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Welcome to the Assessment Center, formerly Certification and Testing. Here's what's new!
Attending the February RESNET Conference in Orlando, FL?
Register for the 2015 Residential Energy Inspector/Plans Examiner Exam!
Going to the RESNET Conference February 26-28 in Orlando, FL?
ICC is offering a Special Administration for the 2015 Residential Energy Inspector/Plans Examiner Exam--now available for registration.
Hilton Orlando—Lake Buena Vista
1751 Hotel Plaza Blvd.
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Exam Date: February 25, 2018
Preregistration Deadline: February 2, 2018
Starting Time: 9:00 AM
Exam Fee: $209.00
Please submit this application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changes for Contractor/Trades Examinations
Effective January 1, 2018, the Assessment Center has expanded its offerings of National Contractor/Trades examination titles for code years 2012 and 2015.
At the same time, many jurisdiction-specific examination programs will be transitioned to the National standard examination program. The exams will be equivalent in content to the jurisdiction-specific exams, and will provide a simple registration process and exams that are recognized across the nation. In addition, ICC will offer select 2009 titles through our new proctored online testing system, PRONTO.
Which National Contractor/Trades Exam do I take if my jurisdiction exam is no longer being offered?
A complete list of former jurisdiction-specific titles and their current National equivalents can be found here.
We're adjusting pricing January 1st
Effective January 1, 2018, pricing for most ICC Contractor and Certification exams will increase. Please refer to the specific exam you plan to take in the Exam Catalog for details.
Changes to ICC special inspector exams coming in December
Starting December 1, 2017, a majority of ICC's two-part special inspector exams will be split into three separate exam modules: general requirements, codes and plan reading. As an exception, the spray-applied fireproofing special inspector will be split into two exam modules (general requirements and codes & plan reading) and will have a slightly different breakdown than the other exams.
To achieve a special inspector certification, you will need to pass each module along with any other prerequisites for specific special inspector certifications. If you plan to pursue a reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete or structural welding special inspector certification, you are still held to the additional prerequisites in order to achieve those certifications.
Get a breakdown on the new Special Inspector Exam Modules' features and improvements on our eNews article by clicking here.