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Civil Engineering for Non-Civil Engineers

21 Professional Development Hours

After participating in this course, you will be able to:

  • Apply fundamental concepts to civil engineering works.
  • Employ materials and mechanics core principles in various civil engineering applications.
  • Assess information needed in civil engineering design.
  • Use robust strategy in temporary structures and civil construction.
  • Solve common civil engineering design problems such as in pavements and concrete structures.
  • Assess the condition of civil infrastructure such as bridges and its need for repair.

Description

Non-civil engineers involved in civil construction and infrastructure projects need to acquire a robust fundamental basis without the complexity associated with expert knowledge. This course covers the materials, mechanics and field construction and inspection aspects of diverse civil works including pavements, bridges, reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete, fiber-reinforced composites, temporary structures, and condition assessment of aging structures. The course introduces basic simplified theory then uses workshops and problem-based learning to reinforce field application.

Course Outline

  • Materials and section properties
  • Structural loads and mechanics
  • Pavement materials and design
  • Temporary structures and formwork
  • Reinforced concrete structures
  • Prestressed concrete structures
  • Fiber-reinforced composites in civil construction
  • Non-destructive testing of bridges
  • Assessment of in-service civil infrastructure

Who Should Attend

Architects • Non-Civil Engineers (Mechanical, Electrical, Mining, Chemical, Agricultural, etc.) • Plant Engineers • Fabricators and Manufacturers of Civil Systems • General Contractors • Property Managers • Directors of Physical Plants • Municipal Building Officials • Building Inspectors • Field Review Personnel • Project Engineers • Others wanting to know more about Civil Engineering.

Special Features and Requirements

Course participants are expected to have some elementary knowledge about materials, mechanics, construction and civil engineering works. Participants should have a hand-held calculator for solving exercises and to practice problem-based learning.

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SCHEDULED OFFERINGS

This course is currently scheduled on the following date. Click to learn even more details about this offering.

Online, 6/27/2022

Online, 8/29/2022

Online, 12/14/2022

COURSE CREDIT

Almost all of EPIC's courses offer :

  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and
  • Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

These course credits will help attendees earn training requirements for their associations or provincial governing bodies.

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