Continuing Education Opportunities

logo w image white background

Utah State University--Moab will be providing CONTINUING EDUCATION in conjunction with the Grand County Building Department throughout the year as live training sessions and webinars.

Please check this page periodically for updates and registration information. Contractors CLICK HERE to be redirected to DOPL's Courses Taken page and enter your license number(s) to check the courses and hours you have completed.
  1. Code Training
  2. Training Archives

2015 IECC Update with ​ Utah State Amendments

Date:  Friday, November 3, 2017           Presented by:  Brent Ursenbach

Course funded by the Utah Office of Energy Development and the U.S. Department of Energy   

Course sponsored by Salt Lake County 

Participants of this course will gain a better understanding of the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code and how the requirements have changed.           
register_buttonTime: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Place: Moab Fire Department, 45 S 100 E, Moab
Fee: $30/person ($10 additional fee to submit each additional license)
CEUs: 8 continuing education units towards contractor and plumbing license

This course will review the commercial and residential 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), including the numerous residential amendments adopted through Utah State House Bill 316 during the recent 2016 legislative session. The course includes a discussion regarding frequent questions and challenges encountered in meeting the requirements of the IECC.

Specific areas of discussion include:
   2015 IECC major changes
   Increased envelope leakage visual inspection and testing requirements
   IECC definition of a residential or commercial building 
   Climate zones
   State amendments
   Compliance options (prescriptive, trade off, and the two new options for performance and  ERI/HER rating)
   Building thermal envelope (insulation, windows and doors, air leakage)
   Mechanical systems
   Renewable energy

This course will be an open format, where discussion is encouraged; questions and comments are welcome.

Bring your questions!