Held May 22–26, at the University of Texas at Arlington, the Training and Certification Summit will provide you with great opportunities to expand your skills and knowledge on building safety, inspections, leadership and communication in the workplace from nationally recognized instructors.
Held in conjunction with the 25th Building Professional Institute (BPI) educational program, ICC’s Summit will offer three unique and engaging educational tracks, Continuing Education Units, and an opportunity to take ICC Certification Exams. Attendees will earn 1.8 CEUs from ICC for participating in any of the three-day training tracks. These CEUs may be applied toward renewal of certifications issued by ICC. Summit tracks include:
Track 1: Leadership Institute
Track 2: Principles of Building Safety Institute
Track 3: Residential Building Inspector Certification Academy
(Optional Certification Exam available at a reduced rate)
The Summit will also feature:
Online registration for the educational tracks is easier than ever. Take advantage of the quick and easy registration process and receive your email confirmation the same day.
For complete information regarding registration, schedules, track descriptions, instructors/bios, certification exams and hotel/travel, click here.
The International Code Council is a member-focused association. It is dedicated to developing model codes and standards used in the design, build and compliance process to construct safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures. Most U.S. communities and many global markets choose the International Codes.
The International Codes®, or I-Codes®, published by ICC, provide minimum safeguards for people at home, at school and in the workplace. The I-Codes are a complete set of comprehensive, coordinated building safety and fire prevention codes. Building codes benefit public safety and support the industry’s need for one set of codes without regional limitations.
Fifty states and the District of Columbia have adopted the I-Codes at the state or jurisdictional level. Federal agencies including the Architect of the Capitol, General Services Administration, National Park Service, Department of State, U.S. Forest Service and the Veterans Administration also enforce the I-Codes. The Department of Defense references the International Building Code® for constructing military facilities, including those that house U.S. troops around the world and at home. Amtrak uses the International Green Construction Code® for new and extensively renovated sites and structures. Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands enforce one or more of the I-Codes.
The Building Professional Institute (BPI) was originally established at the University of Texas at Arlington in 1992 by the Building Officials Association of Texas (BOAT) and the Construction Research Center (CRC) at UTA. The BPI is typically an annual week-long program of quality education and training for the Building Professionals including Builders, Building Officials, Contractors, Municipal Inspectors, Real Estate Inspectors, Architects, Engineers, Plumbers, Fire Protection Personnel, Code Enforcement, Permit Technicians, Electricians, and Environmental Health and Safety Personnel. Many of these professionals need areas of certifications and approved continuing education to maintain their licensing and expertise. Such courses and training are developed and offered by BPI.