Changes In Fees

The Board of Engineering advises of the following changes in its Fees, effective July 01, 2017:

 

Application Fees

Current: $50.00 New: $200.00

 

Registration Fees

Current: $500.00 New: $650.00

 

The Annual Practice Fee remains the same, i.e.:

Members of APETT $640.00
Non APETT $750.00
Retired Persons: 50% of the above
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UWI Course - Performance-based Seismic Design 2018 Print

- A SEMESTER LONG UWI COURSE FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS –

Background

This course, which has been in operation for the past 8 years, was originally conceived as a means of simultaneously training professional engineers as well as MSc students. It is an optional course in our MSc Civil Engineering programme. Regarding the former set, the content of this course is essential for engineers in order to understand modern building codes which are needed for ensuring public safety. This is because there has been a revolution in the philosophy of the new building codes making them much more sophisticated. In fact, the new version of ASCE 7 – ASCE 7-16, was released a few months ago and knowledge of performance-based seismic design is required for a thorough understanding of its provisions. Likewise, two weeks ago, the new standard for performance-based seismic design was released (ASCE 41-17), which is even more detailed and requires an introduction to the paradigm of performance-based seismic design for its proper understanding.

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Structural Steel Technical Workshop 2017 Print

 

Structural Steel Technical Workshop
In collaboration with the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards
and
Alpha Engineering & Construction Ltd

Wednesday 26th April, 2017
Premier Quality Services Limited Auditorium, 2 Century Drive Macoya
3:00pm to 6:00 pm

(Official Programme – 3:30pm)

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UWI Course - Performance-based Seismic Design 2017 Print

Background:

This course, which has been in operation for the past 7 years, was originally conceived as a means of simultaneously training professional engineers as well as MSc students. It is an optional course in our MSc Civil Engineering programme. Regarding the former set, the content of this course is essential for engineers in order to understand modern building codes which are needed for ensuring public safety. This is because there has been a revolution in the philosophy of the new building codes making them much more sophisticated. In fact, in January 2017 the new version of ASCE 7 will be released and is expected to promote performance-based seismic design as the standard approach for the design of new buildings.

The mechanism for including professional engineers as students of an MSc course is that they must register as an "occasional student". This classification is recognised on the application form. An "occasional student" attends and fully participates in class but does not sit the exam. The detailed registration procedure is shown on the next page. If a student desires to sit the exam, he or she would have to register as a "specially admitted" student. The first cohort of students for this challenging course included a number of professional engineers.

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Design Studio for Studio for Energy Efficient Design and Management Print

Design Studio for Studio for Energy Efficient Design and Management: A case study on The University of the West Indies 12th to 14th September 2016

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UWI Course - Performance-Based Seismic Design 2016 Print

This course, which has been in operation for the past 6 years, was originally conceived as a means of simultaneously training professional engineers as well as MSc students. It is an optional course in our MSc Civil Engineering programme. Regarding the former set, the content of this course is essential for engineers in order to understand modern building codes which are needed for ensuring public safety. This is because there has been a revolution in the philosophy of the new building codes making them much more sophisticated. In fact, in March 2016 the new version of ASCE 7 will be released and is expected to recommend performance-based seismic design as the standard approach for the design of new buildings.

Deadline for applications is January 02, 2016

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