Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Updates to the 2018 International Fire Code
On Day One, Instructor Traci Harvey will guide us through the updates that will be seen in the 2018 International Fire Code. This course will focus on the most important changes to the fire/life/safety codes in the 2018 IFC. WA ST Amendments will be included in the course content. If time allows, course content may delve into fire code topics beyond the updates. This course will benefit fire officials, building officials, design professionals and builders. Attendees are encouraged to participate in discussion and Q & A.
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Significant changes to the 2018 International Building Code
For Day Two, Instructor Roger Axel will lead us through a review and analysis of the coming changes in the 2018 International Building Code. This course will familiarize the attendee with the significant changes in code requirements and the applicability of these requirements to design, plan review and inspection. The use of illustrations and examples will complement the code text for accurate application of the changes. Participation in discussion and Q & A is encouraged.
Thursday, March 12, 2020
Significant changes to the International Residential Code
On Day Three, Roger Axel will once again lead us in an in-depth look at the code updates to the 2018 International Residential Code. This course will cover the background behind many of the changes and will provide the participant with an understanding of the intent of the changes. Extensive use of topical photographs are included in the presentation to help attendees visualize the code provisions discussed. Attendees are encouraged to participate in course discussion and Q & A.
Friday, March 13, 2020
Updates to the International Mechanical Code & Uniform Plumbing Code
On Day Four, Instructor Steve Hart will cover all the new changes that will be seen in the 2018 IMC and the 2018 UPC for both commercial and residential applications. This course will be very interactive and will include the extensive use of topical photographs and modeling to help attendees visualize and discuss the changes coming in these two code disciplines. Be prepared for a lot of information to be packed into this course. Participation in discussion and Q & A is encouraged
Course Materials – You will receive a printed copy of each day’s course materials as you sign in each morning.
Daily Sessions begin at 8:30 a.m. and conclude around 4:30 p.m. depending on course content.
Continuing Education Credits – 0.7 CEU’s will be awarded for each completed daily session.
Accommodations – When making reservations at the Enzian Inn, please refer to group number 9776 to receive the group rate. Room costs start at $136.13 which includes tax and include a full Bavarian style breakfast in the 4th floor atrium. Contact the Enzian Inn at 1-800-223-8511 or www.enzianinn.com. For alternative accommodations check out Leavenworth’s website at www.leavenworth.org.