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Candidates who obtain a CERTIFIED stage may use the designation Certified Canadian Building Official or CCBO.

Candidates who obtain all CERTIFIED stages may use the designation Canadian Registered Building Official or CRBO.

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Designations

  1. CERTIFIED-Housing

    Requires that a building official currently holds an ASSOCIATE–Housing designation and demonstration of the following practical experience:

    1. Appointed for a minimum of 2 years to enforce Building Code
    2. Perform a minimum of 60 Housing plan reviews and/or inspections
    3. Maintain a log that allows the Certification Registrar to verify that the inspections and/or plan reviews were conducted, and are relevant

  1. CERTIFIED-Part 9

    Requires that a building official currently holds an ASSOCIATE–Part 9  designation and demonstration of the following practical experience:

    1. Appointed for a minimum of 3 years to enforce Part 9 of the Building Code
    2. Perform a minimum of 60 Part 9 plan reviews and/or inspections (excluding single and two-family dwelling units)
    3. Maintain a log that allows the Certification Registrar to verify that the inspections and/or plan reviews were conducted, and are relevant

  1. CERTIFIED-Part 3

    Requires that a building official currently holds an ASSOCIATE–Part 3 designation and demonstration of the following practical experience:

    1. Appointed for a minimum of 5 years to enforce Part 3 of the Building Code
    2. Perform a minimum of 60 Part 3 plan reviews and/or inspections
    3. Maintain a log that allows the Certification Registrar to verify that the inspections and/or plan reviews were conducted, and are relevant

  1.  ASSOCIATE–Housing

    Achieved through one of the following three pathways:

    1. The building official has been granted a Class 1 Saskatchewan Building Official License by the provincial government
    2. Successful completion of the Building Code Training for Canadians – Series 1 training course and, have at least 2 years full time work experince in a related occupation
    3. Successful completion of the following training courses and / or ACBOA National exams:
      1. Legal
      2. Communications
      3. Introduction to Code
      4. The House – Building Envelope
      5. The House – Health and Safetyand, have at least 2 years of full time work experience in a related occupation

  1. ASSOCIATE–Part 9

    Achieved through one of the following two pathways:

    1. The building official has been granted a Class 2 Saskatchewan Building Official License by the provincial government
    2. Successful completion of the following three training courses and / or ACBOA National exams:
      1. Part 9 – HVAC & Fire Safety
      2. Part 9 – Structural Requirements
      3. Part 9 – Basic Plan Examination SBOA Building Official Certification Program 4

  1. ASSOCIATE–Part 3

    Achieved through one of the following two pathways:

    1. The building official has been granted a Class 3 Saskatchewan Building Official License by the provincial government
    2. Successful completion of the following five training courses and / or ACBOA National exams:
      1. Part 3 – Large Building Health and Safety
      2. Part 3 – Large Building Classification and Construction
      3. Part 3 – Plan Examination Strategies
      4. Part 3 – Life Safety Systems
      5. Part 3 – Fire Protection