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CISC Courses offer a wide variety of online training courses & webinars for steel professionals, practising engineers and architects, that are looking to advance their careers. Through a combination of training and assessments, CISC Courses are designed to conveniently provide the right competencies to develop advanced skills and knowledge in steel construction.
With CISC’s online training and course webinars, there’s not time wasted! Our compact steel related training sessions fit into the busiest of schedules and in no time, you’re back on the job using the wealth of relevant information you’ve gained. You can further focus on advancing your career, all while building safe and sustainable steel structures.
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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 second in a two level series intended and goes beyond to develop the skills necessary for the design of steel connections as related to the construction of steel-framed structures. Successful completion of the Connections I course is strongly recommended.
Seismic Design of Industrial Steel Structures + CSA S16-14 Annex M
This Webinar presents the seismic design requirements of the National Building Code of Canada 2015 and Clause 27 of CSA S16-14 as these requirements apply to industrial buildings. In addition, CSA 216-14 Annex M is introduced and applied to the design of pipe and process support structures.
Steel Erection Estimating
This webinar provides attendees an understanding of what goes into the pricing process of structural steel erection.
Budgeting Steel Structures
A webinar that will provide attendees with the information required to prepare cost effective pricing for steel structures.
What’s New – CISC Handbook 11th Edition and CSA S16-14
These webinar sessions cover changes in CSA S16-14 and the design of steel members and elements using the 11th Edition of the Handbook of Steel Construction. These changes will be covered within 3 sessions.
Steel Bridges – Design, Fabrication, Construction
This webinar covers the design, fabrication and construction of steel bridges based on CAN/CSA-S6-14, Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code. The design examples have been updated and new topics have been added including CISC Quality Certification of steel bridge fabricators and the aesthetics of pedestrian bridges.
Single Storey Building Design
This course focuses on practical and economical solutions for framing a single storey warehouse building with attached office area to the requirements of the 2010 National Building Code of Canada and the pertinent provisions of CSA Standard S16-09.
Industrial Building Design
Building a cost-effective structure takes extensive planning in order to successfully achieve. So, in conjunction with the third edition of Crane-Supporting Steel Structure: Design Guide and an updated design examples, we are offering an exclusive webinar course that provides a clear understanding of the most practical and economical solutions to framing an industrial building.
Acceptable & Alternative Solutions for Fire Protection of Steel Structures
This webinar will provide you the advanced knowledge to apply engineered solutions and use advanced calculation techniques, such as computer fire modeling, to design with safety in mind!
Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel (AESS) – Part 1
CISC has been working to develop a more comprehensive approach to the specification of Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel. This course serves to introduce the new CISC suite of AESS documents on the Design and Specification of Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel.
Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel (AESS) – Part 2
This course will look at the application of the CISC AESS Category system to a collection of prominent, innovative AESS structures, with a focus on detailing and connection strategies as well as best practices for use of the system during bidding, and construction.
Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel (AESS) – Part 3
This course will examine the use of AESS in more challenging projects, from the perspective of the inclusion of items such as large castings, curved steel, tension elements and eccentric geometries.
Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel (AESS) – Part 4
This course looks more closely at the creation of connection details to look at innovative ways to design high quality connections that can be classified across the AESS categories.
Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel (AESS) – Part 5
This course will offer detailed information pertaining to a logical approach to designing with perimeter diagrids that is based on comprehensive research into a range of existing projects.