NJ UCC 2022 Course

Updated Uniform Construction Code class for 2022

2 credit hours

Description

This course satisfies the NJ State Licensing RENEWAL Requirement for 2 hours of training in the Uniform Construction Code for Fire Alarm, Burglar Alarm and Locksmith Licensees.  The course explains the relationship to adopted standards, an overview of the permit and inspection process and the responsibility of the Fire Alarm, Burglar Alarm and Locksmith contractor relative to all these requirements. 

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Who Should Take It

This is a required course for all licensees in order to RENEW
All Applicants for a NJ License are required to take this course
Employees who will work without direct (in-person) supervision of a licensee
Anyone responsible for completing or filing construction permit applications
Anyone with responsibility for Installing, servicing, designing, selling, managing or supervising installation work

What Is Covered

  • Complying with construction codes
  • Permit and inspection process overview
  • Identify adopted installation standards and codes
  • Code official contact information throughout the state
  • Code update process so you know you are following the current code

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NJ UCC 2022 Course

Updated Uniform Construction Code class for 2022

2 credit hours

Description

This course satisfies the NJ State Licensing RENEWAL Requirement for 2 hours of training in the Uniform Construction Code for Fire Alarm, Burglar Alarm and Locksmith Licensees.  The course explains the relationship to adopted standards, an overview of the permit and inspection process and the responsibility of the Fire Alarm, Burglar Alarm and Locksmith contractor relative to all these requirements. 

Applicable In

Who Should Take It

This is a required course for all licensees in order to RENEW
All Applicants for a NJ License are required to take this course
Employees who will work without direct (in-person) supervision of a licensee
Anyone responsible for completing or filing construction permit applications
Anyone with responsibility for Installing, servicing, designing, selling, managing or supervising installation work

What Is Covered

  • Complying with construction codes
  • Permit and inspection process overview
  • Identify adopted installation standards and codes
  • Code official contact information throughout the state
  • Code update process so you know you are following the current code

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Reviews

4.9 out of 5.0 21 Reviews

David M

INFORMATIVE

Louis Monaco M

Great class but an even better instructor

Jordan P

Extremely informative and current to today's alarm installer environment.

James M

well prepared lesson with important interaction

Denise N

Very informative

Ricardo K

Learned a lot wish i had the class one day earlier

Jack R

Really good class as always with Bob!

Derek B

Updated material was good.

William W

Excellent Class, instructor is always well prepared and on point.

Paul G

Great class material

Patrick M

Great as always!

Chris I

Class is very informative, Robert is a great teacher!

Hector R

Very informative and a good pace.

Roy B

Very informative class. Gained some important knowledge on current codes and regulations.

David D

good review class

Dan C

Excellent learning experience

Jim W

Very informative information

Robert M

Very informative

Robert B

Class was well prepared and revalant

Ed M

very good

Michael R

Great

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