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Upcoming Code Enforcement Classes

Intersession 2017

33534 PBLC 086, Basic Code Enforcement Officer, 01/23-01/27/17 (1 unit)

This basic code enforcement class is designed to provide standardized academic and professional training for current California code enforcement officers or individuals seeking employment as a code enforcement officer. Course topics include enforcement ethics, inspection best-practices, planning and zoning, basic construction concepts, vehicle abatement, right of entry, inspection warrants, documenting investigations, and legal aspects of criminal, civil, and administrative case preparation.
Grade: Pass/No Pass


Spring 2017

33535 PBLC 087, Intermediate Code Enforcement Officer, 03/13-03/17/17 (1 unit)

The intermediate code enforcement class is designed to provide standardized academic and professional training for current California code enforcement officers or individuals seeking employment as a code enforcement officer. Course topics include the abatement of sub-standard or hazardous buildings, hazardous materials, residential construction, use of force, self-defense and chemical agents, criminal law, and methods to collaborate with the community.
Grade: Pass/No Pass

33536 PBLC 088, Advanced Code Enforcement Officer, 04/24-04/28/17 (1 unit)

The advanced code enforcement course is designed to provide standardized academic and professional training for current California code enforcement officers or individuals seeking employment as a code enforcement officer. Course topics include effective communications, vectors and animal safety, developing staff reports and new ordinances, building, residential, mechanical, plumbing, and fire codes, and gang and drug awareness and officer safety. Optional field trips may be included.
Grade: Pass/No Pass

33540 PBLC 089, Code Enforcement Officer Supervision, 06/05-06/09/17 (1 unit)

The supervisory course is designed for prospective, new and current Code Enforcement Officers. Those in related jobs will find supervision skills and knowledge used in the code enforcement departments of cities and counties helpful. Course topics include: budgeting, community relations and the media, human resource issues and employee counseling, leadership, communication, cost recovery and report writing.
Grade: Pass/No Pass