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RCI is proud to offer the following courses. If you intend on purchasing any of the programs listed we recommend that you register first.

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Roof Drainage Design for Members (4 credits)   
This course is designed for practicing roof consultants, architects and engineers who desire to become more knowledgeable about designing roof drainage systems to be functional and to meet code.
260
Roof Drainage Design for Non-members (4 credits)   
This course is designed for practicing roof consultants, architects and engineers who desire to become more knowledgeable about designing roof drainage systems to be functional and to meet code.
320
Roof System Thermal and Moisture Design for Members (4 credits)   
This course is designed for those who design roof system and for those that need to understand roofing heat transfer and moisture affects on roofing systems.  The skills taught in this course are of use to all those involved in roof performance and are necessary skills for the RRC.  The principles taught have applicability to walls as well as roofs but the primary focus is on roof systems.
260
Roof System Thermal and Moisture Design for Non-members (4 credits)   
This course is designed for those who design roof system and for those that need to understand roofing heat transfer and moisture affects on roofing systems.  The skills taught in this course are of use to all those involved in roof performance and are necessary skills for the RRC.  The principles taught have applicability to walls as well as roofs but the primary focus is on roof systems.
320
Roofing Basics for Members (4 credits)   
This course is intended for those wanting to develop a better understanding of roofing materials and terminology.
260
Roofing Basics for Non-members (4 credits)   
This course is intended for those wanting to develop a better understanding of roofing materials and terminology.
320
Roofing Technology and Science I for Members (8 credits)   
This course is designed for practicing roof consultants, architects, engineers, building owners and managers and manufacturer's technical personnel who desire to become more knowledgeable about the science and technology of roofing.
520
Roofing Technology and Science II for Members (8 credits)   
This course is designed for practicing roof consultants, architects, engineers, building owners and managers and manufacturer's technical personnel who desire to become more knowledgeable about the science and technology of roofing.
520
Roofing Technology and Science, Part I for Non-members (8 credits)   
This course is designed for practicing roof consultants, architects, engineers, building owners and managers and manufacturer's technical personnel who desire to become more knowledgeable about the science and technology of roofing.
640
Roofing Technology and Science, Part II for Non-members (8 credits)   
Roofing Technology and Science II is the second step and is a continuation of RT&S I focusing on different topics such as roof design for wind resistance and fire resistance. RT&S II also explores additional roofing systems such as fluid applied membranes, steep slope roofing systems, metal roofing, and roof flashing principles. Additionally RT&S II addresses prolonging the life of roof systems through proper maintenance.
640
           
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