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Prince George - 21 Credit - 3 Day Window and Door

Tuesday, October 9, 2018 - 9:00 AM

Window and Door Installation Endorsement for New Construction 3 Day Seminar This course is being held at Prince George Conference and Civic Centre. This course will be partial classroom learning but will also be physical hands on tools training.

Day 1: The students will be required to install windows and doors using their current method of installation. After this students will sit down for a classroom based introduction to window and door installations under the BC Building Code. This will also be a classroom based instruction on understanding North American fenestration standard (NAFS) window and door installation requirements under the BC Building Code. The afternoon will begin with an in depth classroom instruction on sealant, joint profiling, backer rods, bond breakers and material compatibility for windows and doors. Following the classroom discussion students will now perform installation of window and door blanks into test walls using BC Building Code methods using physical hands on tools training.

Day 2: Students will begin with a classroom based lecture reviewing various testing methods of window and door installation for rain water penetration, structural and air leakage. Students will now be asked to perform installation of various window and door blanks into different test walls and using BC Building Code methods using physical hands on tools training. Students will finish installation of various window and door blanks.

Day 3: The entire day will be devoted to testing and performance review of previously installed windows and doors for various wall assemblies, air barriers and cladding types. Students will finish testing and evaluating followed by a review on how and why the different methods of window and door installation performed as they did in testing. 

PLEASE NOTE: Safety Equipment is required while attending this course

Steel Toe Boots must be worn.

October 9 – 11 9am to 5pm

$945 for full 3 days 21 CPD Credits

This course is Pre-Approved by BC Housing

 

CPD at Sea | Cruise & Learn on Norwegian Bliss, Mexican Riviera from Los Angeles

October 13 - 20, 2018

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 1

Cladding attachment requirements under Part 9 of the BC Building Code

Part 2

Installing light weight cladding including vinyl and metal

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

Part 5

Installing bonded heavy cladding including stone veneer

Part 6

Installing alternate cladding and finishes including Masonry Veneer, EIFS, SIPs, ICF & Mass Wall

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

A unique and enjoyable opportunity to earn your required CPD points while on a Mexican Riviera Cruise departing from Los Angeles!
Education occurs during “at sea” days with evenings and port of call days to help you refresh and recharge!
Take a wonderful working vacation where family is welcome to come along or make it a company team-building event!

EMBARK Los Angeles
Ports of call:
– Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
– Mazatlan, Mexico
– Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
DISEMBARK Los Angeles

Our cruise specialist will work with you to make this a memorable event. Spaces are limited so reserve your spot early! Need more info? click here

 

Vancouver Fall/Winter 2018/2019 1,2 Series | 7 CPD Credits

Wed, October 24, 2018 | 8AM - 4PM

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 1

Cladding attachment requirements under Part 9 of the BC Building Code

Part 2

Installing light weight cladding including vinyl and metal

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Vancouver 14 CPD Fall/Winter 2018/2019 Series 1, 2, 3, 4

Wed Oct 24, 2018 | Thur Oct 25, 2018

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 1

Cladding attachment requirements under Part 9 of the BC Building Code

Part 2

Installing light weight cladding including vinyl and metal

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

2 Day 14 CPD Credit Course – $645 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

2 Day 14 CPD Credit Course – $675 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from Sept 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Vancouver Fall/Winter 2018/2019 3,4 Series | 7 CPD Credits

Thur, October 25, 2018 | 8AM - 4PM

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Centre For Excellence 21 Credit Weekend - 3 Day Window and Door

Friday, October 26, 2018 - 8:00 AM

Window and Door Installation Endorsement for New Construction 3 Day Seminar This course is being held at our new BIR Centre of Excellence in Port Coquitlam. This course will be partial classroom learning but will also be physical hands on tools training.

