Post Tensioned Slab – Concrete Structure Series (4/7)

  • Suitable for: Builders, Site Managers/Engineers, Project Managers/Engineers, etc.
  • Chosen by: Tier 1-2 builders including Lendlease, Multiplex, Laing O'Rourke, Hansen Yuncken, Watpac, Probuild, Buildcorp.
  • Length: Total 1 hour
  • Access: 6 months access on mobile & PC

Learning Outcomes Post Tensioned Slab:

  • Coordinate and manage post-tensioning works from design stage to construction
  • Supervise post-tensioning installation on site
  • Ensure quality in high risk items around post-tensioning works

You Will Learn:

  •  How does post tensioning work and what is its construction procedure?
  • What reinforcement does post tensioning help to reduce?
  • What are the different components of PT tendons?
  • What is anchorage zone and its risks on site?
  • What does helix/anti-burst reinforcement do?
  • What is pan stressing and reason for pan trimmers?
  • What benefits does post tensioning system offer?
  • What does one-way and two-way slab mean and which one is more efficient?
  • How to read and what to look for in a post tensioning drawing?
  • What are the common construction issues around post tensioned slabs?

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Course Includes

  • 12 Lessons
  • Course Certificate
  • 1 CPD Point

Ratings and Reviews

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4 Ratings
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Max K.
Posted 11 months ago
course quality is really high.

Explained items very clearly and actually identified items that are missed by many people and questions that should be asked by the construction Team

Jason Watters
Posted 11 months ago
I found it quite informative

Suitable for people like myself to gain more understanding of the relationship between design and site construction

Sunny Smith
Posted 11 months ago
Very detailed presentation with good visuals.

Really in depth and technical. I liked the sensible explanation of theory vs. reality on site. Great videos and examples are also really beneficial for my learning and structural competence on site.

Kamal Bagherzadeh
Posted 1 year ago

I liked the course and recommend it to every Structural Engineering wants to improve his knowledge of construction.

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