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									                      FALL 2009




                       CONTINUING
      EDUCATION SEMINARS
                                       for
                Construction and
       Multiple Dwelling Code
        Enforcement Officials,
    Technical Assistants and
          Design Professionals


                              Sponsored by

New Jersey Department of Community Affairs

                         in cooperation with

            Center for Government Services

 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey




                   The information found in
             this brochure will be published
                 on the following web sites:
                 www.state.nj.us/dca/codes/
    http://cgs.rutgers.edu/code-enforcement
SEMINAR REGISTRATION
If your code enforcement license expires January 31, 2010, please
keep in mind that the fall semester runs from September 9
through December 18, and you must complete your continuing
education requirements during this time period.

ALL CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS MUST BE MET WITHIN
THE REGULARLY SCHEDULED PROGRAM.

Registration for Uniform Construction Code/Hotel & Multiple
Dwelling officials and inspectors who are working in code enforce-
ment begins upon receiving this brochure.

Procedure: Open registration for all other licensed inspectors
begins one week after receiving this brochure. Unless your
license expires January 31, 2010, you will be limited to either two
seminars or one per subcode in which you hold a license
(whichever is greater). This will give everyone an equal opportu-
nity to register. If you have completed your CEU requirements for
the current license period, you would be allowed to sign up for
one (1) additional seminar. To register for more seminars above
the required amount, you should call one week before the start
date of the seminar in question.

1. Decide on a first and second choice from the seminars being
offered; in case your first choice is filled, you should have an
alternate selection in mind. The DCA staff person who takes your
call can answer questions concerning fulfillment of your educa-
tion requirement for the current licensing period.

2. Call the DCA Education unit at 609/984-7820 between the
hours of 9:00am and 4:00pm. Be sure to have the following
information ready:

    Your municipality and UCC/HMD position
   (for working officials and inspectors)
    Your code enforcement license number
   Seminar number (located opposite the seminar title)
    Date and location of the seminar you want to take

3. You may also email your registration to
educationunit@dca.state.nj.us. Acknowledgement of receipt will
be sent via email.

If you use email to register and there is space available, you
will be registered for the seminar whether you are a working or
non-working official.

Confirmation
Confirmations are mailed approximately two weeks before the
date of each seminar. If you have not received the confirmation
one week in advance of a seminar for which you registered, call
the Education Unit at 609/984-7820 to make certain your name is
on the roster. Walk-in registrations are not permitted.



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Duplicate Credit
You have the option of receiving duplicate credit for certain semi-
nars designated with a D prefix. WHEN REGISTERING, BE SURE TO
USE THE D NUMBER. At the seminar sign-in you will be asked to
indicate whether or not you wish to receive duplicate credit.

Reciprocal Credit
The Division of Fire Safety will award reciprocal credit for those
seminars marked with       . In order to receive reciprocal credit,
you must provide your Division of Fire Safety certification number
when you sign in at the seminar.

The Board of Electrical Contractors will award reciprocal credit for
those seminars marked with . In order to receive reciprocal
credit, you must provide a picture ID and your current contrac-
tor’s license when you sign in at the seminar.

Interested Parties
Architects, engineers, builders, and other unlicensed interested
parties may attend seminars for a fee of $125 for one-day semi-
nars, and $250 for two-day seminars. Those interested parties who
wish to participate may call anytime after August 31, 2009.

Special Inspector Certifications
Certified special inspectors may register for and complete any
technical seminar listed in this brochure; however, please note
that continuing education requirements and offerings are still
under development and specific seminars meeting the continuing
education requirements for special inspectors will not be designat-
ed until the spring 2010 seminar semester. Therefore, seminars
completed at this time may not necessarily count towards meet-
ing your certification renewal requirements.

Cancellation Policy
If you are unable to attend a seminar for which you registered,
you must call the Education Unit to cancel your reservation as
soon as possible. When you cancel, this seat becomes available to
someone who is waiting. Failure to inform us of your cancellation
may result in future registrations being restricted.

The use of pagers, cell phones, and computers is disruptive in
seminars. Please turn off these devices while in the classroom.

ALL seminars begin at 8:30am and conclude by 4:00pm.
You must arrive before 9:00am in order to be admitted to the
seminar. Students who miss a substantial portion of a seminar or
who leave early, for any reason, will not receive credit. Please
bring your seminar confirmation card and UCC/HMD licenses with
you to the seminar.




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ADMINISTRATIVE SEMINARS

These seminars can be taken for administrative credit in both the
UCC and multiple dwelling programs.

Barrier Free Subcode                                             D009/A139
Instructor: Jack Boekhout
ONE TIME Mandatory requirement for Building Inspectors
This course reviews each of the amendments to Subchapter 7,
including the revisions to access requirements for multi-family
residences and the use of the most recent technical standard for
technical design. Emphasis is placed on ensuring that code
officials understand where their enforcement authority lies and
also on showing where in Subchapter 7 and the ICC/ANSI A117.1
standard the provisions and requirements of the Barrier Free
Subcode can be found. Participants have the option of receiv-
ing building subcode (B214) duplicate credit for completion
of this seminar.                                                     0.5 CEU
10/28 (Weds.)……………….............Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton
11/12 (Thurs.)..........................Mt. Laurel Fire Dept. - Mt. Laurel
12/15 (Tues.)...........................................Executive Inn, Fairfied


Rehabilitation Subcode                                           D100/A187
Instructor: Jim Foran
Subchapter 6 of the UCC, the Rehabilitation Subcode,” was adopt-
ed on January 5, 1998, providing a new code to deal with rehabil-
itation projects on existing building in New Jersey. It replaces the
25/30 rule, the increase in size provisions, and the change of use
section in the UCC,. This course is a briefing in which the frame
work of this subcode is explained and illistrated. Participants
have the option of receiving building subcode (B495) dupli-
cate credit for completion of this seminar.                            0.5 CEU
9/11 (Fri).....................................................Crowne Plaza, Clark
10/1 (Thurs.).........................................Holiday Inn, Cherry Hill
11/6 (Fri).......................................Hilton Garden Inn, Lakewood
12/2 (Weds.)...............................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights


Reading Design Drawings & Blueprint                                      A288
Reading Updated
Instructor: Jim Foran
The reading of construction blueprints is a foundational skill in
construction code enforcement. All construction professionals,
regardless of whether they are working in the field or in the
office, must know how to read blueprints. Blueprint reading is
not terribly difficult but it does require practice and some basic
knowledge of blueprints. This course is designed to provide you




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with the foundational knowledge and enough practice at reading
blueprints to get you started. Mastery of blueprint reading will
come with practice and with using blueprints on the job on a
regular basis. This is recommended for administrative personnel,
housing inspectors and those who haven’t had much experience
with plans.                                                          0.5 CEU
10/22 (Thurs.)....................................Hampton Inn, Woodbridge
12/3 (Thurs.)...............................Burlington EMS Training Center
12/8 (Tues.)............................................Hampton Inn, Denville

Hazard Mitigation & Emergency Management                                A306
Instructor: James Quigley, ICC
This seminar assists the building departments in laying the
ground work for developing a hazard mitigation and emergency
management plan that identifies potential hazards to the built
environment, mitigation strategies, and operational procedures to
follow in the event of disaster.                           0.5 CEU
9/18 (Fri.)....................................Lambertville Inn, Lambertville
10/2 (Fri.)..................................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
10/9 (Fri.).................Fort Monmouth Officers Club, Ft. Monmouth
10/21 (Weds.)...................................... Bordentown Eco-Complex
11/17 (Tues.)......................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover
12/17 (Thurs.)..........................................Ramada Inn, Vineland

Succeeding at the Board of Appeals                                      A371
Instructor: Gary Lewis
Code officials and inspectors spend countless hours conducting
plan review and inspecting premises for fire and life safety, struc-
tural integrity, and safe, accessible and sanitary environments.
Property owners’ rights under our code are protected through a
process known as the construction board of appeals. Many offi-
cials rarely or never have to appear before such a board, but all
must be prepared for the inevitable...not just to appear, but to be
successful. This interactive course will de-mystify the process and
prepare officials and inspectors for a board hearing in such a
manner as to increase the likelihood of success!                       0.5 CEU
10/2 (Fri.).............................................Holiday Inn, Cherry Hill
11/13 (Fri.).......................................Days Hotel, East Brunswick
12/11 (Fri.).............................................Hampton Inn, Denville


The Permit Procedures                                                  A382
Instructor: Victor Timpanaro and Rick Marshall
This seminar attempts to provide better insight as to how this can
be accomplished. The permit process, along with the interaction
of the TACO, with the public and each other is crucial to an
office’s efficiency. There is a need for better consistency and uni-
formity in the way departments and their staff work together
with the code official and the public.                                0.5 CEU
10/14 (Weds.)………………………..........Holiday Inn, Springfield
11/5 (Thurs.)......................................Holiday Inn, Saddle Brook
12/3 (Thurs.)............................................Holiday Inn, Somerset




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UCC Update                                                           A386
Instructor: Gerry Grayce
This ongoing seminar will continue to focus on changes to the
UCC to familiarize code officials and technical assistants with the
current UCC regulations as well as recent code proposals and
adoptions. The objective of the seminar is to provide enforcing
agency staff with the most current regulations which will aid in
the proper and effective enforcement of the UCC. Topics such as
recent changes to the conflict of interest regulations and the
Permit Extension Act will be reviewed.                     0.5CEU
9/25 (Fri.)…………………………........Holiday Inn, East Windsor
10/29 (Thurs.)…....Cape May Fire Academy, Cape May Court House
12/16 (Weds.)..……………………............Executive Inn, Fairfield

Tools of the UCC II                                                   A410
Instructor: Gerry Grayce
The regulations require various forms and other paperwork to be
issued when violations are determined. This seminar will review
the proper procedures needed to insure UCC compliance thus
resolving violations. Specific topics such as proper issuance of
Notices of Violations and Penalities, as well as the various other
required forms will be discussed. In addition, methods of achiev-
ing compliance for unresolved violations and penalties will also
be reviewed, such as the Penalty Renforcemen Act, and applica-
tions to Superior Court.                                         0.5 CEU
10/20 (Tues.)..............................................Holiday Inn, Clinton
11/19 (Thurs.)....................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover
12/3 (Thurs.)........................................Holiday Inn, Tinton Falls

Online Seminar: Flooding Hazards                                     AW09
and Floodplain Management
Instructor: Lisa Auermuller
This online seminar will review the National Flood Insurance
Program (NFIP) including an overview of flood hazards and forces
on flooded buildings, and a section each on floodplain mapping,
design and construction standards in floodplains, local adminis-
tration of the floodplain program (including duties and responsi-
bilities) and New Jersey’s land use regulations for floodplain areas
(otherwise known as stream encroachment permits).          0.5 CEU

This five week online seminar will be offered twice. You may log
on at any time of the day or evening during the five weeks you
are registered. This seminar will be divided into five modules each
composed of a lecture, interactive discussion board, and interac-
tive quiz. Each module will take one hour to complete. A final
quiz will judge the student’s mastery of the subject. You must
complete all modules to receive credit.

