Lean methods are increasingly being applied on construction projects from inception to completion and beyond. The goal of this online introductory course is to allow sheet metal journeymen and apprentices to understand the basic principles of  Lean in terms of  how these principles affect the way projects are managed as well as what the expectations of a Lean project are. This course will empower you to continue your journey of increasing value in everything you do on the job.

This course will take about 4 hours to complete and is eligible for 4 ICB CEUs.


California's Building Energy Efficiency Standards are updated on an approximate three-year cycle. The 2013 Standards improve upon the 2008 Standards for new construction of, and additions and alterations to, residential and nonresidential buildings. The 2013 Standards went into effect July 1, 2014.

This course will refresh participants knowledge of how to fill out and use the 2013 CEC Mechanical acceptance forms. Additional hands on training is required by the CEC to become a Mechanical Acceptance Testing Technician in California.

This course has been developed for individuals with a background in Testing, Adjusting and Balancing. You must be a certified TABB technician to become a certified Mechanical Acceptance Testing Technician (MATT). It will take approximately 24 hours to complete, you may start and stop this course at any point in the program.

California's Building Energy Efficiency Standards are updated on an approximately three-year cycle. The 2016 Standards will continue to improve upon the 2013 Standards for new construction of, and additions and alterations to, residential and nonresidential buildings. The effective date of the 2016 Standards is January 1, 2017.

This online class has been approved by the California Energy Commission and will prepare you to perform acceptance testing on equipment permitted after January 1, 2017. It was designed to be taken by individuals that have completed the Title 2013 course (classroom and hands on training).  

It will take about an estimated hour to complete this course, and it eligible for one (1) ICB CEU.

Note:  Equipment permitted prior to January 1, 2017 will be tested under the standards in effect at that date.