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The RIBA is a key source of information on architecture and related subjects. From up-to-date material on all aspects of design and construction, through to international architectural history.

CPD Material (13)


Seminar
RIBA Contracts CPD Day
RIBA Members get 50% off the RIBA CPD Programme, compared to non-members. Please note that this course costs to attend and is not provided in practice.

Free copies of the RIBA contracts when you book onto this course

Are you looking to advance your knowledge and understanding of the new RIBA Professional Services Contracts and RIBA Building Contracts?

The RIBA Contracts CPD Day will broaden your knowledge and provide you with a better understanding of the overall procurement framework, the architect/consultant’s role and help ensure that you choose the right form of contract.

The RIBA Contracts CPD Day is broken down into two sessions. The morning session will focus on the importance of using the appropriate form of appointment document and the content of the new suite of RIBA Professional Services Contracts.

The afternoon session will focus on the various building contract procurement methods and the new 2018 edition of the RIBA Building Contracts.

For information, dates, locations, costs and to book, visit www.architecture.com
Knowledge level:
Deep Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Course
RIBA Conservation Course
RIBA Members get 50% off the RIBA CPD Programme, compared to non-members. Please note that this course costs to attend and is not provided in practice.

Do you have a passion for conservation architecture? Do you want to develop specialist knowledge, skills and connections in the field? Are you interested in taking a route onto the RIBA Conservation Register?

The RIBA Conservation Course is an important step on the ladder towards a specialism in conservation. It will provide you with a framework of knowledge and understanding to support your decision making process on projects and enable you to apply for recognition of your skills within the RIBA and other Conservation Accreditation Schemes.

The RIBA Conservation Course takes place over four days and is aimed at architects and other construction professionals who:

wish to develop their specialism in conservation architecture
want to develop practical knowledge and skills in conservation

wish to refresh their knowledge or formalise learning from experience in the field

need to provide evidence to support their application onto the RIBA Conservation Register and other accredited schemes

The RIBA Advanced Conservation Course is aimed at architects and other built environment professionals who have attended the RIBA four day Conservation Course or other conservation courses, and wish to progress their specialism in conservation.

RIBA Conservation Course covers:

Day 1 Philosophy and ethics
Day 2 Practical conservation in context
Day 2 Practical conservation in context
Day 4 Site visits and the RIBA accreditation application process

RIBA Advanced Conservation Course includes:

Day 1 Conservation Procedures
Day 2 Structure, Construction & Services

For details, dates, prices and to book visit www.architecture.com
Material type: Course
Course
RIBA Principal Designer Course (one day)
Note: this course costs to attend: check www.architecture.com for costs, dates and venues and to book. All RIBA CPD courses are 50% off for RIBA members.

Since the Health and Safety Executive’s CDM 2015 Regulations came into effect in 2015, the RIBA has been offering a range of half, one and two day courses on the Principal Designer role. These are the only Principal Designer Courses offered by the RIBA.

RIBA's accredited one-day Principal Designer course defines and provide adequate 'skills, knowledge, experience' to a professionally agreed standard. To show awareness and capability to deliver this role there is an industry expectation for professionals to demonstrate attendance and knowledge attained.

Following completion, an attendance certificate will be issued showing that you attended the RIBA-accredited course.

You will also be given the opportunity to participate in an online exam, after which successful delegates will be issued an exam result certificate. Alongside your attendance certificate, this could be useful should a client, stakeholder or external body require evidence that you have the industry standard skills, knowledge and understanding of the principal designer role.

The course provides adequate understanding of the regulations, context and background, as well as Principal Designer practicalities, using delegate’s ongoing projects as case studies. Although the course is mainly aimed at architects with three or more years’ experience, it is also suitable for other duty-holders looking to learn more about the new Principal Designer role.