To register call the Education Unit and have both your license
number and your email address available. This seminar is also
available to design professionals.
This seminar will run 9/14 Mon. thru. 10/16 Fri. (5 week course)
This seminar will run 11/2 Mon. thru. 12/4 Fri. (5 week course)



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NJ Local Government Overview        NEW                              AW13
RGB Consulting, Ralph & Gina Blakeslee
This course will review the structural and procedural aspects of New Jersey
Local Government. Course material will include a review of the types and
forms of local government and the purposes of various local boards, commit-
tees and commissions, concentrating on those relevant to the Construction
Code office. The course will also explain the procedures for adopting local
ordinances and resolutions, and examine issues relative to affordable hous-
ing, historic preservation, land use procedures, budgeting, OPRA and the
Contractor Licensing Law. Participating in this course will provide you with
a solid understanding of municipal operations which can be used to improve
performance and effectiveness in the office.                         0.5 CEU

This five week online seminar will be offered twice. You may log
on at any time of the day or evening during the five weeks you
are registered. This seminar will be divided into five modules each
composed of a lecture, interactive discussion board, and interac-
tive quiz. Each module will take one hour to complete. A final
quiz will judge the student’s mastery of the subject. You must
complete all modules to receive credit.

To register call the Education Unit and have both your license
number and your email address available. This seminar is also
available to design professionals.

This seminar will run 9/28 Mon. thru. 10/30 Fri. (5 week Course)
This seminar will run 11/9 Mon. thru. 12/11 Fri. (5 week course)

TECHNICAL SEMINARS


                        BUILDING

Ventilation and Combustion Air              D003/B160
Instructor: JB Engineering, Julius Ballanco
The enforcement of ventilation air requirements and the need for
adequate combustion air for fuel burning appliances have become
increasingly more important with the construction of tighter
buildings. This seminar reviews all the requirements for ventila-
tion air and combustion air. The program also includes a summary
of recent sick building syndrome litigation and the state require-
ments related to this issue. Participants have the option of
receiving fire subcode (F120), mechanical subcode (M005),
and/or boiler and vessels (V007) duplicate credit for comple-
tion of this technical seminar.                                       0.5 CEU
9/25 (Fri.)..........................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor
12/9 (Weds.)............................................Hampton Inn, Denville




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Barrier Free Subcode                     D009/B214
ONE TIME Mandatory requirement for Building
Inspectors
See A139
10/28 (Weds.)……………….............Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton
11/12 (Thurs.)..........................Mt. Laurel Fire Dept. - Mt. Laurel
12/15 (Tues.)...........................................Executive Inn, Fairfied

Proper Inspection of Firestop Systems                          D035/B284
Instructor: HILTI
This seminar will cover fire safe building construction with
firestopping as an integral part of a fire rated floor, wall, or joint
assembly. The topics to be discussed will include: where to find
firestop in building codes, firestop specifications, UL test meth-
ods, understanding UL systems and nomenclature, firestopping
products in the market, firestopping applications, and firestop
inspection techniques. The purpose is to equip the code official
with the knowledge and understanding in the process of firestop-
ping inspection. Participants have the option of receiving fire
subcode (F237) duplicate credit for completion of this techni-
cal seminar.                                                 0.5 CEU
10/7 (Weds.)............Fort Monmouth Officers Club, Fort Monmouth
10/27 (Tues.).................Bergen Co. Law & Public Safety, Mahwah

Framing Inspections—Using a Checklist                                 B290
Instructor: James Foran
ONE TIME Mandatory requirement for Building Inspectors
This seminar will provide the information necessary for a code
enforcer to properly understand and use the Framing Checklist
prepared by DCA. The student will learn proper techniques for
framing with traditional and engineered wood products. Standards
referenced in the UCC will be reviewed and their application will
be illustrated. Special attention will be given to engineered wood
products. Particular areas of emphasis will include wood installa-
tion requirements unique to wood I-Joists as well as proper
installation and bracing of trusses in floors and roofs. 0.5 CEU
9/22 (Tues.)............................................Executive Inn, Fairfield
11/17 (Tues.).........................................Holiday Inn, Cherry Hill

Understanding and Testing Smoke                                D045/B326
Control Systems
Instructor: Davidson Code Concepts
With the increase in number of high rise buildings and the desire
to use large atrium spaces in modern architectural design, the
management of smoke and fire gases has become more challeng-
ing. This seminar will discuss when smoke control systems must
be used, their relationship and dependence on other building sys-
tems, and will explain how modern building codes are moving
from simple, ineffective air change requirements to using fire
modeling and rational analysis based design. Participants have
the option of receiving fire subcode (F259) and mechanical




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(M030) duplicate credit for completion of this technical seminar.
                                                                      0.5 CEU
10/16 (Fri.)...........................................Holiday Inn, Springfield
11/24 (Tues.)......................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor

Chimneys and Vents                          D049/B330
Instructor: JB Engineering, Julius Ballanco
With the increased use of high efficiency gas fired equipment, the
design of the chimney or vent becomes very critical. Improper
design or installation of a chimney or vent system can result in a
failure within a few months to a few years. The resulting failure
can leak carbon monoxide gas into the building, posing a threat
to the occupants. This program will review all of the design, siz-
ing, and installation requirements that have been updated in the
International Fuel Gas Code, International Mechanical Code, and
the International Building Code. Participants must bring a copy of
the International Fuel Gas Code to the seminar. Participants
have the option of receiving fire subcode (F267) and
mechanical (M031) duplicate credit for completion of this
technical seminar.                                                     0.5 CEU
9/23 (Weds.)...........................................Executive Inn, Fairfield
12/11 (Fri.).................................................Holiday Inn, Clinton

Concepts and Construction                  D082/B408
Code Requirements for Means of Egress Updated
Instructor: William Lynn and Paul Dansbach
This seminar will review the design, construction, and inspection
requirements for means of egress. It is important for the inspector
enforcing the requirements of the NJUCC to understand the design
requirements that apply to the buildings being constructed or
altered. This will enable the inspector to properly enforce the
requirements of the NJUCC for Means of Egress in accordance with
the NJ Edition of the 2006 IBC and the Rehabilitation Subcode.
This seminar identifies the changes between the editions of the
NJUCC and Fire Safety Code (Retrofit Requirements) that apply to
all existing buildings. Participants have the option of receiving
fire subcode (F308) duplicate credit for the completion of
this seminar.                                                       0.5 CEU
12/17 (Thurs.).........................................Executive Inn, Fairfield

Decks : Plan Review & Problems                                         B438
Instructor: Jack Boekhout
This seminar is designed to help the code official with plan review
for decks. In addition, examples of various problems will be pre-
sented and information provided to show what the inspector may
look for to help prevent them.                                           0.5 CEU
9/16 (Fri.).............................................Holiday Inn, Parsippany
11/13 (Fri.)................................Mt. Laurel Fire Dept., Mt. Laurel




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Metal Plate Connected Wood Truss                               D091/B441
Construction & Fire Performance
Instructor: Wood Truss Council
This course is focused on educating inspectors with the goal of
improving fire safety when it comes to structural building compo-
nents, as well as addressing the facts surrounding the perform-
ance of metal plate connected wood trusses when fire strikes. The
program includes information on testing conducted under ASTM
International standards, and by the National Institute of
Standards and Technology, Phoenix Fire Department, Forest
Products Laboratory, and other organizations. Participants have
the option of receiving fire subcode (F327) duplicate credit
for completion of this technical seminar.                          0.5 CEU
9/15 (Tues.)..................................Lambertville Inn, Lambertville
9/30 (Weds.)...............................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
12/4 (Fri.)................Burlington EMS Training Center, Westampton


Green Buildings, Safe as Well as Green                                 B447
Instructor: Darren Port, NJDCA
This seminar will be based on residential construction and the
IRC. Key issues related to commercial construction will also be
included. Key principles of Green Building will include the use of
integrated design, healthy and productive design, and strive for
sustainability. Methods used in Green Building such as site strate-
gies, landscaping, mechanical systems, plumbing, lighting, opera-
tions and maintenance will be addressed. Code issues and resolu-
tions will be addressed through case studies.                       0.5 CEU
9/9 (Weds.).....................................Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton
10/2 (Fri.).........................Middlesex Co. Fire Academy, Sayreville
12/15 (Tues.)..........................................Executive Inn, Fairfield

Inspecting the Proper Installation                                    B450
Of Manufactured Housing
Instructor: George Porter
This seminar will address the problems of installing HUD code
homes; their compliance with the Manufactured Housing improve-
ment Act of 2000; New Jersey Regulations; and the manufacturer’s
setup manual.                                                      0.5CEU
12/11 (Fri.)........................................Hampton Inn, Woodbridge

Commercial Mechanical                                         D092/B454
Plan Review for the Building Official
Instructor: Fredric Reuss
This seminar will address all UCC plan review and inspection
requirements for HVAC and mechanical systems. Actual plan
review will be conducted as well as thorough evaluations of the
types of systems, air distribution methods and code compliance
checklists. Participants have the option of receiving fire sub-
code (F331), plumbing subcode (P125), and mechanical sub-
code (M056) duplicate credit for completion of this technical
seminar.                                                           0.5 CEU
9/11 (Fri.)......................................Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton
10/6 (Tues.)....................................Holiday Inn Express, Newton
12/17 (Thurs.)........................................Quality Inn, Toms River
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Underground Storage                                          D093/B455
Tank Systems & Inspection
Instructor: John Donohue/Calisto Bertin
This seminar is designed to provide officials with an understand-
ing of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
rules on underground storage tank systems (UST), with a focus on
the fuel types, system design criteria, materials of construction,
petroleum equipment installation practices, and NJDEP permit and
certification requirements. The seminar reviews regulated and
non-regulated UST systems, and provides information on related
codes and standards. Participants have the option of receiving
fire subcode (F332) and plumbing subcode (P133) duplicate
credit for completion of this technical seminar.                   0.5 CEU
10/21 (Weds.).....................................Hampton Inn, Woodbridge
11/4 (Weds.).......................................Holiday Inn, Saddle Brook

Modulating/Condensing Hydronic                               D098/B470
Heat Sources
Instructor: Mark Eatherton
This seminar will deal with the plethora of new ultra high effi-
ciency, modulating/condensing heat sources that seem to be pop-
ping up on the job on a regular basis. It will also cover accepted
venting/combustion air issues, primary/secondary piping issues,
condensate neutralization issues and more. Participants have the
option of receiving fire subcode (F345) and/or plumbing sub-
code (P129) and/or mechanical subcode (M052) duplicate
credit for completion of this technical seminar.                     0.5 CEU
10/21 (Weds.).............................................Holiday Inn, Clinton
12/1 (Tues.).............................................Holiday Inn, Somerset

