The following schedule of in-house and online training courses, provided by MiTek will be delivered based on a minimum demand of four attendees.
We reserve the right to cancel scheduled in-house and online courses if the minimum demand of four attendees is not met with 1 weeks notice and accordingly, we recommend that all bookings for accommodation, transport and flights are made on a flexible basis.
In-house courses are delivered at our training room facility in Dudley, using the current release version of the MiTek software. MiTek will provide computers, notepads, refreshments and lunch each day during the training. Customers are responsible for travel, accommodation and other expenses.
Each course will begin at 9:00am prompt and end at 5:00p.m. Courses are limited to 16 people to ensure that quality time is spent with each individual. The dress code during training courses is casual.
Online courses will be delivered via the internet using, screen sharing software with verbal communications facilitated through either software or a local rate conference call provider.
Prerequisites: These requirements for each course are there to ensure all attendees arrive with the same minimum level of understanding of the topics being covered, thus allowing the course program to be followed.
PAMIR Posi 1 Day:
Scope: This one-day course is intended for users who are already familiar with the MiTek MBA and Pamir software. Its aim is to cover in general terms all aspects associated with the usage of Posi Joist in floor situations with coverage of only the specific software tools required. Continuous assessment is used in place of a summary test to gauge the attendees understanding of the points covered.
Prerequisites: Minimum of three months’ prior hands on experience using the Pamir software or successful completion of the Pamir Introduction for Posi course.
- Understanding the product
- Floor construction considerations
- Posi related project setup
- Software overview
- Building entry with associated floor surfaces
- Creating standard openings and framing openings for future lift shafts
- Using Interactive automatic framing with splits
- Adding and editing manual framing
- Changing end details and interior via the build and wall options
- Modify opening supports and framing
- Create edge framing (ring beams, rim boards, packers and noggins)
- Match webbing across joists
- Edit internal details and webbing for improved engineering
- Design joists and review the results
- Apply additional frame and layout manual loads
- Review additional loading to meet sound and fire proofing requirements
- Manually add ancillary items such as strong backs, partition and restraint noggins
- Review the Posi Joist manufacturing standard, output and installation options
- Posi specific engineering reports
- Using Posi in roof situations (time permitting)
- Tips, tools and did you know sessions