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  • ACC Emerging Technologies and Trends: Future Design Challenges for Aviation Professionals On-Demand Webinar

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    This 60-minute ACC Young Professionals on-demand webinar will address and discuss future design challenges for aviation professionals by identifying potential impacts to airports and airport design.

    During this 60-minute ACC Young Professionals on-demand webinar, you will learn about the solutions and paths taken to addressing future design challenges for aviation professionals, including discussions about foldable wing tips and the impact to airfield design; future autonomy in airport landside mobility; and connecting security, baggage, and the passenger experience.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    At the end of this ACC on-demand webinar, participants will be able to
    • Recognize upcoming aviation trends and technologies.
    • Identify potential impacts to airports and airport design.

    PRESENTERS

    • Hugh Weaver, Civil Engineer and Airfield Designer, HNTB
    • Derrick Choi, Principal, Populous
    • Gaylloyd Dadyala, Manager of Innovation and Technology, Vanderlande Industries

    CREDITS/HOURS

    PDH, CM and LU credits/hours are not offered for this ACC on-demand webinar. However, after viewing the on-demand webinar, participants can download a certificate of completion.



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  • Advanced Project Management Series

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    This exclusive 14-hour Project Management Series package is a series of 11 courses that will introduce you to concepts tools techniques and processes that will enhance your ability to effectively manage projects for your organization and clients.

    This exclusive 14-hour package is a series of 11 courses that will introduce you to concepts tools techniques and processes that will enhance your ability to effectively manage projects for your organization and clients. These courses are geared for active project managers with experience in managing projects at the mid-to-senior level. They are structure to give you information you can use on projects you're working on right now. If you're a new project manager - you'll still benefit from these courses but you may lack context for some of the topics and concepts.

    The Advanced Project Management Series is authored and presented by Christian Knutson, P.E., Certified Project Management Professional and Project Practitioner who has been managing infrastructure projects and programs for over two decades. Mr. Knutson demonstrates that there are a lot of aspects that go into being effective in project management - including the technical aspects, which are important. But equally important - some might say even more important - are the non-technical aspects of project management, sustainability, risk assessment, understanding integrated design processes, leadership, strategy and decision making in the face of uncertainty or ambiguity. 

    If you're managing projects and have an interest in enhancing your skills, the Advanced Project Management Series provided by RedVector is for you. These courses are specifically designed to go deeper than the project management training you may have received preparing for certification. 

    COURSES INCLUDED IN THE ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERIES PACKAGE

    • Advanced Project Management: Advanced Project Risk Management - RV-11291 – 2 hours – Advanced
    • Advanced Project Management: Sustainability in Project Management - RV-11292 – 2 hours – Advanced
    • Advanced Project Management: Integrated Project Delivery - RV-11293 – 2 hours – Advanced
    • Advanced Project Management: Project Management in a Dynamic Environment - RV-11294 – 1 hour – Advanced
    • Advanced Project Management: Project Performance Management - RV-11303 – 1 hour – Advanced
    • Advanced Project Management: Advanced Project Scheduling - RV-11304 – 1 hour – Advanced
    • Advanced Project Management: Executing Complex Programs - RV-11305 – 1 hour – Advanced
    • Advanced Project Management: Converting Strategy Into Action - RV-11306 – 1 hour – Advanced
    • Advanced Project Management: Managing Project Teams - RV-11313 – 1 hour – Advanced
    • Advanced Project Management: Understanding the Project, Program, and Portfolio Architecture - RV-11314 – 1 hour – Advanced
    • Advanced Project Management: The Power of Project Leadership - RV-11315 – 1 hour – Advanced


     

  • Introduction to Net Zero Buildings

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    This interactive webcast focuses on the concept of Net Zero, and looks at the practicality and marketability of a Net Zero building that uses no more energy than it generates.

    Gaining particular momentum in the design and construction industry is the notion of Net Zero buildings. For many in the design and construction industry Net Zero is a lofty goal, and one not usually realized. This interactive webcast will focus on the concept of Net Zero, which has several variations of what the term means in practice. We will look at the practicality and marketability of a Net Zero building that uses no more energy than it generates. We will conclude with discussion of the world-wide application of Net Zero building. (Fundamental - 2 hours). 

