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RAIC Emerging Practitioners: EP National Building Code of Canada – Part 9 Webinar 2018

10 LEARNING HOURS

13 October - 14 October 2018
Location: Online
Provider: RAIC

Time: Please see the event link for time zone specific schedules.

**This is a Two-day Webinar (English)**
Saturday, October 13, 2018 - Health and Egress 
Sunday, October 14, 2018 - Building Envelope and Structural

Webinar Registration Fee:
$200  for RAIC members, plus applicable taxes.
$300 for non-members, plus applicable taxes.

The RAIC Emerging Practitioners (RAIC EP) is pleased to offer a two-day Webinar on Part 9 of the 2015 National Building Code (NBC) in English for the 2018 year. This course is taught by experts from Vortex Fire Protection, Coolearth Architecture Inc., and Moses Structural Engineers. The session will provide a wealth of information condensed into two, 5-hour days, with question periods at the end of each session. The webinar is designed as an introduction to the NBC in order to support preparations for the ExAC. It is not designed to discuss varying interpretations of building design applications, as they may relate to the Code. 

***Individuals will need to have both volumes of the 2015 NBC on hand.***

Registration Deadline:  Wednesday, October 10 at midnight (EST).
https://www.raic.org/civicrm/event/info

Contact:
Kristen Gagnon
kgagnon@raic.org
613-241-3600 ext. 203

Camille Rivard
crivard@raic.org 
613-241-3600 ext. 205

**Disclaimer
This course is organized by the RAIC Emerging Practitioners (RAIC EP) in partnership with Les Muniak Enterprises, Vortex Fire Protection, Coolearth Architecture Inc., and Moses Structural Engineers. Neither the Webinar nor the content of the course, have been reviewed or endorsed by the CExAC (Committee for the Examination for Architects in Canada).

The ExAC is an experience based exam. It is the practical application of knowledge acquired through education and readings that will support examination success. Taking this course without applying the knowledge gained through practice may not result in examination success.