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AISC’s 2015 Night School Starts with Course on Stability Design of Steel Structures

AISC’s 2015 Night School Starts with Course on Stability Design of Steel Structures

Looking to learn more about stability design of steel buildings and earn a few PDHs in the process? You’re in luck because the American Institute of Steel Construction is starting up a new session of night class teaching exactly that.

The 8-session class will happen on Monday nights at 7 p.m. EST, starting on January 26 and running through the end of March. Attendees will earn 1.5 PDHs per session attended for a total of 12 PDHs if completing the entire course.

The course will focus on review and demonstration of how employing modern structural analysis benefits the stability design of steel structures. Just a few of the topics covered in the class include modern methods of structural analysis, the AISC Direct Analysis Method, stability design, new opportunities and more.

You can choose to sign up for the entire 8-session course or just pick and choose from the sessions. You’ll be able to view the webinars live or recorded and earn your PDHs upon passing the required quizzes.

Learn more about AISC’s night class at Modern Steel.