- Base System: Structural Engineering 1 Learning System (96-SE1)
- Computer (see Computer Requirements)
- See Base System for Utility Requirements
- Structural Engineering 2 Learning System (96-SE2)
Amatrol’s Structural Engineering 3 Learning System (96-SE3) covers a variety of foundational industrial topics including: concrete mixing, placement, and testing; how to control column and beam deflection; preventing columns from buckling; and designing buildings to both support normal loads and to stand up to environmental elements. These skills can be used to move into fields like construction, engineering, and architecture. The 96-SE3 utilizes components from the Structural Engineering 1 Learning System (96-SE1) and builds on knowledge introduced in that system.
The Advanced Structural Engineering training system includes concrete and metal beam component sets and a building component set that allow learners to practice real-world skills while they study the safety steps, advantages of certain materials, and overall theoretical knowledge behind these foundational engineering concepts. Some of the major topic areas covered by the 96-SE3’s curriculum include beam and column design, the fundamentals of concrete, building design, and building construction. This interlacing of theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills builds learner competencies and gives them the knowledge to move on to more advanced structural engineering topics.