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Has anyone tried steelclass.com

Has anyone tried steelclass.com

Has anyone tried steelclass.com

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Hello,

I'm a mechanical engineer who wants to learn about steel structures, I've been looking for online courses and found this website: steelclass.com

Has anyone tried this site? Is it recommendable?

BR

RE: Has anyone tried steelclass.com

I have not use the site, but took a brief look at it just now. See you have to pay to access the videos... but you have no idea of the quality of the program.

Why not start out the "free" route with the
AISC Education - "The Official Education Channel for the American Institute of Steel Construction"

I believe a few of the videos will be useful to you. Others are probably too focused on the details of a single subject.

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