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  • As an ASCE member, you have free member-only access to live eLearning webinars to enhance your personal and professional knowledge. Please note that these are not eligible for professional development hours (PDHs). Topics include:

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  • Upcoming webinars

    Preparing For Your First Review | **Career Booster Series**

    Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2019 | 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time  
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    Most engineering companies give their engineers annual performance reviews. These annual performance reviews can have a huge impact on your career development, however, many engineers don’t take them seriously, or don’t put in enough time to prepare for them.

    In this session, engineering career coach Anthony Fasano, P.E., will provide you with proven strategies for best preparing for your annual review. He will cover what documentation to prepare, how early to submit it, and give guidelines to follow for the review itself and the months to follow. The information provided in this session can directly impact your salary and your overall success in your engineering career.

    Presenter: Anthony Fasano, P.E., M.ASCE is a globally recognized entrepreneur, best-selling author, speaker, engineering career coach and author of the popular ASCE Careers & Leadership Blog. He is also the author of a bestselling book for engineers entitled Engineer Your Own Success: 7 Key Elements to Creating an Extraordinary Engineering Career. He is the founder of The Engineering Management Institute previously known as the Engineering Career Coach, which has helped thousands of engineers develop their management and leadership skills. Fasano hosts the popular iTunes podcasts: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast, The Civil Engineering Podcast, and most recently Engineering Career TV.

    Long Term Care Insurance – What You Need to Know

    Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2019 | 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time 
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    Long term care insurance is extremely important to retirement planning. Let ASCE help guide you with your retirement planning.  LTCR has a newly enhanced member benefit for ASCE Members. Information on the newly enhanced program as well as quotes if desired and additional member assistance as requested.

    Presenter: Mark Kirby has twenty-two years of experience in long-term care insurance.  He has provided thousands of families and individuals with long-term care planning and advice that is custom designed for each situation.  He is an accomplished author, as well as a public speaker on this important subject.  He is licensed to advise members on the aspects and benefits of LTC insurance and LTC funding options in all 50 states.

    Looking for more eLearning Webinars?

    Below are a few webinars that have aired in the past and more can be found on the Past eLearning Webinars page. Log in with your ASCE account to access recordings of our past webinars, available 24/7.

    Practical Professional Services Contract Considerations For Engineers

    Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2017
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    This seminar will provide the civil engineer with practical considerations regarding the use of professional services agreement, different forms of agreement, and select key provisions, in addition to tips for negotiating these provisions.
    Presented by: Kevin M. Godbout, Esq.

    Calculating Your Professional Risks: The Fewer Moving Parts, the Better

    Date: Thursday, February 16, 2017
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    This webinar is about contract basics for engineers. The webinar will explain the various components of contracts with actual examples from real contracts taken from cases that resulted in litigation or arbitration. Engineers will explore the necessary elements of a contract, the importance of defining the scope of their services, how indemnity clauses and limitation of liability clauses may be used and their consequences, and the implications of insurance requirements in contracts.
    Presenter: Sarah A. Johnson

    When Things Don't Go as Planned: A Study of Civil Engineering Litigation

    Date: Thursday, September 15, 2016
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    This webinar will focus on lessons learned from litigation arising from civil engineering issues. It will focus on several cautionary tales in which civil engineers have worked with ambitious owners to resolve challenges only to be brought into litigation when things do not turn out as planned.
    Presenter: Scott C. Powers and Erik R. Hamblin