TMS presents webinars on a variety of popular masonry topics including strength design, testing, special inspection, and more. Webinars provide 1 hour of continuing education and are usually registered for AIA Learning Units. Many also qualify for HSW learning units.
|Achieving Resilience – How Masonry Supports Resilient Designs||May 12, 2022 @ 1 pm ET||Christine Subasic|
Streaming Links & Certificates of Attendance
Zoom links and handouts can be found on the Events tab of your account page as shown below.
Certificates of attendance will also be available on that page once your attendance has been verified. Use the continuing education form link on the Streaming Info page, or on the main event page for in-person events, to submit a certificate of attendance request.
Previously recorded webinars shown at the link below are available on-demand through the Masonry Education Hub. Most courses provide certificates of attendance. Some are also eligible for AIA learning units upon completion of a short quiz.
TMS Members receive free access to some courses as a membership benefit. View free courses for TMS Members.
TMS webinar series provide a comprehensive review of masonry topics, including special inspection, strength design, existing masonry, and more. See below for a list of upcoming and previously recorded series.
- TMS 402/602-22 Night School (6 sessions), October-November 2022
Recordings of past series are now available on the Masonry Education Hub. Discounts are available when purchasing an entire series.
- Special Inspection of Structural Masonry (9 sessions)
- Masonry 101 (6 sessions)
- Existing Masonry – Assessment, Maintenance, and Repair of Transitional Masonry Structures (7 sessions)
- Allowable Stress Design of Masonry (6 sessions)
- Strength Design of Masonry (6 sessions)
Historical Masonry Workshop Recordings
This program is intended for any Owner, Architect, Engineer or Contractor who is assessing, purchasing, stabilizing, or renovating an existing (especially an historic) building with masonry wall (including load-bearing/non-load-bearing/veneers) such as brick, stone or CMU. The workshop was presented on April, 12, 2013 at the University of Texas – Brownsville Campus. Speakers include Alan Pettingale, Andreas Stavridis, Benchmark Harris, Michael Schuller, and Gordon Shepperd. Biographies of the each speaker can be found at the bottom of the page.
The 6 hour program is split into 14 parts, which can be purchased individually or together at a 25% discount. TMS Members receive an additional 25% discount.
All proceeds from sales of these recordings will go toward the Clayford T. Grimm, P.E. Student Scholarship.