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New to civil engineering? Join our "Civil Engineering Basics in Building Construction for Freshers" e-course. Learn fundamental concepts, materials, techniques, and more. Gain a strong foundation for success in construction. Enroll today!




Course Price:
Original price was: £194.00.Current price is: £19.99.
Course Duration:
15 hours, 1 minute
Total Lectures:
71
Total Students:
91
Average Rating:
4

Overview

"Civil Engineering Basics in Building Construction for Freshers" is an e-course designed for individuals who are new to the field of civil engineering and looking to gain a solid understanding of the basics of building construction. The course covers the fundamental concepts and principles of civil engineering and provides an introduction to the design and construction of buildings, bridges, and other structures.

Throughout the course, participants will learn about the various materials and techniques used in building construction, such as reinforced concrete, steel, and masonry. They will also learn about the different types of construction processes and the various roles and responsibilities of civil engineers in the construction industry.

In addition to the technical aspects of building construction, the course also covers important topics such as project management, quality control, and safety. It includes practical examples and case studies to help participants understand the concepts and apply them in real-world scenarios. This e-course is perfect for individuals who are just starting out in the field of civil engineering, or for anyone looking to gain a solid understanding of the basics of building construction. Sign up now and start your journey towards becoming a successful civil engineer.

What Will You Learn?

  • The fundamental concepts and principles of civil engineering and building construction.
  • The various materials and techniques used in building construction such as reinforced concrete, steel, and masonry.
  • Different types of construction processes and the various roles and responsibilities of civil engineers in the construction industry.
  • The importance of project management, quality control, and safety in building construction.
  • How to apply knowledge in real-world scenarios through practical examples and case studies.
  • The basics of design and construction of buildings, bridges, and other structures.
  • How to navigate and understand the relevant regulations and standards in the building construction industry.

Who Should Take The Civil Engineering Basic Course?

  • Individuals who are new to the field of civil engineering
  • Anyone looking to gain a solid understanding of the basics of building construction
  • Students who want to learn the fundamental concepts and principles of civil engineering
  • People who want to understand the various materials and techniques used in building construction
  • Individuals who want to learn about the different types of construction processes and the various roles and responsibilities of civil engineers in the construction industry

Requirements

To enrol in "Civil Engineering Basics in Building Construction for Freshers" e-learning course, there are no specific prerequisites, however, basic understanding of mathematics and physics will be helpful. The course is designed for individuals who are new to the field of civil engineering or anyone looking to gain a solid understanding of the basics of building construction. To participate, students will need a reliable internet connection and a device such as a computer, laptop or mobile phone to access the course materials and videos. The course is self-paced, so participants can complete the course at their own pace, but it is recommended to set a specific time for the course each day for better outcomes. No prior knowledge in civil engineering is required, but it is beneficial to have an interest in the field and building construction before enrolling.