Indoor Environmental                                                   B475
Quality in Construction
Instructor: Joseph Ponessa
The public is becoming increasingly aware of impacts of the
indoor environment on comfort and health (especially with regard
to mold.) Likewise, there is a growing awareness of “green build-
ings. ”Green building principles strive to create sustainable build-
ings that provide comfort, energy efficiency and a healthy indoor
environment. This course surveys and prioritizes the indoor pollu-
tants that may impact health, and examines how modern con-
struction principles can minimize pollutant exposures. Discussion
will include materials selection, design approaches (with special
regard to moisture control) and HVAC design, specification and
management (the latter involves a discussion of ASHRAE 62.2).
This course will also survey various construction standards and
guidelines addressing the indoor environment, and a list of
resources on this topic will be provided.                         0.5 CEU
9/29 (Tues.)................................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
10/1 (Thurs.).....................Middlesex Co. Fire Academy, Sayreville




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Understanding NJ Residential                D103/B488
Swimming Pools & Hot Tub Code Requirements
Instructor: Northeast Spa & Pool Association, Paulette
Pitrak
This seminar is an overview of the New Jersey International
Residential Code-Appendix G requirements for aboveground, in-
ground, portable spas and permanent hot tubs. The structural
design, types of construction, and products or methods which
meet the construction and safety requirements are discussed. All
referenced standards will be distributed. Topics focused on include
the Suction Entrapment/ Prevention Provisions in the Plumbing
Subcode. The course will include discussion on specific methods
and products to illustrate how each product device prevents
entrapment hazards. The new federal Pool and Spa Safety Act will
be reviewed and its affect on inspections for drain or suction out-
lets covers for residential pools and spas will be discussed.
Participants have the option of receiving plumbing subcode
(P137) duplicate credit for completion of this technical
seminar.                                                        0.5 CEU
9/10 (Thurs.)..................................Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton
10/8 (Thurs.)........................Holiday Inn Express, Newton/Sparta
10/13 (Tues.).........................................Holiday Inn, Springfield

Residential Fire Suppression                                 D104/B489
Systems
Instructor: Davidson Code Concepts
This program will provide the student with an understanding of
when the various codes enacted in NJ require a residential occu-
pancy to be protected with an automatic sprinkler system. It will
then review the three standards of installation and when they
apply or should not be applied. The program will then cover prob-
lems that might be encountered in the field and proper inspec-
tion and documentation techniques. Participants have the
option of receiving fire subcode (F353) & multiple dwelling
(H024) duplicate credit for completion of this technical
seminar.                                                            0.5 CEU
10/30 (Fri.).............................Cape May Fire Academy, Cape May
11/25 (Weds.).....................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor
12/10 (Thurs.).........................................Hampton Inn, Denville

The Mechanics of Barrier Free                                         B493
Instructor: Jack Boekhout
Students will be made aware of some of the fine points of Barrier
Free compliance. This seminar will give an opportunity to experi-
ence the problems associated with the operation of a wheelchair
and crutches. The student will experience first hand changes in
level, maneuvering problems and compare them to the code text.
All students will be expected to participate in the wheelchair
workshop(s).                                                  0.5 CEU
10/29 (Thurs.).................................Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton




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Working With and Inspecting                                                 B494
Engineered Lumber
Instructor: iLevel- Val DeNoia
The main focus of this seminar will be on I-Joists in floors. We
will review the terms, details, construction practices both good
and bad, how to evaluate repairs and most importantly what to
look for and how to make recommendations when inspecting
engineered lumber.                                                   0.5 CEU
9/24 (Thurs.)......................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor
10/22 (Thurs.).............................................Holiday Inn, Clinton

Rehabilitation Subcode                                            D100/B495
See A187
9/11   (Fri).....................................................Crowne Plaza, Clark
10/1   (Thurs.).........................................Holiday Inn, Cherry Hill
11/6   (Fri).......................................Hilton Garden Inn, Lakewood
12/2   (Weds.)...............................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights

2009 IBC Non-Structural Provisions                         NEW             B507
Instructor: James Quigley, ICC
This seminar addresses the critical concepts of the 2009 IBC
regarding nonstructural requirements. It provides a basis for the
correct use of the code in building planning, fire-resistance-rated
construction, fire protection systems, means of egress, and acces-
sibility.                                                            0.5 CEU
12/4 (Fri.)..................................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
12/15 (Tues.)..........................................Quality Inn, Toms River

2009 International Building                     NEW               D110/B508
Code Update
Instructor: James Quigley, ICC
This seminar introduces participants to the major changes from
the 2006 IBC to the 2009 IBC with an emphasis of the changes
contained in Chapters 1 - 11. The lecture and activity format
allows participants to discuss the changes, reasons for the
changes, and answer knowledge review questions. Information
presented will allow participants to apply these new code require-
ments to design, plan review, and/or inspection. Participants
have the option of receiving fire subcode (F363) duplicate
credit for completion of this technical seminar.                        0.5 CEU
9/29 (Tues.)...........................................Holiday Inn, Cherry Hill
10/15 (Thurs.).....Ocean Co. Fire & EMS Training Center, Waretown
11/19 (Thurs.)....................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover
12/8 (Tues.)................................................Holiday Inn, Clinton

2009 International Residential                   NEW              D111/B509
Code Update
Instructor: James Quigley, ICC
This seminar introduces participants to the major changes from
the 2006 IRC to the 2009 IRC with an emphasis of the changes
contained in Chapters 1 - 10, 12 - 23, 25 - 32, and 43. Diagrams




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illustrate the changes. Knowledge Review questions are included
that provide an opportunity for participants to apply the new
codes. Information presented will allow participants to apply
these new code requirements to design, plan review, and/or
inspection. Participants have the option of receiving fire sub-
code (F364) duplicate credit for completion of this technical
seminar.                                                              0.5 CEU
9/30 (Weds.)..........................................Holiday Inn, Cherry Hill
10/16 (Fri.).........Ocean Co. Fire & EMS Training Center, Waretown
11/20 (Fri.)........................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover
12/9 (Weds.)...............................................Holiday Inn, Clinton
                                                                     0.5 CEU

2009 International Mechanical                 NEW             D112/B510
Code Update
Instructor: James Quigley, ICC
This seminar provides an overview of the changes from the 2006
to the 2009 IMC. It identifies changes in organization and code
requirements and the applicability of these requirements to
design, plan review and inspection. Participants have the option
of receiving fire subcode (F365), plumbing subcode, (P139),
and mechanical subcode (M064) duplicate credit for comple-
tion of this technical seminar.                                     0.5 CEU
9/17 (Thurs.)................................Lambertville Inn, Lambertville
10/8 (Thurs.)..............Ft. Monmouth Officers Club, Ft. Monmouth
11/18 (Weds.).....................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover
12/10 (Thurs.).....................................Holiday Inn, Manahawkin

2009 International Fuel Gas                  NEW               D113/B511
Code Update
Instructor: James Quigley, ICC
This seminar provides an overview of the changes from the 2006
IFGC and the 2009 IFGC. It also identifies changes in organization
and code requirements and the applicability of these requirements
to design, plan review and inspection. Participants have the
option of receiving fire subcode (F366), plumbing subcode,
(P140), mechanical subcode (M065), and boiler subcode
(V016) duplicate credit for completion of this technical semi-
nar.                                                                  0.5CEU
10/1 (Thurs.)..............................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
10/20 (Tues.)...........................Rutgers Eco-Complex, Bordentown
12/2 (Weds.).........................................Holiday Inn, Tinton Falls
12/18 (Fri.)..............................................Ramada Inn, Vineland

2009 IBC Significant Changes                  NEW             D114/B512
Instructor: James Quigley, ICC
This seminar familiarizes building officials, fire officials, plans
examiners, inspectors, and design professionals with many of the
significant changes in the 2006 IBC. Assists code users in identi-
fying the specific code changes that have occurred and more
importantly, understanding the reason behind the change. Focuses
on those code changes selected due to their frequency of applica-
tion, special significance, or change in application. Participants
have the option of receiving fire subcode (F367) duplicate
credit for completion of this technical seminar.                     0.5 CEU
9/15 (Tues.)...........................................Quality Inn, Toms River
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10/6 (Tues.).............................................Holiday Inn, Somerset
11/24 (Tues.).........................................Holiday Inn, Parsippany

2009 IRC Significant Changes                 NEW             D115/B513
Instructor: James Quigley, ICC
Reviews and analyses selected significant changes from the 2006
IRC to the 2009 IRC. Familiarizes building officials, fire officials,
plans examiners, inspectors and design professionals with many of
the significant changes in the 2009 IRC. Assists code users in
identifying the specific code changes that have occurred, and
more importantly, understanding the reason behind the change.
Focuses on those code changes selected due to their frequency of
application, special significance or change in application.
Participants have the option of receiving fire subcode (F368)
duplicate credit for completion of this technical seminar.
                                                                     0.5CEU
9/16 (Weds.)..........................................Quality Inn, Toms River
10/7 (Weds.)............................................Holiday Inn, Somerset
11/25 (Weds).........................................Holiday Inn, Parsippany

2006 IFC Fire Protection Systems                 NEW          D116/B514
Instructor: James Quigley, ICC
Provides basic knowledge of the fire protection systems code
requirements as contained in the 2006 IFC and IBC. Addresses the
IFC requirements relating to fire-protection systems, including the
most common types of automatic sprinkler systems, alternative
automatic extinguishing systems and standpipe systems. Provides
an overview of the types of fire alarm and detection
systems and smoke control systems is provided. Discusses addi-
tional means to assist or enhance the fixed fire protection sys-
tems, such as portable fire extinguishers. Participants have the
option of receiving fire subcode (F369) duplicate credit for
completion of this technical seminar.                                 0.5CEU
10/22 (Thurs.).........................Rutgers Eco-Complex, Bordentown
10/28 (Weds.).........Bergen Co. Law & Public Safety Inst., Mahwah
12/1 (Tues.).........................................Holiday Inn, Tinton Falls

2009 IRC Performing Residential                 NEW          D117/B515
Mechanical Inspections
Instructor: James Quigley, ICC
This seminar explains the tasks a residential mechanical inspector
performs to verify that a residential dwelling complies with the
IRC. The participant will define basic terms related to mechanical
inspection, describe the mechanical inspection process in a step-
by-step fashion, explain concepts of requirements, determine if a
given residential dwelling complies with the 2009 IRC, and com-
plete inspection checklists.                                        0.5CEU
Participants have the option of receiving fire subcode (F370),
plumbing subcode (P141), and mechanical subcode (M066)
duplicate credit for completion of this technical seminar.
12/3 (Thurs.)..............................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
12/16 (Weds.).........................................Quality Inn, Toms River




