Why it pays to be able to demonstrate your understanding of structural behaviour

Author: Tim Ibell

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2 October 2019

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Why it pays to be able to demonstrate your understanding of structural behaviour

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Tim Ibell
Date published
2 October 2019
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The Structural Engineer
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Tim Ibell

Date published

2 October 2019

Author

Tim Ibell

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT

Members/Subscribers: Free

Tim Ibell introduces the Institution’s new Certificate in Structural Behaviour and explains the value of being able to demonstrate one’s understanding.

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2
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Professional Guidance Issue 10

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