Day 1: The students will be required to install windows and doors using their current method of installation. After this students will sit down for a classroom based introduction to window and door installations under the BC Building Code. This will also be a classroom based instruction on understanding North American fenestration standard (NAFS) window and door installation requirements under the BC Building Code. The afternoon will begin with an in depth classroom instruction on sealant, joint profiling, backer rods, bond breakers and material compatibility for windows and doors. Following the classroom discussion students will now perform installation of window and door blanks into test walls using BC Building Code methods using physical hands on tools training.

Day 2: Students will begin with a classroom based lecture reviewing various testing methods of window and door installation for rain water penetration, structural and air leakage. Students will now be asked to perform installation of various window and door blanks into different test walls and using BC Building Code methods using physical hands on tools training. Students will finish installation of various window and door blanks.

Day 3: The entire day will be devoted to testing and performance review of previously installed windows and doors for various wall assemblies, air barriers and cladding types. Students will finish testing and evaluating followed by a review on how and why the different methods of window and door installation performed as they did in testing. 

PLEASE NOTE: Safety Equipment is required while attending this course

Steel Toe Boots must be worn.

 

Centre for Excellence - 10 Foot Wall Challenge

November 2 - 4, 2018 | 8 AM - 4:15 PM

The 10 Foot Wall Challenge – Construction 3 Day Seminar

Limited to 20 Students

This course is being held at our new BIR Centre of Excellence in Port Coquitlam. This course will be partial classroom learning but will also be physical hands on tools training.

This course has been in development for over a year and finally it is ready to change the way homes are built. The Home Building Industry has been told that all new houses built must be a Net Zero (ready) for energy in less than 14 years. There are 5 Steps to Net Zero that communities can choose as this transition takes place, and Builders are now faced with designing and constructing homes at all 5 Steps starting today.

The 10 Foot Wall Challenge is the Builders’ tool to success. This 3 day course is limited to not more than 24 students divided into 4 teams. When you book your course, you can pick the general above grade wall system that appeals to you (Double 2×4, single 2×4 with Continuous Insulation (CI), or 2×6 with CI), or wait until Day 1 and make that choice with your team after the Introduction Session discussing risks and rewards of each. When you arrive, a 10’ x 10’ frame wall will be ready for you to complete including cladding choice (vinyl, stucco, modified stucco, fiber-cement, wood or metal), Insulation (conventional or split) (blown cellulose, ½ or 2 pound foam, batt, rigid EPS/XPS, or rigid mineral fiber), Capillary Break, Flashings, Sealants, Sheathing Membrane, Air Barrier, Vapour Barrier, & Drywall finish.

The Wall that you work on is no ordinary wall. We have packed at least 1 of everything into it: Rim Joist, Leger Connection, Alcove, Windows, Door, Electrical/Vent/Hose Bib penetration, & Alcove Roof Transition. Day 1 and Day 2 will be hands on construction with 3D CGI graphics, 2D section drawings, and course assistants circulating to instruct you every step of the way. This is not a test of your skills (many Builders tell us that they swing a mean Cheque book). We will be there every step of the way to ensure that everyone succeeds with every detail. We will even qualify your success by spending all of Day 3 poking, prodding and testing to industry standards all of the completed walls for airtightness, rainwater penetration resistance, and structural performance. The testing is where the proving happens and our test rigs have been designed and built by our team of fabricators to dramatically highlight the forces mother nature deals out and how the walls fabricated by the class perform under these difficult conditions. Throughout all 3 days are short but important technical and budget discussions to round out this in-depth learning experience.

What you will gain from this course is the following:

- Understanding how well walls above grade will perform with respect to wind, water, and lateral loads,

- Awareness of risky approaches to higher energy efficiency,

- Relative costs, construction challenges, and complexity associated with different materials and systems used to achieve higher energy efficiency,

- Clarity of which above grade wall assembly(ies) work(s) with the unique combination of construction skills, client needs, and value deliverables that make up your business.

PLEASE NOTE: Safety Equipment is required while attending this course

Steel Toe Boots must be worn.

