The ICF training session is a one-day training for contractors, owner-builders, architects or homeowners interested in learning about construction using insulated concrete forms (ICF). The class provides a combination of lecture presentation and a hands-on demonstration of the basics of ICF.
The class covers all of the requirements & skills needed to construct the ICF shell of a typical 1-3 story residence or light commercial structure. The course is targeted at professionals, however prospective homeowners with a basic understanding of construction practices will be able to fully participate and benefit from the course.
There are regular ICF training sessions conducted at the Amvic head office in Toronto, Ontario. This is a one day session held at 501 McNicoll Ave, Toronto, ON, M2H 2E2, conducted from 8:30 am – 4.30 pm. Lunch, refreshments, brochures and basic training materials will be provided. The class has a maximum capacity of 24 seats only and an online registration must be made to confirm attendance. Refer the training calendar for more information on upcoming sessions.
We also offer our ICF Training in the form of an online Webinar.
With the ever-evolving landscape of design and building energy requirements it could be challenging to find the time to conduct research on new products and systems. Architects are often required to partake in a minimum amount of continuing education related activities to maintain their professional membership requirements.
Amvic has created ICF continuing education courses designed to educate and familiarize architects with the many features and benefits of our product lineup. Courses are offered both in-person as well as distance education to provide architects with the flexibility to earn continuing education credits at their convenience.
Helped increase our knowledge and ability to offer our clients an alternative form of construction to greatly improve design and performance.
— Grigory Noudelman Rubinoff Design
The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) training is an in-person session (lunch and learn) aimed to introduce Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) construction as an energy efficient alternative to conventional construction practices, both for below and above grade applications. The session encompasses the features and benefits as well as the design criteria for ICF based on the Ontario Building Code (OBC). By the end of session attendees will be equipped with required knowledge to design with ICF. This training is available by request only in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).Register Now
This free online course introduces Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) as a construction methodology in addition to highlighting the benefits of ICF construction for architects, builders and home owners. By the end of the course, participants will have gained the information and knowledge required to design with ICF.
With this course, participants will be able to:
In this course, we’ll examine what “disaster resilience” means and how effective planning and application of progressive structural design, practices and building materials—particularly Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF)—can fulfill a two-pronged sustainability objective: reducing a building’s carbon footprint while fortifying it against nature’s inevitable hazards.
On completion of this course you will be able to: