Santiago Canyon College offers training which covers the legal and practical elements related to the code enforcement profession. It is designed for individuals seeking a career in Code Enforcement as well as for sworn or non-sworn inspectors, officers, or investigators employed by a city, county, or state agency. In addition to learning fundamental investigative skills, students will gain the required foundation for fighting local neighborhood deterioration and accentuating the significance of code enforcement programs in local community renovation efforts to maintain healthy and sustainable communities. Students will receive the required guidance to the essential codes that are the central regulatory groundwork for the administration of code enforcement related programs in local governmental jurisdictions. Students will also be introduced to various topics relating to public service and the community. Along with receiving college credit, each module and certificate obtained will assist students with the basic entry level qualification in most U.S. municipalities.
These courses are endorsed by The American Association of Code Enforcement (AACE), a national nonprofit association representing the profession of code enforcement. AACE has become the premier association fostering code compliance through its certification program, education, training and enforcement. AACE is the internationally recognized leader in the profession of code enforcement, with a membership growing at the rate of 20 percent per year. These classes are accepted by the International Code Council and qualify for 4.0 CEUs under the Preferred Educational Provider program.
Students who attend these modules include Code Enforcement Officers and Supervisors, Sanitation Inspectors, Police Officers, Fire and Building Officials, Business License Inspectors, Public Works employees, Parking Control Officers and new students.
Classes are offered in a week-long, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:50pm format.
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