    At the conclusion of the course you will be able to:

    • Recite the broad definition of Net Zero building, and understand the variation on this definition.
    • Comprehend the different types of Net Zero techniques and technologies.
    • Recognize the importance of the marketability and affordability of Net Zero building.
    • List case study examples of world-wide application of Net Zero building.

    Rumanda Young, Ph.D.

    Dr. Young is a Registered Landscape Architect (RLA) in the state of Texas and a Certified Planner (AICP).  She holds a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture (BLA) from the University of Arkansas, a master’s degree in city and regional planning (MCRP) with environmental planning emphasis from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a Ph.D. in urban planning and public policy. Dr. Young also spent time abroad in Cheltenham, England at the University of Gloucestershire focusing on sustainable development practices, environmental planning, and resource management.

    Dr. Young has eight years of private practice experience, six of which working with the firm Carter & Burgess, Inc. She was involved in a variety of work including a wide range of park and recreational planning and design projects. Landscape Architectural experience ranges from preparation of detail site design plans, inventory and analysis documents, park, recreation and open space master plans, city-wide comprehensive plans, interpretive prospectus documents, construction document preparation, and preparation of grant applications and rezoning applications for cities throughout Texas, Louisiana, North Carolina and Oklahoma.

    Dr. Young currently works as a Military Master Planner with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in the Planning, Environmental, and Regulatory Branch.  Dr. Young is involved in a variety of work including a wide range of military planning, programming, and design projects. Project Management experience ranges from installation design guides to campus master plans. Projects also focus on the impacts of development on human health and the environment, and improvements through better siting, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of military projects.

    Dr. Young is also an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, School of Architecture.  She teaches master’s level landscape architecture design studio course(s).

  • Deconstruction and Reuse: Sustainable Construction in Reverse

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    This interactive 2-hour webcast focuses on the differences between conventional demolition and deconstruction..

    This interactive webcast focuses on the differences between conventional demolition and deconstruction. We will also focus on the environmental and economic rewards from taking a building apart - either wholly or partially - with the intent of salvaging (recycling or reusing) building materials. This approach varies greatly from conventional demolition which involves material removal and disposal. This course will focus on the types of building materials and their potential for reuse. Some materials have a long tradition of reuse (e.g., bricks, metal), whereas other materials are now finding a new vocation (e.g., plumbing fixtures, doors). We will also explore case study examples of both evolving deconstruction techniques and the types of materials salvaged. (Fundamental - 2 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

    • Recognize the differences between conventional demolition and deconstruction.
    • List the environmental and economic rewards from deconstruction.
    • Recite the types of materials salvaged during deconstruction.
    • List types of deconstruction techniques.
    • Recognize case study examples of building deconstruction.

    Rumanda Young, Ph.D.

    Dr. Young is a Registered Landscape Architect (RLA) in the state of Texas and a Certified Planner (AICP).  She holds a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture (BLA) from the University of Arkansas, a master’s degree in city and regional planning (MCRP) with environmental planning emphasis from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a Ph.D. in urban planning and public policy. Dr. Young also spent time abroad in Cheltenham, England at the University of Gloucestershire focusing on sustainable development practices, environmental planning, and resource management.

    Dr. Young has eight years of private practice experience, six of which working with the firm Carter & Burgess, Inc. She was involved in a variety of work including a wide range of park and recreational planning and design projects. Landscape Architectural experience ranges from preparation of detail site design plans, inventory and analysis documents, park, recreation and open space master plans, city-wide comprehensive plans, interpretive prospectus documents, construction document preparation, and preparation of grant applications and rezoning applications for cities throughout Texas, Louisiana, North Carolina and Oklahoma.

    Dr. Young currently works as a Military Master Planner with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in the Planning, Environmental, and Regulatory Branch.  Dr. Young is involved in a variety of work including a wide range of military planning, programming, and design projects. Project Management experience ranges from installation design guides to campus master plans. Projects also focus on the impacts of development on human health and the environment, and improvements through better siting, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of military projects.

