Structural Engineering Society of British Columbia

 

Current Term Course Offerings

April 2016 Term

The April 2016 Term will run on one Friday* and eleven Tuesdays on April 8* and April 12 to June 28.

Courses will be held in the Alma Van Dusen Room at the Vancouver Public Library, 350 West Georgia Street, Vancouver. All courses will also be available via live webcast.

E12 Design of Steel Structures for Seismic Resistance

One Friday* and 11 Tuesdays on April 8* and April 12 to June 28
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Mid-term break: May 24
Registration for this course has closed
Course outline

E17 Time Histories Interpretation and Processing for Dynamic Analysis

By special arrangement for BC Hydro employees only. Held on site at BC Hydro, this course will not be available via webcast.
12 Tuesdays and Thursdays on April 26 to July 14
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Course outline

Registration for the April 2016 Term has closed. To be informed of the April 20166 Term, please subscribe to our Seminars mailing list. (If you are an SEABC member, then you are likely subscribed already.)

Course Fees

Course fees (per course):
• Classroom attendance: $650 + GST
• Live interactive webcast: $900 + GST

Discounts (per course):
• $25 discount for SEABC members
• $50 "Early Bird" discount

Registration deadlines:
• The early bird cut-off date is Friday, March 18
• Registrations close on Thursday, April 7 for course E12 and April 18 for course E17
• Cancellations will be accepted until Monday, April 18 for course E12 and until May 9 for course E17 (see below)

Acceptance and Refunds

Submitting an application does not guarantee admission into the program. As each course is limited to a maximum of 35, there is a possibility that enrolment may reach its capacity before the registration closing date.

Applicants may withdraw from a course at any time prior to the cancellation date, and be refunded the full registration fees less a $75 administration charge per course. Refunds will not be issued for withdrawals after that date.

Enrolment Category

Students have the option to take a course for credit or audit:
• In taking a course for credit, all assignments must be completed and the final exam written resulting in a final grade of at least 68%. The student will receive a certificate for the course.
• For those who choose to audit a course, attendance at all classes is required, either in the classroom or via the web cast.  Completion of assignments and writing of exams is not required. The student will receive a letter stating that he/she has audited the course. 

More Information

For more information on each course, including course coordinator, instructors, contact info, communications and submission of assignments, class schedule and venue, please use the "view more information" links above and then download the Course Outline.

If you still have questions, please contact Shannon Remillong (Certificate Program Executive Assistant) at coursesseabc.ca or +1-85558-SEABC (+1-855-587-3222).

Student Code of Conduct

Download the student Code of Conduct.

Registration

Registration for the September 2015 Term has closed. To be informed of the September 2015 Term, please subscribe to our Seminars mailing list. (If you are an SEABC member, then you are likely subscribed already.)