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This seminar explores rooflight solutions for the metal building envelope, addressing:
• considerations when specifying rooflights
• the innovations that are being implemented in practice
• the economic and environmental benefits that accrue from these developments.

With particular attention to the importance of natural light, safety improvements, legislative pressures and environmental concerns for the typical warehouse and out of town retail unit.
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The Inclusive Access to Washrooms gives a full overview of Building Regulations Part M. BS8300:2009, and the demands of the Equality Act. It also focuses on good inclusive design principles, washroom product trends and introduces the advantages of BIM.
Product area: Bathroom accessories
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The third of three videos in CPD feature based on the RIBA work stages, to give you the information you need about building with Timber in a way that suits the way you work.

2.2 TIMBER - PROCUREMENT STRATEGY
Certification and procurement – how you can meet sustainable procurement criteria.

2.3 TIMBER - SPECIFICATIONS
Learn more technical information about what goes into open and closed panel timber frame systems, how to incorporate steel elements and how to achieve the levels of thermal insulation you need.

2.4 TIMBER - CONSTRUCTION STRATEGY
How to get the most out of off-site manufacturing and the importance of SiteSafe practices to reducing the risk of fire on construction sites.
Product area: Floor beams - timber

External management: clients, users and delivery of services

- Have a clear understaning of Building for Life 12
- Understand the rationale behind Building for Life 12
- Understand what has changed compared to previous version of Building for Life
- Understand how the built for life commendation operates
- Awareness of the Building for Life partnership who run Building for Life 12
Type:  Seminar
Corporate facilities, museums, government buildings, universities, shopping malls and places of worship that use the communications equipment of the modern age all present unique audiovisual (AV) technology challenges. Each type of project requires a range of sophisticated equipment, from computers and
screens to sound systems and digital projectors, all increasingly linked by complex networking systems. Architects are challenged to stay up-to-date on the latest AV technology, and to integrate this technology seamlessly into a building design.

Today, architects and audiovisual solutions providers (AVSPs) are partnering to design interior spaces that successfully merge aesthetics, functionality and technology.
Type:  Seminar
This CPD aims:

- To state course requirements and to begin our exploration of sustainability and design.
- To give you new thinking tools for understanding long-term, dynamic, complex systems and how this understanding can help sustainable design.
- To introduce you to the ideas of design patterns and pattern languages; to explore how pattern languages could be used to network design professionals in common efforts across geographic scales; to explore the geometry of sustainable, natural, living systems.
- To increase the skill with which you bring collaboration and integrated-design processes into your work.
- To increase your ability to incorporate services provided by nature when designing and engineering. To increase your ability to design and engineer for the efficient provision of desired services; to increase your familiarity with the scope and scale of the climate-change problem; and to increase
your understanding of the effectiveness of strategies to address this problem.
- To provide thinking tools to help you assess the life cycles of materials and products, and their use in the built environment.
- To provide you with opportunities to make up for shortfalls in previous assignments.
- To invite you to integrate ideas from the course into a real-world setting.
- To provide students with ideas and perspectives for thinking about environmental sustainability.
- To provide a better understanding of some key environmental issues related to design and construction.
Type:  Advanced degree , Online Learning
This seminar focuses on standards in the audio visual industry:
- To inform of the standards in the audio visual industry
- Identifying audiovisual industry standards and audiovisual best practices
- Recognising the similarity of audiovisual standards and standards familiar to architects
- An understanding of how an audio visual standard is developed
Type:  Seminar

Featured CPD Material

This seminar will assist the specifier to choose the correct type of bedding materials and surface repair when looking at highway repair.
Type:  Seminar
This half day seminar will be introduced by a keynote address from a senior industry figure. In addition, the following will be speaking:

- Peter Fraser, QC. Atkin Chambers, will discuss collaboration under the JCT Contracts
- Professor Rudi Klein, President of the Specialist Engineering Contractors Group and President of the NEC 3 user group, will discuss collaboration under the NEC 3 contracts
- Assad Maqbool, Partner at Trowers and Hamlins LLP and one of the contributors to the PPC 2000 will discuss collaboration under PPC 2000
- Keith Pickavance, well known author on delay and disruption, Executive Consultant at Hill International and one of the authors of the CIOB Complex Projects Contract (CPC2013) will discuss collaboration under CPC 2013.

In addition, you will hear presentations on recent changes to the law with regards to consultant liabilities from Emily Monastiriotis and David Skelton, partners in the Construction & Engineering team at Bond Dickinson LLP, and a brief on the recently concluded NBS National Construction Contracts and Legal Issues Survey from Roland Finch and Darya Bahram.

Date: 3 October, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Location: London
Type:  Seminar
A unique online learning tool for Architects to consider a project in timber frame from work stage A to E. The material is an online programme that takes the user through a case study with interaction needed by the end user to progress to the next stage. There are library access for support information which in turn provides a useful tool for architects. This is a specific experience in how the process might work from planning through to some details for thermal compliant details. The CPD is a one to one learning tool. Click on the link below for further information:
http://www.woodcampus.co.uk/Catalogue/CatalogueItemDetails.aspx?type=1&kbType=3&id=988&PreventAutoLaunch=true
Type:  Online Learning
This seminar covers:

- The legal obligations under the ODS Directive, R22 Phase out and its replacement options and benefits
- The F-Gas Regulation including the likely outcome of the 2012 review
- The EPBD Air Conditioning Inspections legislation, the processes involved
- An enlightening and sometimes amusing look at examples where the efficiency of air conditioning systems has been impaired by design, installation, maintenance or operator errors
Type:  Seminar

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