Course Seven - Stability Design of Structures - Applying Modern Methods of Structural Analysis - Registration is now open!
Night School is a curriculum of courses on structural steel design and construction topics. Each course in the curriculum will consist of eight sessions presented as ninety minute webinars. Sessions will be offered on Monday evenings beginning at 7 p.m. Eastern time. Typically, a course will run four weeks of sessions in a row, have one week off, and conclude with another four weeks in a row, although this schedule will vary depending on the timing of holidays and other conflicting dates. There are two ways to register for Night School, either as an eight session package or as individual webinars.
Registration Questions? Contact us at email@example.com or 312.670.8311.
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|Course 7: Stability Design of Structures - Applying Modern Methods of Structural Analysis|
No longer available
||1 per connection
||unlimited per connection|
|Length of Session
||(8) 90 minute sessions
||(1) 90 minute session |
||up to 12 PDHs (1.5 PDHs per session attended)
||1.5 PDHs per webinar |
||1 EEU certificate upon passing 7 of 8 quizzes + final exam and attending all sessions
||"make up" (recorded) sessions available online for two weeks after air date
||live only |
||Available online for two weeks after air date.
Email with link sent two days after session.
||Link emailed two days after session.
1EEU - Equivalent Education Unit. Eight-session registrants who attend all sessions (live or recorded),
pass 7 of 8 quizzes and pass the final exam will be awarded 1.0 EEU. Earning an EEU is worth a maximum
of 12 PDHs/1.2 CEUs.
2CASE, NCSEA and SEI members receive the AISC member discount.
3Registrants who watch the recorded version (available for 8-session package registrants only), must take and pass
a quiz in order to receive PDHs.
This course has been approved by the AIA. AISC is an approved provider in New York (#5) and Florida(#0003884)