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    Software Training Schedule

    To learn more about our webinars or to register for a webinar please contact us at software@weyerhaeuser.com.

    ForteWEB Fridays - 2020

    Join us for ForteWEB Fridays as we take an hour to go over the ForteWEB basics. Each training session will be on the first Friday of the month at 11 a.m. Eastern (8 a.m. Pacific). 


    Advanced ForteWEB Fridays - 2020

    In Advanced Forte Fridays we take an hour to go over advanced use of ForteWEB. We’ll host training sessions once per quarter at 11 a.m. Eastern (8 a.m. Pacific). 


    No time for a 60-minute Webinar?  Check out our YouTube playlist here.

    Have an hour, but schedule doesn’t work for you?  Watch a recorded webinar here.

    TrusJoist Technical Webinars - 2020

    Webinars are offered at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Eastern (8 and/or 10:30 a.m. Pacific). Each session is 30 minutes unless indicated otherwise. A recording will be distributed to all registrants. Select a topic below to register:

    Always Learning - 2020

    These webinars will have a Javelin and Stellar focus. Each session is 30 minutes. Please select a topic below to register:

    Listed below is our series of Javelin instructor-led classes. Each session lasts 1 to 2 hours.  Please send us an e-mail to be enrolled in any of the sessions below.

    Part-Time Javelin

    Class Dates: January 20, March 16,  May 4, July 20, September 14, November 16 Time: 12-1 PM Eastern

    Description:  An overview of Javelin’s capabilities with a focus on Reviewing, Manipulating, and Outputs for an existing job.  Class will manipulate one of the Sample Jobs that come standard with a Javelin installation.  At the end of the session, students will be able to open a Javelin file, open and print a Layout Sheet, member report(calc), Material List.  They will also be able to navigate the Job Tree, Visibilities, select Objects, and change Properties.  Minor inputs, editing, and revisions will also be included. 

    Target audience:  Part-Time or Beginning Javelin users, Managers, Engineers, Sales, Administration. 


    Javelin Output

    Class Dates: January 20, March 16,  May 4, July 20, September 14, November 16 Time: 2-3:30 PM Eastern

    Course Description:  This course is focused on the various forms of Javelin output.  It covers tools for cleaning, de-cluttering, and emphasizing a Javelin layout.  We also cover various outputs for Material Lists for quoting, ordering, importing to Point of Sale or Stellar systems.

    Target audience:  Full-Time or Part-Time Javelin users


    Javelin Modeling I

    Class Dates: January 21, March 17,  May 5, July 20, September 15, November 17 Time: 12-2 PM Eastern

    Description: An introduction to modeling in Javelin.  Basic input commands to model a first-floor framing system without design.  Instructor will model “Exercise 1” specify geometry-only hangers, user input loads, Auto-Frame, Create Material Lists and Layout Sheet.

    Target audience:  Beginning Javelin users 


    Javelin Modeling II

    Class Dates: January 23, March 19,  May 7, July 23, September 17, November 19 Time: 12-2 PM Eastern

    Description:  Intermediate modeling and editing in Javelin, multiple levels and more complex modeling concepts.  Also includes creating Loads for use with Design.  A more interactive session, students will be asked to perform tasks during the class session.

    Target audience:  Beginning to Intermediate Javelin users.


    Javelin Design and Analysis

    Class Dates: January 24, March 20,  May 8, July 24, September 18, November 20 Time: 12-2 PM Eastern

    Course Description:  A detailed look at the Design panel, errors that can occur during the Design process, resolving those errors, and interpreting warnings.  Students will also learn how to interpret product failures and member reports after completing design.  Connectors will also be reviewed.

    Target audience:  Full-Time Javelin users, Engineers using Javelin for design review. 

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