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The International Code Council (ICC) is the governing body for commercial and residential construction in the United States. They are the authors of many standards adopted by local and state governments for building construction. Standards such as the International Building Code, International Residential Code and the International Plumbing Code are just a few of the standards created by the ICC.

Additionally, the ICC is the parent body for several technical certifications such as Building Inspectors, Building Code Officials and Special Inspectors. Because of the highly technical nature of certain construction methods the ICC has developed specific certifications for inspectors intimately involved in those disciplines, they are the Special Inspector (SI) certifications.

There are currently seven Special Inspector certifications. They are the Reinforced Concrete SI, Structural Masonry (SI), Structural Steel & Bolting SI, Prestressed Concrete SI, Soils SI, Spray-Applied Fireproofing SI and the Structural Welding SI. These are all very high-level technical certifications which are highly prized within the industry. The rigors to obtain them is challenging but exceptionally rewarding, maintaining them can also be a significant challenge as several hours of continuing education is required from ICC Preferred Providers which have been specifically approved through ICC to provide top tier education to its certification holders.

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ICC CEU Online Courses

Nondestructive Testing (NDT) plays an important role in assuring that structural and mechanical components perform their function in a safe, reliable, and cost-effective manner. NDT technicians perform the necessary tests to locate the indicators and discontinuities that may cause failures or shut downs in such systems. These tests are performed in a manner that does not affect the future usefulness of the object or material – hence, the name “nondestructive.” NDT allows for careful and thorough materials evaluation without the need for deconstruction or damage. NDT is typically used at various points in a part’s life cycle. NDT can be used prior to the use of a component for the sake of quality control. NDT is also employed while components are in use to detect service related conditions caused by wear, fatigue, corrosion, stress, or other factors which affect reliability.

Welding Inspection Fundamentals $399

ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER COURSE # 18854 40 HOURS/4 CEU

This 40-hour course is designed to provide the fundamental knowledge required for welding inspectors.

AWS D1.1 Structural Welding Code Review $399

ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER COURSE # 18855 25 HOURS/2.5 CEU

This 25-hour course is designed to familiarize students with the complexities of AWS D1.1. Geared towards preparing individuals who are attempting to take the CWI exam, D1.1 endorsement or Structural Welding Special Inspector exam.

Fundamentals Welding Processes $199

ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER COURSE # 19021 6 HOURS/0.6 CEU

This short course will provide you 6-hours of instruction on a variety of welding & cutting processes most common to structural steel.

Understanding Welding Joint Geometry $99

ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER COURSE # 19022 3 HOURS/0.3 CEU

This short course will provide you with 3 hours of instruction on the various types of welded connections most commonly used in the structural steel industry. Whether you are a welding inspector, building official or engineer this course will help familiarize you with the complexities of welded connections.

Welding Symbols Fundamentals $99

ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER COURSE # 19023 3 HOURS/0.3 CEU

Welding Symbols can confuse even the most senior welding inspector. This 3 hour short-course will provide you all the knowledge needed for becoming proficient at welding symbology.

Introduction to Welding Metallurgy $199

ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER COURSE # 19024 6 HOURS/0.6 CEU

Sometimes the rules laid forth in welding codes either don’t seem very important or make much sense. Why do we preheat? Why are there exposure rules for low-hydrogen electrodes? Why do we have to wait until the weld cools to inspect? These are all very good questions and the answer is, metallurgy.

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Introduction to Welding Procedures & Welder Qualifications $99

ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER COURSE # 19025 3 HOURS/0.3 CEU

What is a WPS? What is a PQR? Which one comes first? Are we qualifying a WPS or a PQR? This 3hr short course will explain the reasons behind Welding Procedures Specifications and explain why each welding code has different rules for qualification.

Introduction to Visual Welding Inspection $99

ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER COURSE # 19026 3 HOURS/0.3 CEU

AINDT’s Introduction to Visual Welding Inspection is a 3hr short course which will guide you through the required tasks welding inspectors will need to know when conduction inspections.

Welding Defects & Discontinuities $99

ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER COURSE # 19027 3 HOURS/0.3 CEU

Welding Defects & Discontinuities will showcase the various welding defects that an inspector needs to be able to identify and evaluate to different codes and standards. Additionally, we will discuss common welding gauges used to measure these discontinuities as well as common code requirements.

Introduction to Destructive and Nondestructive Examination $199

ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER COURSE # 19028 6 HOURS/0.6 CEU

Many of those involved in the welding industry will be exposed to destructive and nondestructive testing at some point in their career.