Earn 7.0 PDHs
Moncton – March 28, 2018
Vancouver, May 1, 2018
The course covers deterioration mechanisms for marine structural materials; service life evaluation; structural assessment of existing structures and protection and structural repair. Existing codes, standards, and guidelines; heavy illustration; and case study will be discussed.
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The following is a list of courses that we have developed and presented throughout Canada. These courses can be offered depending upon demand or as in-house presentations.
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CSCE is developing soft skills training programs. The training will concentrate on “soft” factors not currently part of the engineering academic curriculum such as communication, writing and presentation skills and leadership competencies. Our goal is to offer civil engineers tools that would complement their technical training and make a difference to their performance, development and growth.
The following courses are available:
Management and Reporting on Engineering Studies
Writing That Gets Results
If you have suggestions for courses you would like to attend, please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR INSTRUCTORS
If you have state-of-the-art knowledge on civil engineering, regulatory, and/or management topics and interpersonal and presentation skills, we’d like to talk with you about leading Continuing Education seminars which may be accredited by EIC for CSCE.
We’re looking for seminars and/or workshops in all civil engineering disciplines and for professionals with solid training experience to present them. We offer the prestige of a nationally recognized program, monetary compensation, travel reimbursement, interaction with colleagues, and an opportunity to improve the practice of civil engineering.
Send information on your topics, experience, and training qualifications to:
521-300, rue St. Sacrement
Montreal, QC H2Y 1X4
T: 514-933-2634 ext. 4