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Course Details & Registration Information

Course
Law and Administration
Name
SEF-3001E4
Overall Quality of This Course
★★★★★
Based on 122 student surveys.
Available Classes
Not currently offered.
Description Course Outline Requirements Intended Audience More Details
Intended Audience
Fire, Mechanical, Plumbing, Building and Electrical Inspectors; City, County and State Officials
Description
This course offers an overview of North Carolina's building regulation system for building, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and fire prevention code enforcement officials. It includes the structure of federal, state, and local governments; history of the NC Building Code; relevant NC statutes; and the enforcement responsibilities of local inspection departments. Course standards are set by the NC Code Officials Qualification Board and administered by the Engineering and Codes Division of the NC Department of Insurance/Office of State Fire Marshal.
Course Objectives
  1. ...understand the structure and requirements of North Carolina Code Enforcement.
  2. ....be able to determine the legality and administrative aspects of code compliance when evaluating applications for permits, performing site inspections and/or conducting plan reviews.
Outline of Instruction
  1. Building Code History
  2. Building Code Council
  3. North Carolina Department Of Insurance
  4. North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board
  5. Duties and Responsibilities of Inspection Departments
  6. Permits
  7. Inspections
  8. Search Warrants and Trespass
  9. Administrative Remedies to Correct Actions
  10. Legal Action for Code Enforcement
  11. Records
  12. Inspector as a Public Official
  13. Legal Constraints of the Code Enforcement Official
Contact Hours
15
CEU's
1.5
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 course, students will understand the structure and requirements of North Carolina Code Enforcement.
  2. Code Enforcement Officials (CEOs) holding Probationary and Standard Certificates issued by the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board (NCCOQB) will be able to determine the legality and administrative aspects of code compliance when evaluating applications for permits, performing site inspections and/or conducting plan reviews.
  3. 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 State Licensing Exams.
CE to CU Articulation
No
Prerequisites
None
Text and Supplies Needed
2012 Administrative Code & Policies
or the then most current version
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
Fire, Mechanical, Plumbing, Building and Electrical Inspectors; City, County and State Officials
Specific Industry or Business Support Needs
Fire, Mechanical, Plumbing, Electrical and Building Inspectors
Wake County Need for Industry Positions
Yes
Industry or Job Titles Related to training Outcomes for Employment
  • Building Inspector
  • Electrical Inspector
  • Plumbing Inspector
  • Mechanical Inspector
  • Fire Inspector
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  • Mechanical Standard Inspection Level I - COD-3130A3
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Course Contact Information
Vocational Training Department
919-866-7221