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Automatic Sprinkler Plan Review NEW                            D119/B516
of Warehouse & Storage Occupancies
Instructor: Jim Schfiliti
This seminar covers the basic requirements for high piled com-
bustible storage, classes of commodities, ESFR warehouse sprinkler
systems, general storage, rack storage, pallet storage, and
hydraulic calculation of warehouse systems.
Participants have the option of receiving fire subcode (F371)
duplicate credit for completion of this technical seminar.
                                                                       0.5CEU
10/2 (Fri.)..................................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
10/27 (Tues.).........Cape May Fire Academy, Cape May Court House
12/4 (Fri.)................................................Holiday Inn, Somerset


2009 IMC Exhaust Systems                       NEW             D120/B517
Instructor: IAPMO
This comprehensive seminar provides a more detailed review and
discussion including: Environmental Air Ducts and Product
Conveying Systems, Flammable Vapor Or Fumes, Product
Conveying Duct, Domestic Range Vents, Dryer Exhaust Duct, heat
recovery ventilators and termination of environmental air ducts.
Participants have the option of receiving fire subcode (F373)
and mechanical subcode (M067) duplicate credit for comple-
tion of this technical seminar.                                    0.5CEU
10/29 (Thurs.)........Bergen Co. Law & Public Safety Inst., Mahwah
12/8 (Tues.)........................................Holiday Inn, Manahawkin

2009 IMC Core Topics                                           D121/B518
Instructor: IAPMO
This seminar provides a general overview of the 2006
International Mechanical Code. Students will walk away from the
seminar with a greater understanding of how the code is organ-
ized, how to apply the code and with a better understanding of
the key concepts and provisions of the code. Topics covered will
include, but are not limited to, definitions, general requirements,
ventilation, exhaust, ducts, combustion air, boilers, and refrigera-
tion. Participants have the option of receiving fire subcode
(F371), plumbing subcode (P142), & mechanical subcode
(M068) duplicate credit for completion of this technical seminar.
                                                                   0.5CEU
10/30 (Fri.)............Bergen Co. Law & Public Safety Inst., Mahwah
12/9 (Weds.).......................................Holiday Inn, Manahawkin

Building Inspectors Masonry Workshop                       NEW        B520
International Masonry Institute
This program will address masonry construction requirements
based on the International Building (IBC) and Residential (IRC)
Codes. Primary topics will be brick veneer construction, flashing
and moisture penetration resistance, wall tie requirements, grout-
ing and reinforcement, workmanship and tolerances. Attendees
will also participate in hands-on discussions with construction
mockups.                                                 0.5 CEU
11/20 (Fri.)...................Bordentown Training Center, Bordentown
                                       International Masonry Institute
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                                  ELECTRICAL

Approval for reciprocal credit with the Board of Electrical
Contractors is pending for those seminars without lightning
bolt.

Handling Water Damaged Electrical                                     E110
Equipment
Instructor: Steve Norako
From residential areas to heavy-duty industrial facilities, damage
caused by water, both fresh and salt water, is of major concern,
especially with electrical equipment and wiring. If not properly
identified and addressed, electrical equipment and wiring subject
to water damage can result in fire, explosion, and even death.
This seminar will review the concerns and methods of remediation
recommended by both the National Electrical Manufacturers
Association and specific manufacturers that will provide a guide
to the electrical inspector when confronted with this matter.
                                                                      0.5 CEU
10/1 (Thurs.)...............................Holiday Inn Hasbrouck Heights
12/11 (Fri.).........................................Holiday Inn, Manahawkin

Fire Alarm Systems: Wiring                  D070/E112
Methods, Acceptance Inspection, and Testing
Instructor: Davidson Code Concepts
This seminar will provide students with an understanding of both
the electrical and fire subcode provisions that govern these instal-
lations, as well as the importance of thoroughly enforcing both
subcodes to ensure proper installation. Both the NEC and NFPA 72
provisions will be reviewed in conjunction with slide examples
and testing methods. Proper documentation of inspections and
acceptance testing will be highlighted. Participants have the
option of receiving fire subcode (F299) duplicate credit for
completion of this technical seminar.                             0.5 CEU
10/14 (Weds.)..........Ocean Co. Fire & EMS Training Ctr., Waretown
12/1 (Tues.)................................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights

Analysis of Electrical Distribution Systems                           E118
Instructor: Cooper Bussmann
When designing electrical distribution systems, a consultant has
the choice of designing “all circuit breaker” systems (fully or
series rated), or a system with combination of current limiting
fuses and circuit breakers. This seminar will examine each type
design, an overview of short circuit calculations, and provide a
clear understanding of which system provides the best value. New
code requirements for Emergency and Elevator circuits will also be
reviewed. Also the new Arc Flash Requirements per NFPA 70E as
applicable to personnel safety will be reviewed.           0.5 CEU


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9/30 (Weds.)................Middlesex County Fire Academy, Sayreville
10/28 (Weds.)..........................Cape May Fire Academy, Cape May

Health Care Facilities                            E128
Instructor: Victor Timpanaro and Richard Marshall
The idea of what constitutes a Health Care Facility is considered
and explains that it is not limited to a hospital or out-patient
facility but includes other types of occupancies that by virtue of
the kind of care provided defines its Use Group. There is great
confusion sometimes as to what rules apply in this article. Our
seminar will clear up the obvious conclusions usually misapplied.
                                                                     0.5 CEU
11/6 (Fri.)..........................................Holiday Inn, Saddle Brook
12/2 (Weds.)............................................Holiday Inn, Somerset

2008 National Electric Code Update               E129
Instructors: Victor Timpanaro & Richard Marshall
This seminar covers all the important changes of the NEC.
Selected are all those changes peculiar to the State of New Jersey
so as to concentrate on field problems our inspectors and contrac-
tors would experience.                                           0.5 CEU
10/15 (Thurs.).......................................Holiday Inn, Springfield
11/4 (Weds.)..................................Hilton Garden Inn, Lakewood
12/1 (Tues.).............Burlington EMS Training Center, Westampton

What’s New for Solar                                                    E130
Photovoltaic Systems?
Instructor: Ken Gauharou,
Electrical Inspector
This seminar is intended as a review of Article 690 of the 2008
National Electrical Code requirements that are necessary for the
electrical inspector. The seminar will address the articles and sec-
tions of the 2008 National Electrical Code that are required in
addition to that of Article 690 and how to perform the inspec-
tions and plan review of photovoltaic systems. In addition to
reviewing the code requirements there will be demonstrations of
material for solar photovoltaic systems with reference to the
applicable code. Inspectors will be provided with a more in depth
approach to understanding these systems. A 2008 National
Electrical Code will be required.                                      0.5 CEU
9/10 (Thurs.)................................................Crowne Plaza, Clark
11/18 (Weds.).....................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover
12/15 (Tues.)............................................Ramada Inn, Vineland

2008 NEC Changes (2 day)                                                E132
Instructor: Grayboy, James Stallcup
This seminar is a PowerPoint presentation of clear, helpful illus-
trations that presents vital information not only to inspectors,
but other industry professionals and will provide a sounding tech-
nical foundation for applying the Code. The objective being, to
assist licensed construction code enforcement officials in meeting
their education requirements and to take this knowledge and
apply immediately, if necessary, to actual work situations.
                                               1.0 CEU for 2 days
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11/19 (Thurs.) & 11/20 (Fri.)..................Holiday Inn, Cherry Hill
12/16 (Weds.) & 12/17 (Thurs.)................Executive Inn, Fairfield

Wiring Methods, Acceptance                 D107/E135
Inspection & Testing for Fire Pumps, Emergency &
Standby Systems
Instructor: Davidson Code Concepts
This seminar will provide the student with an understanding of
the building, electrical and fire subcode provisions governing
these installations, and reinforce that through enforcement of
both subcodes is necessary to ensure that the systems function as
intended. Both the NEC and IBC provisions will be reviewed in
conjunction with slide examples and testing methods. Proper doc-
umentation of inspections and acceptance testing will be high-
lighted.Participants have the option of receiving fire subcode
(F356) duplicate credit for completion of this technical semi-
nar.                                                                  0.5 CEU
9/17 (Thurs.).........................................Holiday Inn, Parsippany
10/30 (Fri.).....................................Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton
12/18 (Fri.)............................. ..............Quality Inn, Toms River




                                  ELEVATOR


Escalators/Elevators New Technology                                     L033
Instructor: Bob Shepherd
This seminar is about Escalator/Elevator New Technology with
focus on MRL (Machineroomless,), Alternate Suspension Means
Inspection and Updates on A17.6, 17.7, and A17.1 2005. 0.5 CEU
10/9 (Fri.)................................................Holiday Inn, Somerset

Firefighter’s Emergency Operations                              D118/L034
Instructor: John O’Donoghue
This presentation will prepare the inspector for the changes to
the ASME A17.1/CSA B44 Safety Code for New Elevators. It will
focus on the Firefighter Emergency Operations, section 2.27.1
thru 2.27.9. The state of New Jersey presently enforces the 2004
edition of this code, and this program will highlight the changes
that will be in effect when the adoption of the 2007 edition takes
place. Participants have the option of receiving hotel multi-
ple dwelling (H023) duplicate credit for completion of the
technical seminar.                                                   0.5 CEU
9/23 (Weds.).......................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor
11/20 (Fri.)........................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover




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                                  FIRE


Fire Protection inspectors who also hold a Multiple Dwelling
inspector license may use any ONE of the following seminars per
three year license cycle for renewal of your multiple dwelling
license.

Ventilation and Combustion Air                                 D003/F120
See B160/M005/V007
9/25 (Fri.)..........................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor
12/9 (Weds.)............................................Hampton Inn, Denville

Proper Inspection of Firestop Systems                           D035/F237
See B284
10/7 (Weds.)............Fort Monmouth Officers Club, Fort Monmouth
10/27 (Tues.).................Bergen Co. Law & Public Safety, Mahwah

Understanding and Testing                                       D045/F259
Smoke Control Systems
See B326/M030
10/16 (Fri.)...........................................Holiday Inn, Springfield
11/24 (Tues.)......................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor

Chimneys & Vents                                                D049/F267
See B330/M031
9/23 (Weds.)...........................................Executive Inn, Fairfield
12/11 (Fri.)................................................Holiday Inn, Clinton

Combination Fire Service/Domestic                               D062/F284
Supplies
Instructor: Davidson Code Concepts
This seminar will explain the history of responsibility for inspec-
tion of these water supplies, the standards that apply, the infor-
mation that must be submitted with an application and the
inspection, and acceptance testing practices that must be applied
to result in code compliance. Participants have the option of
receiving plumbing subcode (P103) duplicate credit for the
completion of this seminar.                                       0.5 CEU
9/29 (Tues.)............................Middlesex Fire Academy, Sayreville
11/12 (Thurs.)...............................Panther Valley Inn, Allamuchy

Automatic Sprinkler Heads-Facts                  F294
and Misconceptions Updated
Instructors: William J. Lynn and Paul T. Dansbach
This seminar will review the classification of occupancies, and the
proper selection, application, and limitations of automatic sprin-
klerheads. The code requirements and inspection principles will be
reviewed by depicting compliant and non-compliant sprinkler
system installations. The seminar will also present required
acceptance testing for automatic sprinkler system installations.
                                                          0.5 CEU
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9/16 (Weds.).................................Lambertville Inn, Lambertville
9/25 (Fri.)..............................................Executive Inn, Fairfield

