May 05, 2021 @  08:30:AM  —  10:30:AM MST

ICC CEU’s: .2

Contact Time: 2 hours

Start Time: 8:30am – 10:30am

ICC PPN: 27946

 
Energy Program Knowledge Builder 05/12/21
Energy Program Knowledge Builder 05/12/21
 
Wednesday May 12, 2021 @  08:30:AM  —  10:30:AM MST

ICC CEU’s: .2

Contact Time 2 hours

Start Time: 8:30am – 10:30am

ICC PPN: 27945

 
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