Interior of B.C. Residential Construction Institute trainers understand the residential construction industry, based on first-hand experience in owning and operation of residential construction businesses.
Providing design and delivery of licensed builder training in BC that allows the instructional team to appreciate the critical issues and objectives in the operations of your construction business.
Our success in developing and delivering training programs that create enthusiasm is well documented. The training team’s hands-on experience in the building industry is our greatest asset.
The residential construction industry is currently facing a number of challenges, placing considerable strain on all residential builders to keep current with construction practices. Due to a number of factors in the residential construction industry, ongoing changes are having major ramifications in the manner home builders operate their business’s.
These changes have spurred numerous innovations which require a deeper understanding of building science than ever before.
Over 50% of the CPD training must be related to one of the topic areas including, building code, construction management, supervision, construction technology, customer service, and/or home warranty insurance.
Builders are faced with building in less desirable locations involving poor soil conditions, steep slopes, and other problems that require a greater knowledge of building technology.
Our programs provide effective training to assist those involved in the housing industry to assist meeting the challenges of changing markets, to learn new innovative and technological developments, and to satisfy the need for new skills associated with increased renovation activity.
Education and training must be industry-driven if it is to be effective for the housing industry.
As builders we fully understand and appreciate the changes that are affecting your livelihood, and we also appreciate the skills that are required in order to respond to those changes.
We recognize that you are already a licenced professional in this industry, and our training is developed to assist you in maintain your builders license.
Ventilation Training: TECA's Quality First™ Ventilation Guidelines course covers the September 9, 2014 (signature date) amendments made to the 2012 BC Building Code Section 9.32. All Part 9 building permit applications made after December 19, 2014 will be subject to these new requirements In British Columbia (BC), the F280-12 standard is referenced in the BC Building Code and other building industry publications including: 2012 BC Building Code states in Section 9.33.5 Capacity of Heating Appliances: “The required capacity of heating appliances located in a dwelling unit and serving only that dwelling unit, shall be determined in accordance with CSA F280, “Determining the Required Capacity of Residential Space Heating and Cooling Appliances,” except that the design temperatures shall conform to Subsection 9.33.3.”Details
Providing training developed by builders for builders near your home, we bring the training to you, not you to the training.