The “T” in “Atema” stands for “Training”. From day one, Atema has been committed to providing quality training for the steel industry. Our first training course, fondly called the “Atema Bootcamp” has put us in touch with fabricators and erectors both domestic and internationally, all wanting learn more about AISC and how certification might work for them. That initial class is still going strong, both publicly and privately, just for Atema clients, but our training program has morphed into so much more.
You’ll find a list of our course offerings below. Don’t see something you’re looking for? Contact us. Customized training is always an option.
AISC Certification for Structural Steel Fabricators (Building and Bridge)
The AISC certification requirements have changed. Whether you are new to AISC certification, or just looking for a refresh, this course is for you. Our trainers will dive into the requirements of the following AISC certification categories:
- Building QMS Certification (BU)
- Bridge QMS Certification (SBR, IBR, ABR)
- Bridge Component Certification (CPT)
- Hydraulic QMS Certification (HYD)
- Sophisticated Paint Endorsement (SPE)
- Fracture Critical Endorsement (FC)
AISC Certification for Structural Steel Erectors
With the release of the new “harmonized” standard for all AISC certification categories, erectors may find there are requirements that are new and unfamiliar. This course will walk you through them, step by step. Our trainers will cover all the requirements of the following AISC certification categories:
- Erector QMS Certification (CSE)
Currently certified AISC Fabricators and Erectors may have noticed the auditor looking into your QC Inspector’s (QCI) knowledge, education, and experience. We can help you pass this part of the audit with flying colors! Your QCIs will receive a certificate of completion in training that is well known as a high-quality training event and tremendous professional development.
Our QCI training is targeted for your company; in addition to your company’s inspection requirements our trainers will go into greater depth on welding and bolting inspection and tie these inspection tasks to AISC’s Chapter N (Quality Control and Quality Assurance).