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Quality Control Building Inspection Program

Quality Control Building Inspection prepare trainees with knowledge and skills required in consulting services to make informed decisions about buildings. Trainees will be prepared to inspect residential and commercial buildings in order to ensure compliance with governing building codes. The courses in this program have been organized to address inspection of various systems and components of a building such as building roof, structural, electrical, heating, air conditioning/ heat pumps, plumbing, insulation, and the interior.

Quality Control Building Inspection

Program Highlights:

Trainees will learn about Inspection Planning, Inspection Documentation & Reporting, Inspection Process and Quality Auditing

Trainees will also learn about setting out procedures pump and Valve Inspection, Occupational Health & Safety, Manufacturing process, Electrical Testing and Saudi Building Codes

Quality Control Building Inspection

Program Outcomes:

Obtain the required English, Math, and Clerical skills necessary for the work environment

Read, interpret, and analyse building codes and defend code interpretation

Read building plans and specifications, analyse code applicability, and verify that the plan meets the intent of the codes

Apply building codes to the built environment

Use a variety of computer applications relevant to the inspection industry

Communicate effectively in a variety of situations and with a variety of individuals, both verbally and in writing​

Identify the training/educational requirements and describe the role of the construction inspector

Describe and explain residential print reading and interpret the use of related local, regional, and international building codes used for construction

Explain the purpose and intent of the building, grading, mechanical, HVAC, plumbing, zoning, electrical, legal requirements, and the code enforcement process.

Understand the methods, materials, and the process of construction inspections from site preparation to the final building inspection

Minimum Requirements