Introduction to Off-Site Construction (Self-Paced Free for Members)

Item #: 1952ONL96
Price: $25.00
Member Price: $25.00
Member Savings: $0.00
Format: Online Self-Paced
Duration: 1.00
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Available Seats - Unlimited

Interest in off-site construction is growing as communities and the building industry look to address multiple challenges around housing affordability and availability, access to a skilled workforce, building quality, sustainability, and jobsite safety. However, off-site construction can come in many forms potentially causing confusion on how to design, construct and regulate projects. Regulatory requirements and the roles of participants in the construction process can change based on the type of off-site construction used. This course provides an introduction to off-site construction covering common technologies and processes for both commercial and residential buildings, the key participants in the off-site construction process and the general regulatory approaches used. It is the first in a series of courses on off-site construction. This course is offered for free through the sponsorship of the Modular Building Institute and USG Structural Panels.

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
  • Describe the many forms of off-site construction.
  • Identify key participants in the off-site construction process.
  • Recognize the regulatory processes used in off-site construction.
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