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  • Assessment of Commercial Roofing Systems

    This class will provide the student with a qualitative understanding of assessment considerations specific to commercial roofing. The student will be provided with information on roofing systems, design considerations, and qualitative testing and inspection techniques. Case studies will be used to illustrate damage types, and repair vs replace analysis.   

    States:  Florida (also available for webinar), Kentucky, North Carolina, Texas, Wyoming, 

    CE Credits:  2.0

  • Construction Defects

    See Construction Defects under Construction Training

  • Evaluation of Slab on Grade Foundation for Re-Construction

    See Evaluation of Slab on Grade Foundation for Re-Construction under Construction Training

  • Foundation Evaluation and Repair

    This class will provide the attendee a qualitative understanding of residential foundation design and performance characteristics. The attendee will be provided with information on the evaluation of the causes of common foundation problems and methods to repair them. This course will provide information intended to enhance the attendee’s ability to acquire and evaluate information during the claims adjustment process.

    States: Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Texas

    CE Credits: 2.0

  • Hail and Its Effects on Shingle Roofing Systems

    The licensee will obtain knowledge of how hail is formed and the physics of the impact damage that can occur as a result of the various factors that are present on a typical residential composition shingle roof. The licensee will be able to identify the types of roof damage that can be caused by hail strikes and other non-hail events.

    States:  Arizona (webinar only), Texas, Florida, Kentucky

    CE Credits:  2.0

  • Moisture Movement in Buildings

    This course will provide an understanding of water vapor properties and its movement, importance of proper humidity control, harmful effect of excessive moisture on common building materials, causes of condensation and the design and construction factors influencing moisture movement in buildings.

    States:  Texas, Florida, Georgia

    CE Credits: 2.0

  • Residential Foundation Evaluations

    This class will provide the student with a qualitative understanding of residential foundation design and performance characteristics. The attendee will be provided with information on the engineering process used to evaluate the performance and condition of residential foundation, which will enhance the attendee’s ability to acquire and evaluate information during the claims adjustment process.

    States:  Texas

    CE Credits:  2.0

  • Structural Assessments: Repair vs. Replace

    This class will provide the student with a qualitative understanding of structural assessment considerations for the determination of reparability of a building. The student will be provided with information on the engineering process used to evaluate the performance and condition of a structure, code consideration, and economic considerations. The concepts will be illustrated through a number of case studies.

    States:  California, Florida, Kentucky, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Texas

    CE Credits:  2.0 

  • Roofing Damage Assessment-What is up there?

    States:  Florida

    CE Credits:  2.0 

  • Windows and Doors: Sorting Out the Issues

    This class will teach the students how high winds affect buildings, specifically the windows and sliding glass doors. They will also gain an understanding of the different types of windows and sliding glass doors commonly installed. The students will also learn about inspection procedures and common failures.

    States:  Florida, Georgia

    CE Credits:  1.0 

  • Thermal Imaging Basics

    The course will provide the student with basic knowledge and understanding of how thermal imaging systems work and how to correctly interpret thermograms.  The course will focus on the fundamentals of thermal imaging and its applications. The class will finish with the future applications of thermal imaging as it relates to our everyday lives.

    States:  IN, KY, 

    CE Credits:  1.0 

  • Fundamentals of Civil and Structural Engineering Investigations

    Course Objective: The adjuster will obtain a knowledge of how to recognize the nature and extent of the most common types of damage claims normally classified as civil/structural. Also, the adjuster will gain an understanding of the most effective ways to document civil/structural claims using photographs.

    States:  Texas

    CE Credits:  1.0 

  • How Forensic Engineers Help Settle Claims & Lawsuits

    Course Objective:  To illustrate how the use of a forensic engineer as an information provider can assist with the settlement of disputed claims and possibly avoid lawsuits.  The class starts with the valid reasons to hire an expert and then defines the various forensic engineering disciplines.  A discussion follows regarding the value of retaining an expert.  A series of examples then illustrates all of the points made in the class to bring clarity to the class objective.  

    States:  Arizona, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Wyoming

    CE Credits:  1.0 

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