In order to be certified in a particular category, a candidate must display specific code knowledge by successfully completing and passing one or more exams. Each certification exam is developed by code enforcement professionals. These professionals begin by identifying the competencies (job skills) that they are required to perform on the job. They then break those competencies down into the specific tasks that comprise the job responsibilities. Every task is addressed with at least one question on the exam. Some tasks also include subtasks, which help to further organize the examination.
Five general competency areas are covered on this exam.
"Example" Area of Concentration 1
"Example" Area of Concentration 2
"Example" Area of Concentration 3
"Example" Area of Concentration 4
"Example" Area of Concentration 5
following screens will contain the tasks covered in this exam. Also
included are the corresponding code sections or other reference items
that pertain to the specific task. Understanding each task, and
studying the code sections related to each task, will help you to
increase your chance of success on the examination. The following is an
example of how the tasks, code sections and references are organized:
This information is included to help you assess your strengths and weaknesses in obtaining code specific knowledge. If you find that you repeatedly miss questions related to one or several of the tasks, you can return to that task and devote additional study time to the related code sections and references. Be sure to use this tool, it is an effective way to organize your study time.
Click on the "Next" button to continue.