2021 Off-site Construction - ICC/MBI Standards 1200 and 1205 (Online Self-Paced)

Item #: 1953ONL01
Price: $79.00
Member Price: $79.00
Member Savings: $0.00
Format: Online Self-Paced
Duration: 1.00
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The use of off-site construction is growing as the building industry works to address key challenges of affordability, sustainability, quality and a limited workforce. ICC/MBI Standards 1200 and 1205 address off-site construction, providing requirements for the planning, design, fabrication and assembly, and inspection and regulatory compliance respectively. The standards cover all off-site construction types including volumetric modular and panelized systems with the exception of manufactured housing. This course walks through the content of the standards providing a review of the technical requirements including the roles and responsibilities of designers, manufacturers, code officials and third-party plan review and inspection agencies.

The following publications are recommended to ensure success in the course:
  • Recommended - 2021 ICC/MBI 1200
  • Recommended - 2021 ICC/MBI 1205

Credential of Learning Achievement This course can be applied towards the Credential of Learning Achievement (CLA) in Off-site Construction. The CLA in Off-site Construction is a means for individuals to be recognized for their knowledge through comprehensive training activities and successful completion of an assessment. Through achieving this CLA, Off-site Construction, individuals should be able to apply their knowledge and skills to applicable Off-site Construction codes and standards enforcement of modular and Off-site projects. The assessment for this CLA is offered through Proctored Remote Online Testing Option (PRONTO).

To learn more about the CLA program at the ICC, visit CLA Program

More Information
  • Outline some of the current challenges faced by off-site construction and how those challenges can be addressed.
  • Identify key additional resources that the Code Council has developed or is developing to further support the effective deployment of off-site construction.
  • Discuss the key areas of the standards for both the ICC/MBI 1200 and 1205 standards.
  • Identify different types off-site construction.
  • List why off-site construction is gaining increased interest and what building industry and societal challenges can off-site help address.
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