Builders: Earn 16 Hours Code Credit in December

Should it be Labeled? Safety Glazing, 2021 IRC & IBC
December 1 | 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | 4 code credit hours | CLICK HERE to register
One of the greatest potential sources for injuries (and the resulting lawsuits) in the built environment is glass subject to human impact loads. This course examines in detail the increasingly complex requirements from the IBC & IRC for glazing in hazardous locations.
COST: KCHBA Members $200 | Non-Members $300

Means of Egress for Residential Dwellings, 2021 IRC
December 1 | 12:30-5:00 p.m. | 4 code credit hours | CLICK HERE to register
A complete and in-depth view of code requirements and best practices for stairways, landings, guards and handrails. Illustrations used represent everyday problems and will serve as the basis for discussion and resolution.
COST: KCHBA Members $200 | Non-Members $300

The Big Energy Push, 2021 IECC & IRC
December 2 | 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. | 8 code credit hours | CLICK HERE to register
This course will address numerous provisions in Chapter 11 of the IRC and IECC addressing requirements applicable to residential construction and inspection. The course is designed for all involved in residential construction for the intended purpose of identifying and discussing challenges facing compliance.
COST: KCHBA Members $400 | Non-Members $600 |
NOT Seeking Code Credit $25; If you are NOT seeking code credit, the KCHBA invites you to learn more about the information provided in this course for the discounted price of $25

Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City (KCHBA)
• 600 E. 103rd St., Kansas City, MO 64131

• Lunch included with registration
Instructor: Russell Thornburg, Thornburg Code Services
• Participants must be present the entire length of the class to earn credit
• Classes offer credit for the following licenses: A, B, C, DW
• Class code credit has been approved through Johnson County Contractor Licensing