19 January 2022 - 2 March 202215:30 - 19:30 GMT
The Institution of Structural Engineers Western Counties Regional Group and the University of the West of England (UWE) are running their series of courses on the material Eurocodes.
These courses are aimed at practicing engineers making the transition from British standards to the Eurocodes, and also graduates developing their design skills.
The course will take place across five Wednesday afternoons starting on the 19 January 2022.
19 January 2022 - Eurocode 0: Basis of design and Eurocode 1: Actions on structures.
26 January, 2, 9, 16 February and 2 March (spare) 2022 - Eurocode 2: Structural design.
Bob Benton MIStructE
Bob Benton is a chartered engineer with experience in designing building and civil engineering structures including bridges.
He is a visiting lecturer at the University of the West of England (UWE) and has also authorised educational material for the British Standards Institution.
The sessions will start promptly at 15:30 and finish at 19.30.The course will take place online, login details will be provided nearer to the course start date. Please ensure you provide a valid email address.You must provide a valid IStructE membership number when you register to receive your member discount.
Email - [email protected]
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