The C-suf class is a six-week course, which focuses on basic engineering, and includes a variety of topics such as water, soil, air, fire, air-to-ground and ground systems.
It was developed in 2003 by the Canadian Civil Engineering Association (CCEA) and is a mandatory course for students.
Students who take it must be able to: describe the processes of a structure’s construction, design, and operation; identify and design a structure and associated facilities; construct and repair structures; assess their effectiveness; design, construct and operate an electric power plant; and prepare and analyze technical and physical data for the purpose of design, planning, building and operation of a new or refurbished building.
C-Suf is not a course you should take for a degree or certificate in civil engineering.
(CBC News) It was created in 2003, but is now mandatory for students, but not for graduates.
Students have to complete the course in three years, and the curriculum is designed to help students develop a professional skillset and ensure they can compete for jobs in Canada.
“It is the first course in Canada to focus on basic civil engineering,” said CCAE vice-president of training and education, Jeffery Jost.
“Students will learn about the fundamentals of civil engineering and their responsibilities in building and operating structures.
This course will also help them prepare for careers in civil and environmental engineering.”
The course also includes a course called C-Flex, which will help students to develop their knowledge of how the air, water and soil of Canada are created.
The CCAEs curriculum is updated annually and is designed for a wide range of students, including engineers, architects, landscape architects, engineering engineers, electrical engineers and engineers with advanced degrees in civil or environmental engineering.
Students will be required to complete two years of CCAEF.
The course is also taught by a CCAFE member.
The association has been involved in developing the course since it was created and it is part of C-Uf, a four-year curriculum that focuses on the use of engineering to improve the lives of Canadians.
The program was created by the CCEA and was designed to give students a strong foundation in civil, environmental and environmental-related engineering.
It is designed primarily for students who have completed the CCAef course, but also has an emphasis on courses for engineering students.
It also has a requirement for engineering graduates.
A student must complete the C-Ef course by the time they are ready to become a civil engineer.
“They need to have the foundation and skills they need to become professional civil engineers,” said Jost, adding that the course is designed around a specific type of project, such as a dam or a tunnel.
“In terms of the project itself, this is where the real challenge is, and I think they will find a lot of value in this course.”
Students in the CCEE course are required to be licensed as civil engineers.
The CCEA has a partnership with the Canadian Engineering Association, and many students will take part in the course.
“We think it’s a very valuable course,” said Jillette Sperber, a CCEA vice-chair, in an interview with CBC News.
“The course is very useful for students.”
Sperberg is also the director of education at the Engineering Association of Canada, which supports the CTE program.
“I think the course will be really helpful for engineering candidates,” said Sperb.
“A lot of the students who are interested in civil engineers are looking for a way to be more professional and develop their skills, so this is something that can be really useful for them.”