The Kentucky Department of Housing, Buildings & Construction/Division of Building Code Enforcement accepts the ICC’s building inspector certification examinations as an equivalent to the NCPCCI exams.
Once certification is obtained, there are specific continuing education requirements that must be met annually. CAAK works with the Kentucky Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction to offer three-day, bi-annual training conferences, and 10 to 12 days of residential code training across Kentucky each year. Please find details regarding upcoming events below.
2021 Winter One-day Residential Code Training
Participants gain insight and checklists that identify specific issues evaluated during the one- and two-family dwelling inspection process. One-day training sessions will be offered on March 2, 4 and 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST.
This one-day presentation, conducted in a virtual classroom, provides the code user with the fundamental knowledge necessary to design, administer and enforce applicable code requirements from the 2015 IRC (base document for the 2018 KRC), which apply to foundation design and construction through final inspection. Specifically, this presentation provides participants with the insight and checklists that identify specific issues evaluated during the one- and two-family dwelling inspection process. This information will provide you the knowledge necessary to determine whether the building materials, design, construction, installation and location of the building components comply with code.
Topics discussed: footings, foundations, concrete slabs, rough-in, decay, floor and ceiling framing, wall and roof framing, sheathing, roof covering and interior/exterior finishes.
This event is proudly sponsored by the Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction. When you talk to a representative from the Department, be sure to thank them for their continued support of CAAK and our educational programs.