Career Y Development Schedule - Connecticut

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January—June2021Revised 11/24/2020Office of Education and Data ManagementDepartment of Administrative ServicesSPRINGBecause the threat of the Covid-19 pandemicdoesn’t appear to be dissipating any time soon,the Office of Education and Data Management(OEDM) is offering all Spring 2021 Career Development classes online. This is for your safety and thesafety of our instructors and staff. As soon as thepandemic passes, OEDM will resume hosting livecareer development classes in addition to our onlineofferings.Each three-hour Webinar Series will be brokendown into digestible one-hour sessions, eachsession will be offered one morning and one evening.CareerDevelopmentScheduleYou can choose the time of day that’s best for you;mix morning and evening sessions if you like. Eachwebinar session attended will be worth one CEU.You’ll have to register at [email protected] to two business days before the training.Email your name, ETC number (first three letters ofyour last name, last four digits of your social securitynumber) and title(s) of the webinar series you wish toattend.Handouts and schedule changes will be posted onour website.Spring 2021 Career Development ScheduleMorning Webinar Series—IEBC and Application Challenges/Joe VersteegW, January 69 am - 10 am Session 1: Using the IEBC to Achieve Code ComplianceW, January 139 am - 10 am Session 2: Inspections for Minimum Safeguard RequirementsW, January 209 am - 10 am Session 3: Compliance Challenges and Case StudiesEvening Webinar Series—IEBC and Application Challenges/Joe VersteegM, January 46 pm - 7 pm Session 2: Inspections for Minimum Safeguard RequirementsM, January 256 pm - 7 pm Session 3: Compliance Challenges and Case StudiesMorning Webinar Series—Fire Code Requirements for Educational Occupancies /Brad CroninT, January 59 am - 10 am Session 1: Egress in Educational OccupanciesT, January 129 am - 10 am Session 2: Furnishings, Decorations and Interior Finishes in SchoolsT, January 199 am - 10 am Session 3: Drills, Plans and Preparedness in SchoolsEvening Webinar Series— Fire Code Requirements for Educational Occupancies /Brad Cronin6 pm - 7 pm Session 2: Furnishings, Decorations and Interior Finishes in SchoolsTh, January 216 pm - 7 pm Session 3: Drills, Plans and Preparedness in SchoolsMorning Webinar Series—2018 IPC and IMC Significant Changes/William LussierFireBuilding9 am - 10 am Session 1: Plumbing Code ChangesW, February 109 am - 10 am Session 2: Mechanical Code ChangesW, February 179 am - 10 am Session 3: General Material and Connecticut Code AmendmentsEvening Webinar Series—2018 IPC and IMC Significant Changes/William LussierM, February 16 pm - 7 pm Session 1: Plumbing Code ChangesM, February 86 pm - 7 pm Session 2: Mechanical Code ChangesM, February 22Fire6 pm - 7 pm Session 1: Egress in Educational OccupanciesTh, January 14W, February 3Both6 pm - 7 pm Session 1: Using the IEBC to Achieve Code ComplianceM, January 11Th, January 7BothBuilding6 pm - 7 pm Session 3: General Material and Connecticut Code Amendments1

Spring 2021 Career Development Schedule continuedMorning Webinar Series—NFPA 25 - Maintenance, Testing and Inspection of Sprinkler Systems/Brad CroninT, February 99 am - 10 am Session 1: Introduction to NFPA 25 Scope, Purpose and DefinitionsFireT, February 169 am - 10 am Session 2: Summary of Sprinkler System Inspection, Testing and MaintenanceT, February 239 am - 10 am Session 3: Identification of Impairments, Critical Deficiencies and Noncritical DeficienciesEvening Webinar Series—NFPA 25 - Maintenance, Testing and Inspection of Sprinkler Systems/Brad CroninTh, February 116 pm - 7 pm Session 1: Introduction to NFPA 25 Scope, Purpose and DefinitionsFireTh, February 186 pm - 7 pm Session 2: Summary of Sprinkler System Inspection, Testing and MaintenanceTh, February 256 pm - 7 pm Session 3: Identification of Impairments, Critical Deficiencies and Noncritical DeficienciesMorning Webinar Series—Electrical Code Series Training for Inspectors/Sal CentatiempoW, March 39 am - 10 am Session 1: Ground Fault Devices ScopeW, March 109 am - 10 am Session 2: Wiring Methods ScopeW, March 179 am - 10 am Session 3: Disconnects ScopeEvening Webinar Series—Electrical Code Series Training for Inspectors/Sal CentatiempoM, March 16 pm - 7 pm Session 1: Ground Fault Devices ScopeM, March 86 pm - 7 pm Session 2: Wiring Methods ScopeM, March 15T, March 16Building6 pm - 7 pm Session 3: Disconnects ScopeMorning Webinar Series—Fireworks/Paul MakucT, March 29 am - 10 am Session 1: Consumer FireworksT, March 9BuildingFire9 am - 10 am Session 