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Architect-Inspector Training begins

June Moon

By June Moon

Technical Assistant / Market Development & Market Access, Canada Wood Korea

June 8, 2014

Chair of KWCA provides greetings at the course opening

Chair of KWCA provides greetings at the course opening

Education and practical training of architects, inspectors, structural engineers, WFC builders and carpenters are intended to fill critical skills gaps preventing the wood method from reaching target levels and contribute towards consistent and high levels of built quality. CWK is providing series of association-based trainings along with Korea Wood Constrution Association(KWCA) and Wood University Centre(WUC).

Students are eager to learn about WFC technology

Students are eager to learn about WFC technology

The Architect-Inspector Training Program is one of the CWK’s association-based training programs for all levels of architects, building inspectors and university professors and graduates to train them in the area WFC technology. Delivered in partnership with KWCA and WUC, this training program offers theory training on architectural design, construction and building inspection of WFC. This preparatory weekend based course is a pre-requisite to the CWG/COFI’s Advanced Technology Construction Training in Canada in order to provide high potential firms with ability to enter multi-family construction segment by boosting architectural, construction and building inspection knowledge.

This year, the 12th Architect-Inspector Training program has been started from April 5 with 21 enrolled professionals and will be continued until August 23.