ICC Residential Energy Inspector (2012)
Approved for 6 ASHI Continuing Education Credits
BPI Recognized for 6 CEU Credits
This course will help you study for the ICC Residential Energy Inspector exam and implement the IECC code. The course covers most of the significant new requirements for the 2012 IECC but is not a substitute for being familiar with the 2012 IECC code book. You can take the course at your own pace, and have 90 days to complete. When finished, we will provide you with information to help you arrange your certification exam.
Register Now ASHI Members: $124 / Reg. $199
Course Package Includes:
- 4 -hours of online multimedia training with video instructor
- Phone and email access to instructors to answer your questions
- 100 practice exam questions
- Our 300% Iron-Clad Success and Satisfaction Guarantee
Proof of ASHI Membership
You must provide proof of your ASHI Membership to take advantage of this specially-priced course package.
Why ICC Accreditation and Certification?
The federal government has determined that all states and municipalities must “at the very least” adopt the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) as their minimum energy code compliance document. Each state must show 90% compliance with the 2009 IECC by the year 2017. There will be a tremendous need for inspectors to make the transition to these codes. The ongoing commitment to the construction of energy efficient buildings will require inspectors that are trained and certified to inspect those buildings.As an IECC code inspector you are qualified to perform inspections on residential and commercial structures and their plan analysis in order to insure the structures comply with the code.
Who Should Take This Course?
- All code officials
- Home Inspectors
- HERS Raters
- Anyone interested in performing energy assessments or gaining knowledge of commercial and/or residential structures
- The history of energy codes and their importance
- The identification of the IECC compliance requirements to ensure:
- Building envelope tightness
- Quality insulation installation
- Notable differences between 2009 & 2012 IECC
- The setup & use of a blower door to measure air leakage in the building envelope
- How to calculate ACH50 & determine whether the home meets the minimum Building Envelope Tightness Limits set forth in the both the 2009 & 2012 IECC
- The setup & use of a duct tester to measure air leakage in the duct system
- How to quantify duct leakage & determine whether the duct system meets the minimum requirements set forth in both the 2009 & 2012 IECC
What is the ICC?
The International Code Council is a member-focused association dedicated to helping the building safety community and construction industry provide safe, sustainable and affordable construction through the development of codes and standards used in the design, building and compliance process. The ICC's International Codes are used throughout the US and in many markets around the world, providing minimum safeguards for people at home, at school and in the workplace.
ICC Exam & Certification Fees
The ICC Residential Energy Inspector Certification Exam, which must be arranged through the International Code Council (ICC), costs approximately $170. Register for exams by visiting Iccsafe.org. There is a fee every two years along with required continuing education hours in order to maintain your certification with the ICC.