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Uniform Construction Code Courses Offered at Union County College

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CRANFORD – The Office of Continuing Education at Union County College is offering Uniform Construction Code courses this semester for individuals interested in construction and licensure.  These programs have been approved by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs.

The Electrical Inspector H.H.S. course is 45 hours in length and covers course system design, electrical service design and sizing, branch circuit and feeder design, appliance and motor circuits, plan review and field inspection, systematic plans analysis, material requirements, installation methods, basic inspection, report writing, violation notices, inspection and recordkeeping, Uniform Construction Code organization and content, and electrical subcode. Successful completion of the Electrical Inspector I.C.S. course is the required prerequisite. This program will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from July 10 through August 28 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm.  The cost of the program is $525.

The Subcode Official course will be offered for the first time this summer as a hybrid program with classes both in-person and online. In this course, students will learn the duties of the Subcode Official as they pertain to administration and legal aspects of the code enforcement including reviewing construction documents and building plans for subcode compliance. As a prerequisite, students must already have a technical license (i.e., R.C.S., I.C.S., and H.H.S.). The in-person classes will be held on Monday, July 16 and Wednesday, September 6 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.  All other sessions will be held online utilizing the Canvas learning platform.

For more information on these classes, please view the Continuing Education brochure online at www.ucc.edu/continuing-education/current-catalog. To enroll online through Instant Enrollment, go to www.ucc.edu/continuing-education/instant-enrollment. One can also enroll by calling the Office of Continuing Education at (908) 709-7600 or by visiting the office on the Cranford campus.

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