Natomas Unified School District approved a $3.7 million state-of-the-art Construction Trades Education center offering 3,000 square feet of shop space and another 1,000 square feet of classrooms to match students’ talents to substantial and much-needed careers.
A former Army logistics officer, Alexander Foskarino is pursuing a career in fire inspection and credits the help of mentors in helping him access his future in serving the public.
The role of a building safety professional is often overshadowed. From code officials and building inspectors to permit technicians and fire marshals, these individuals play a major role in ensuring that all commercial, residential, public assembly and other buildings are constructed safely and in accordance with the most up-to-date building codes.
The Code Council and its partners underscore the value of a well-trained workforce for maintaining a safe built environment.
David Heard, plans reviewer, Forsyth County, Ga., earns the highest level of certification the Code Council offers and joins the elite group of Master Code Professionals worldwide whose achievements continue to benefit both the code enforcement profession as well as their communities.
The Preferred Provider Program opens the door to extensive training opportunities from a variety of educational resources. With more than 575 scheduled courses, and 20,500 approved courses in the main catalog, over 345 new providers have joined the network.