 

Victoria 7 CPD Fall/Winter Series 2018/2019 1,2

Tues, Nov 6, 2018

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 1

Cladding attachment requirements under Part 9 of the BC Building Code

Part 2

Installing light weight cladding including vinyl and metal

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

scheduled as follows: Day 1 – Nov 6, 2017 – Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM. Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Victoria 14 CPD Fall/Winter Series 2018/2019 1,2,3,4

Tues, Nov 6, 2018 | Wed, Nov 7, 2018

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 1

Cladding attachment requirements under Part 9 of the BC Building Code

Part 2

Installing light weight cladding including vinyl and metal

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

Day 1 – Nov 6, 2018 – Seminar begins at 8AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM. Day 2 – Nov 7, 2018 – Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

2 Day 14 CPD Credit Course – $645 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

2 Day 14 CPD Credit Course – $675 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event

 

Victoria 7 CPD Fall/Winter 2018/2019 Series 3,4

Wed, Nov 7, 2018

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

The seminar is scheduled as follows: Day 2 – Nov 7, 2018 – Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Surrey Fall/Winter 2018/2019 Day 1 Series 7 CPD 1,2

Tuesday November 20, 2018 | 8AM - 4PM

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 1

Cladding attachment requirements under Part 9 of the BC Building Code

Part 2

Installing light weight cladding including vinyl and metal

Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Surrey Fall/Winter 2018/2019 Series 14 CPD 1,2,3,4

Nov 20 and Nov 21, 2018 | 8AM - 4PM

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 1

Cladding attachment requirements under Part 9 of the BC Building Code

Part 2

Installing light weight cladding including vinyl and metal

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

2 Day 14 CPD Credit Course – $645 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

2 Day 14 CPD Credit Course – $675 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event

 

Surrey Fall/Winter 2018/2019 Series 7 CPD 3,4

Wednesday November 21, 2018 | 8AM - 4PM

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 3

A. Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

A. Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

scheduled as follows: Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Centre For Excellence 21 Credit Weekend - 3 Day Window and Door

Friday, November 23, 2018 - 8:00 AM

Window and Door Installation Endorsement for New Construction 3 Day Seminar This course is being held at our new BIR Centre of Excellence in Port Coquitlam. This course will be partial classroom learning but will also be physical hands on tools training.

Day 1: The students will be required to install windows and doors using their current method of installation. After this students will sit down for a classroom based introduction to window and door installations under the BC Building Code. This will also be a classroom based instruction on understanding North American fenestration standard (NAFS) window and door installation requirements under the BC Building Code. The afternoon will begin with an in depth classroom instruction on sealant, joint profiling, backer rods, bond breakers and material compatibility for windows and doors. Following the classroom discussion students will now perform installation of window and door blanks into test walls using BC Building Code methods using physical hands on tools training.

Day 2: Students will begin with a classroom based lecture reviewing various testing methods of window and door installation for rain water penetration, structural and air leakage. Students will now be asked to perform installation of various window and door blanks into different test walls and using BC Building Code methods using physical hands on tools training. Students will finish installation of various window and door blanks.

Day 3: The entire day will be devoted to testing and performance review of previously installed windows and doors for various wall assemblies, air barriers and cladding types. Students will finish testing and evaluating followed by a review on how and why the different methods of window and door installation performed as they did in testing. 

PLEASE NOTE: Safety Equipment is required while attending this course

Steel Toe Boots must be worn.

 

Centre For Excellence 21 Credit Weekend - 3 Day Window and Door

Friday, December 14, 2018 - 8:00 AM

Window and Door Installation Endorsement for New Construction 3 Day Seminar This course is being held at our new BIR Centre of Excellence in Port Coquitlam. This course will be partial classroom learning but will also be physical hands on tools training.

Day 1: The students will be required to install windows and doors using their current method of installation. After this students will sit down for a classroom based introduction to window and door installations under the BC Building Code. This will also be a classroom based instruction on understanding North American fenestration standard (NAFS) window and door installation requirements under the BC Building Code. The afternoon will begin with an in depth classroom instruction on sealant, joint profiling, backer rods, bond breakers and material compatibility for windows and doors. Following the classroom discussion students will now perform installation of window and door blanks into test walls using BC Building Code methods using physical hands on tools training.

