CF231-00 Firestopping Principles
This course addressed materials and methods of firestopping in new construction. Students are trained in the nature of fire that contributes directly to the passage of flame and products of combustion throughout concealed spaces in floors, walls, and ceilings. Students are also introduced to tools, techniques, materials, and products involved in stopping the passage of fire in building construction.
- $37.00 (For members of a governmental agency with responsibilities for inspections)
- Please contact TFACA for non-member and/or group pricing.
Maximum Class Size
Required Student Materials
International Building Code (2012)
International Fire Code (2012)
National Fire Protection Association – Life Safety Code 101 (2012)
- Train students in the inspection of spaces where firestopping is required.
- Ensure proper compliance with firestopping requirements.
- Explore different types of firestopping products and materials.
- Explain installation methods of firestopping.
- Explain inspection principles of firestopping.