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Course Description:
A training designed for construction supervisors who are interested in knowing the standard practices in the implementation of concrete works. This seminar was developed to serve as a guide on a project level for target participants with the hope of promoting quality, safety and improving their productivity.

Course Objectives:
At the end of the training, participants are expected to be able to supervise preparatory work before concreting and concreting operations.

Course Content

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Concrete Works
Rebarworks
Formworks for Maximum Re-Use

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Adoreu Amino Adoreu Amino
Posted 4 days ago
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NASER FERNANDEZ NASER FERNANDEZ
Posted 6 days ago
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Evaresto malones Evaresto malones
Posted 1 week ago
Concrete , rebar and formworks supervision

Exemplary presentation of topics, very detailed and easy to understand

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john benedict diagro john benedict diagro
Posted 1 month ago
Concrete works

Very informative training

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Jose mercado ancheta Jose mercado ancheta
Posted 2 months ago
Great!

The course is great. I suggest that they will put more photos

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Danilo Tabilas Danilo Tabilas
Posted 2 months ago

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John paul rex Barrameda John paul rex Barrameda
Posted 3 months ago
Refresh previous knowledge for universities

I liked the self-paced learning

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Fitzgerald Polinar Fitzgerald Polinar
Posted 3 months ago
If you are aspiring DPWH PE, then you must enroll in this course.

Overall the course is excellent.

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Riggo LoTa Riggo LoTa
Posted 3 months ago
knowledge about supervising concrete works

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Filcres anthony polinar Filcres anthony polinar
Posted 3 months ago
good

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