Code Council, SEAOSC Offer Structural Engineering Webinars

Words: Dan KamysCode Council, SEAOSC Offer Structural Engineering Webinars

The International Code Council (ICC) and the Structural Engineers Association of Southern California (SEAOSC) have collaborated to bring a series of timely, discipline-specific educational webinars on Structural Engineering and code-related topics to the ICC Campus Online. The initial offering includes six webinars:

  • Code Application of Slender Wall and Wall Pier Design
  • External Post-Tensioning of Glue-Laminated Beams
  • How Codes Change the Way We Construct Masonry
  • Christchurch Earthquake 2011 – A Study of Post-disaster Response
  • Overview & Application 2010 California Building Code (CBC)
  • Sustainable Case Studies

Webinar descriptions, pricing, and registration information can be found on ICC’s Campus Online. The webinars are available 24/7 to ICC Members and non-members. Additional webinars, created from live SEAOSC online events, will be added on a regular basis going forward. The new webinars add to the role ICC plays to serve its Members and the industry by providing expert training and certification in a wide variety of disciplines.

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