Code Check Seminars
Code Check offers a wide variety of seminars for building departments, home inspectors, contractors, and electricians. Our seminars are engaging and breathe life into the world of codes and construction practices. Seminars can be customized to fit the needs of your event. Prices vary depending upon location, days needed, and the size of the group. We can also work with your organization to obtain continuing education units (CEUs). Previous seminars have been accredited for continuing education for ICC, AIA, state licensing boards, and inspection associations. Please contact Seminars@CodeCheck.com for a quote. Seminars are available on each of our books, as well as the topics listed below. Seminars that are not based on a particular book include powerpoint handouts.
ICC Preferred Provider Seminars
• Electrical Safety Awareness [Electrical] 4.0 hrs. CEU -0.40
• Garage Doors [Codes & Standards] 1.0 hrs. CEU - 0.10
• Appliances [Residential] 2.0 hrs. CEU - 0.20
• Preservatively Treated Timber [Residential] 3.0 hrs. CEU - 0.30
• Decks [Residential] 3.0 hrs. CEU - 0.30
• Significant Changes to the 2016 CA Residential Code [Codes & Standards] 7.0 hrs. CEU - 0.70
• Photoelectric vs. Ionization Smoke Alarms: Deadly Differences [Residential) 2.0 hrs. CEU - 0.20
• Electric Safety in the Workplace [Electrical] 15.0 hrs. CEU - 1.50
The 2017 National Electrical Code is here, and we have 1 or 2 days classes available that will help get you up to speed on all the changes that might significantly impact on your business.
Seminars are available on updates in each cycle of the National Electrical Code. Whether your jurisdiction has or soon will adopt the 2005, 2008, 2011, or 2014 NEC, we have a seminar that explains the changes that are going to have an impact on the work you do in your area. Available as 1 or 2 day classes.
Attention: California Electrical Contractors, Building Inspectors, Journeymen Electricians, Electrical System Designers, and Electrical Engineers, California will be adopting the 2016 California Electrical Code on January 1, 2017. It will be based on the 2014 National Electrical Code. Starting in February of 2017, Redwood will be conducting electrical code update classes across the California. The dates and locations of these seminars will be posted here soon. If you would like to sponsor a Code Check code update or NFPA 70E class in your area please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.