Check out the three new courses that RedVector has released:

2014 Florida Building Code Advanced 5th Edition: Significant Changes to the Residential Code
The purpose of this course is to familiarize building officials, fire officials, plans examiners, inspectors, design professionals, contractors, and others in the construction industry with many of the important changes in the 5th Edition (2014) Florida Building Code, Residential (FBCR). 414 more words


New Health, Safety and Environment Courses!

RedVector has released two new HSE courses which are approved by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals!

These courses are presented by Ms. Cassandra Dillon.  Ms. 251 more words


New Project Management Course

Project Management Essentials
Are you a successful project manager? Do you know the criteria to prove it?

This interactive online Project Management Essentials course provides you an in-depth look at the critical skills and capabilities for Project Management success. 190 more words


New Courses for Construction Management

RedVector has released two Construction Management courses comprised of two hours of training content. These courses are presented by Mr. Michael C. Loulakis, the President & CEO of Capital Project Strategies, LLC. 159 more words


Teaching Drug Evaluation and Approval: Regulatory Sciences or Regulatory Affairs?

By: HaiAn Zheng

Is regulatory sciences the same as regulatory affairs? When teaching students, training employees, or developing regulatory programs, we often use them interchangeably. They are similar and related, but should we distinguish these two terms with more depth?  710 more words

AAPS Events

New Courses for Transportation Engineers

RedVector is happy to announce two new advanced-level video courses on Transportation Engineering, comprised of five hours of content!  These video courses are great for civil and traffic engineers. 198 more words


Mobile-Ready Webcast: 2015 National Design Specification for Wood Construction

RedVector has released a new webcast:

2015 National Design Specification for Wood Construction

In order to maintain the safety and welfare of the population, the structural design requirements as defined in the building codes are consistently updated. 88 more words