Protection requirements are continually evolving. Personnel who are responsible for designing and maintaining safety and protective systems need practical, hands-on training in blast design, physics of explosions, requirements and regulations, progressive collapse, and other critical topics. PEC offers courses that provide this training – not just through comprehensive instruction, but with group collaboration, field exercises, and demonstration and application of software tools. We believe that a multi-faceted approach best communicates the science and processes of our profession, which are best taught when presented in front of our peers. We encourage you to consider these classes and to participate in all that apply to your situation and needs.
2017 Course Offerings
PEC will provide two training opportunities this year. The Blast Resistance for Anti-Terrorism short course was taught in San Antonio in February, which will be followed by the Design Requirements for Mitigation of Progressive Collapse webinar series in November. Final dates and costs will be provided soon.
Our foundational course, the Blast Resistance for Anti-Terrorism course has been taught multiple times since 2008 to hundreds of students from government and industry. This intensive 4-day course is up to date with…Learn More
Glass hazards are of primary interest in the design and assessment of blast loaded buildings as most casualties in these events are caused by flying glass. In this course, instructors guide participants…Learn More
Progressive Collapse Course Summary: Protection Engineering Consultants was the leading author in the development of the Department of Defense (DoD) Unified Facilities Criteria UFC 4-023-03: Design of Buildings to Resist Progressive Collapse.…Learn More