AISC Live Webinars offer the opportunity to learn about a great variety of steel construction topics from industry experts without leaving the office. Registrants will be able to submit questions to the presenter during the online presentation.
Nov. 5, 2020: Designing Built-Up Flexural Members, presented by Louis F. Geschwindner. Registration is open!
Nov. 10, 2020: Line Girder Analysis for Skewed Straight Steel I-Girder Bridges, presented by Dennis Golabek and Donald W. White. Registration is open!
Nov. 30 - Dec. 4, 2020: Seismic Design Manual Virtual Seminar, presented by Thomas M. Sabol. Registration is open!
Night School is a curriculum of courses on structural steel design and construction topics. Each course consists of eight sessions presented as ninety-minute webinars.
Fall Night School starts October 6! Registration is open! Modern Methods for Learning the Basics of Structural Stability: From Behavior to Practice, presented by Ronald D. Ziemian, PE, PhD and Craig E. Quadrato, PE, PhD. This course will use a unique active learning approach, and will review case studies from practice!
To check out our summer Night School, which just wrapped up, visit: Topics on Industrial Building Design and Design of Non-Building Structures.
Attend an AISC In-Person Seminar to discover how to get the most out of your professional development. If your company or organization is interested in hosting an onsite contract seminar, AISC can arrange this.
The AISC Education Archives contains a collection of recorded webinars, conference proceedings and articles that can be accessed at any time. All recordings are free to view. Credit can be earned for select courses through purchasing and passing a quiz.
AISC offers a free service that provides speakers on a variety of practical steel topics for architects and engineers. Steel Talks are 60 minutes.