Fire Alarm Systems:                       D070/F299
Wiring Methods, Acceptance Inspection, and Testing
See E112
10/14 (Weds.)..........Ocean Co. Fire & EMS Training Ctr., Waretown
12/1 (Tues.)................................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights

Concepts and Construction                D082/F308
Code Requirements for Means of Egress Updated
See B408
12/17 (Thurs.).........................................Executive Inn, Fairfield
                                                NEW
Metal Plate Connected Wood                                      D091/F327
Truss Construction & Fire Performance
See B441
9/15 (Tues.)..................................Lambertville Inn, Lambertville
9/30 (Weds.)...............................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
12/4 (Fri.)................Burlington EMS Training Center, Westampton

Commercial Mechanical Plan                                       D092/F331
Review
See B454/P125/M056
9/11 (Fri.)......................................Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton
10/6 (Tues.)....................................Holiday Inn Express, Newton
12/17 (Thurs.)........................................Quality Inn, Toms River

Underground Storage Tank                                         D093/F332
Systems & Inspection
See B455/P133
10/21 (Weds.).....................................Hampton Inn, Woodbridge
11/4 (Weds.).......................................Holiday Inn, Saddle Brook

Modulating/Condensing Hydronic                                 D098/F345
Heat Sources
See B470/P129/M052
10/21 (Weds.).............................................Holiday Inn, Clinton
12/1 (Tues.).............................................Holiday Inn, Somerset

Residential Fire Suppression Systems                             D104/F353
See B489/H024
10/30 (Fri.).............................Cape May Fire Academy, Cape May
11/25 (Weds.).....................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor
12/10 (Thurs.).........................................Hampton Inn, Denville

Wiring Methods, Acceptance                                       D107/F356
Inspection & Testing for Fire Pumps,
Emergency & Standby Systems
See E135
9/17 (Thurs.).........................................Holiday Inn, Parsippany
10/30 (Fri.).....................................Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton
12/18 (Fri.)............................................Quality Inn, Toms River

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2009 International Building                  NEW               D110/F363
Code Update
See B508
9/29 (Tues.)...........................................Holiday Inn, Cherry Hill
10/15 (Thurs)......Ocean Co. Fire & EMS Training Center, Waretown
11/19 (Thurs.)....................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover
12/8 (Tues.)................................................Holiday Inn, Clinton

2009 International Residential                 NEW             D111/F364
Code Update
See B509
9/30 (Weds.)..........................................Holiday Inn, Cherry Hill
10/16 (Fri.).........Ocean Co. Fire & EMS Training Center, Waretown
11/20 (Fri.)........................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover
12/9 (Weds.)...............................................Holiday Inn, Clinton

2009 International Mechanical                   NEW             D112/F365
Code Update
See B510/P140/M064
9/17 (Thurs.)................................Lambertville Inn, Lambertville
10/8 (Thurs.)..............Ft. Monmouth Officers Club, Ft. Monmouth
11/18 (Weds.).....................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover
12/10 (Thurs.).....................................Holiday Inn, Manahawkin

2009 International Fuel Gas                    NEW             D113/F366
Code Update
See B511/P140/M065/V016
10/1 (Thurs.)..............................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
10/20 (Tues.)...........................Rutgers Eco-Complex, Bordentown
12/2 (Weds.).........................................Holiday Inn, Tinton Falls
12/18 (Fri.)..............................................Ramada Inn, Vineland

2009 IBC Significant Changes                  NEW              D114/F367
See B512
9/15 (Tues.)...........................................Quality Inn, Toms River
10/6 (Tues.).............................................Holiday Inn, Somerset
11/24 (Tues.).........................................Holiday Inn, Parsippany

2009 IRC Significant Changes                                   D115/F368
See B513
9/16 (Weds.)..........................................Quality Inn, Toms River
10/7 (Weds.)............................................Holiday Inn, Somerset
11/25 (Weds).........................................Holiday Inn, Parsippany

2006 IFC Fire Protection Systems                  NEW           D116/F369
See B514
10/22 (Thurs.).........................Rutgers Eco-Complex, Bordentown
10/28 (Weds.).........Bergen Co. Law & Public Safety Inst., Mahwah
12/1 (Tues.).........................................Holiday Inn, Tinton Falls




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2009 IRC Performing Residential                  NEW            D117/F370
Mechanical Inspections
See B515/P141/M066
12/3 (Thurs.)..............................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
12/16 (Weds.).........................................Quality Inn, Toms River

Automatic Sprinkler Plan Review                                 D119/F371
of Warehouse & Storage Occupancies
See B516
10/2 (Fri.).................................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heitghts
10/27 (Tues.).........Cape May Fire Academy, Cape May Court House
12/4 (Fri.)................................................Holiday Inn, Somerset

Module 6 - Warehouse Fire Protection                                   F372
Review (2 Days)
Instructor: Chubb Services Corp.
This two-day program provides classroom instructional hands-on
activities. This seminar will include: Hydraulically calculated
sprinkler systems, common problems, commodity classification,
general storage sprinkler requirements, miscellaneous storage, idle
pallet storage requirements, rack storage, additional commodities
part 1, ESFR sprinklers part 2, and it will be a hands on training.
The seminar is based on NFPA 13, 2002 edition with overview of
2007 edition. Students should bring NFPA 13 to the seminar and a
calculator.
10/7 (Weds.) and 10/8 (Thurs.).…..Chubb Training Center, Warren

2009 IMC Exhaust Systems                                       D120/F373
See B517/M067
10/29 (Thurs.)........Bergen Co. Law & Public Safety Inst., Mahwah
12/8 (Tues.)........................................Holiday Inn, Manahawkin

2009 IMC Core Topics                          NEW              D121/F374
See B518/P142/M068
10/30 (Fri.)............Bergen Co. Law & Public Safety Inst., Mahwah
12/9 (Weds.).......................................Holiday Inn, Manahawkin




                                  MECHANICAL



Ventilation and Combustion Air                                 D003/M005
See B160/F120/V007
9/25 (Fri.)..........................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor
12/9 (Weds.)............................................Hampton Inn, Denville




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Understanding and Testing Smoke                                 D045/M030
Control Systems
See B326/F259
10/16 (Fri.)...........................................Holiday Inn, Springfield
11/24 (Tues.)......................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor

Chimneys & Vents                                                D049/M031
See B330/F267
9/23 (Weds.)...........................................Executive Inn, Fairfield
12/11 (Fri.).................................................Holiday Inn, Clinton

Modulating/Condensing                                           D098/M052
Hydronic Heat Sources
See B470/F345/P129
10/21 (Weds.).............................................Holiday Inn, Clinton
12/1 (Tues.).............................................Holiday Inn, Somerset

Application & Inspection of                                     D099/M053
Radiant Elements
See P130
10/20 (Tues.)......................................Hampton Inn, Woodbridge
12/2(Weds.).....................Burlington EMS Training Ctr., Waretown

Commercial Mechanical Plan                                      D092/M056
Review
See B454/F331/P125
9/11 (Fri.)......................................Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton
10/6 (Tues.)....................................Holiday Inn Express, Newton
12/17 (Thurs.)........................................Quality Inn, Toms River
                                         NEW
Plastic Piping Systems &                                        D102/M060
Green Plumbing Systems/Products*
See P136
11/12 (Thurs.)...................................Days Hotel, East Brunswick
11/18 (Weds.)........................................Holiday Inn, Cherry Hill
12/18 (Fri.).............................................Executive Inn, Fairfield

2006 International                          NEW                 D112/M064
Mechanical Code Update
See B510/F365/P139
9/17 (Thurs.)................................Lambertville Inn, Lambertville
10/8 (Thurs.)..............Ft. Monmouth Officers Club, Ft. Monmouth
11/18 (Weds.)....................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover
12/10 (Thurs.).....................................Holiday Inn, Manahawkin

2006 International Fuel                       NEW              D113/M065
Gas Code Update
See B511/F366/P140/V016
10/1 (Thurs.)..............................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
10/20 (Tues.)...........................Rutgers Eco-Complex, Bordentown
12/2 (Weds.).........................................Holiday Inn, Tinton Falls
12/18 (Fri.)..............................................Ramada Inn, Vineland

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2009 IRC Performing Residential                NEW           D117/M066
Mechanical Inspections
See B515/F370/P141
12/3 (Thurs.)..............................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
12/16 (Weds.).........................................Quality Inn, Toms River

2009 IMC Exhaust Systems                     NEW              D120/M067
See B517/F373
10/29 (Thurs.)........Bergen Co. Law & Public Safety Inst., Mahwah
12/8 (Tues.)........................................Holiday Inn, Manahawkin

2009 IMC Core Topics                                         D121/M068
Instructor: IAPMO
See B518/F374/P142
10/30 (Fri.)............Bergen Co. Law & Public Safety Inst., Mahwah
12/9 (Weds.).......................................Holiday Inn, Manahawkin




                      PLUMBING


Combination Fire Service/                                     D062/P103
Domestic Supplies
See F284
9/29 (Tues.)............................Middlesex Fire Academy, Sayreville
11/12 (Thurs.)...............................Panther Valley Inn, Allamuchy

Plan Review and Inspection of                                         P122
Commercial and Residential Kitchens
Instructor: Fredric Reuss
This seminar will give an in depth review of all plumbing systems
and components related to commercial and residential kitchens.
Grease interceptor sizing and installation criteria will be reviewed
along with an intense overview of backflow prevention precau-
tions.                                                               0.5 CEU
10/27 (Tues.)..................................Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton
12/10 (Thurs.).............................................Holiday Inn, Clinton

Commercial Mechanical Plan                                    D092/P125
Review
See B454/F331/M056
9/11 (Fri.)......................................Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton
10/6 (Tues.)....................................Holiday Inn Express, Newton
12/17 (Thurs.)........................................Quality Inn, Toms River

Plumbing Barrier Free Requirement                                      P126
and Rehabilitation Code Interaction
Instructor: Fredric Reuss
All plumbing barrier free requirements will be reviewed and dis-
cussed relative to new and retrofit projects with a direct focus on
the UCC responsibility matrix to ensure accurate plan review
analysis as well as overall Rehabilitation Subcode interaction. This
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seminar will strengthen and provide consistent oversight in that
most every project has barrier free and rehabilitation code impact.
An intense overview of specific examples and compliance scenar-
ios will ensure the success of the seminar                              0.5CEU
9/18 (Fri.).............................................Holiday Inn, Parsippany
11/5 (Thurs.)..................................Hilton Garden Inn, Lakewood

