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Course Details & Registration Information

Course
Mechanical Standard Inspection Level II
Name
COD-3131A3
Overall Quality of This Course
★★★★★
Based on 30 student surveys.
Available Classes
Not currently offered.
Description Course Outline Requirements Intended Audience More Details
Intended Audience
Contractors, Construction Personnel, Mechanical Inspectors, Utility Personnel, Home Owners, Real Estate Personnel and City, County, and State Personnel
Description
This course builds on the Level I course and is for the Mechanical Level II Code Enforcement Official responsible for inspecting mechanical installations in all types of construction up to 60,000 square feet. The course provides Level I inspectors, homeowners, real estate professionals, construction managers, and planners with an understanding of the North Carolina Mechanical Code and the Fuel Gas Code of the North Carolina State Building Code and how to apply it, where applicable. For those pursuing a career as an Inspector Level ll, this course satisfies one of the requirements for licensure by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board.
Course Objectives
  1. ... understand the structure and requirements of the North Carolina Mechanical Code and the Fuel Gas Code of the North Carolina State Building Code.
  2. ... be able to determine code compliance when evaluating applications for permits, performing site inspections and/or conducting plan reviews when applicable.
Outline of Instruction
  1. Mechanical Code Book
  2. Administration
  3. Definitions
  4. General Regulations
  5. Ventilation
  6. Exhaust Systems
  7. Duct Systems
  8. Specific Appliances
  9. Refrigeration
  10. Hydroponic Piping
  11. Fuel/Gas Code Book
  12. Gas Piping
  13. Chimney Vents
  14. Gaseous Hydrogen Systems
  15. Referenced Standards
  16. Final Exam
Contact Hours
24
CEU's
2.4
Industry Standard, State, or National Certification
Yes
Certification
North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board
Website URL
http://www.ncdoi.com/OSFM/Engineering_and_Codes/Default.aspx?field1=Code_Officials_Qualification_Board_USER&user=Code_Officials_Qualification_Board
Certification Learning Outcomes/Requirements
  1. Upon successful completion of this class and in conjunction with other requirements as set forth by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board, students will be able to sit for the Mechanical Standard Level ll exam.
  2. Upon successfully passing the State exam and by complying to the rules as stated in Section 11 NCAC 08.0706 of the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board Regulations, a standard certificate will be issued.
CE to CU Articulation
No
Prerequisites
None
Text and Supplies Needed
2012 North Carolina Fuel Gas Code
2012 North Carolina Mechanical Code
or then latest versions
Clinical Site/Special Facilities
None
Requirements for Successful Completion of this Course
  1. Attendance 90% or above
  2. Participation
  3. Minimum passing score of 70% on end of course exam
Accreditation/Special Approval Requirements
North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board Accredited School
North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board Approved Coursework
North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board Certified Instructor and
Successful completion of an instructor training workshop conducted by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board
Intended Audience
Contractors, Construction Personnel, Mechanical Inspectors, Utility Personnel, Home Owners, Real Estate Personnel and City, County, and State Personnel
Specific Industry or Business Support Needs
Mechanical Inspector, Home Inspectors, Real Estate Professionals, City, County and State Officials
Wake County Need for Industry Positions
Yes
Industry or Job Titles Related to training Outcomes for Employment
  • Mechanical Inspector
  • Home Inspector
  • Real Estate
  • Planning Departments
  • Public Utilities
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Course Contact Information
Vocational Training Department
919-866-7221