Day 2: Students will begin with a classroom based lecture reviewing various testing methods of window and door installation for rain water penetration, structural and air leakage. Students will now be asked to perform installation of various window and door blanks into different test walls and using BC Building Code methods using physical hands on tools training. Students will finish installation of various window and door blanks.

Day 3: The entire day will be devoted to testing and performance review of previously installed windows and doors for various wall assemblies, air barriers and cladding types. Students will finish testing and evaluating followed by a review on how and why the different methods of window and door installation performed as they did in testing. 

PLEASE NOTE: Safety Equipment is required while attending this course

Steel Toe Boots must be worn.

 

CPD at Sea | Cruise & Learn Baltic Europe from Denmark

July 13 - 22, 2019

A unique and enjoyable opportunity to earn your required CPD points while on an BalticEurope Cruise departing from Copenhagen Denmark
Education occurs during “at sea” days with evenings and port of call days to help you refresh and recharge! We will have 2 hour sessions following two ports of call and they are optional as we will provide an online version
Take a wonderful working vacation where family is welcome to come along or make it a company team-building event!
Curriculum: TBA (20 credits)
based on the latest building codes as presented by Murray Frank.
EMBARK Copenhagen, Denmark
Ports of call:
– Berlin, Germany
– Tallinn, Estonia
– St. Petersburg, Russia (overnight)
- Helsinki, Finland
– Stockholm, Sweden
DISEMBARK Copenhagen, Denmark

Our cruise specialist will work with you to make this a memorable event. Spaces are limited so reserve your spot early! Need more info? click here

 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 1.01WP | The Building Science of a Home - Part 1: Condensation and the Mechanism of Moisture Flow

On Demand Webinar PUNJABI

“THIS COURSE TAUGHT IN PUNJABI!!! Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 1 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 1, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

In the past, changes in construction methods and materials were minor and happened infrequently. It was fine to rely on ‘trial by time’ to prove what worked.

Modern construction sees dramatically different methods and materials with changes so quick, almost every home built is unique. Only Building Science can predict accurately what will work. This session will empower you to avoid costly mistakes. This module is A focus on the role of vapour diffusion control vs. the role of airtightness in controlling condensation within Part 9 construction.Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.
 

CPD by the Sea | 20 CPD - All Inclusive Resort Punta Cana

January 11 - 18, 2019

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 1

Cladding attachment requirements under Part 9 of the BC Building Code

Part 2

Installing light weight cladding including vinyl and metal

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

Part 5

Installing bonded heavy cladding including stone veneer

Part 6

Installing alternate cladding and finishes including Masonry Veneer, EIFS, SIPs, ICF & Mass Wall

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019


$800 Student Fee

January 10, 2019 Transat Flight

January 18, 2019 Transat Flight
Education occurs in 4×5 hour sessions with a day off in between
Jan 12 – 8am to 1pm
Jan 13 – 8am to 1pm
Jan 15 – 8am to 1pm
Jan 16 – 8am to 1pm

Enjoy January 14 & January 17 to yourselves and we depart home January 18th. Or Stay an extra at a great price ! Take a wonderful working vacation where family is welcome to come along or make it a company team-building event!

 

Centre For Excellence 21 Credit Weekend - 3 Day Window and Door

Friday, January 25, 2019 - 8:00 AM

Window and Door Installation Endorsement for New Construction 3 Day Seminar This course is being held at our new BIR Centre of Excellence in Port Coquitlam. This course will be partial classroom learning but will also be physical hands on tools training.

Day 1: The students will be required to install windows and doors using their current method of installation. After this students will sit down for a classroom based introduction to window and door installations under the BC Building Code. This will also be a classroom based instruction on understanding North American fenestration standard (NAFS) window and door installation requirements under the BC Building Code. The afternoon will begin with an in depth classroom instruction on sealant, joint profiling, backer rods, bond breakers and material compatibility for windows and doors. Following the classroom discussion students will now perform installation of window and door blanks into test walls using BC Building Code methods using physical hands on tools training.