    Dr. Young is also an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, School of Architecture.  She teaches master’s level landscape architecture design studio course(s).

  • Smart Management: Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity for Managers

    Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)

    In this interactive 1-hour course, you will learn the basics of federal anti-discrimination laws, the barriers to workplace diversity, and the best practices associated with diversifying your workforce.

    As agents of an organization, managers need to not only be aware of all applicable employment discrimination laws, but they also must know how to manage diverse employees in varied workplace scenarios. The purpose of this course is to educate managers about equal employment opportunity and diversity practices.  In this interactive course, you will learn the basics of federal anti-discrimination laws, the barriers to workplace diversity, and the best practices associated with diversifying your workforce. (Intermediate - 1 hour).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

    • Explain how the EEOC and FEPAs function.
    • Discuss the basics of federal anti-discrimination laws.
    • Identify the barriers to workplace diversity.
    • List the basics of diversity best practices.
  • Nanotechnology and Sustainability

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    This 1-hour webcast gives you the potential that nanotechnology - specifically nano-products - brings to sustainability.

    Are you ready for your world to change due to the contributions of nanotechnology? You can be confident in your understanding of nanotechnology, its impacts, and its relationship to sustainability. You can reap the benefits for yourself and your clients. This webcast gives you the potential that nanotechnology, specifically nano-products, brings to sustainability. Topics include new energy creation and storage opportunities, improved product durability, water quality improvement, pollution mitigation, as well as benefits and potential dangers of nanotechnology. (Intermediate - 1 hour).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

    • Comprehend the basic concept of nanotechnology.
    • Discuss the connection between nanotechnology and sustainability.
    • Name the areas of sustainability potentially impacted by nanotechnology.
    • List some of the potential benefits for using nano-products in support of sustainability.
    • Recite the current limitations and potential dangers of nanotechnology processes and products.

    Rumanda Young, Ph.D.

    Dr. Young is a Registered Landscape Architect (RLA) in the state of Texas and a Certified Planner (AICP).  She holds a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture (BLA) from the University of Arkansas, a master’s degree in city and regional planning (MCRP) with environmental planning emphasis from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a Ph.D. in urban planning and public policy. Dr. Young also spent time abroad in Cheltenham, England at the University of Gloucestershire focusing on sustainable development practices, environmental planning, and resource management.

    Dr. Young has eight years of private practice experience, six of which working with the firm Carter & Burgess, Inc. She was involved in a variety of work including a wide range of park and recreational planning and design projects. Landscape Architectural experience ranges from preparation of detail site design plans, inventory and analysis documents, park, recreation and open space master plans, city-wide comprehensive plans, interpretive prospectus documents, construction document preparation, and preparation of grant applications and rezoning applications for cities throughout Texas, Louisiana, North Carolina and Oklahoma.

    Dr. Young currently works as a Military Master Planner with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in the Planning, Environmental, and Regulatory Branch.  Dr. Young is involved in a variety of work including a wide range of military planning, programming, and design projects. Project Management experience ranges from installation design guides to campus master plans. Projects also focus on the impacts of development on human health and the environment, and improvements through better siting, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of military projects.

    Dr. Young is also an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, School of Architecture.  She teaches master’s level landscape architecture design studio course(s).

  • Green Building Envelope Design

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    This 2-hour webcast provides you with the concepts, principles, and practices that you can learn and apply to new construction as well as to your retrofitting projects.

    You can design a green building envelope that not only houses and protects the occupants but also meets the criteria for LEED certification. This webcast provides you with the concepts, principles, and practices that you can learn and apply to new construction as well as to your retrofitting projects. We’ll cover important topics including pre-design considerations, energy efficiency, and maintenance and operations. (Intermediate - 2 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

    • Describe principles and practices of a green building envelope design.
    • Recognize economic and environmental life cycle benefits of green building envelope design.
    • Comprehend occupant comfort benefits of using green building envelope design.
    • Discuss limitations of using green building envelope design.

    Rumanda Young, Ph.D.

