SCHEDULED CLASSES (Trades, Levels, Community Colleges, Dates - Data Visualization)
You must successfully complete the Board Standard Certificate course(s) to become eligible to register for the Standard Certificate State examinations.
The NC General Statutes and Board Rules set the requirements for qualifications and certifications.
- 11 NCAC 08 .0706 REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: TYPES AND LEVELS
- § 143-151.13. Required standards and certificates for Code-enforcement officials.
Building, Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing and Residential Changeout code enforcement officials should become familiar with the following:
- Level I course is designed for those who have the primary responsibility for inspecting residential and small commercial work.
- Level II course is for individuals who have the responsibility of inspecting one story buildings up to 60,000 square feet or buildings up to 4 stories at 20,000 square feet per floor.
- Level III course is designed for individuals who have the responsibility of inspecting buildings of all sizes, including buildings larger than 60,000 square feet and higher than four stories.
Residential Changeout Inspector (RCI) Standard Certificate Board course as a FREE Online Self-Study PILOT
The NC Code Officials Qualification Board and NC Department of Insurance, Engineering Division staff are now offering the Residential Changeout Inspector (RCI) Standard Certificate Board course as a FREE Online Self-Study PILOT to meet the unprecedented demand for inspectors. To find out more, view NCCOQB - Careers in Code Enforcement - Residential Changeout Inspector
Fire Prevention code enforcement officials should be familiar with the following:
- Level I Standard Inspection course is designed for the education and training of those who have the responsibility of inspecting existing buildings (excluding highrise) in the following Occupancy Classifications: Business, Small Assembly, Mercantile, Residential, and Storage
- Level II Fire Prevention Standard Inspection course is for individuals who have the responsibility to inspect Large Assembly, Education, and Industrial occupancies, in addition to every occupancy listed under Level I.
- Level III course is for those who must inspect all existing buildings including highrise but, excluding one- and two- family dwellings
The following is a complete list of Standard Certificate Courses currently available in participating North Carolina Community Colleges.
|Course||Minimum Required Class Hours|
|Law and Administration||15|
|Building Level I||48|
|Building Level II||40|
|Building Level III||40|
|Electrical Level I||40|
|Electrical Level II||30|
|Electrical Level III||30|
|Fire Prevention Level I||36|
|Fire Prevention Level II||32|
|Fire Prevention Level III||24|
|Mechanical Level I||32|
|Mechanical Level II||24|
|Mechanical Level III||16|
|Plumbing Level I||32|
|Plumbing Level II||24|
|Plumbing Level III||16|
|Residential Changeout Inspector||40|
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