Plumbing Code Concepts—                                                 P127
Inspection Techniques
Instructor: JB Engineering, Julius Ballanco
The technical requirements of the plumbing code are based on
field investigation, engineering data, and various research proj-
ects. The research developed the protocol that eventually became
code language. Understanding the engineering concepts and the
research helps inspectors to enforce the Plumbing Code. This pro-
gram will review plumbing code concepts including historical data
covering water pipe sizing, drainage system design, storm
drainage design, and venting. This will include the work of Dr.
Roy B. Hunter to the more recent studies at Stevens Institute of
Technology and Heriott Watt University.                              0.5 CEU
9/24 (Thurs.)......................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor
12/10 (Thurs.)....................................Hampton Inn, Woodbridge

Underground Storage Tank                                        D093/P133
Systems & Inspection
See B455/F332
10/21 (Weds.).....................................Hampton Inn, Woodbridge
11/4 (Weds.).......................................Holiday Inn, Saddle Brook

Plastic Piping Systems & Green                                  D102/P136
Plumbing Systems/Products
Instructor: Fredric Reuss
The purpose of the seminar is to review, analyze and discuss cur-
rent plumbing code requirements and manufactures’ installation
requirements as they pertain to plastic piping systems and evalu-
ate the many new “green” plumbing products and how they inter-
relate with the code. Participants have the option of receiving
mechanical subcode (M060) duplicate credit for completion of
this technical seminars.                                              0.5 CEU
11/12 (Thurs.)...................................Days Hotel, East Brunswick
11/18 (Weds.)........................................Holiday Inn, Cherry Hill
12/18 (Fri.).............................................Executive Inn, Fairfield

Understanding NJ Residential            D103/P137
Swimming Pools & Hot Tub Code Requirements
See B488
9/10 (Thurs.)..................................Hilton Garden Inn, Hamilton
10/8 (Thurs.)........................Holiday Inn Express, Newton/Sparta
10/13 (Tues.).........................................Holiday Inn, Springfield

Modulating/Condensing Hydronic                                  D098/P129
Heat Sources
See B470/F345/M052
10/21 (Weds.).............................................Holiday Inn, Clinton
12/1 (Tues.).............................................Holiday Inn, Somerset
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Application & Inspection of                                     D099/P130
Radiant Elements
Instructor: Mark Eatherton
This seminar will provide you with the basic knowledge of radiant
elements, what to look for with installation and inspection. You
will also learn about simple and advanced control strategies.
Participants have the option of receiving mechanical subcode
(M053) duplicate credit for completion of this technical
seminars.                                                        0.5 CEU
10/20 (Tues.)......................................Hampton Inn, Woodbridge
12/2 (Weds.)....................Burlington EMS Training Ctr., Waretown

2009 Plumbing Code Update with ICC Changes                    NEW       P138
Instructor: Fredric Reuss
All code changes to the 2009 National Standard Plumbing Code
(NSPC) as compared to the 2006 NSPC will be highlighted, clari-
fied and discussed. In addition, significant code changes to the
2009 International Residential, Mechanical and Fuel Gas code sec-
tions for which the Plumbing Code Official is responsible will also
be highlighted and discussed.                                          0.5 CEU
9/24 (Thurs.)..........................................Executive Inn, Fairfield
10/13 (Tues.)..............Ocean Co. Fire EMS Training Ctr., Waretown
10/23 (Fri.).................................................Holiday Inn, Clinton
12/16 (Weds.)...........................................Ramada Inn, Vineland

2009 Updates/International                                      D112/P139
Mechanical Code
See B510/F365/M064
9/17 (Thurs.)................................Lambertville Inn, Lambertville
10/8 (Thurs.)..............Ft. Monmouth Officers Club, Ft. Monmouth
11/18 (Weds.).....................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover
12/10 (Thurs.).....................................Holiday Inn, Manahawkin

2009 Updates/International Fuel                                D113/P140
Gas Code
See B511/F366/M065/V016
10/1 (Thurs.)..............................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
10/20 (Tues.)...........................Rutgers Eco-Complex, Bordentown
12/2 (Weds.).........................................Holiday Inn, Tinton Falls
12/18 (Fri.)..............................................Ramada Inn, Vineland

2009 IRC Performing Residential                                 D117/P141
Mechanical Inspections
See B515/F370/M066
12/3 (Thurs.)..............................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
12/16 (Weds.).........................................Quality Inn, Toms River

2009 IMC Core Topics                                           D121/P142
See B518/F374/M068
10/30 (Fri.)............Bergen Co. Law & Public Safety Inst., Mahwah
12/9 (Weds.).......................................Holiday Inn, Manahawkin




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                      MULTIPLE DWELLING



Maintenance/Occupancy &                                               H012
Building Standards
Instructor: Vince Lupo
The rights and major responsibilities of both owner and occupant
are the subjects covered in this seminar. Topics related to the
owner include a review of the four maintenance categories i.e.
general, structural, interior and exterior; managerial and mainte-
nance requirements; occupancy and building standards for natural
light and ventilation; and floor and ceiling requirements for
dwelling units located in basements, cellars, and attic areas. In
addition, the terms and conditions that occupants must abide by
such as willful acts, gross negligence and unit access, as well as
your duties and responsibilities as an Inspector are included.
9/17 (Thurs.)..........................................Quality Inn, Toms River
11/13 (Fri.)...................................Panther Valley Inn, Allamuchy

Lead Safety                                                         H013
Instructor: LEW Corporation
LeadBased Paint (LBP) has become a significant environmental
concern. As Multiple Dwelling Inspector, your responsibility is to
prevent or abate the hazards associated with its use. Current LBP
safety laws and regulations (N.J.A.C. 5:10-66.) will be presented,
with special attention given to lead hazard evaluation and abate-
ment, lead-safety maintenance, the definition of: “lead free”,
requirements for LBP complaints, dust-wipe testing in LBP hazard
evaluation and risk assessment and treatment procedures.
9/29 (Tues.)................................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights
10/23 (Fri.)........................................Hampton Inn, Woodbridge

Fire Safety Retrofit                                               H016
Instructor: Jack Daniels
Topics built-in to this seminar include: an explanation of how
standards for fire safety impact the Regulations for Hotels and
Multiple Dwellings; the requirements for alarms and smoke detec-
tors including carbon monoxide; the role that fire prevention has
in the enforcement of the Regulations and; the technical require-
ments that cover fire suppression, alarms, means of egress, interi-
or finish and trim and stairways and openings.
10/7 (Weds.).......................Holiday Inn Express, Newton (Sparta)
12/4 (Fri.)............................................Holiday Inn, Tinton Falls
12/9 (Weds.).......................................Hampton Inn, Woodbridge


Means of Egress & Fire Separation Assemblies                            H017
Instructor: Tony Scelsa
Proper means of egress is a significant factor when ensuring the
safety of hotels and multiple dwellings occupants. At the completion
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of this seminar participants will know how to calculate allowable
capacity for doors and stairways, the significance of maintaining
fire rated separation assemblies installed at the time of construc-
tion, units of egress and the affect of fire suppression systems on
the number of allowable occupants
9/18 (Fri.)...............................................Quality Inn, Toms River
9/30 (Weds.).................................Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights

Bed Bugs - What You Need to Know!                                       H021
Instructor: Rick Cooper
Bed bugs have returned! Fifty years after they were officially
declared dead, bed bugs are turning up in hospitals, nursing homes,
movie theaters, dry cleaners, schools, public housing and private
homes. This seminar addresses one of the great mysteries of modern
entomology - the sudden return of the bedbug. Methods of bedbug
inspection and control will be reviewed to help you understand your
role within the existing options of bedbug infestation management.
In addition, legal and financial implications will be touched on
through out the seminar.
9/9 (Weds.)...................................................Crowne Plaza, Clark
12/18 (Fri.)..............................................Executive Inn, Fairfield

Firefighter’s Emergency Operations                              D118/H023
See L034
9/23 (Weds.).........................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor
11/20 (Fri.)..........................................Ramada Inn, East Hanover

Residential Fire Suppression Systems                             D104/H024
See B489/F353
10/30 (Fri.)...............................Cape May Fire Academy, Cape May
11/25 (Weds.).......................................Holiday Inn, East Windsor
12/10 (Thurs.)...........................................Hampton Inn, Denville


DIRECTIONS TO FACILITIES
This brochure contains the directions to all facilities at which seminars
will be conducted. Keep this brochure to reference during the semester.
Maps will not be sent out.

ALLAMUCHY: PANTHER VALLEY INN
1627 Route 517, Hackettstown 07840                   908-852-6000
From GSP take exit 159 (80 West) travel 80 West to exit 19 (Rte.
517). At the end of exit ramp, turn left, travel 3/4 mile to the hotel on
right.
From Route 22 East exit at 33 North to 80 East and exit at Rte
517, follow directions above.
From NJ Turnpike take 280 West to 80 West, follow directions
above.

BORDENTOWN INTERNATIONAL MASONRY INSTITUTE
JOSEPH A SPERANZA TROWEL TRADES TRAINING SCHOOL
3281 ROUTE 206, BORDENTOWN, NJ 08505                609-291-8000
From NJ Turnpike
Take Exit 7 (Bordentown.) After paying toll, stay to your left and follow
Route 206 South. It is approximately 1.4 miles off the Turnpike on the
right hand side.

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From1 South/295 South
Route 1 South to 295 South/Bordentown (exit is shorly after
Quakerbridge Mall.) 295 South to exit 57B (Burlington/Route 130
South.) Go through first traffic light, immediately following this light is
a u-turn/jug-handle. Take this jug-handle and go straight across Route
130 onto Dunns Mill Road. Dunns Mill Road dead ends at a traffic light
on Route 206 - turn right at this light onto Route 206. IMI is approxi-
mately 2 miles from this point on 206 South.
From 295 North
Get off at exit 56 (Ft. Dix/McGuire Air Force Base.) Turn right off of exit
ramp and follow to the end until you come to a T - make a left and fol-
low to traffic signal. Turn right at light onto Route 206 South. IMI is
approximately 1.4 miles from this point on 206 South.

BORDENTOWN: RUTGERS ECOCOMPLEX
1200 Florence-Columbus Rd                           609-499-3600
From NJ Turnpike take Exit 7 to Rt. 206 S. Stay on Rt. 206 S. for
about 3.5 miles (Past exit for Hedding). Exit Rt. 206 S. at Columbus-
Burlington Exit (Rt. 543). At stop sign make RIGHT onto Rt. 543 West
(travel about 2 miles). EcoComplex is large green building on LEFT,
before the second light.
From I-295 take Exit 52A (Columbus). EcoComplex is large green build-
ing on RIGHT just past the first light.
From Route 206 Northbound take Route 206 North past Columbus
Farmer's Market. Exit for the town of Columbus approx. one mile north
of market. At traffic light make LEFT onto Rt. 543 West (also called
Main St.). EcoComplex is large green building on LEFT, before the sec-
ond light.

