Our Training Department is opening a new chapter after the recent merger of Winn’s Career Education into our traditional Learning Center, expanding the International Code Council’s ability to serve the combined building safety & construction industries in the U.S. and around the world.  These newly combined capabilities premiered at the 2022 Annual Conference in Louisville when we returned to a full day of highly rated live training across 5 diverse tracks serving hundreds of building safety professionals.

We are reopening opportunities for our members and partners to share their expertise with the broader Code Council community via select training opportunities, which will include:
  • In-Person:  2023 Annual Conference in St. Louis (90-minutes)  NOTE: Submission deadline is April 15, 2023.
  • Online Live:  Learn Live Series (revamped, weekly 60 to 90-minutes)
  • Online Self-Paced:  Strategically Targeted Topics (varying lengths as appropriate)
We are now seeking training proposals focused on educational, technical, and practical topics spanning the entire spectrum of building safety, fire & life safety, administration, enforcement, and construction topics.  Submissions will be evaluated by the Code Council’s Education Committee (appointed by the Board of Directors) as well as key staff leaders from across the Code Council family of solutions.
Submissions should include:
  • An overview and broad outline of the proposed topic
  • A list of objectives for the training (4 minimum)
  • A draft version of the curriculum and related presentation
  • A resume or summary of credentials for the intended presenter(s)
  • Expected length and preferred delivery method
It is important for our ability to assign Continuing Education Units (CEUs) that any proposed topic deliver educational value vs. advertising a specific product or service (even if delivered by a product or service provider).  Most Code Council presenters volunteer their time as an investment in the industry or in exchange for the broad industry exposure, so let us know if your circumstance would require remuneration to proceed.
We are excited to reengage the broader Code Council community in our mutual goal—Building Professional Careers.
Matthew L. Winn
Senior Vice President of Training
International Code Council