In-person continuing education courses and professional development might not be happening right now, but that doesn’t mean face-to-face educational opportunities are a thing of the past. New Millennium education specialists are available to conduct remote, live-video credit-hour courses customized specifically for you and your team.
Drawing on our deep catalog of courses and extensive industry experience, our remote live training sessions support you and your firm’s unique position in the market. They can be customized to address your needs, offering choices of topics and times that best suit you. The roughly hour-long classes include Q&A sessions, allowing you the opportunity to talk with our instructors about specific issues you often encounter.
The live-video conference call format allows you to bring your team together virtually from various locations. Your firm is the only one participating, enabling our instructors to tailor their presentation to the criteria you selected.
Like our recorded on-demand courses, these live remote training sessions provide how-to insights about today’s wide range of structural steel building systems and include in-depth project case studies covering real-world scenarios. You’ll discover new and ideal options for project specification. This knowledge can facilitate improved cost and performance of your next project. Participants can earn up to 1.25 AIA LU/HSW or PDH credit hours per course.
To request a live remote training course for your company, simply fill out this form. We evaluate each submission on a case-by-case basis. Due to high demand, we cannot guarantee availability.
When we receive your request, we will assign it an instructor who can best serve you. Our three education specialists have taught dozens of continuing education courses remotely via live-video conference calls.
Buntyn has more than 47 years of experience in structural steel fabrication, steel erection and structural steel drafting and project management. He is ICC-certified as a structural steel and bolted inspector. He is an expert in the design application of steel joist and deck systems, and has conducted educational presentations on this subject with the AISC, to the department of the Navy, the National Parking Association and to structural engineering firms across the country.
Along with 12 years of experience in architectural design encompassing healthcare, K-12 schools, higher education, civic and commercial buildings, Smith has a bachelor’s degree in architectural studies and a master’s in architecture. LEED Accredited Professional certified, Smith educates and consults with architects about the uses of specialty and acoustical steel deck and building systems, aiding in the development of design solutions based on the most optimal steel building system solution.
A licensed architect, member of the AIA, and LEED APl that has been practicing for more than 15 years, Therien has taught courses on construction detailing and works with project teams in schematic design on long-span composite floor systems and architectural deck applications in the range of building types. He assists throughout the design and construction phases with architects, engineers, contractors and fabricators.
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If you’ve got 15 minutes, we’ve got a course for you. Representing the next generation of on-demand continuing educations courses, Improving Multi-Story Building Design accelerates your learning. The recorded 15-minute video course offering .25 AIA LU/HSW credit uses detailed animations and explanations to deliver key insights about the three long-span composite floor system types.
Ideal for multi-story building design and construction, composite joist, dovetail composite and deep-ribbed composite floor systems offer a range of unique capabilities and benefits. Course instructor Alex Therien quickly summarizes each system’s characteristics and outlines how to optimize their advantages. Among the topics covered: mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) integration, acoustic control (IIC, STC), fire ratings, shoring requirements and suitable load-bearing wall systems.
Complete the course now, then take a deeper dive with one of our many full-hour courses below.
Continuing education is an important part of our mission, and we strive to share our steel building systems knowledge with our peers, colleagues and the industry in general. We have a diverse library of education courses and specialists to help you learn the latest about steel building systems and advance your career.
Our courses are based on real-world situations and will help you lower the cost of building design and construction and expedite project timelines. Available in either video or article form, each course offers 1.0 or 1.25 AIA LU/HSW and 1.0 PDH credit.
New Millennium proudly partners with Building Design & Construction University, Informed Infrastructure and Architectural Record to make our structural steel joist and steel deck courses available to the widest audience possible.
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