Concrete, Formwork and Shoring, (2-Hours)

This 45-minute Concrete, Formwork, and Shoring course is a thorough explanation of the safety requirements and general precautions for working around concrete on Government Construction projects.  The purpose of the course is to prepare workers and SSHO's with safe job practices for Government Construction Projects.
· July 29, 2021

Concrete, Formwork, and Shoring Course Description

There are 5 Modules to this course, and they are:

  1. Dangers of Working with Concrete
  2. Formwork and Shoring
  3. Precast Concrete
  4. Masonry
  5. Roofing

Also, included in the Course Handouts:

  • Course transcript
  • Project Specific Masonry Bracing Plan Outline (USACE/NAFFAC) – Fill in this outline to make the plan project specific.
  • Requirements of the USACE/NAVFAC EM 385-1-1 current version

Why Titan University is the Trainer of Choice for all Government Construction Contractors

  • TITAN University is the only platform of its kind that focuses solely on Government Construction requirements.
  • TITAN not only develops and teaches online Safety, Quality Control, and Environmental Courses. We physically participate on government construction sites all across America every day providing Safety, Quality Control and Environmental expertise to some of the biggest names in the Government Construction industry.
  • Official Titan University Certificates can be downloaded immediately after a passing grade of 70% or higher.
  • Short quizzes between sections help you remember important information during the course test
  • Take breaks if you need to, the course and tests will wait for you.
  • Verifiable Certificates for your employer and/or the Government

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Course Includes

  • 5 Lessons
  • 5 Quizzes
  • Course Certificate

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It covered Essential/Critical requirements

A lot of the course seemed to provide a checklist for the items that needed to be addressed. Made making a list simple.

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