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The Civil Engineering Technology department offers several short courses, workshops, and seminars to provide academic and professional development in the areas of architecture, infrastructure, construction, and the environment. The courses are intended to be practical and relevant to today’s student and employee looking to upgrade their skills and knowledge in the current technologies of our industry.
Courses are offered throughout the year with a number of them scheduled in May and June of each year. The course details will describe when the course is offered, the length of class, the fees, and what is provided with registration.
Water and Wastewater Courses
The Civil Engineering Technology department offers a series of training opportunities for water and wastewater operators and others in the industry. There are courses for those seeking Manitoba Certification and hands-on training in water and wastewater.
- Water and Wastewater Operator Certification Exam Preparation Courses
- Manitoba Water and Wastewater School
- Onsite Wastewater Management (Septic Field Installation)
C-NRPP Radon Certification Courses (Measurement and Mitigation)
Participants in the Radon Measurement course will gain an understanding of radon, its scientific properties and known health effects and the knowledge of Health Canada’s radon measurement protocols. The course will also cover the C-NRPP approved devices for radon measurement, the proper interpretation of results obtained in residential settings, and some basic radon entry and mitigation concepts.
Participants in the Radon Mitigation course will gain the knowledge and hands-on training for radon entry and mitigation analysis and planning.
PRE-REQUISITE: Participants must successfully complete the Radon Measurement Course prior to the mitigation course. Successful participants may be certified by the Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program (C-NRPP) which is recognized by Health Canada.
For more information click here or contact Tammy Harper at 204.632.2942.
Manitoba Building Code Courses NEW!
Beginning in early 2016, Technology Solutions will be offering courses and examinations on the Manitoba Building Code.
For dates and cost please click here.
Courses include the following:
- Manitoba Building Bylaws *
- Introduction to the Code
- Part 9 The House – Building Envelope *
- Part 9 – HVAC
- Part 9 Small Buildings *
- Part 7 Plumbing *
- Part 3 Large Buildings *
- Part 3 Complex Buildings *
- Part 3 HVAC *
- Manitoba Energy Code for Buildings
- Section 9.36 – Energy Efficiency in Houses and Small Buildings
- Building Codes Exams *
Note: Courses marked with an “*” are recognized by MBOA for credit in their BCQ and CBCO certification.
For more information on dates and course cost click here or contact Tammy Harper at 204.632.2942.
CANQUEST is an energy modelling software program that was designed by NRCan to assist in compliance with the performance path of the National Energy Code for Buildings.
Training courses include:
Hot 2000 – Residential Building Energy Modelling
Building energy modelling is becoming increasingly common for new home construction and for designing upgrades to existing buildings. It can be used to establish compliance with new building code requirements or utility energy conservation programs, optimize house designs to achieve a desired level of performance, evaluate the benefits of competing energy efficiency measures and assist in the design of retrofit packages for existing houses. Perhaps most important, experience with energy modelling provides the user with a much better, quantitative understanding of how energy is actually used in a house.
This course is designed to introduce the basic principles of residential energy simulation modelling using HOT2000 – the most widely used program of its kind in Canada.
- Fundamentals of residential building energy modelling
- Performing take-offs using house plans or on-site measurements
- How to input building envelope components into HOT2000
- How to input mechanical systems into HOT2000
- Using HOT2000 to establish compliance with building code or utility conservation program requirements
- Modelling existing houses
- Interpreting the results (what they mean and what they do not mean)
Greenspace Horticulture Courses
Greenspace Horticulture is offering the following courses for industry:
Training courses include:
This new series of courses will teach the concepts of building information modelling, parametric design and consxtruction documentation through Autodesk’s Revit Software.
Civil Engineering Technology Courses
Courses are now open to our Industry Clients
The Civil Engineering Technology department offers courses to current students, graduates and industry clients from the various Civil program areas as remedial, bridging, or professional development. Courses are offered during the break weeks and co-op terms. For more information on course dates and registration deadlines for Red River Students click here.