Course Curriculum

    • 01 -Interview Questions on Cement l Types of cement l Testing 00:24:00
    • 02- Cement Unit Weight l Storage of cement Bags l IS code Books 00:12:00
    • 03 – Field Tests on Cement at Site 00:06:00
    • 04 – Cement Adulteration Test at Site 00:06:00
    • 05 – Bogus Compounds l Cement Ingredients l Dry _ Wet mix 00:11:00
    • 06 – IS Code Books l Initial _ final Setting Time of Cement l 00:13:00
    • 07 – Grades of concrete l RCC l Nature of Concrete 00:16:00
    • 08 – Cover For Structural Elements l IS 456-200 Clause 00:10:00
    • 09 -Nominal _ Design Mix Difference l IS 10262-2019 Code Book 00:12:00
    • 10 – Importance of curing l Types of curing 00:16:00
    • 11-Admixtures _ Its types l Function of Admixtures 00:11:00
    • 12- Plasticizers _ Super plasticizers l Air Entraining Admixture Function 00:11:00
    • 13- Pozzolona _ Its Importance l Chemistry Behind Pozzolona 00:08:00
    • 13.1 -Can we really use PPC in Construction Industry 00:05:00
    • 14 – Segreation _ Bleeding l Causes for Segregation _ Bleeding 00:08:00
    • 15 – Qualities of Good Water l PH of Water for construction 00:10:00
    • 16- Basic units used in Construction l 00:11:00
    • 17- Density of Constrution Materials 00:08:00
    • 18- Excavation _ PCC Quantity calculation 00:13:00
    • 19- Footing Shuttering _ Concrete Quantity l Column Shuttering _ Concrete Quantity 00:12:00
    • 20- Beam Concrete _ Shuttering l Slab concrete _ Centering Quantity 00:14:00
    • 21- Different Rebar Grades l Weight of Rebar Calculation 00:12:00
    • 22- One way _ two Slab Difference l Most asked Question in Interview 00:08:00
    • 23- Where to Provide Steel in Cantilever Beam l Importance of Hysd Bars 00:17:00
    • 24- Importane of black Cotton Soil l AAC l CLC blocks 00:16:00
    • 24- Importane of black Cotton Soil l AAC l CLC blocks 00:16:00
    • 26- Fine _ coarse Aggregate Importance l Test on Aggregates 00:14:00
    • 27- Importance of Workability l workability Test l Slump Test Procedure 00:15:00
    • 28 – Slump Test Practically 00:01:00
    • 29- Market Rates of Materials l Bonds in Brickwork l 00:10:00
    • 30- Tests on Brick l Minimum Crushing Strength of Brick 00:11:00
    • 30.1 – Paint Calculation l Putty l Brickwork 00:13:00
    • 31- Lapping of Bars l Lap Length l How to do Lapping l 00:10:00
    • 32- Development Length l Importance of Development Length 00:16:00
    • 33 – where to do Lapping in Beams l Concept to Beam Lapping 00:10:00
    • 34- Lapping in Columns l Where to Lap Bars in Column 00:14:00
    • 35- Lapping in Slabs l Where to Lap and where not to Lap 00:16:00
    • 36- Efefective cover l Clear cover l Effective Depth l Overall Depth 00:08:00
    • 37- Spacer Bar l Pin Reinforcments l IS 456 clauses 00:12:00
    • 38 -Beam Minimum Rebar Criteria l IS 456-2000 00:17:00
    • 39- Minimum Rebar in Square _ Circular Column l Technical Answers 00:08:00
    • 40 – IS- 456 Code Book Reference 00:02:00
    • 42 – Slab Minimum _ Maximum Reinforcements 00:16:00
    • 43 – Staging l Scafolding l Formwork Difference 00:08:00
    • 44- Types of foundation l Its Technical Reason 00:09:00
    • 45- Sequence of Construction Industry l Types of Drawings 00:07:00
    • 46 – Code Books l Specifications l List of them 00:07:00
    • 48 – Manual Calculation for Aggragte Quantity 00:07:00
    • 49 – Manual Calculation to Find Blocks Quantiity in Wall 00:07:00
    • 50 – Paint Calculation l Putty l Brickwork 00:13:00
    • 51- BBS of Footing l Manual Calculation 00:15:00
    • 511 IS 456 -2000 Code Part 1 00:41:00
    • 512 IS 456 -2000 Code Part 2 00:30:00
    • 513 Column l BEam l Slab Thumb Rules 00:08:00
    • 514 How to Decide Beam Size in Building 00:10:00
    • 515 HOw to Decide Column _ Slab Sizes 00:08:00
    • 516 List of Structural Engineering Question l Code Books 00:15:00
    • 517 IS 1893-2016 – Complete code Explanation 00:22:00
    • 52 – Motivational Talk l How to Overcome Interview failure 00:07:00
    • 53 – How to Make Resume Standout in All interviews 00:15:00
    • 54- Hands on Training for Resume Building l 200 _ Success Rate 00:25:00
    • 55- Always have Second Source of Income 00:22:00
    • 56- Always Upgrade l Money Comes through Skills 00:08:00
    • 57 – Life isnt Easy for Anyone l Life is Struggle 00:15:00
    • 58 -Have Long Terms Goals l Be Disciplined in Life 00:10:00
    • 59 -How to Earn Money For Students l Earn While you Study or Work l 00:14:00
    • 60 – How to Introduce yourself l Salarly Negotiations l HR Questions l 00:15:00
    • 61 – Site Engineer Carrer Path l Job Hunting Tricks 00:19:00
    • 62 -Teaching Jobs l Career Path l Salarly l 00:18:00
    • 63 – Structural Engineer Job l Salary l Growth l 00:22:00
    • Order Certificate 00:05:00

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