Wallingford Consultancy is passionate about lifelong learning and the pursuit of knowledge. We believe in the importance of continuing professional development to upgrade the skills of the construction workforce. We offer highly professional courses that are aligned with recent developments in the fields of structural engineering and concrete technology. We are very proud to have a team of highly qualified instructors and assessors who are passionate about what they do and are committed to delivery of training excellence. Details of the current courses are as follows.

Latest Training Courses

1) FRP Strengthening Design of Reinforced Concrete with Externally Bonded Systems

FRP Strengthening TechniqueThis course aimed to give an overview on the design and application of FRP strengthening in rehabilitation of reinforced concrete structures in accordance to the latest Concrete Society Technical Report 55 (TR 55) design guidance. The course content mainly featured specific design aspects on flexural strengthening, shear strengthening and axial confinement strengthening. At the end of the course, participants should be able to design and apply the use of FRP reinforcement in strengthening of existing concrete structures.

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2) ICT Qualifications in Concrete Technology and Construction

Be Professional Concrete Technologist with the Concrete Technology and Construction training courses offered by Wallingford Consultancy. Our courses syllabus are prepared in line with the learning objectives set by the Institute of Concrete Technology (ICT) UK. Upon completion of our courses, participants have options to sit for the ICT examination leading to industry-endorsed and internationally recognised qualifications that directly linked to the professional grades of membership of the ICT.


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