    Dr. Young is a Registered Landscape Architect (RLA) in the state of Texas and a Certified Planner (AICP).  She holds a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture (BLA) from the University of Arkansas, a master’s degree in city and regional planning (MCRP) with environmental planning emphasis from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a Ph.D. in urban planning and public policy. Dr. Young also spent time abroad in Cheltenham, England at the University of Gloucestershire focusing on sustainable development practices, environmental planning, and resource management.

    Dr. Young has eight years of private practice experience, six of which working with the firm Carter & Burgess, Inc. She was involved in a variety of work including a wide range of park and recreational planning and design projects. Landscape Architectural experience ranges from preparation of detail site design plans, inventory and analysis documents, park, recreation and open space master plans, city-wide comprehensive plans, interpretive prospectus documents, construction document preparation, and preparation of grant applications and rezoning applications for cities throughout Texas, Louisiana, North Carolina and Oklahoma.

    Dr. Young currently works as a Military Master Planner with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in the Planning, Environmental, and Regulatory Branch.  Dr. Young is involved in a variety of work including a wide range of military planning, programming, and design projects. Project Management experience ranges from installation design guides to campus master plans. Projects also focus on the impacts of development on human health and the environment, and improvements through better siting, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of military projects.

    Dr. Young is also an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, School of Architecture.  She teaches master’s level landscape architecture design studio course(s).

  • Renewable Energy Fundamentals

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    This 2-hour webcast provides you with information about existing resources and the more recently discovered alternatives.

    Energy technology is changing. The research and development of alternative resources is evolving rapidly – are you ready for the possibilities? You can be prepared to discuss and recommend many different solutions to the growing need for alternative sources of energy. This 2-hour webcast provides you with information about existing resources and the more recently discovered alternatives. You will get definitions of energy types and a full array of energy technologies as well as the advantages and disadvantages of implementing, operating, and maintaining the various resources. (Intermediate - 2 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

    • Understand the difference between energy resources and types of energy.
    • Comprehend the advantages (i.e., existing infrastructure) and disadvantages (i.e., pollution, non-renewable) associated with fossil fuel reliance.
    • Understand the difference between alternative, renewable, sustainable, and green energy technologies.
    • Comprehend the advantages and disadvantages of various renewable energy sources.
    • Understand that “renewable” energy arises from sources that are consumed at the same rate they are produced.
    • Comprehend the various issues involved with transitioning from fossil fuels in pursuit of renewable sources of energy (i.e., cost, change, technology).

    Rumanda Young, Ph.D.

    Dr. Young is a Registered Landscape Architect (RLA) in the state of Texas and a Certified Planner (AICP).  She holds a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture (BLA) from the University of Arkansas, a master’s degree in city and regional planning (MCRP) with environmental planning emphasis from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a Ph.D. in urban planning and public policy. Dr. Young also spent time abroad in Cheltenham, England at the University of Gloucestershire focusing on sustainable development practices, environmental planning, and resource management.

    Dr. Young has eight years of private practice experience, six of which working with the firm Carter & Burgess, Inc. She was involved in a variety of work including a wide range of park and recreational planning and design projects. Landscape Architectural experience ranges from preparation of detail site design plans, inventory and analysis documents, park, recreation and open space master plans, city-wide comprehensive plans, interpretive prospectus documents, construction document preparation, and preparation of grant applications and rezoning applications for cities throughout Texas, Louisiana, North Carolina and Oklahoma.

    Dr. Young currently works as a Military Master Planner with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in the Planning, Environmental, and Regulatory Branch.  Dr. Young is involved in a variety of work including a wide range of military planning, programming, and design projects. Project Management experience ranges from installation design guides to campus master plans. Projects also focus on the impacts of development on human health and the environment, and improvements through better siting, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of military projects.

    Dr. Young is also an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, School of Architecture.  She teaches master’s level landscape architecture design studio course(s).

  • 2011 NEC Code Changes 15-Hour Review

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    This 15-hour interactive online course is intended to familiarize the reader with the major changes contained in the 2011 NEC®, and is suitable for anyone exposed to the NEC at any level, including contractors, builders, electricians, and electrical engineers.

