We offer a programme of events online, at our London HQ and around the world including:
and tailored training for structural engineers including:
Exam preparation courses
This course equips practising engineers to undertake the full structural design of a building, including designing a robust building to avoid disproportionate collapse. The course covers designing buildings of Class 1 – 2B and alterations/change of use of existing buildings.
An introduction to structural concepts and how their implementation can lead to physical measure for creating desirable distributions of internal forces in structures which can assist in the process of designing against deflection.
The current demand for many floors is open plan, slender and lightweight. As such, vibration and not strength govern their design. This course will equip engineers to appreciate state-of-the-art vibration serviceability design and assessment for low-frequency, high-frequency floors, cross-laminated timber and other lightweight floors and best practice in testing and mitigation.
This one-day, online course offers an introduction to timber design to Eurocode 5.
This one-day, online, practical course introduces timber connections in detail and several other advanced topics in timber design to Eurocode 5.
An one day CM/AM Exam preparation course offered by the East Anglian Regional Group.
Through case studies of practical issues arising from commercial contracts, this introductory one-day, online course outlines the essential terminology of commercial contract, and it explains the essentials of contractual relationships.
This popular course provides a theoretical framework for understanding conceptual design in the context of structural engineering.
This advanced one-day, in-person course enables engineers of middle and senior levels to understand the complex commercial contracts, analyse issues and possible legal implications, and confidently formulate new negotiating strategy.
This practical, two-half-days, online course introduces engineers to various computational design methods and systems.
This course introduces EN 1991-1-4 for determining wind actions on structures. It outlines the basic principles behind the code and covers each step of the procedure for calculating the wind loads on structures. Attention is given to important features introduced by the UK NA.
This two-day, online course shows engineers how to arrive at a qualitative solution to both create a structure and check computer results.