2: Commercial Fireworks9 am - 10 am Session 3: Illegal FireworksEvening Webinar Series—Fireworks/Paul MakucTh, March 46 pm - 7 pm Session 1: Consumer FireworksTh, March 116 pm - 7 pm Session 2: Commercial FireworksTh, March 186 pm - 7 pm Session 3: Illegal FireworksFireMorning Webinar Series—Swimming Pools/Gregory GrewBuildingW, April 79 am - 10 am Session 1: Applicable Codes and StandardsW, April 149 am - 10 am Session 2: Swimming Pool Barrier and Entrapment Protection RequirementsW, April 219 am - 10 am Session 3: Permit Review and InspectionEvening Webinar Series—Swimming Pools/Gregory GrewBuildingM, April 56 pm - 7 pm Session 1: Applicable Codes and StandardsM, April 126 pm - 7 pm Session 2: Swimming Pool Barrier and Entrapment Protection RequirementsM, April 196 pm - 7 pm Session 3: Permit Review and InspectionMorning Webinar Series—Legal Liability for Building and Fire Officials/Ray WalkerBothT, April 69 am - 10 am Session 1: Issues of General Liabilities and DefenseT, April 139 am - 10 am Session 2: Immunity and Working Within the Scope of State Statutes and RegulationsT, April 209 am - 10 am Session 3: Report Writing and Preparation for Court TestimonyEvening Webinar Series—Legal Liability for Building and Fire Officials/Ray WalkerTh, April 86 pm - 7 pm Session 1: Issues of General Liabilities and DefenseTh, April 15Th, April 226 pm - 7 pm Session 2: Immunity and Working Within the Scope of State Statutes and Regulations6 pm - 7 pm Session 3: Report Writing and Preparation for Court TestimonyMorning Webinar Series—Evaluation of Substantial Damage and Substantial Improvement /Doug Colter & Tony CinicolaW, May 5BothBuilding9 am - 10 am Session 1: Substantial DamageW, May 129 am - 10 am Session 2: Substantial ImprovementW, May 199 am - 10 am Session 3: Common Questions and Case Studies of Storm Aftermath2

Spring 2021 Career Development Schedule continuedEvening Webinar Series—Evaluation of Substantial Damage and Substantial Improvement /Doug Colter & Tony CinicolaM, May 36 pm - 7 pm Session 1: Substantial DamageM, May 106 pm - 7 pm Session 2: Substantial ImprovementM, May 176 pm - 7 pm Session 3: Common Questions and Case Studies of Storm AftermathMorning Webinar Series—Food Trucks and Commercial Cooking/Dave BeaudinT, May 49 am - 10 am Session 1: Food Truck LP Requirements and Best PracticesT, May 119 am - 10 am Session 2: Commercial Cooking Types and Fuel SourcesT, May 189 am - 10 am Session 3: Inspection of Extinguishing SystemsEvening Webinar Series—Food Trucks and Commercial Cooking/Dave BeaudinTh, May 66 pm - 7 pm Session 1: Food Truck LP Requirements and Best PracticesTh, May 136 pm - 7 pm Session 2: Commercial Cooking Types and Fuel SourcesTh, May 206 pm - 7 pm Session 3: Inspection of Extinguishing s—AccessibilityRequirementsUnder theFire Code/MikeSinsigalliEveningElectricalCode WorkshopSeries/SalCentatiempoT, June 19 am - 10 am Session 1: The Accessible Means of EgressT, June 89 am - 10 am Session 2: Accessibility Requirements for Fire Alarm SystemsT, June 15W, June 29 am - 10 am Session 1: Differences Between Vapor Retarders and Air BarriersW, June 99 am - 10 am Session 2: Air Barrier Requirements—Commercial and ResidentialFireBuildingFireFireBuilding9 am - 10 am Session 3: Vapor Retarder Requirements—Commercial and ResidentialEvening Webinar Series—Vapor Retarders, Air Barriers and the Connecticut Code Requirements/Mike DeWeinM, June 76 pm - 7 pm Session 1: Differences Between Vapor Retarders and Air BarriersM, June 14Fire6 pm - 7 pm Session 2: Accessibility Requirements for Fire Alarm SystemsTh, June 176 pm - 7 pm Session 3: Getting Your Message OutEveninga SystematicExaminationthe Fire ctingSeries—Vapor Retarders,Air Barriersand theofConnecticutCode Requirements/MikeDeWeinW, June 16Fire9 am - 10 am Session 3: Getting Your Message OutEvening Webinar Series—Accessibility Requirements Under the Fire Code/Mike SinsigalliTh, June 36 pm - 7 pm Session 1: The Accessible Means of EgressTh, June 10BuildingBuilding6 pm - 7 pm Session 2: Air Barrier Requirements—Commercial and ResidentialM, June 216 pm of- 7Egress/Michaelpm Session 3: SinsigalliVapor Retarder Requirements—Commercial and ResidentialEvening WebinarSeries—MeansFireSpring 2021 Career Development Seminar ContentJanuaryIEBC and Application ChallengesThis series will cover the appropriate use of the IEBC portion ofthe Connecticut State Building Code.Session 1: Using the IEBC to Achieve Code ComplianceThe first session will cover how the IEBC provides flexibility topermit the use of alternate method to achieve compliance withthe building code minimum requirements.Session 2: Inspections for Minimum Safeguard