Total Credits: 1 including 1 Minnesota Residential Building Contractor, 1 Minnesota Building Official
This course is a refresher course on the Administrative Provisions, also referred to as Chapter 1, of the 2020 Minnesota Residential Code.
The purpose of the administrative provisions of the code is to regulate the design, construction, addition, alteration, repair, use and location of detached one- and two-family dwellings, townhouses and their accessory structures.Course Outline
"Well designed and presented. Learned a lot about the process of permit applications. I enjoyed the clear discussion and analogy of terms." Matthew Esler, Esler Construction
"Very informative. Clear and concise." Del Krusenstjerna, Shaw / Stewart Lumber Co.
"Very well done course." Jon Buyck, Buyck Construction Services LLC
"This course was informative." Chris Greiner, Greiner Bros.
In order to receive continuing education credit(s), you will need to take a 10-question quiz after each hour of the course. To pass each quiz, you will need to achieve a score of 70% or higher. If you are unsuccessful, you will have an opportunity to repeat the quiz. Once you have successfully completed the course, you can download your continuing education certificate(s) showing the credit(s) that you have earned.
This course has been approved for one hour of MN residential contractor, remodeler, and building official continuing education by the Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry.
If you are eligible to receive continuing education credits, your information will be electronically reported to the appropriate agency within 3 business days of course completion.
Your online course is accessible 24/7. The course will be available to you for 180 days from purchase date.
Questions and comments related to the curriculum for this course may be submitted to the instructor at email@example.com.
|Administrative Provisions of the Code Handout (1.7 MB)||12 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Peter, owner of Green Code Knowledge, has three decades of experience in the construction and building code industry as a building inspector, author, educator and expert in residential building codes, energy codes and green building practices. His experience includes working on staff with the International Code Council (ICC), as an instructor with the State of Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI), as a Building Inspector and/or a building plans examiner with multiple municipalities, and in various positions with five residential and commercial construction companies in Minnesota.
Peter is certified by the International Code Council as a Building Inspector, Plans Examiner, and Green Building-Residential; By the State of Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry as a Certified Building Official and Certified Instructor; By the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) as LEED AP Homes.