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ICE gets UK engineers ready for Eurocodes

New training courses aiming to prepare the engineering and construction industry for the imminent arrival of Eurocodes have been announced by ICE’s commercial training division Thomas Telford Training.

Eurocodes will replace the national codes and form a European set of structural design codes, providing a common approach for the design of buildings and other civil engineering works and construction products.

Starting this month, the four new courses cover design of concrete structures to Eurocode 2 and design of steel structures to Eurocode 3 in detail, and offer training for both experienced designers and professionals looking to develop their Eurocodes design capability.

Thomas Telford Training head of training Mike Cookson said: “Eurocodes become effective in 2010 and it’s absolutely essential that all those working in the engineering and construction industry understand how to implement the Eurocodes properly. “These new courses are designed to provide essential practical guidance for all engineers involved in the relevant areas of design and construction.”

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