WEBINARS: New Building Energy Conservation Code Changes. Register by July 14.

Florida Building Code Energy Conservation Seventh Edition (2020)The 7th Edition Florida Building Code (2020) includes a number of changes to the Energy Conservation Code that will impact how new Florida buildings are constructed, lit, and controlled. Learn about the new changes and earn continuing education credits by attending live webinar training courses offered by the FSEC Energy Research Center. Register by July 14*.

  • RESIDENTIAL: July 21 (1 p.m. to 3 p.m.)
    Overview of the 7th Edition (2020) Residential Florida Energy Conservation Code [Live Webinar]
    In this 2-hour class, topics include Prescriptive, Performance and Energy Rating Index (ERI) compliance options, and discussions of residential building air leakage testing, duct leakage testing and mechanical ventilation requirements. CILB CEUs: 2 credits; CILB# 0613599; Provider# 0000859. Cost: $99 | Register
  • COMMERCIAL: July 22 (1 p.m. to 5 p.m.)
    Florida Commercial Energy Code Compliance: Methods, Tools and Verification [Live Webinar]
    In this 4-hour class, topics include an examination of building energy use contributors, introduction to the 7th Edition (2020) Florida Energy Conservation Code commercial provision changes, review of Commercial Energy Code compliance methods and tools, running sample calculations to assess the effects of specific improvements on energy efficiency and code compliance, and verifying code forms and identifying common errors. CILB CEUs: 4 credits; CILB# 0613600; Provider# 0000859.
    Cost: $199 | Register

Explore all of FSEC Energy Research Center’s continuing education courses at https://energyresearch.ucf.edu/education/continuing-education/

*A minimum of 8 registrations needed by July 14th to guarantee the class is held.

For more information, contact Sherri Shields at sherri@fsec.ucf.edu, 321-638-1019.

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PR21-10

WEBINARS: New Building Energy Conservation Code Changes. Register by April 21.

Florida Building Code Energy Conservation Seventh Edition (2020)The 7th Edition Florida Building Code (2020) includes a number of changes to the Energy Conservation Code that will impact how new Florida buildings are constructed, lit, and controlled. Learn about the new changes and earn continuing education credits by attending live webinar training courses offered by the FSEC Energy Research Center. Register by April 21*.

  • RESIDENTIAL: April 28, (1 p.m. – 3 p.m.)
    Overview of the 7th Edition (2020) Residential Florida Energy Conservation Code [Live Webinar]
    In this 2-hour class, topics include Prescriptive, Performance and Energy Rating Index (ERI) compliance options, and discussions of residential building air leakage testing, duct leakage testing and mechanical ventilation requirements. CILB CEUs: 2 credits; CILB# 0613599; Provider# 0000859. Cost: $99 | Register
  • COMMERCIAL: April 29, (1 p.m. – 5 p.m.)
    Florida Commercial Energy Code Compliance: Methods, Tools and Verification [Live Webinar]
    In this 4-hour class, topics include an examination of building energy use contributors, introduction to the 7th Edition (2020) Florida Energy Conservation Code commercial provision changes, review of Commercial Energy Code compliance methods and tools, running sample calculations to assess the effects of specific improvements on energy efficiency and code compliance, and verifying code forms and identifying common errors. CILB CEUs: 4 credits; CILB# 0613600; Provider# 0000859.
    Cost: $199 | Register

Explore all of FSEC Energy Research Center’s continuing education courses at https://energyresearch.ucf.edu/education/continuing-education/

*A minimum of 8 registrations needed by April 21st to guarantee the class is held.

For more information, contact Sherri Shields at sherri@fsec.ucf.edu, 321-638-1019.

 

 

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PR21-06

WEBINARS: New Energy Code Changes. Register by March 15th!

Florida Building Code Energy Conservation Seventh Edition (2020)A new Florida Building Code went into effect on December 31, 2020. Learn about the 7th Edition (2020) Florida Building Code Energy Conservation changes and earn continuing education credits by attending short, live webinar training courses. Register by Monday, March 15th for the March 24th class.

  • The 4-hour commercial course topics include an examination of building energy use contributors, introduction to the 7th Edition (2020) Florida Energy Conservation Code commercial provision changes, review of Commercial Energy Code compliance methods and tools, running sample calculations to assess the effects of specific improvements on energy efficiency and Code compliance, and verifying Code forms and identifying common errors. CILB CEUs: 4 credits; CILB# 0613600; Provider# 0000859
  • The 2-hour residential course topics include an overview of residential 7th Edition (2020) Florida Energy Conservation Code Prescriptive, Performance and Energy Rating Index (ERI) compliance options, and discussions of residential building air leakage testing, duct leakage testing and mechanical ventilation requirements. CILB CEUs: 2 credits; CILB# 0613599; Provider# 0000859

A summary document citing specific code language can be found at FloridaBuilding.org/bc/, under Code Resources or at http://www.fsec.ucf.edu/go/2020-code-changes.

Explore all of the FSEC Energy Research Center’s continuing education courses at https://energyresearch.ucf.edu/education/continuing-education/

For more information, contact Sherri Shields at sherri@fsec.ucf.edu.

WEBINARS: New Energy Code Changes. Register by Feb. 8th!

Florida Building Code Energy Conservation Seventh Edition (2020)A new Florida Building Code went into effect on December 31, 2020. Learn about the 7th Edition (2020) Florida Building Code Energy Conservation changes and earn continuing education credits by attending short, live webinar training courses. Register by Monday, February 8th.

  • The 4-hour commercial course topics include an examination of building energy use contributors, introduction to the 7th Edition (2020) Florida Energy Conservation Code commercial provision changes, review of Commercial Energy Code compliance methods and tools, running sample calculations to assess the effects of specific improvements on energy efficiency and Code compliance, and verifying Code forms and identifying common errors. CILB CEUs: 4 credits; CILB# 0613600; Provider# 0000859
  • The 2-hour residential course topics include an overview of residential 7th Edition (2020) Florida Energy Conservation Code Prescriptive, Performance and Energy Rating Index (ERI) compliance options, and discussions of residential building air leakage testing, duct leakage testing and mechanical ventilation requirements. CILB CEUs: 2 credits; CILB# 0613599; Provider# 0000859

A summary of the energy code changes citing specific code language can be found at FloridaBuilding.org/bc/, under Code Resources or at http://www.fsec.ucf.edu/go/2020-code-changes.

For more information, contact Sherri Shields at sherri@fsec.ucf.edu.