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Building Inspection Technology

General Program Information for 2008 – 2009

Contact Information BIT Office: 530-895-2284, Allied Health, Public Safety (AHPS) 144 3536 Butte Campus Dr. Oroville, CA 95965 Classroom: AHPS 209

BIT 1A (Fall Semester): 26 Units Courses: Construction Principles and Methods Building Code (IRC and IBC) Heating, Ventilation and A.C. Principles and Methods Mechanical Code Plumbing Principles and Methods Plumbing Code Engineering Fundamentals for Building Inspectors Blueprint Reading for Construction Introduction to Computers

BIT 1B (Spring Semester): 26 Units Courses: Electrical Wiring Electrical Code (IRC and NEC) Disable Accessibility Alternate Energy Systems Building Energy Efficiency Standards The Building Permit Process The Building Inspector Computer Application in Building Inspection

The Building Inspection Technology Program is an eight month program that is very intense and requires students to study independently outside of class a minimum of 52 hours per week. The course is 26 units each semester. This course requires the student’s total participation. He/she must put forth the effort in order to succeed. The reward for this diligence will be the opportunity for an exciting, interesting, and professional future in the building inspection industry. The BIT Program is open to all interested individuals who have completed the necessary steps as outlined in this packet. A trade background is not required to successfully complete the program. Space is limited to 75 students.

Instructors: Yvonne Christopher, Marvin Root

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