Uncategorized November 23, 2022
This OBOA course explains the theory behind the provisions of the Code governing drainage, ventilation and water systems. Through the exercises contained in this document, it will focus on creating understanding so that the participant can correctly interpret and apply the rules. This course should also help participants identify areas of the COB where additional tuition and education may be required to pass Ministry of Municipal Affairs exams. The areas covered in the instructor-led course are: – Materials and Equipment – Piping – Drainage Systems – Ventilation Systems – Drinking Water Systems – Non-potable Water Systems This course also helps those who want to become familiar with aspects of plumbing engineering – All buildings. The objective of this course is to provide a participant-centered learning environment to: – Review the specific code requirements for plumbing in all buildings, as outlined in the 2012 examination syllabus. – Facilitate the location, understanding and application of code requirements for the remediation of all buildings. – Evaluate the accuracy of how participants apply these code requests to deployed problems. – Propose and justify specific solutions to the code to participants` questions and concerns. By the end of this capstone course, learners will be better able to: – Refer to code requirements that govern plumbing – Determine requirements that apply to specific plumbing systems – Identify gaps in plumbing design and installation – Develop a plumbing inspection action plan – Familiarize yourself with construction plans and plumbing installation drawings This course is designed to: Prepare individuals to take the Ministry of Municipal Affairs Building Qualification Examination, the common element for all MMA qualification areas. There is no exam included in this course. [Visit the Humber College website humber.ca/buildingcodeexams/ to schedule the appropriate exam, including payment of exam fees.] Exam fees may be eligible for the tuition tax credit. A receipt proving your eligible exam fees is available upon request.
Please email us your request and provide the following information: You must register for the Humber College exams. Who is this course for? The Legal Process for Building Managers and Designers course is an introduction to the legal process for all building officials, persons authorized by RCAs and persons considering entering the world of Ontario building regulations. The Legal Process for Building Managers course can also be an excellent training and preparation tool for designers preparing to take the Ministry of Municipal Affairs Legal Qualification Examination. In addition to gaining basic knowledge of the legal process related to building code management, the course is designed to help prepare individuals to take the Ministry of Municipal Affairs Legal Qualification Examination, the common element of all areas of the MMA qualification. While all participants are encouraged to complete the 15 chapters of the course, Chapters 1 to 12 are intended for all code practitioners and Chapters 13 to 15 provide information to building managers, future building managers, inspectors who have the same powers and duties as the chief building official with respect to sewer systems or plumbing. Inspectors who are supervisors and managers of registered inspectors and code organizations. The Legal Process for Building Managers and Designers course is a foundational course for building managers and the law. Course Objectives In addition to explaining the structure of the 2012 Ontario Building Code, linking the Act to the provisions of the Code, and identifying the lead party, the following topics will be covered: – Understanding of the role and legal framework of the Act – Various qualifications and registrations under the Act and the Code – Permit applications and licensing procedure – Exercise of legal entry – Inspection and Compliance Process – the occupation process – cooperation, conflicts and resolution of disputes in accordance with the law – criminal offenses, liability and immunity from claims – changes in use and renovations and – compliance with department B.