This live session is designed to support those studying the NBCC in preparation for the Examination for Architects in Canada (ExAC)* exam.
Topics: Practice, Building Code
Length: One 1-hour live Q&A session
What's included: Live Q&A session
Date and Time: August 19, 2022, 2pm - 3pm ET
Registration Closes: August 12, 2022 at 4pm ET
This session will not be recorded.
Register here for the November 18, 2022 session!
Event Description: Join Amal Tamim for a Q&A sessions where you'll have the opportunity to ask questions and hear what other participants want to know. Amal is a seasoned code consultant with over 25 years combined national and international experience. She is a firm believe in knowledge transfer, specifically in the area of building safety and building code application. These live virtual sessions are designed to support individuals in preparation for the Examination for Architects in Canada (ExAC) exam. The session will refer to both volumes of the 2015 NBCC. Registrants can submit questions ahead of time and ask questions in person.
IMPORTANT: These sessions require a minimum of 10 registrants in order to run. If the session does not reach the 10-person minimum, the session will be cancelled. When registration closes on August 12, 2022, the RAIC will reach out to registrants and let them know if the 10-person minimum has been reached. If it has not been reached, registrants will be offered a refund or the ability to switch their registration to the next available session on November 18, 2022.
RAIC also offers an asynchronous NBCC course available in eight 2-hour online learning sessions. This is an interactive, highly engaging course that can be taken at the participant's pace. More details available here!
Subject Matter Expert
Jensen Hughes Consulting Canada Ltd.
Amal Tamim s a seasoned code consultant with over 25 years combined national and international experience. She is a firm believer in knowledge transfer specifically in the area of building safety and building code application. She has led multiple Code seminars and training workshops around the world, including a 35-hours NBCC 2015 training workshop. She is currently a senior consultant supporting the building code consulting and safety engineering services Canadian operations of Jensen Hughes.