BURLINGTON COUNTY EMS TRAINING CENTER
53 Academy Drive       Westampton, NJ 08060 609-702-7157
From the NJ Turnpike – take exit 5 to the traffic light. Turn Right
onto Route 541. Stay on route 541 and turn right at the 2nd light.
Take the jug handle for Woodlane Road, bear right. Stay on Woodlane
Road and turn right at the 2nd light (County Complex) Turn left on
Academy Drive and follow it back to the Fire Training Grounds.
From Route 295 North or South – take exit 45A (Mt.
Holly/Willingboro). Proceed to the 3rd traffic light and turn left onto
Irick Road.. Proceed ? mile and turn right at the light onto Woodlane
Road. Proceed to the 1st light and turn left onto County Complex.
Turn left on Academy Drive and follow back to the Fire Training
Grounds.

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE: PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING CENTER
173 Crest Haven Road                             609-465-2570
From the GSP Southbound: Make a left at the first traffic light (mile
post 11) on the GSP (National Guard Center will be on the left).
Proceed 1/2 mile on Crest Haven Road. The Center is on the Right
hand side.

CHERRY HILL: HOLIDAY INN
2175 Rt. 70E (Marlton Pike W)                     856-663-5300
& Sayre Avenue
From NJ Turnpike-Take exit 4 to Route 73 North toward
Camden/Philadelphia. Take the ramp onto I-295 S to exit 34B to merge
onto Route 70 West toward Camden/Cherry Hill. Make a U-turn at
Cornell Avenue South. Turn left onto Route 70 East (Marlton Pike W).
The Hotel is on the right.


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CLARK: CROWNE PLAZA
36 Valley Road Clark, NJ 07066                      732-574-0100
From GSP North or South – take Exit 135. Stay in the left lane,
Northbound- take the second exit off the circle, Southbound-take the
4th exit off the circle. The hotel is on the left.
From NJ Turnpike South – take exit 11 to the GSP North. Then follow
the directions above.


CLINTON: HOLIDAY INN
111 Route 173                                     908-735-5111
From Route 78 take Exit 15 - Clinton/Pittstown to traffic light and fol-
low Route 173 West to Holiday Inn on left.

DENVILLE: HAMPTON INN
350 Morris Avenue                                    973-664-1050
From GSP North to Exit 145 (Rt. 280). Follow Rt. 280 West to I-80
West. Take I-80 West to Exit 37 (Rockaway/Hibernia). At the traffic
light turn right onto Green Pond Road. Make an immediate left onto
Morris Avenue. The hotel will be on your left.
From I-78 West, take to Rt. 24 West. Continue on Route 24 to I-287
North. Take 287 North to Exit 41/I-80 West. Follow I-80 West to Exit 37
(Rockaway/Hibernia). At the traffic light make a right onto Green Pond
Road. At the next traffic light make a left onto Morris Avenue. The hotel
will be on your left.
From I-78 East, take I-287 North. Follow I-287 North to Exit 41/I-80
West. Follow I-80 West to Exit 37 (Rockaway/Hibernia). At traffic light
make a right onto Green Pond Road. At the next traffic light make a left
onto Morris Avenue. The hotel will be on your left.

EAST BRUNSWICK: DAYS HOTEL
195 Route 18 South                                   732-828-6900
From NJ Turnpike North or South take Exit 9. After toll booth bear
Left to Route 18 South. The Hotel is 1/4 mile on your right.
Route 18 North turn right at Eggers/Kennedy Blvd. Make first two Left
turns, hotel is on the Left (Entrance to Rear Parking Lot).
From Route 287 South to Exit 9 (River Rd). Follow signs to Route 18
South. Hotel will be 5 miles on right side.

EAST HANOVER: RAMADA INN
130 Route 10 West , East Hanover NJ                 973-386-5622
From Interstate 287 – traveling North Exit 39-Route 10, Traveling
South Exit 39A-Route 10 East. Follow Route 10 East for 5 miles to a U-
turn, after Ridgedale Avenue. Ramada Drive will be the second driveway
on your right.
From GSP – take Exit 145 to I-280 West. Travel about 7 miles to Exit
4A – Eisenhower Parkway South. At the 5th traffic light, turn right
onto Route 10 West. Continue 2 miles and Ramada Drive will be on the
right.
From Interstate 80 – take Exit 43 to I-287 South. Travel 2 miles to
Exit 39A – Route 10 East. Follow Route 10 East for 5 miles to a U-turn,
just after Ridgedale Avenue.. Ramada Drive will be the second driveway
on your right.
From NJ Turnpike – take Exit 15W to I-280 West. Travel 13 miles to
Exit 4A – Eisenhower Parkway South. At the 5th traffic light, turn right
onto Route 10 West. Continue 2 miles, Ramada Drive will be on the
right.



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EAST WINDSOR: HOLIDAY INN
399 Monmouth Street                                    609-443-8000
From NJ Turnpike take Exit 8, bear right after the toll toward
Freehold/Twin Rivers (Rt. 33 East); make first left at Woodside
Ave. traffic light. Hotel is directly in front of you.
From Route 130 South take Hightstown Circle. Turn left at sign
for Hightstown and Shore Points. Follow for about 1 mile, then
turn left onto Monmouth Street. Hotel is about 1 mile
ahead on the left.
From Route 206 or Route 295, pick up Rt. 130 North. Take 130 to Rt.
33 East into Hightstown. Pass through 2 lights: after second light, make
first right onto Monmouth Street. Proceed approximately 1 mile. Hotel
is on the left.
From Route 1 pick up Route 571 East into Hightstown. At light at end
of 571 make left turn; follow straight through next light; make first
right onto Monmouth St. Proceed approximately 1 mile. Hotel is on the
left.

FAIRFIELD: FAIRFIELD EXECUTIVE INN
216-234 Route 46 East                                 973-575-7700
From Route 80 Eastbound take Exit 47B - Route 46
East/Montclair, The Caldwells. Follow through 3 traffic lights.
Hotel is 7/10 mile past third traffic light on right.
From GSP Northbound take Exit 153B to Route 3 West. Get onto
Route 46 West. Take Gately Overpass exit over bridge. Turn right
at stop sign. Proceed onto Route 46 East. Hotel is on right.

FT. MONMOUTH: OFFICERS CLUB
Tinton Road/Rte. 537                                  732-532-4520
From GSP North or South take Exit 105. Bear left off exit ramp (follow
sign to Long Branch/Eatontown/Hwy 36). Go through the first traffic
light and take jughandle to Hope Road (Ft. Monmouth signs). At third
traffic light, turn right onto Tinton Ave. The Officers' Club/Gibbs Hall is
just past the golf course on the right.
From NJ Turnpike Southbound take Exit 11 to GSP South. Follow
directions above.
From NJ Turnpike Northbound take Exit 7A to I-195 East to GSP
North. Follow directions above.

HAMILTON: HILTON GARDEN INN
800 Route 130, Hamilton, NJ                      609-585-6789
From NJ Turnpike North or South – take exit 7A to Interstate 195
West for US 130 South (Exit 5A Bordentown). Hotel will be approxi-
mately 1/2 mile on the right.
From Trenton/Princeton – follow Interstate 195 East to Exit 5A –
Bordentown to US 130 South. Hotel will be approximately 1/2 mile on
the right.

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS: HOLIDAY INN
283 Route 17 South                                   201288-9600
From GSP exit at Route 80 East. After approximately 3 miles take
Exit 64 onto Route 17 South. Hotel is on right.
From NJ Turnpike take Exit 16W to Route 3 West onto Route 17
North. Proceed through 5 traffic lights. Turn left behind diner
onto Route 17 South back to hotel.




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LAKEWOOD: HILTON GARDEN INN
1885 Route 70 Lakewood NJ 08701                   732-262-5232
From the North – take the NJ Turnpike South to exit 11. Take the GSP
to exit 88 toward Lakewood/Lakehurst. Merge left onto Route 70. The
hotel is approximately 0.5 miles on the left.
From the South – take the NJ Turnpike North to exit 7A. Merge onto
I-195 toward the Shore Points. Take exit 35A. Merge onto Route 34
South toward the GSP South (Brielle). Take the GSP South to exit 88
toward Lakewood/Lakehurst. Merge left on Route 70. The hotel is
approximately 0.5 miles on the left.

LAMBERTVILLE: THE INN AT LAMBERTVILLE STATION
11 Bridge Street                                      609-397-8461
From Route 287 North take exit 14B for Route 22 West. After about 3
miles, take the exit for Route 202 South. Take Exit 1 off of Route 202
South. Turn left at the first stop sign. Turn left again at the next stop
sign. You will be on Route 29 South. Turn right at the first light onto
Bridge Street. Go through 2 more lights and then turn left after cross-
ing the railroad tracks (do not go across bridge).
From Route 287 South take Exit 17 for Route 202 South. Take Exit 1
off of Route 202 South. Follow directions above.
From I-95 take Exit 1 (Lambertville – Route 29). Take Rte 29 North
approximately 15 minutes. Upon entering the town of Lambertville the
lanes change from 2 to 4. At the next light turn left – there will be an
Exxon Gas Station on your left. Go through 2 more light. Pass over a set
of railroad tracks and then immediately turn left into parking lot (do
not go across bridge).

MAHWAH: BERGEN COUNTY LAW AND PUBLIC SAFETY INSTITUTE
281 Campgaw Road                                     201-785-6013
From Route 4 West take exit for Route 208 North (bear right at
the split). Take 208 North to the Ewing Ave exit (first exit in
Franklin lakes). At the end of the ramp turn right onto Ewing Ave. At
stoplight, turn left onto Franklin Ave. Go approximately 0.5 mile and
turn right onto Pulis Ave (VFW is on the right at the intersection).
Proceed on Pulis Ave for 1 mile and turn left onto Campgaw Road.
Institute is about 1 mile North on the right.
From Route 17 North take the MacArthur Blvd exit. Turn left at
light onto MacArthur go to end. Turn right onto Darlington Ave
and make first left onto Seminary Road. Take Seminary Road to
Campgaw Road. Turn left onto Campgaw Road., the Institute is
about 0.5 mile on the left.
From Route 17 South take exit for Route 202/Ramapo Valley
Road. Take Route 202 (Ramapo Valley Road) South to Darlington
Ave. Take Darlington Ave North and bear right at the fork onto
Campgaw Road. The institute is about 0.75 mile on the left.
From GSP North and South take exit 160. Make a left onto
Paramus Road. Travel 0.25 mile, take Rte.4W/208N exit. Follow
the directions “Via Route 4 West” above.
From Route 287 North take exit for Route 208 South. Take Route 208
South to Summit Ave exit. At the end of the ramp turn left onto
Summit Ave. Proceed East on Summit to the first light and turn left
onto Franklin Ave. The next light on Franklin is at Pulis Ave. Turn Right
onto Pulis Ave (VFW is on the right at the intersection). Proceed on
Pulis Ave for 1 mile and turn left onto Campgaw Road. Institute is
about 1 mile North on the right.




