This course includes concrete, aluminum, steel, wood, glass and plastics for the Building Inspector.

This one-hour course discusses the scope and administrative requirements governing the use of the Florida Building Code, 6thEdition (2017), Chapter One. 



This five-hour course serves as an overview of the fundamental knowledge necessary to administer and enforce the fuel gas code.  Design professionals, contractors, plans examiners and inspectors attending this course will review the code provisions and underlying scientific principles addressed in this chapter of the IFGC.

To complete this course, the student must have the IFGC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles book published by the International Code Council (ICC), 2015.  The book is provided with your registration.

Introduction to Article 90

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  This course will help the participant better understand the requirements, provisions and recommendations found in the National Electrical Code, Article 90. This course is required for Electrical Cross Training Programs.

NUMBER OF CONTINUING EDUCATION HOURS:  One (1) Hour presented as online self-paced instruction

COURSE GOAL:  This course will introduce the student to the National Electrical Code, Part 90, the basis for electrical installations in the United States.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:  After completion, the student will be better able to:

  • Describe the history and development of the National Electrical Code.
  • Describe the organization of the National Electrical Code.
  • Identify what is covered and what is not covered in the National Electrical Code.

 STUDENT PREREQUISITES: None


This one-hour online course is designed to help the inspector and plans examiner become familiar with the terminology and specific definitions that are commonly used in the Mechanical Code.  This course does not provide CEU credit at this time.

This eight-hour course serves as an overview of the fundamental knowledge necessary to administer and enforce the plumbing code.  Design professionals, contractors, plans examiners and inspectors attending this course will review the code provisions and underlying scientific principles addressed in this chapter of the FBC Plumbing Volume.

To complete this course, the student must have the IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles book published by the International Code Council (ICC), 2015.  The book is provided with your registration.

This eight-hour course serves as an overview of the fundamental knowledge necessary to administer and enforce the plumbing code.  Design professionals, contractors, plans examiners and inspectors attending this course will review the code provisions and underlying scientific principles addressed in this chapter of the FBC Plumbing Volume.

To complete this course, the student must have the IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles book published by the International Code Council (ICC), 2015.  The book is provided with your registration.

This one-hour online course is designed to help the inspector and plans examiner become familiar with the terminology and specific definitions that are commonly used in the Plumbing Code.  This course does not provide CEU credit at this time.

This course will help the participant improve verbal and written communication skills when interacting with customers, peers, supervisors and the public. This course is required for Electrical Cross Training Programs.

NUMBER OF CONTINUING EDUCATION HOURS:  One (1) Hour presented as online self-paced instruction

COURSE GOAL:  This course will familiarize the student with the twelve tables found in Chapter 9 of the National Electrical Code, including the application and use of each table.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

After completion, the student will be better able to:

·      Describe the background and use of the tables in Chapter 9

·      Describe the need for conversion between standard and metric measurements

·      Identify the use of each of the twelve tables in Chapter 9


Electrical hazards generated by installation errors, danger of contact with electrical energy, conditions affecting severity of injury, electrical urns, thermal contact burns, safety protocol and standards.  This course comments on the philosophy of safety, avoiding electrical injury during inspections, specific electrical job site hazards, and the use of established procedures and standards to mitigate dangerous conditions.