Webinars

PCI's webinars offer a free, convenient way for architects and engineers to obtain continuing education credit from the comfort of their own computer. Webinars are one-hour long and are designed to fit into a lunch hour.

PCI webinars are presented live each month by industry experts on a variety of topics from design and construction to sustainability and more.  Each webinar is presented twice during the webinar week, at noon Pacific (3:00 p.m. Eastern) and noon Eastern. This allows most U.S. time zones to view the presentations during lunch hours.

Earn CE Credit from the comfort of your own office - join us for our next free webinar.

E-Learning

All courses offered through this system satisfy the continuing education requirements of engineers in all 50 states.  As an AIA provider, PCI is able to offer architects approved Learning Units to satisfy their continuing education requirements. This site is available to you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. You can log in at any time, from any computer, tablet or phone with an internet connection and get started, continue or complete a program you started previously. You decide the time that is convenient for you and this site will meet your scheduling needs.

On-Line Academy

PCI’s Online Academy, is a continuing education series for engineering professionals and students. Each course consists of weekly, 90-minute live sessions over a period of four to six weeks. Continuing education credits will be awarded at the conclusion of each course. Courses are offered via an online delivery system, allowing courses to be taken from anywhere in the world! 

The courses are taught by leading professors and industry experts in precast/prestressed concrete design. These subject matter experts have significant experience teaching precast/prestressed concrete topics and format classes to optimize learning.

Participants are not required to have prior precast/prestressed concrete experience. Program content will be technical and useful to those designing precast/prestressed concrete structures or who intend to do so in the near future, such as licensed engineers, EITs, professors, and graduate and undergraduate students.

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