    This 15-hour interactive online course is intended to familiarize the reader with the major changes contained in the 2011 NEC®, and is suitable for anyone exposed to the NEC at any level, including contractors, builders, electricians, and electrical engineers. The course addresses Code revisions that apply to all types of occupancies - residential, commercial, and industrial. Lesson 1 will cover Code-wide changes and definitions, and will include an analysis of the most noteworthy revisions in the first two chapters of the 2011 NEC. Lesson 2 will continue discussion and analysis of additional important Code changes in chapters 3 and 4 of the 2011 NEC. Make sure you stay safe, build safe, remain up-to-date and deliver quality work – read up!  Note: This 15-hour course consists of two RedVector courses: (1) 2011 NEC Code Changes – Introduction, Chapter 1 and Chapter 2, which covers Articles 100 – 285.25; and (2) 2011 NEC code Changes – Chapter and Chapter 4, covering Article 300 – 490.77. (Intermediate - 15 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    After completing this course, you will be able to:

    • Discuss the significant changes in the 2011 edition of NFPA® 70, the National Electrical Code.
    • Ensure compliance with applicable Code standards when writing plans and specifications.
    • Identify a Code section(s) where additional study may be appropriate for the student’s practice.
    • Identify some of the regulations for safeguarding persons and property from hazards arising from the use of electricity.
    • Recognize new Articles incorporated into the Code and the scope of the information.
    • Recall some of the basic safety requirements and areas of coverage of the NEC®

    Neal L. Burdick

    Construction Inspector

    Neal Burdick has over 30 years of experience and is currently a Construction Inspector for the City of Tampa. He is a registered instructor for the Electrical Council of Florida and is the author and instructor of a State of Florida approved Electrical Contractor’s Licensing Board course.
     
    Neal is an accomplished and exceptionally knowledgeable professional with a solid background in electrical and building inspections, as well as code compliance. He is recognized as an expert in this industry. He is an active member of IAEI, BOAF, ECF, and related industry associations. Mr. Burdick conducts training to Building Officials, Engineers, Plans Examiners, Inspectors, Electrical Contractors, and Apprentices throughout the state of Florida.

  • LEED: Water Efficiency

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    This 1-hour course introduces you to the LEED rating systems - water efficiency and innovation and design sections.

    What do you know about getting LEED certified in water efficiency? This course introduces you to the LEED rating systems - water efficiency and innovation and design sections. This webcast gives you an overview of the rating system, the prerequisite for Water Use Reduction and descriptions of the available credits. (Intermediate - 1 hour).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

    • Define the goal of the water efficiency section of the LEED rating system.
    • Explain the Water efficient landscaping credit intent and how to comply.
    • List methods to comply with water efficiency certification.
    • Discuss the LEED innovation in design section.

    Stacey Wehe

    Since joining Mackey Mitchell Architects Stacey has been an advocate for sustainable design both within the firm and the greater community. Most notably, she was appointed to the City of St. Louis’ Vanguard Cabinet, as an advisor to the Mayor’s office on green building and sustainable initiatives throughout the city. Stacey is a frequent guest lecturer at local colleges, speaking on sustainability and the LEED rating system. After working on the Maryland School for the Deaf’s new elementary school building, she became increasingly interested in the positive correlation of sustainable building techniques and special needs populations. In 2009, Stacey lectured across the country on those very topics. Stacey is a LEED Accredited Professional. Her work experience on LEED projects includes the Wohl Phase 2 Residence Hall at Washington University (LEED Gold), Student Success Center at Southern Illinois University (LEED Certified), Bick-I Building (LEED Gold), Station #4 for the Monarch Fire Protection District (LEED Certified), and LEED prototype designs of retail facilities for two major national retail chains. Stacey also worked with a team of professionals on a brownfields revitalization, the first proposed LEED ND project in the state of Illinois, that received national recognition from the Illinois EPA. Her ‘GRoW Home’ design for sustainable, affordable housing won an AIA St. Louis Design Award and first place in the U.S. Green Building Council’s Natural Talent Design Competition.