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About Civil + Structural Engineer Webcasts

Civil + Structural Engineer Webcast Series consist of sponsored, online presentations about timely topics affecting the design and construction industry. Take part in a unique opportunity to earn free continuing education credit by viewing these synchronized visual and audio presentations streamed over the Internet. These online events may provide interactive features such as desktop presentations for product demonstration, and interactive real-time polling, surveys, and a question and answer tool. Zweig Group is an Approved Provider through the American Institute of Architects / Continuing Education System (AIA/CES). Provider number: J317.

Instructions for Live Webcasts

After registering for the event, you will receive an email with a URL link to join the presentation at the specified date and time. Log in at the specified time, view the entire presentation, and download a Certificate of Completion at the end of the presentation. The certificate of attendance is for 1.0 professional development hour (equivalent to 0.1 continuing education unit in most states.) Check back later for information on upcoming webcasts. Groups who plan to view the webcast together will be allowed to download and complete a Multi-Viewer Registration Form during and immediately following the webcast. Only one person needs to register for the webcast and that person is responsible for submitting the Multi-Viewer Form. It is the responsibility of all group viewers to visit the certificate page following the webcast to print their own certificate.

Instructions for Archived Webcasts

To earn credit for an archived webcast, you must register to view the on-demand event and complete the supplied quiz after viewing the presentation. If you answer at least 80 percent of the questions correctly, you can immediately download a certificate of completion and will be awarded 1.0 professional development hour (equivalent to 0.1 continuing education unit in most states.)

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