Continuing Education On-Demand Webinars

All continuing education webinars have been accredited through NCSEA or AIA.

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Firestop 101: A Life Safety Issue
1:00:19

Get an overview of the major aspects of firestopping and applicable code requirements.

This course explains the need for firestop and provides an overview of how the model building codes are addressing the issue. Attendees should understand what firestopping is and why it’s needed, know the applicable code requirements related to fir…

9 chapters
1 LU-HSW
AIA
An Overview of Fireproofing Structural Steel
51:44

Gain a basic understanding of how to help protect structural steel in buildings through effective use of fireproofing systems.

There are various ways to protect exposed structural steel in the event of a fire, whether in an airport, shopping mall, or in a commercial building. This presentation will provide an overview of different methods of steel protection with a focus on…

7 chapters
1 LU-HSW
AIA
What's Behind the Curtain
56:19

Gain a basic understanding of how facade systems work in practice including attachment mechanisms, fire barrier & building code requirements.

A building’s facade can be one of its most striking features. Yet, behind the scenes multiple components are necessary to ensure the façade is safe and enduring. This course provides an overview of some of the necessary elements for successful fa…

6 chapters
1 LU-HSW
AIA
From Design to Reality
55:25

Learn what architects can do to help ensure the interior wall performance is achieved on the concrete deck.

Multiple jobsite conditions can reduce the performance of interior walls and create problems for designers, owners, and building occupants. Learn what architects can do to overcome these challenges and help ensure their design intent transitions from…

4 chapters
1 LU-HSW
AIA
Integrating Software into Anchor Design
57:58

Gain a basic understanding the means and methods for evaluating anchor systems, including hand calculations, load tables, and anchor design software.

There are various means and methods to approach anchoring application calculations. The purpose of this presentation is to provide an overview of these means and methods, which include hand calculations, load tables, and anchor design software. The p…

4 chapters
1 PDH
NCSEA
Power Actuated Fastening Technology
55:33

Gain a basic understanding of power actuated technology (PAF), including codes, standards and approvals with which the products must comply.

In order to convey this message effectively, the basics of the technology will be summarized, such as the way the tool works, safety standards to help to ensure user safety, and specific fastener characteristics which have been developed to advance t…

8 chapters
1 PDH
NCSEA
Fundamentals of Cast-in Place Anchor Channel System Design
58:23

Cast-in anchor channel systems can now be designed according to International Building Code.

With the recent introduction of the ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria AC232, cast-in anchor channel systems can now be designed with recognition under the International Building Code. This presentation will explain the provisions given in AC232 for designin…

7 chapters
1 PDH
NCSEA
Anchoring Principles and Design
55:27

Get an introductory overview of the adhesive and mechanical anchor market.

This presentation will provide an introductory overview of the adhesive and mechanical anchor market, including the fundamental principles of anchor theory, which includes applications and design basis. Various types of anchors, including product spe…

7 chapters
1 PDH
NCSEA
Post-Installed Rebar Design: Anchor or Reinforcement?
58:19

Recent revisions enabled an adhesive system to be approved for post-installing reinforcing bars.

Recent revisions to the ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria for Post-Installed Adhesive Anchors in Concrete Elements (AC308) have made it possible for an adhesive system to be approved for post-installing reinforcing bars per the development and splice provis…

5 chapters
1 PDH
NCSEA
Fundamentals of Post-Installed Reinforcing Bar Design
57:44

Gain insights on the design of reinforcing bars using qualified adhesive anchor systems.

This presentation will explain how reinforcing bars can be designed in accordance with the development and splice provisions of the American Concrete Institute ACI 318, "Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete", and post-installed using an…

6 chapters
1 PDH
NCSEA