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MANAHAWKIN: HOLIDAY INN
151 Route 72 East                                   609-481-6100
From the GSP South - Take the GSP North to Exit 63. Merge onto Route
72 toward Manahawkin/Long Beach Island for approximately 1 mile.
Stay to the right and as you pass Home Depot look for Holiday Inn
driveway. (Holiday Inn sign is set back from Route 72)
From the GSP North - Take the GSP South to Exit 63. Follow highway
72 east for approximately 1 mile. Stay to the right and as you pass
Home Depot look for Holiday Inn driveway. (Holiday Inn sign is set
back from Route 72)

MT. LAUREL: BIRCHFIELD FIRE DEPT. HQ
69 Elbo Lane                                            856-234-6053
From the NJ Turnpike take Exit 4 to Route 73 North. At Fellowship Rd
intersection, turn right. At fourth traffic light turn right onto Pleasant
Valley Ave. At next light turn right onto Church St After second traffic
light, turn left onto Elbo Ln. Follow Elbo Ln for about a mile. The
administration building is on the right, just before the firehouse.
From Route 295 take Exit 36A to Route 73 South. At Fellowship
Rd intersection take jughandle. At fourth traffic light turn right
onto Pleasant Valley Ave. Then follow directions above.

NEWTON/SPARTA: HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS
8 North Park Drive, Newton, NJ 017860               973-940-8888
From Route 287 – Take route 287 North to exit 22B. Merge onto US
202/206 toward Bedminster/Netcong. Make a slight left at Rt. 206 and
follow 206 to Lackawanna Pl / NJ183. At the traffic Circle take the 2nd
exit onto Ledgewood Avenue / NJ 183. Make a slight right onto 206,
a left at NJ94/Spring St/US 206.a slight right at NJ 94 / US 206/Water
Street and then turn left at North Park Drive.
From the GSP – Take the GSP North to exit 145 for I-280. Continue on
I-280 to exit 1 and merge onto New Road toward US-46. Turn left at
US-46. Merge onto I-80 West via the ramp on the left to Dover I-287.
Take exit 34B to merge onto NJ-15N toward Sparta / Jefferson. Turn
left at NJ 94 and then turn right at North Park Drive.
From the NJ Turnpike- Take the NJ turnpike to exit 11, merge onto the
GSP North and follow the directions above.

OCEAN COUNTY FIRE AND EMS TRAINING CENTER 200 Volunteer
Way, Waretown, NJ 08758                              609-242-8450
GSP Southbound: take exit 74 toward Forked River. Merge onto W.
Lacey Road. Turn right at South Main Street/ US-9. Follow US 9, turn
right at Lighthouse Drive and continue on Volunteer Way to the Ocean
County Fire and EMS Training Center.
GSP Northbound: take exit 69 for Hwy. 532 toward Waretown. Turn
right at Waretown-Brookville Rd./ Wells Mill Road. (signs for Forked
River/Waretown) Turn left at Rt 9, turn left at Lighthouse Drive.
Continue on Volunteer Way to the Ocean County Fire and EMS Training
Center.

PARSIPPANY: HOLIDAY INN
707 Route 46 East                                     973-263-2000
From Route 80 West take exit 47 to the first traffic light. Make
jughandle around Wendy’s parking lot and cross over Route 46 to
hotel.
From Route 80 East take exit 45 to first traffic light. Make a left at
the light. Make a right at first light approximately half a mile on right
to hotel.
From Route 287 North or South take exit 41A to Route 80 East.
Two miles to exit 45, follow directions above.
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From GSP Southbound take exit 159 to Route 80 West. Follow to
exit 47 to first light, follow directions above.
From GSP Northbound take exit 145 to Route 280 West to exit 1
(New Road) make right to first light, make left onto Route 46 to
first traffic light. Make jughandle around Wendy’s parking lot and
cross over Route 46 to hotel.
From NJ Turnpike take exit 15W (Route 280 West). Follow directions
above.

SADDLEBROOK: HOLIDAY INN
129 Pehle Avenue, Saddle Brook NJ                 201-845-7800
From the NJ Turnpike – take the NJ Turnpike North. Exit left onto I-80
Hackensack/Paterson. Merge onto I-80 West toward Paterson. Take Exit
62 toward Saddle Brook and turn right at Pehle Avenue.
From the GSP- take the GSP North to exit 159 for I-80 toward Saddle
Brook. Merge onto New Pehle Avenue... Turn right onto Pehle Avenue.

SAYREVILLE: MIDDLESEX COUNTY FIRE ACADEMY
1001 Fire Academy Drive                                732-727-0008
From Route 9 South cross over the Raritan River and take the South
Amboy Business District/Parkway South Exit. Make a right at light onto
Chevalier Drive. Turn left onto Main Street. Take jug handle for Kennedy
Drive. At stop sign make a right onto Fire Academy Drive.
From Route 9 North take Rte 35 North/Parkway South exit. Follow
signs for Chevalier Drive and Parkway South. Take Chevalier Drive to
Main Street. Take jug handle for Kennedy Drive. At stop sign make a
right onto Fire Academy Drive.
From NJ Turnpike South take Exit 11. Follow signs to Route 9 south.
Cross over the Raritan River and take the South Amboy Business
District/Parkway South exit. Make a right at light onto Chevalier Drive.
Turn left onto Main Street. Take jug handle for Kennedy Drive. At stop
sign make a right onto Fire Academy Drive.
From NJ Turnpike North take Exit 10. Follow signs to 440 east to
Route 9 south. Cross over the Raritan River and take the South Amboy
Business District/Parkway South exit. Make a right at light onto
Chevalier Drive. Turn left onto Main Street. Take jug handle for Kennedy
Drive. At stop sign make a right onto Fire Academy Drive.
From GSP South take Exit 124. Make right onto Main St., Sayreville.
Make first right turn off of Main St. onto Kennedy Dr. Kennedy Dr. will
turn into Fire Academy Dr. at the first traffic light.
From GSP North take Exit 125. At end of exit ramp turn left onto
Chevalier Drive. Make the second left onto Main St., Sayreville. Take jug
handle for Kennedy Drive. At stop sign make a right onto Fire Academy
Drive.

SPRINGFIELD: HOLIDAY INN
304 Route 22 West                                     973-376-9400
From GSP Northbound-Take exit 140 to Route 22 West. Stay on Route
22 West approximately 3 miles. The Hotel is on the right.
From GSP Southbound-Take exit 140A. Follow the signs for Route 22
West. Stay on Route 22 West approximately 3 miles. The Hotel is on
the right.
From NJ Turnpike Northbound-Take exit 11. Follow the GSP North to
exit 140. Follow the signs for Route 22 West. Stay on Route 22
approximately 3 miles. The Hotel is on the right.
From NJ Turnpike Southbound-Take exit 14. Follow the signs for
Route 22 West. Stay on Route 22 for approximately 5 miles. The Hotel
is on the right.
From Route 78-Take exit 49A/ Springfield and follow the signs for Route 22
West. Stay on Route 22 for approximately 3 miles. The Hotel is on the right.
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SOMERSET: HOLIDAY INN
195 Davidson Avenue                                 732-356-1700
From the GSP South - Take the GSP North to exit 127. Follow the signs
for Rt. 287 North. Take exit 10 (Route 527, New Brunswick/South
Bound Brook). Follow 527 North to the 1st traffic light and make a left
onto Davidson Avenue. The Hotel is 1/4 mile down on the right.
From the GSP North - Take the GSP South to Exit 129 (Route 287
North). Take exit 10 (Route 527). Follow Rt. 527 north to the first traf-
fic light and make a left onto Davidson Ave. The Hotel is 1/4 mile
down on the right.
From NJ Turnpike North and South - Take exit 10 to Route 287 north.
Follow to exit 10 (Route 527/Easton Avenue/ New Brunswick). Make a
left onto Davidson Avenue. The Hotel is 1/4 mile down on the right.

TINTON FALLS: HOLIDAY INN
700 Hope Road                                         732-544-9300
From NJ Turnpike Southbound - Take Exit 11. GSP South to Exit 105.
At the first light turn right onto Hope Road, the hotel is on the right
hand side.
From GSP Northbound - Take Exit 105. Bear left off exit ramp (follow
sign to Long Branch/Eatontown/HWY 36). At the first light turn right
onto Hope Road, the hotel is on the right hand side.
From Route 18 Northbound - take Exit 13A. Stay in the right lane. At
the first light, turn right onto Hope Road, hotel is on the right side.
From Route 18 Southbound - Take exit 15B. At first light, turn left
onto Wyckoff/Shafto Road. Go to 2nd light on Wyckoff Rd. and turn left
onto Hope Road. Hotel is about 1/4 mile down Hope Rd on the left.
From Route 33 East to Rte. 537 East. - Follow Rt. 537 East for 14
miles. Turn left at light on Wyckoff/Shaft Rd. Go to 2nd light on
Wyckoff Rd. and turn left onto Hope Rd., hotel is about 1/4 of a mile
down on the left.

TOMS RIVER: QUALITY INN
815 Route 37 West                                 732-341-2400
From GSP North or South – Take exit 82A onto route 37 West for 1
mile. Take the jug handle at Mule Road. Go east on Route 37. Quality
Inn is on the right side.

VINELAND: RAMADA INN
2216 West Landis Avenue                              856-696-3800
From NJ Turnpike Southbound - Take Exit 2 to Route 322 East. Follow
322 East to Route 55 South to Exit 32A. Follow exit ramp on to Landis
Ave. Hotel is on your left.
From South Jersey - Take the GSP to the Atlantic City Expressway.
Follow the Atlantic City Expressway to Exit 12 (Mays Landing Rt. 40W)
Follow Rt. 40 W. pass Rt. 50 and 552. Proceed 7 miles and turn left
(signs say Cedar Rd. & 540). Go straight thru next light; you are now on
Landis Ave. Go 10 miles thru the city of Vineland. Proceed 1 mile past
47 or Delsea Drive. The Hotel is on the right at the corner of Landis and
Rt. 55.

WARETOWN: OCEAN COUNTY FIRE AND EMS TRAINING CENTER
200 Volunteer Way                                 609-242-8450
GSP Southbound: take exit 74 toward Forked River. Merge onto W.
Lacey Road. Turn right at South Main Street/ US-9. Follow US 9, turn
right at Lighthouse Drive and continue on Volunteer Way to the
Ocean County Fire and EMS Training Center.
GSP Northbound: take exit 69 for Hwy. 532 toward Waretown. Turn
right at Waretown-Brookville Rd./ Wells Mill Road. (signs for Forked
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River/Waretown) Turn left at Rt 9, turn left at Lighthouse Drive.
Continue on Volunteer Way to the Ocean County Fire and EMS
Training Center.

WARREN: CHUBB SERVICES CORPORATION
LOSS CONTROL TRAINING CENTER
15 Mountain View Road                               908-903-2500
From Route I-78: Take Exit 33. Take Route 525 South less than .25
miles. Turn left at traffic light onto Mountain View Road. On week-
days, proceed to the Guard House and enter right-hand lane. Guard
on duty will sign you in. The Chubb cafeteria is open on weekdays.
The Training Center is a one-story brick building.




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