Building Department Accreditation Overview (BDA)
Building Department Accreditation Overview
IAS BUILDING DEPARTMENT ACCREDITATION OVERVIEW COURSE
Free training on IAS building department accreditation process
This free hour-long webinar will provide introductory information regarding the process of attaining IAS Building Department Accreditation by local building departments and code enforcement departments and third parties providing building and/or property maintenance code enforcement services.
This webinar will discuss the benefits of IAS Building Department Accreditation and the process for achieving Accreditation. Learn how the criteria and process for Building Department Accreditation has recently been streamlined resulting in reduced costs to entities seeking Building Department Accreditation.
The webinar is presented by an international accreditation body assessor with over 40 years of experience in the enforcement of construction and property maintenance codes with local governments, and 10 years of experience in the assessment of local jurisdictions and third parties for conformance with criteria pertaining to Building Department Accreditation.
- IAS Building Department Accreditation Defined
- Benefits of IAS Building Department Accreditation
- Criteria for IAS Building Department Accreditation
- Building Department Accreditation Process
- Building Department Accreditation Fee
- Accreditation Assessment Documentation Submittal Requirements
- Elements of Building Department Accreditation Assessments Quality Management System Requirements for Building Department Accreditation
Who should attend
- Building Officials and Deputy/Assistant Building Officials
- Code Enforcement Officials
- Planning/Community Development Directors Responsible for Building Code and/or Property Maintenance Code Enforcement Services
- Permitting, Plans Examination, and Inspection Managers and Supervisors Third-Party Companies Providing Building and/or Property Maintenance Code Enforcement Services
Mike Bouse is the Accreditation/Recognition Program Manager with the International Accreditation Service (IAS), a position he has held since September 2019.
Prior assuming the duties as an IAS Program Manager, Mike served as an consulting IAS Lead Assessor for 10 years during which he led Assessment Teams in conducting IAS Accreditation assessments of local governmental building departments, fire prevention departments, and code enforcement departments providing property maintenance code enforcement service.In addition, Mike has 42 years of experience in the administration and enforcement of construction codes with local governments in southern California and Nevada.
He is a Certified Building Official and holds eighteen professional certifications issued by the International Code Council (ICC).
Mike also holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Redlands and is an ICC published author.