AE911Truth offers six webinars that licensed engineers can take and earn continuing professional development (CPD) credits for completing — though all members of the public are invited to participate.
Delivered by experienced engineers and senior staff who are part of AE911Truth’s Project Due Diligence, the webinars focus on the scientific inadequacies of the official reports issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) regarding the destruction of the three World Trade Center towers.
Live webinars are usually held on the first and second Wednesdays of each month. Participants can submit questions to the speaker via the chat box on YouTube. Alternatively, engineers can view archived videos of the webinars on their own and still earn CPD credits.
To earn CPD credits, simply take a short five-question quiz at the conclusion of the webinars, and we will email you a certificate. If you require assistance, please contact us here.
We also offer in-person and online presentations to groups. To request a presentation for your group, click here.
This webinar outlines the findings of a four-year study of the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 by researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. It is one hour long and worth one CPD credit.
This webinar provides a comprehensive critique of the ASCE/NIST progressive collapse theory and argues for a new, truly scientific investigation. It is one hour long and worth one CPD credit.
This webinar outlines 16 key decisions that derailed the official WTC 7 investigation and explains why those decisions were in error. It is one hour long and worth one CPD credit. Instructions are provided during the webinar on how to earn a CPD credit, as there is no quiz for this webinar.
This webinar examines AE911Truth’s 2020 request for correction to the NIST WTC 7 report and NIST's unsatisfactory response to the request. It is 1.5 hours long and worth 1.5 CPD credits. Instructions are provided during the webinar on how to earn CPD credits, as there is no quiz for this webinar.