Official ICC International Code Council Curriculum developed by the ICC Training and Education Department. Two Day class in which attendees will learn how to apply the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code and how to increase and ensure that energy efficiency is built in during the construction of new buildings and during alterations to existing buildings. Residential, Multi-Family, Commercial, and Mixed Use buildings will all be covered. The course will provide an overview of the critical concepts included in the 2012 IECC. By learning and understanding these concepts, attendees will be provided the knowledge base needed for the correct use of the code in the design, plan review, inspection and analysis of projects. Also, the course will provide a clear understanding of the requirements identified in the basic code provisions, tables, and categorizations within the 2012 IECC. Participants will also be able to apply the code in clear-cut situations and to build their understanding of the intent of the code when asked to make code compliance decisions. This course trains and prepares the attendees to take the ICC Energy Certification test with ICC’s testing provider. All attendees will receive a 2012 IECC Codebook and a Course Workbook for use during and after the class. The training will be offered by Terry A Collins, Abaci Energy Efficiency. This training will only offered to 2013 RESNET Conference attendees. To register click on 2013 RESNET Conference There is a registration fee for this pre-conference training. Click on http://2012iecc-orlando.eventbrite.com/ to register for the training. The 2013.RESNET Building Performance Conference is a not-to-miss event.