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On-Demand Courses

In addition to live webinars for continuing education, the PHRC offers on-demand courses to assist residential construction industry professionals in meeting ongoing continuing education requirements. Upon completion of all course requirements, you will be able to download your continuing education certificate.

The on-demand courses are available through Penn State Extension. If you have difficulty registering for a course or technical issues therein, view the Penn State Extension Help Center for troubleshooting.

Available Topics

Topics Coming in 2021-2022

  • All-Electric New Homes in PA
  • Adapting to Tighter Enclosures through Scopes of Work
  • 2021 PA Alternative Residential Energy Provisions Update
  • Adapting Stucco & Stone Assemblies to Changing Codes
  • Building Envelope Fundamentals: Part 1
  • Building Envelope Fundamentals: Part 2
  • Moisture Control Layers & Materials

Cost

Course pricing varies upon the length of the course and applicable continuing education credits available. Check the specific course webpage for its cost.

Continuing Education Credits

Depending on the topic, each course is eligible for continuing education credit with one or more of the following groups: AIA, ICC, PA L&I, and NARI. Many courses are also appropriate content for Pennsylvania licensed engineer PDHs. When appropriate, we will obtain preapproval for the webinar with the appropriate entities for continuing education credits, specifically AIA, ICC, and NARI. The webpage for each course will list the available continuing education credit opportunities. Be sure to review the specific course’s available continuing education credits to confirm. Regardless of the stated available continuing education credit, it is ultimately up to the individual to determine whether or not the webinar is appropriate to claim credit with a specific organization. Note: AIA learning units are pre-approved, but it is your responsibilty to report your credits to AIA upon completion.

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About

The Pennsylvania Housing Research Center serves the home building industry and the residents of Pennsylvania by improving the quality and affordability of housing.

We conduct applied research, foster the development and commercialization of innovative technologies, and transfer appropriate technologies to the housing community.

Pennsylvania Housing Research Center

219 Sackett Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802

Phone: 814-865-2341

Fax: 814-863-7304

E-mail: phrc@psu.edu