RequirementsThe second session will cover the inspection of the minimumsafeguard requirements associated with repairs, alterations,changes of occupancy, additions and relocations of existingbuildings.Session 3: Compliance Challenges and Case StudiesThe third session will include discussions on compliance challenges and a case study when the IEBC is used for buildingsundergoing changes. Joseph H. Versteeg, Principal, VersteegAssociates, LLC, Code Compliance & Life Safety SpecialistsFire Code Requirements for Educational OccupanciesThis seminar will focus on fire code requirements associatedwith Educational Occupancies in the Connecticut Fire Codes.Session 1: Egress in Educational OccupanciesThe first session will cover some of the egress requirements ofthe fire and life safety codes and specific areas that are typically problematic in educational occupancies.Session 2: Furnishings, Decorations and Interior Finishes in SchoolsThe second session will cover the requirements for furnishings,decorations, and interior finish that reside in the fire and lifecodes with a focus on the unique nature of schools.Session 3: Drills, Plans and Preparedness in SchoolsThe third session will discuss the requirements of the fire andlife safety codes as they relate to schools. Also covered is3

Spring 2021 Career Development Seminar Content continuedproperly planning for emergencies and intervals for practicingthe plan. Brad Cronin, V.P. Fire Protection, Strategic Code SolutionsFebruary2018 IPC and IMC Significant ChangesThis seminar will cover the significant changes made to theInternational Plumbing Code and International MechanicalCode between the 2015 and 2018 editions.Session 1: Plumbing Code ChangesThe first session will review the significant changes made to theInternational Plumbing Code.Session 2: Mechanical Code ChangesThe second session will review the significant changes made tothe International Mechanical Code.Session 3: General Material and Connecticut Code AmendmentsThe third session will include a discussion on general materialscovered within each code along with the proposed Connecticutcode amendments. William Lussier, Building Trainer, DAS Officeof Education and Data ManagementNFPA 25—Maintenance,Testing and Inspection of Sprinkler SystemsThis seminar series is designed to enable attendees to identifyand apply the code provisions pertaining to the maintenance,testing and inspections of Sprinkler Systems. Attendees will bepresented with information to help them oversee testing andinspections of new and existing installations.Session 1: Introduction to NFPA 25 Scope, Purpose and DefinitionsThe first session will cover the legal path to access and theorganization of NFPA 25 along with the basic introduction tothe scope, purpose and important definitions.Session 2: Summary of SprinklerSystem Inspection, Testing and MaintenanceThe second session will summarize the different types of sprinkler systems and the requirements for periodic maintenance,testing and inspections.Session 3: Identification of Impairments,Critical Deficiencies and Noncritical DeficienciesThe third session will cover the identification of impairments withina sprinkler system and what are critical and non-critical deficiencies. Brad Cronin, V.P. Fire Protection, Strategic Code SolutionsMarchElectrical Code Series Training for InspectorsThis electrical seminar series will cover ground faults, wiringmethods and disconnects requirements within the NationalElectrical Code.Session 1: Ground Fault Devices ScopeThe first session will cover residential and commercial applications, specific locations and product type devices based onvoltage and amperage limitations. Differences between GFCI'sand GFPE’s and other ground fault devices will be included.Session 2: Wiring Methods ScopeThe second session will cover NEC Chapter 3 wiring, includinginsulation types and amperage ratings, permitted methods inspecific occupancies, location limitations for specific types ofproducts, and how to derate conductors for proper sizing of loads.Session 3: Disconnects ScopeThe third session will cover switches used for disconnectingenergy to equipment for safe operations, how to determinewhich type and location, locking requirements, permitted typesof enclosures for the environment and SCCR calculations forcircuit performance. Sal Cenatiempo, Continuing ElectricalNeeds Association, LLCFireworksSession 1: Consumer FireworksThe first session will cover the definition, regulations, sales anduse of consumer grade fireworks. Inspections of occupanciesused for the sales and storage of fireworks with be reviewed.Session 2: Commercial FireworksThe se