To comply with Federal and State directives, all trainings have been cancelled through at least 4/30 and we expect that that date may be extended. To help offset the immediate lack of training opportunities, PCCA will be offering remote delivery of the following continuing education programs that were originally scheduled as classroom trainings. To simulate the classroom training as closely as possible, trainers will use a variety of audience engagement techniques. Students will be able to see the instructor and other students via webcam, ask questions orally using the audio function, and participate in a variety of polls, discussions, and test your-knowledge questions. Each hour will include a 10-minute break for audience members to stretch their legs, use the restroom, hydrate, and caffeinate. Attendees who take and pass a brief quiz will be emailed a certificate of attendance.
Process makes perfect. Technical knowledge of building science and energy efficiency is important but having a process for design, construction, and inspections is at least as important for creating affordable, comfortable, energy-efficient buildings. In today’s hectic work environment and without a clear process, few people can ensure important energy code details have been incorporated into construction documents or installed in the field.
This half-day training will provide a strategy for compliance and enforcement of 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), including obtaining or including required details on construction documents, initiating required inspections, and verifying compliance of new systems commissioning requirements. This program will emphasize commercial mechanical system plan reviews and how the energy code applies to projects involving existing buildings.
Attendees will be able to…
- Implement improvements to their current documentation, plan review, and inspection process to improve compliance with the energy code without taking a lot of time.
- Perform an energy code review of simple HVAC system plans and equipment schedules.
- Determine when lighting and mechanical system commissioning is required and develop a mechanism for enforcement.
- Understand how the energy code applies to common projects involving existing commercial buildings.
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
$0 - *PLEASE NOTE- IF YOU’RE UNABLE TO ATTEND PLEASE CONTACT US TO CANCEL ASAP AS THESE CLASSES ARE CAPPED AND OTHERS ARE NOT ABLE TO REGISTER. YOU WILL BE INVOICED $35 FOR A NO SHOW.
3 UCC continuing education credit hours awarded