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    Default Fire Inspector Certification

    Anyone gone and done the ICC inspector testing?


    I have tried to look up everything on the site and it is really confusing. I don't know what I have to do to prove when I am eligible to take the test?

    Anyone have some general advise on the this?
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    Have to look at the site

    I took it maybe five years ago

    I thought you just had to pay the money

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    Looks like pay the money take the test


    http://www.iccsafe.org/Certification...profexams.aspx


    You can post the question here, there are some icc board members on the site



    http://www.thebuildingcodeforum.com/...al-fire-codes/

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    Registration Procedure
    Registering for a Safety Professional examination is quick and easy, and can be done entirely online if you choose. Quick info, including the exam outline and examination information bulletin, can be found in the exam listings below for each of the exams.

    If you would like to register for a computer-based or paper/pencil examination, find the exam you are interested in and follow these steps:

    Click the title of the exam for which you wish to register.
    Review the details of the exam, including the examination information bulletin (found at the Bulletin link in the exam listing)
    If you choose to take the exam via computer-based testing, click on the Pearson VUE link in the exam listing, which will take you to the Pearson VUE website to schedule your exam.
    If you choose to take the exam via paper-and-pencil testing, continue following the steps below:
    Select the ICC Link in the exam listing, which will take you to the ICC Registration form.
    Select the date and location for your exam.
    Select Add to Cart.
    Fill out the registration form with the correct information.
    Select OK and proceed to Cart to process payment and checkout for your exam.



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    Does the Code Council require a candidate to have a certain level of experience or education
    before taking an examination?
    No. Most Code Council examinations are open to all individuals with no prerequisite for experience or
    education. Code Council certification should be used as one of several measures of an individual’s
    qualifications when screening applicants for a position. Inspectors should possess the right mix of
    technical knowledge, education, and related experience. Because proper weighting of the relative importance
    of these three qualifications is a subjective decision, determining the emphasis of Code
    Council certification is most appropriately performed at the local level by the building official. For this
    reason, the Code Council does not specify education or experience requirements for certification applicants
    for most categories. However, the Reinforced Concrete Special Inspector has additional requirements
    after passing the certification exam.



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    check page 40 for the books the test comes out of



    http://www.iccsafe.org/Certification...on_EIB-CBT.pdf

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    Thank you for the help guys. Now time to get my study on.
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    best thing to do is tap the books, tap the index, tab the table of contents

    Know kind of what is in each chapter, and which chapter to reserch tghe question in.

    Plan on using the complete time alotted

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