Students will gain strong knowledge in the concepts of building design, local code standards, structural design and analysis of wood-framed structures, steel and reinforced concrete building and engineered structures. Students will learn local design standards as they pertain to wood, steel and reinforced concrete structural design and analysis. This program offers a wide range of training in local building code, civil engineering bridge and pavement design methodologies; project estimating, construction inspection and management. High level computer aided design / modeling software such as AutoCAD, Revit and Civil 3D will also be used in this course.
This 35-week diploma program is fully instructor-led. The curriculum includes experiential lectures and workshops facilitated by specialized industry experts. All instructors have relevant designations and at least 5 years experience in the industry. The program includes a 4-week work experience (practicum) at a local design or engineering firm. The successful completion of all courses including a 4-week practicum is required for graduation.
About Brighton College
Brighton College offers students the opportunity to develop professional skills that are recognized and needed in the workplace. Our students come from a variety of backgrounds and bring with them a wealth of multicultural experience. There are over 40 programs to choose from at our three campus locations in Vancouver, Burnaby and Surrey.
Brighton College is an accredited institution of PCTIA (Private Career Training Institutions Agency) and has also earned BC EQA (British Columbia Education Quality Assurance) designation, assuring all our programs and instruction meet standards of quality.See all Brighton College courses