This powerful program is dedicated to preparing participants to pass the Massachusetts Unrestricted Construction Supervisor License Exam (MACS).
In Worcester classes are held at:
Worcester State University
486 Chandler Street
Worcester, MA 01602-2935
on Tuesdays starting at 5:30 PM and finishing at 9:00 PM, one night a week for seven weeks.
Dates for this class are:
April 2, 9, 23, 30
May 7, 14, 21
There are no classes scheduled during the week of April 14th, due to spring vacation.
This course requires the following five books and two amendments which are to be used in the exam:
1. International Building Code 2015 (IBC 2015) 3-ring binder loose leaf edition preferred
2. 780 CMR Massachusetts Amendment package for IBC 2015
3. International Residential Building Code 2015 (IRC 2015) 3-ring binder loose leaf edition preferred
4. 780 CMR Massachusetts Amendment package for IRC 2015
5. International Energy Conservation Code 2015 (IECC 2015) OR
International Energy Conservation Code 2018 (IECC 2018)
6. 521 CMR, the Architectural Access Board Rules and Regulations
7. OSHA Title 29 Part 1926
Code books are not included in the price of the course and may be purchased from CCI or any vendor or your choice.
Code books purchased from CCI for students attending the current CCI series of classes include heavy duty three-ring mylar tabbed chapter dividers. Code books and dividers will be delivered to class for free, if purchased by the Thursday before classes start.
Ordering books after the Thursday before classes start will incur a delivery fee.
If purchasing your IBC or IRC from another vendor, we suggest you purchase the loose-leaf versions, because we organize them so that they are “exam ready.”
“Exam ready” books have sections and amendments added directly into the book, eliminating any time lost in finding them when needed. The order of information in the book is changed to expedite finding information and to make a logical flow of information for understanding the code. Sections of the code that are not applicable to our work are removed to eliminate any confusion on which section to use when finding information. In addition, full page tabbed chapter dividers provide a space to make notes of critical information relating to the chapter for the exam.
Soft cover versions of the code cost less, but are substantially less effective for the learning process and for finding information quickly. During the exam, quick is the key ..."exam ready" turns that key and saves substantial time.
If you have soft cover versions of the codes, we suggest that you shave the binding off and drill three holes in them so you may put them into a three-ring binder. The binder for the IBC should be one-half inch or more wider than required for inserting the altered soft cover code, to accommodate the materials we will be giving you to organize your book. The binder for the IRC should be be slightly thicker than required for inserting the altered soft cover code. Some Staples stores have the capability of shaving the binding and drilling the three holes need for the three-ring binder.
Books and materials may NOT be purchased at class. Instructors do not accept any form of payment at class.
You may use a payment plan to budget the cost of this program. You will have to put $324.95 down. Early registrants will have $164.95 AUTOMATICALLY deducted from their credit, debit, or checking account once a week for four weeks; late registrants will have $174.95 AUTOMATICALLY deducted. Manual processing of deductions incur a $25.00 fee.
To do the budget program you will have to call the office at 1 (508) 833-5207.
Early registration course cost is $499.95. Late registration course cost is $539.95. Early registration ends on the Thursday before classes begin.
Registrations for a class after the class has begun incur a $125.00 fee, in addition to the registration fee, to meet with an instructor, obtain the first class materials, and have a "Reader's Digest" version of the class presented.
NOTE: To register for the construction supervisor license exam, examinees must be 18 years of age or older; must provide Prometric, the testing agency, with their social security number; and must prove that they have at least three years of construction and/or design experience with their application for the exam.
Proof of experience is done using tax forms or notarized letters from people attesting to the experience of the exam applicant. Education may contribute up to two years of experience toward the required three years of experience. Click on "Student Information" on the Construction Certification Institute home page, statecertification.com. Next, click on "Candidate Information Bulletin" for complete details on preparing for and taking the state exam.
If you have question please call us at 1 (508) 833-5207, Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
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Worcester CSL Classes
- Product Code: UCSL_WORCESTER
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