Day 2: Students will begin with a classroom based lecture reviewing various testing methods of window and door installation for rain water penetration, structural and air leakage. Students will now be asked to perform installation of various window and door blanks into different test walls and using BC Building Code methods using physical hands on tools training. Students will finish installation of various window and door blanks.

Day 3: The entire day will be devoted to testing and performance review of previously installed windows and doors for various wall assemblies, air barriers and cladding types. Students will finish testing and evaluating followed by a review on how and why the different methods of window and door installation performed as they did in testing. 

PLEASE NOTE: Safety Equipment is required while attending this course

Steel Toe Boots must be worn.

 

Surrey Fall/Winter 2018/2019 Cladding Series 7 CPD 5,6

Tuesday January 29, 2019 | 8AM - 4PM

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 5

Installing bonded heavy cladding including stone veneer

Part 6

Installing alternate cladding and finishes including Masonry Veneer, EIFS, SIPs, ICF & Mass Wall

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

scheduled as follows: Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Centre for Excellence - 10 Foot Wall Challenge

February 1 - 3, 2019 | 8 AM - 4:15 PM

The 10 Foot Wall Challenge – Construction 3 Day Seminar

Limited to 24 Students

This course is being held at our new BIR Centre of Excellence in Port Coquitlam. This course will be partial classroom learning but will also be physical hands on tools training.

This course has been in development for over a year and finally it is ready to change the way homes are built. The Home Building Industry has been told that all new houses built must be a Net Zero (ready) for energy in less than 14 years. There are 5 Steps to Net Zero that communities can choose as this transition takes place, and Builders are now faced with designing and constructing homes at all 5 Steps starting today.

The 10 Foot Wall Challenge is the Builders’ tool to success. This 3 day course is limited to not more than 24 students divided into 4 teams. When you book your course, you can pick the general above grade wall system that appeals to you (Double 2×4, single 2×4 with Continuous Insulation (CI), or 2×6 with CI), or wait until Day 1 and make that choice with your team after the Introduction Session discussing risks and rewards of each. When you arrive, a 10’ x 10’ frame wall will be ready for you to complete including cladding choice (vinyl, stucco, modified stucco, fiber-cement, wood or metal), Insulation (conventional or split) (blown cellulose, ½ or 2 pound foam, batt, rigid EPS/XPS, or rigid mineral fiber), Capillary Break, Flashings, Sealants, Sheathing Membrane, Air Barrier, Vapour Barrier, & Drywall finish.

The Wall that you work on is no ordinary wall. We have packed at least 1 of everything into it: Rim Joist, Leger Connection, Alcove, Windows, Door, Electrical/Vent/Hose Bib penetration, & Alcove Roof Transition. Day 1 and Day 2 will be hands on construction with 3D CGI graphics, 2D section drawings, and course assistants circulating to instruct you every step of the way. This is not a test of your skills (many Builders tell us that they swing a mean Cheque book). We will be there every step of the way to ensure that everyone succeeds with every detail. We will even qualify your success by spending all of Day 3 poking, prodding and testing to industry standards all of the completed walls for airtightness, rainwater penetration resistance, and structural performance. The testing is where the proving happens and our test rigs have been designed and built by our team of fabricators to dramatically highlight the forces mother nature deals out and how the walls fabricated by the class perform under these difficult conditions. Throughout all 3 days are short but important technical and budget discussions to round out this in-depth learning experience.

What you will gain from this course is the following:

- Understanding how well walls above grade will perform with respect to wind, water, and lateral loads,

- Awareness of risky approaches to higher energy efficiency,

- Relative costs, construction challenges, and complexity associated with different materials and systems used to achieve higher energy efficiency,

- Clarity of which above grade wall assembly(ies) work(s) with the unique combination of construction skills, client needs, and value deliverables that make up your business.

