ICC Certificates of Completion Examinations
|Name||International Code Council (ICC)|
|Contact Information||International Code Council
Eastern Regional Offices
900 Montclair Rd
Birmingham, AL. 35213
Career Development Coordinator
|Name||Same as source|
|Can the instructor take this test?||Yes|
|Details||Pass any one exam:
Additional exams are available to re-test students in all disciplines at no additional cost. Within the students annual membership period students can take exams in any of the 6 disciplines without any additional cost.
|Number of Test Items||Contact credential contractor|
|Time Allowed||60 min|
|Cost||$25 annual student membership|
|Additional Information||Materials can be obtained through the International Code Councils website at membership pricing. The ICC website site offers free webinars, up-dates and daily constructed related articles concerning the construction profession and career paths available around the country. The code officials of Virginia will volunteer their time to give students and instructors presentations on the codes and their association with the construction industry.|
|Accommodations||All test takers: The ICC has always followed the accommodations of the facility providing the exam. Example: test centers, schools and convention centers are normally constructed to allow access to testing areas.
English Language Learners:
Possible Preparatory Courses
- Building Management I (8590/36 weeks, 140 hours)
- Building Management II (8591/36 weeks, 280 hours)
- Building Management III (8592/36 weeks, 280 hours)
- Building Trades I (8515/36 weeks, 140 hours)
- Building Trades II (8516/36 weeks, 280 hours)
- Carpentry I (8601/36 weeks, 140 hours)
- Carpentry II (8602/36 weeks, 280 hours)
- Carpentry III (8603/36 weeks, 280 hours)
- Electricity I (8533/36 weeks, 140 hours)
- Electricity II (8534/36 weeks, 280 hours)
- Electricity III (8535/36 weeks, 280 hours)
- Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration I (8503/36 weeks, 140 hours)
- Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration II (8504/36 weeks, 280 hours)
- Industrial Maintenance Technology I (8575/36 weeks, 140 hours)
- Industrial Maintenance Technology II (8576/36 weeks, 280 hours)
- Plumbing I (8551/36 weeks, 140 hours)
- Plumbing II (8552/36 weeks, 280 hours)
Standard and Verified Credits
A standard credit is based on a minimum of 140 clock hours of instruction and successful completion of the requirements of the course.
A verified credit is based on a standard credit plus a passing score on the end-of-course SOL test (or other test as described in the Standards of Accreditation 8 VAC 20-131-110.). A standard credit may not be verified more than once.
A student-selected verified credit is a credit for a course that includes a test approved by the Virginia Board of Education. (According to SOA 8 VAC 20-131-110.B, footnote 5: A student may utilize additional tests for earning verified credit in computer science, technology, or other areas as prescribed by the Board in 8 VAC 20-131-110.B.)
Student-Selected Verified Credit in Career and Technical Education
A student must successfully complete
- a course or course sequence that prepares him or her to earn a Board-approved credential, and
- the assessment required by the certifying or licensing agent.
Criteria for Earning Student-Selected Verified Credit
Student-selected verified credit will be awarded for credential examinations that meet all of the following criteria:
- Industry certification or licensure examinations that are approved to satisfy the requirements for the Board of Education’s Career and Technical Education Seal and/or the Board of Education’s Seal of Advanced Mathematics and Technology will satisfy requirements for student-selected verified credits.
- Teacher Certification Requirements: For students to be eligible to receive student-selected verified credits, their teacher must be certified by the issuing organization relative to the industry certification or licensure. In the case of a CTE program area where there are potentially multiple certifications, the teacher must be certified in at least one industry certification that is related to the course and/or course sequence. Exception: No teacher certification requirement exists for the award of verified credits to students passing a selected NOCTI assessment or an examination in the Pre-Professional Certification program from the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) related to their CTE program.
- A standard credit may not be verified more than once.
One student-selected verified credit will be awarded for passing each certification or licensure examination or occupational competency assessment that meets all of the above criteria if the student earns only one standard unit of credit in the career and technical education concentration or specialization.
Two student-selected verified credits will be awarded for passing each certification or licensure examination or occupational competency assessment that satisfies all of the above criteria if the student
- meets the CTE concentration or specialization course requirements for program completer, and
- earns at least two standard units of credit in the CTE concentration or specialization.
In September 2000, the Board of Education approved criteria for selecting and approving certifications and licenses to satisfy the requirements for the Career and Technical Education Seal and the Advanced Mathematics and Technology Seal.
The examination must be in a CTE field that confers a certification from a recognized industry, trade, or professional association. For the technology requirements of the Board’s Seal of Advanced Mathematics and Technology, students may elect to pass a Board-approved exam that confers college-level credit in a technology or computer science area.
- The examination must be standardized and graded independently of the school or school division in which the student is enrolled.
- The examination must be knowledge-based.
- The examination must be administered on a multi-state or international basis.
- The course of study for which the student receives a certification must be designed to prepare the student for an occupation or occupational area or for the college-level credit in an occupation or occupational area.
To earn a Career and Technical Education Seal, a student must
- fulfill the requirements for either a standard or advanced studies diploma, and
- complete a prescribed sequence of courses in a CTE concentration or specialization, and
- maintain a B or better average in CTE courses, or
- pass an exam that confers certification from a recognized industry, trade, or professional association or
- acquire a professional license in a career and technical field.
Board of Education's Advanced Mathematics & Technology Seal – Awarded to students who earn either a Standard or Advanced Studies Diploma and satisfy all of the mathematics requirements for the Advanced Studies Diploma (four units of credit including Algebra II; two verified units of credit) with a "B" average or better; and either
- pass an examination in a career and technical education field that confers certification from a recognized industry, or trade or professional association
- OR acquire a professional license in a career and technical education field from the Commonwealth of Virginia
- OR pass an examination approved by the board that confers college-level credit in a technology or computer science area.