These courses are available to view conveniently from your home or office. Viewers may earn credits by viewing the webinars and completing an evaluation. Upon completing each course, the attendee will receive an attendance certificate with the appropriate credits (PDHs) earned for that course.
After registering, you will receive an email with a link to the recording, handouts, and the course evaluation.
Registration Fee Per Recording – $15 Member | $25 Nonmember
- March 2023 – Pedestrian Access Considerations at Transit Stations
- July 2023 – Early Design Decisions: Priming Mass Timber Projects for Success
- March 2022 – A Tale of Two Bridges | Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing
- April 2022 – Professional License | Initiation, Evaluation, and Processing of Complaints and Actions
- May 2022 – Hydraulic Fracturing (Fracking)
- May 2022 – How State Government is Supporting More Electric Vehicles in Pennsylvania
- June 2022 – Work Zone Design and Planning
- August 2022 – Battery Storage Peak-Demand Savings Modeling Analysis
- September 2022 – The Collapse of Adjoining Building During Lateral Bracing Work
- September 2022 – Zelienople Airport Runway Rehabilitation
- September 2022 – Systematic Sustainability
- September 2022 – Ethics and Alternative Dispute Resolution
- May 2021 – What is Competence?
- June 2021 – Powerless | A History of the Nations Largest Blackouts
- July 2021 – Sustainability and the Beneficial Functions of Natural Floodplains
- July 2021 – Protections: Insurance and Certificates of Merit
- September 2021 – You Say You Are Sustainable. But How Do You Prove It?
- September 2021 – Air Control in Liquid Transmission Systems
- September 2021 – Green Streets Infrastructure
- September 2021 – Demolition and Brownfields Sustainability
- September 2021 – Historic Southern Market: Reviving the Past and Building Community
- September 2021 – Florida International University Pedestrian Bridge Failure, A Study in Ethics
- October 2021 – Ethics and the Collapse of the I35W Bridge
- December 2021 – Risk Assessment 101: Building Blocks for Risk-Based Decision Making