PLEASE NOTE: Safety Equipment is required while attending this course

Steel Toe Boots must be worn.

 

Nanaimo 7 CPD Fall/Winter Series Cladding 3,4

Tues Feb 5, 2019 | 8 AM - 4 PM

NANAIMO: The Fall/Winter Series 2018/2019

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

You are registered to attend this 7 CPD Credit.

February 5 2019 – Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Nanaimo 14 CPD Fall/Winter Series Cladding 3,4,5,6

Tues Feb 5, 2019 - Wed Feb 6, 2019
The Fall/Winter Series 2018/2019

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 3

A. Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

A. Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

Part 5

Installing bonded heavy cladding including stone veneer

Part 6

Installing alternate cladding and finishes including Masonry Veneer, EIFS, SIPs, ICF & Mass Wall

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

You are registered to attend this 7 CPD Credit day.

Thank you so much for registering to take your CPD education points with us and we look forward to seeing you there.

Day 1 – Feb 5, 2019 – Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Day 2 – Feb 6, 2019 – Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM. Fees for Course:

2 Day 14 CPD Credit Course – $645 (June 1,2018 to One Week Prior to the Event

$675 ( One Week Prior to the Event)

 

Nanaimo 7 CPD Fall/Winter Cladding Series 5,6

Wed Feb 6, 2018 | 8 AM - 4 PM

: NANAIMO: The Fall/Winter Series 2018/2019

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 5

Installing bonded heavy cladding including stone veneer

Part 6

Installing alternate cladding and finishes including Masonry Veneer, EIFS, SIPs, ICF & Mass Wall

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

You are registered to attend this 7 CPD Credit.

February 6, 2019 – Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Thank you so much for registering to take your CPD education points with us and we look forward to seeing you there.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Vancouver Fall/Winter 2018/2019 3,4 Series | 7 CPD Credits

Tues, February 19, 2019| 8AM - 4PM

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Vancouver 14 CPD Fall/Winter 2018/2019 Cladding Series 3, 4, 5, 6

Tues Feb 19, 2019 | Wed Feb 20, 2019

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 3

A. Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

A. Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

Part 5

Installing bonded heavy cladding including stone veneer

Part 6

Installing alternate cladding and finishes including Masonry Veneer, EIFS, SIPs, ICF & Mass Wall

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

2 Day 14 CPD Credit Course – $645 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

2 Day 14 CPD Credit Course – $675 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Vancouver Fall/Winter 2018/2019 Cladding 5,6 Series | 7 CPD Credits

Wed, February 20, 2019 | 8AM - 4PM

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 5

Installing bonded heavy cladding including stone veneer

Part 6

Installing alternate cladding and finishes including Masonry Veneer, EIFS, SIPs, ICF & Mass Wall

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from June 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Cranbrook 21 Credit 2018/2019 April 9 - 11, 2019

Cranbrook 21 CPD April 9-11, 2019
Cranbrooke 3 Day 21 CPD Seminar

Valid April 9, 10 & 11, 2019

Fall/Winter Session 2018/19 Cladding & Accessories Installation

Cranbrook 21 CPD April 9,10& 11, 2019

8am to 4pm

Fall/Winter Session 2018/19 Cladding & Accessories Installation

Part 1

Cladding attachment requirements under Part 9 of the BC Building Code

Part 2

Installing light weight cladding including vinyl and metal

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

*Part 5

Installing bonded heavy cladding including stone veneer

Part 6

Installing alternate cladding and finishes including Masonry Veneer, EIFS, SIPs, ICF & Mass Wall

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

 

Cranbrook 7 CPD Day 1 Only 2018/2019 April 9,2019

Cranbrook 7 CPD April 9, 2019

Cranbrooke 1 Day 7 CPD Seminar

Valid April 9,2019

Fall/Winter Session 2018/19 Cladding & Accessories Installation

Cranbrook 7 CPD April 9, 2019

8am to 4pm

Fall/Winter Session 2018/19 Cladding & Accessories Installation

Part 1

Cladding attachment requirements under Part 9 of the BC Building Code

Part 2

Installing light weight cladding including vinyl and metal

This is part of a 3 Day 21 CPD Credit series Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

