The Concrete Institute of Australia believes that continued professional development is critical to the future of young engineers in Australia, and also understands the importance of an online learning platform being available to those who cannot commit to full day seminars.
The Institute’s Learning Modules (LM) are web based seminars or workshops, delivered by industry experts, featuring popular concrete topics and recorded to be made available for on-demand viewing.
Each LM contains a recorded presentation which will include the presenters audio and PowerPoint presentation. Certain LM''s will also contain video, and this will be outlined in the individual LM. A softcopy set of non-printable notes* and the presentation is included in all LM's. A hardcopy set of notes may be available for purchase for an additional cost.
LM's are divided into topics with search capabilities allowing the user to easily skip or search sections of interest without having to sit through the entire length of the presentation. Each section can also be completed in your own time and at your own pace, with the ability to pause, rewind and forward each section as necessary.
*Notes are only included as part of the ticket price when they are available. Inclusions may vary depending on the seminar. Any inclusions of notes will be outlined in each webinar listing.
The Institute will upload new LM's from time to time when they become available. They can be purchased by Members and Non-Members of the Institute at any time.
A link, along with your login and password will be emailed to you when your payment is processed. If hardcopy notes are included in your purchase, they will be mailed to you within 1-2 business days. The LM will be available to view for 90 days from when you first login to the Online Learning Portal. The LM can be viewed multiple times, and there is no download limit to the amount of times the softcopy notes or presentations can be downloaded.
For a full list of available LM's, click on the link below.
VIew available learning modules