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The annual EduCode International educational conference and exposition is the premier event for building professionals who ensure a safe built environment.

EduCode 2021 is March 1-5 at the Orleans Hotel & Casino Conference Center in Las Vegas, NV.

This year, EduCode is proud to able to provide both onsite and virtual training in an effort to reach all individuals if it’s not convenient to travel to Las Vegas. This is a first for EduCode, but we listened to our partners, sponsors and attendees to ensure we always provide what is needed and best suits you, our customers.

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EduCode features specialized courses, including architecture, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, structural, fire protection, code enforcement and leadership topics, that are essential for building design, expanding your skills, and earning and maintaining certifications and other credentials.

IAPMO CLASSES BEING PRESENTED DURING THE VIRTUAL EDUCODE

MARCH 1, 2021:

2018/2021 UMC/IMC Code Changes SESSION 9
CEU: 0.4
Instructor: Tim Collings
Class Format: Virtual
Keep up-to-date on the Uniform Mechanical Code® (UMC®)/
International Mechanical Code® (IMC®) by learning about
the changes from 2018 to the 2021 edition. Each notable
change to the code will be discussed in depth so attendees
see exactly how the code changed, why the code changed,
and what impact it will have on the code enforcement and
installer communities.


2018/2021 UPC/IPC Code Changes SESSION 10
CEU: 0.4
Instructor: Tim Collings
Class Format: Virtual
Keep up-to-date on the Uniform Plumbing Code® (UPC®)/
International Plumbing Code® (IPC®) by learning about
the changes from 2018 to the 2021 edition. Each notable
change to the code will be discussed in depth so attendees
see exactly how the code changed, why the code changed,
and what impact it will have on the code enforcement and
installer communities.

MARCH 2, 2021:

2018/2021 UPC/IPC Workshop SESSION 26
CEU: 0.4
Instructor: Tim Collings
Class Format: Virtual
Apply your code knowledge and expertise in this dynamic, hands on workshop. Attendees will examine drawings of plumbing
systems and installations for code violations in a cooperative
and collaborative environment with their peers. Each drawing is
designed to challenge attendees on parts of the code that are
frequently misunderstood or in frequent violation. Attendees will
work in groups during the workshop exercise and their findings,
as well as those presented by the instructor, will be shared with
the rest of the attendees for a robust learning experience.


2018/2021 UMC/IMC Workshop SESSION 27
CEU: 0.4
Instructor: Tim Collings
Class Format: Virtual
Apply your code knowledge and expertise in this dynamic, hands on workshop. Attendees will examine drawings of mechanical
systems and installations for code violations in a cooperative
and collaborative environment with their peers. Each drawing is
designed to challenge attendees on parts of the code that are
frequently misunderstood or in frequent violation. Attendees will
work in groups during the workshop exercise and their findings,
as well as those presented by the instructor, will be shared with
the rest of the attendees for a robust learning experience.

MARCH 3, 2021:

2018/2021 UPC/IPC, UMC/IMC SESSION 42
Combination Inspections
CEU: 0.8
Instructor: Tim Collings
Class Format: Virtual
With the increasing budgetary and staffing restraints being
experienced on code enforcement departments across the
country, more and more jurisdictions are having to rely on
performing combination inspections rather having dedicated
inspectors for each trade. This seminar is designed to
provide the inspection and code basics for combination
inspectors who find themselves inspecting plumbing and
mechanical systems but have a background in another
trade. The basics of the UPC and UMC will be discussed and
organized in a manner that assists combination inspectors in
understanding and enforcing these codes.

MARCH 4, 2021:

Indoor Cannabis Cultivation Facilities SESSION 57
CEU: 0.8
Instructor: Jeff Hutcher
Class Format: Virtual
This full day seminar covers plumbing, mechanical, building,
fire, energy, state regulations, and limited electrical codes.
The class also covers the growing process, from propagation
to flowering and will help cultivators, regulators, architects,
designers and engineers make sense of the myriad of
regulations and special processes used in cultivation. We’ll
also cover new technologies for cultivation. Many mistakes
are made from design deficiencies that may be code
compliant but make cultivation difficult. We’ll cover how to
avoid the mistakes that currently plague the industry.

MARCH 5, 2021:

Health Risk of Improper Plumbing SESSION 72
CEU: 0.8
Instructor: Jeff Hutcher
Class Format: Virtual
This presentation discusses the potential health and safety
risks associate with improper plumbing installation, fixtures,
and maintenance. Specifically covered in this program are
the potential hazards of scalding as well as the major health
concerns regarding the proliferation and spreading of SARS
and Legionella.


UPC Grease Interceptors, Emphasis SESSION 73
on Hydro-mechanical Interceptors
CEU: 0.8
Instructor: Jeff Hutcher
Class Format: Virtual
This class will focus more on Hydro-mechanical Grease
Interceptor installation and sizing per Section 1014,
2018/2021 UPC. This is a great class for Contractors,
Engineers, Plans Examiners and Inspectors who will install,
design, review and inspect hydro-mechanical grease
interceptors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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