Night School Course on Fundamentals of Stability Begins June 5

Classes begin Monday, June 5, for AISC’s new Night School course “Fundamentals of Stability.” The course comprises eight, 90-minute live webinar sessions, which all take place on Monday evenings at 7 p.m. ET.

The course will present an overview of the behavior of compression, flexural and beam-column members as well as an introduction to system stability. It will also discuss the behavior and design of bracing intended to resist failure modes.

Here’s a look at the full schedule:

Session 1: June 5 - Behavior of Compression Members
Session 2: June 12 - Design of Compression Members
Session 3: June 26 - Behavior of Flexural Members
Session 4: July 10 - Design of Flexural Members
Session 5: July 17 - Stability of Structural Systems
Session 6: July 24 - Design of Members Subject to Compression and Flexure
Session 7: July 31 - Fundamental Concepts of Bracing
Session 8: August 7 - Design of Bracing for Columns and Beams 

Attendees can either register for the entire eight-session package (one attendee per connection) and earn up to 1.2 CEUs/12 PDHs upon passing a series of quizzes and a final exam—or they can register for individual webinars, with an unlimited number of attendees per connection, and receive 0.15 CEUs/1.5 PDHs per session. For more information and to register, go to

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