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Register for and complete any of the following online TTT Recertification Courses in order to accumulate points to put toward the 12 points required over a three year recertification period. If you wish, you may use a combination of TTT Recert Courses and any of the other approved Recertification Activities.
TITLES & DESCRIPTIONS POINTS
Overview of Building Component Safety Information
Learn about BCSI Guide to Good Practice for Handling, Installing & Bracing of Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses. This booklet, upon which the B-Series Summary Sheets are based, explains the best practices for jobsite safety and performance of wood trusses. This information is instrumental for technicians to be able to speak knowledgeably to customers, installers and inspectors.
6 points
Four Steps to Safe Truss Installations
This course concisely drives home the main points of BCSI Guide to Good Practice for Handling, Installing & Bracing of Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses. Additionally, this course provides information on handling, bracing, fall protection and construction loading.
1.5 points
Storage, Handling, Installing and Bracing of MPCWT
Temporary and permanent bracing is an important yet often overlooked element of safe truss installation and acceptable long-term performance. This course examines how to unload, store, lift, erect and brace metal plate connected wood trusses. It provides information on protecting trusses from weather and damage at the jobsite, how to lift individual trusses by crane and permanent bracing applications.
3 points
Wood Trusses in the International Building Code 2000
Building code compliance is critical in the construction industry. The International Building Code 2000 (IBC) was developed as a nationwide model code to replace the regional National (NBC), Uniform (UBC) and Standard (SBC) building codes. The IBC has been implemented in 16 states and many local jurisdictions. This course discusses the requirements for metal plate connected wood trusses in the IBC, especially as they are reflected on a Truss Design Drawing.
3 points
Wood Trusses in the International Residential Code 2000
The International Residential Code 2000 (IRC) was developed to replace the existing CABO and International One and Two Family Dwelling (IOTFD) codes and has been implemented in many states and jurisdictions since. This course covers the truss requirements in the IRC and how they are reflected in the job information provided by the Truss Designer.
3 points
Wood Trusses in the International Building Code 2003
Building code compliance is critical in the construction industry. The International Building Code (IBC) was developed as a nationwide model code to replace the regional National (NBC), Uniform (UBC) and Standard (SBC) building codes.This course discusses the requirements for metal plate connected wood trusses in the IBC 2003, especially as they are reflected on a Truss Design Drawing.
3 points
Wood Trusses in the International Residential Code 2003
The International Residential Code (IRC) was developed to replace the existing CABO and International One and Two Family Dwelling (IOTFD) codes and has been implemented in many states and jurisdictions since. This course covers the truss requirements in the IRC 2003 and how they are reflected in the job information provided by the Truss Designer.
3 points
Wood Trusses in the International Building Code 2006
Building code compliance is critical in the construction industry. The International Building Code (IBC) was developed as a nationwide model code to replace the regional National (NBC), Uniform (UBC) and Standard (SBC) building codes.This course discusses the requirements for metal plate connected wood trusses in the IBC 2006, especially as they are reflected on a Truss Design Drawing.
3 points
Wood Trusses in the International Residential Code 2006
The International Residential Code (IRC) was developed to replace the existing CABO and International One and Two Family Dwelling (IOTFD) codes and has been implemented in many states and jurisdictions since. This course covers the truss requirements in the IRC 2006 and how they are reflected in the job information provided by the Truss Designer.
3 points
FBPE Rule 61G15-31.003 & ANSI/TPI 4-2002
The Florida Board of Professional Engineers Rule 61G15-31.003 covers the design of structures using prefabricated wood trusses and regulates Truss Index Cover Sheets for Truss Design Drawings. This course covers the metal plate connected wood truss industry's standard design responsibilities per ANSI/TPI/WTCA 4-2002.
3 points
Mold and Structural Wood Components
Get the facts on mold and other fungi and how their presence affects structural wood components such as metal plate connected wood trusses. This course discusses conditions that lead to mold growth, how to remediate existing mold, and recommended steps in the supply chain to deal with mold.
3 points
Mold Builder Advisory: How to Minimize Mold on Structural Building Components
This course examines how mold can be minimized during the different stages of the construction process and how to avoid high risk construction practices to prevent mold growth. This course examines how mold can be minimized during the different stages of the construction process and how to avoid high risk construction practices to prevent mold growth. Participation and completion of this online course earns 3 points.
1.5 points

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