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Bigger scaled Architect-Inspector Training Course being launched

Sunny Kim

By Sunny Kim

Program Manager / Market Development & Market Access, Canada Wood Korea

July 5, 2016

Students at the newly renovated CWK’s seminar room

Students at the newly renovated CWK’s seminar room

The 14th Architect-Inspector Training Program, one of the CWK’s association-based trainings opened in April to provide an in-depth training opportunity on design and inspection of multi-story, multi-family wood frame construction.  Working collaboratively with the Korea Wood Construction Association (KWCA) and the Wood University Centre (WUC), the 14th Architect-Inspector Training program is being held from April 2 to August 20, 2016 at the seminar room of CWK office which was recently renovated and enlarged in order to accommodate more participants.

Tai Jeong provides greeting at the course opening ceremony.

Tai Jeong provides greeting at the course opening ceremony.

More and more building professionals are applying for the program each year, demonstrating a keen interest to learn WFC technology. This year, the seats for 30 trainees were filled only in 2 weeks after the announcement for the training was made, indicating the growing interest in wood frame construction.

 

Textbooks for the Architect-Inspector Training

Textbooks for the Architect-Inspector Training