Firestopping Training (Includes 2 Parts)

Item #: 1951CLA533
Price: $310.00
Member Price: $310.00
Member Savings: $0.00
Format: Online Self-Paced
Duration: 8.00
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This self-paced, online course is part of the Credential of Learning Achievement program and it will provide an overview of the key information for Firestopping. Participants will gain an understanding of the importance of firestopping and its role in fire and smoke containment resulting in improved occupant and building safety. Related codes, standards, and testing requirements will be presented as well as plan review, inspection techniques, products, correct product applications, and tips and techniques. Upon completion, you will be equipped with a CLA credential that may be relied upon by building and safety departments, fire departments and by the construction industry to guide communities’ firestopping related plan review, inspection and administration.

Credential of Learning Achievement (CLA). Once completed, this course can be applied towards a Credential of Learning Achievement. The CLA goes beyond traditional training in its measurement of comprehension on the subject matter. It validates the participants willingness to go the extra mile in training and career advancement. The CLA differs from Code Council certifications and education because there is the required components of training/education and assessment on a specific subject matter, it is a different method of obtaining a valuable ICC Credential based on training and testing. If you are interested in applying this course to the CLA program, go to your MyICC and select Credentials in the left menu, then click the CLA tab.

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More Information
  • Discuss why firestopping is important. 
  • Describe what firestopping is and how it works. 
  • Identify the Code requirements for firestopping. 
  • Discuss and demonstrate how to inspect for firestopping.
  • Identify where and why firestopping is required. 
  • Acquire firestopping tips and techniques for Plans Examiners and Inspectors. 
  • Demonstrate the steps for review and inspector of firestop systems. 
  • Review tested and listed systems and discuss the nomenclature.
  • Demonstrate firestop inspection methods. 
  • Discuss firestop maintenance for existing buildings. 
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