EDUCATION & EVENTS

IIBEC offers various courses and seminars which provide valuable continuing education hours that are applied towards maintaining good standing with the association.  These courses are provided throughout the year in Canada and the U.S. covering every aspect of building envelope systems.

In addition to those offered nationally in the U.S. and Canada, the Canadian Prairies Chapter of IIBEC will host courses and seminars locally.  These educational opportunities and the ability to register for them will be posted below along with information for local chapter meetings, and fun events for chapter members to get to know one another in a more social environment.

 

Courses, seminars, trade shows, and other events that do not appear on our calendar of events can be found at the main IIBEC site.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Sep 12, 2020

IIBEC - Canadian Prairies Chapter Educational Program

Rooftop Quality Assurance - Video Replay

Rooftop Quality Assurance is a one-day course for professionals interested in performing observation to help assure that roof installation is consistent with construction documents.  The program covers the diverse and challenging aspects of roofing as encountered in the field and is ideal for roofing material manufacturers, general contractors, quality assurance observers and field inspectors.  Course participants will receive objective and detailed information regarding the duties of the roof quality observer.

Instructors cover fundamentals of quality assurance, component assembly and quality practice guidelines for a variety of roofing systems, including: role of the roof observer, construction contract documents, daily reports, low-slope roofing, spray applied foam, steep-slope roofing, ethics and codes.

Although not a preparatory course for the Registered Roof Observer (RRO)® exam, this course provides useful information for the individual who is preparing for RRO registration

This course is $300 CAD for members of IIBEC; $400 CAD for non-members.

This course is worth 8 Continuing Educational Hours (CEHs) from IIBEC, 8 Learning Units from the American Institute of Architects, and is approved for Health and Safety Welfare credit.

This is a video replay of the course held on August 19th, 2020.  Registration will allow access to the Video (Link will be provided by IIBEC within a business day) and the associated AIA/CEH credits for participating.  Registration cut-off is September 12, 2020 and the video must be viewed by September 19, 2020.

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