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This course is the first in a two level series intended to develop the skills necessary for the design of steel connections as related to the construction of steel-framed structures.
This course is the third in a four level series intended to develop the skills necessary for the design of steel connections. A professional engineer (structural) who completes the course and passes the exam will be designated by CISC as an Accredited Steel Connections Designer.
This CEU eligible webinar recording overviews how the fire protection requirements of the National Building Code are applied to steel-framed buildings. Topics include intumescent coatings, sprayed materials, rigid boards, concrete-filling, along with performance-based fire protection engineering.
A 3-day course and optional 3-hour exam. A course participant who achieves an 80% grade on the final exam will be designated as a CISC Accredited Steel Inspector - Steel Buildings.
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