 

Cranbrook 7 CPD Day 2 Only 2018/2019 April 10,2019

Cranbrook 7 CPD April 10, 2019

Cranbrooke 1 Day 7 CPD Seminar

Valid April 10,2019

Fall/Winter Session 2018/19 Cladding & Accessories Installation

Cranbrook 7 CPD April 10, 2019

8am to 4pm

Fall/Winter Session 2018/19 Cladding & Accessories Installation

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

This is part of a 3 Day 21 CPD Credit series Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

 

Cranbrook 7 CPD Day 3 Only 2018/2019 April 11,2019

Cranbrook 7 CPD April 11, 2019

Cranbrooke 1 Day 7 CPD Seminar

Valid April 11,2019

Fall/Winter Session 2018/19 Cladding & Accessories Installation

Cranbrook 7 CPD April 11, 2019

8am to 4pm

Fall/Winter Session 2018/19 Cladding & Accessories Installation

*Part 5

Installing bonded heavy cladding including stone veneer

Part 6

Installing alternate cladding and finishes including Masonry Veneer, EIFS, SIPs, ICF & Mass Wall

This is part of a 3 Day 21 CPD Credit series Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

 

Kelowna 7 CPD Fall/Winter Series Cladding 1,2

Wed May 1, 2019 | 8 AM - 4 PM

This series is pre-approved by BC Housing and is part of the series “

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 1

Cladding attachment requirements under Part 9 of the BC Building Code

Part 2

Installing light weight cladding including vinyl and metal

The seminar is scheduled as follows: Wednesday May 1, 2019 – Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Kelowna 21 Credit 2018/2019 May 1,2 & 3, 2019

Kelowna 21 CPD May 1-3, 2019
Kelowna 3 Day 21 CPD Seminar

Valid May 1, 2 & 3, 2019

Fall/Winter Session 2018/19 Cladding & Accessories Installation

Kelowna 21 CPD May 1 -3, 2019

8am to 4pm

Fall/Winter Session 2018/19 Cladding & Accessories Installation

Part 1

Cladding attachment requirements under Part 9 of the BC Building Code

Part 2

Installing light weight cladding including vinyl and metal

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

*Part 5

Installing bonded heavy cladding including stone veneer

Part 6

Installing alternate cladding and finishes including Masonry Veneer, EIFS, SIPs, ICF & Mass Wall

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

 

Kelowna 7 CPD Fall/Winter Cladding Series 3,4

Thur May 2, 2019 | 8 AM - 4 PM

This series is pre-approved by BC Housing and is part of the series “The seminar is scheduled as follows:

Part 3

Installing moderate weight cladding including concrete finer board

Part 4

Installing moderately heavy cladding including stucco

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

Thursday May 2, 2019 – Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

 

Kelowna 7 CPD Fall/Winter Cladding Series 5,6

Friday May 3, 2019 | 8 AM - 4 PM

Kelowna: The Fall/Winter Series 2018/2019

COURSE CONTENT CLADDING & ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION

Part 5

Installing bonded heavy cladding including stone veneer

Part 6

Installing alternate cladding and finishes including Masonry Veneer, EIFS, SIPs, ICF & Mass Wall

Please see our website for a full course description under Fall Series 2018/2019

You are registered to attend this 7 CPD Credit.

May 3, 2019 – Seminar begins at 8 AM with Check-In starting at 7 AM. Lunch will be served and the seminar is scheduled to finish at 4 PM.

Thank you so much for registering to take your CPD education points with us and we look forward to seeing you there.

Fees for Course:

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $355 (Pricing from Sept 1, 2018 to 1 Week Prior to Event)

1 Day 7 CPD Credit Course – $375 (Pricing 1 Week Prior to the Event)

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