By attending this CPD you will increase your understanding of the different challenges faced when dealing with the Health and Safety Executive's CDM regulations 2015.
Material type: Course
Seminar
The Big Wins: Deliverable and Cost-effective Sustainable Design Solutions
We need low energy for every project, not just the green exemplars. This seminar will give you the knowledge to assess cost and energy implications of your design decisions, so performance can be imbedded, rather than bolted-on.
Speaker: Sally Godber, WARM or Mark Siddall, LEAP
This event is taking place at 14 English locations
Fees:
RIBA member (all 10 seminars): £292 (£350.40 inc VAT)
Chartered Practices (all 10 seminars): £400 (£480 inc VAT)
Non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£702 inc VAT)
Pay-as-you-go:
RIBA/CIAT members: £46 (£55.20 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-member: £92 (£110.40 inc VAT)
Booking:
All RIBA members (including CPD Club Ticket holders) and non-members, can book online. Club Ticket bookings can be made using the link
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScswvitXFtsSmLrk1T6RmFCRHERi_XXYq9MFMNZff692rjBQA/viewform
Alternatively, email your contact details and selected sessions to cpdclub@riba.org
or your RIBA regional office. For pay-as-you-go bookings visit
https://www.architecture.com/whatson
For further information see RIBA Core CPD 2019 Programme https://www.architecture.com/corecpd
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Project Management: Delivering High Quality Outcomes
By attending this seminar, you will gain increased awareness of key considerations in managing projects, including proactively managing risks, change and quality. This seminar will cover key project management principles and processes linked to the project lifecycle, communication, phases, scope and deliverables, alongside benefits and outcomes for clients and stakeholders.
Speaker: Teri Okoro, TOCA
This event is taking place at 16 English locations
Fees:
RIBA member (all 10 seminars): £292 (£350.40 inc VAT)
Chartered Practices (all 10 seminars): £400 (£480 inc VAT)
Non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£702 inc VAT)
Pay-as-you-go:
RIBA/CIAT members: £46 (£55.20 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-member: £92 (£110.40 inc VAT)
Booking:
All RIBA members (including CPD Club Ticket holders) and non-members, can book online. Club Ticket bookings can be made using the link
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScswvitXFtsSmLrk1T6RmFCRHERi_XXYq9MFMNZff692rjBQA/viewform
Alternatively, email your contact details and selected sessions to cpdclub@riba.org
or your RIBA regional office. For pay-as-you-go bookings visit
https://www.architecture.com/whatson
For further information see RIBA Core CPD 2019 Programme https://www.architecture.com/corecpd
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Plan of Work through the Conservation Lens
This seminar will provide an understanding of the complex issues to consider when dealing with projects involving historic buildings and how conservation principles are applied throughout a project’s progress, from brief development through to completion.
Speaker: Lisa Mcfarlane, Seven Architecture
This event is taking place at 14 English locations
Fees:
RIBA member (all 10 seminars): £292 (£350.40 inc VAT)
Chartered Practices (all 10 seminars): £400 (£480 inc VAT)
Non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£702 inc VAT)
Pay-as-you-go:
RIBA/CIAT members: £46 (£55.20 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-member: £92 (£110.40 inc VAT)
Booking:
All RIBA members (including CPD Club Ticket holders) and non-members, can book online. Club Ticket bookings can be made using the link
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScswvitXFtsSmLrk1T6RmFCRHERi_XXYq9MFMNZff692rjBQA/viewform
Alternatively, email your contact details and selected sessions to cpdclub@riba.org
or your RIBA regional office. For pay-as-you-go bookings visit
https://www.architecture.com/whatson
For further information see RIBA Core CPD 2019 Programme https://www.architecture.com/corecpd
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Inclusive Environments: Designing for Neighbourhoods of the Future
During this seminar, you will take ‘a journey through a day’ with people to explore how the buildings they experience impact on them and their daily lives. This seminar will look at how to integrate inclusive design principles, illustrate a range of user needs and how to engage with users. It will also provide an update on inclusive design legislative and regulatory requirements.
Speaker: Emma Luddington, Living Well at Home Ltd
This event is taking place at 14 English locations
Fees:
RIBA member (all 10 seminars): £292 (£350.40 inc VAT)
Chartered Practices (all 10 seminars): £400 (£480 inc VAT)
Non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£702 inc VAT)
Pay-as-you-go:
RIBA/CIAT members: £46 (£55.20 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-member: £92 (£110.40 inc VAT)
Booking:
All RIBA members (including CPD Club Ticket holders) and non-members, can book online. Club Ticket bookings can be made using the link
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScswvitXFtsSmLrk1T6RmFCRHERi_XXYq9MFMNZff692rjBQA/viewform
Alternatively, email your contact details and selected sessions to cpdclub@riba.org
or your RIBA regional office. For pay-as-you-go bookings visit
https://www.architecture.com/whatson
For further information see RIBA Core CPD 2019 Programme https://www.architecture.com/corecpd
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Fire Safety for Designers Post-Grenfell
Post-Grenfell, the Independent Review of Building Regulations and fire safety made clear that the regulatory framework and fire safety processes are unfit for purpose. The construction industry must change its culture and this seminar will question existing complacencies, offering a common-sense protocol to achieve this objective.
Speaker: Paul Bussey, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
This event is taking place at 15 English locations
Fees:
RIBA member (all 10 seminars): £292 (£350.40 inc VAT)
Chartered Practices (all 10 seminars): £400 (£480 inc VAT)
Non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£702 inc VAT)
Pay-as-you-go:
RIBA/CIAT members: £46 (£55.20 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-member: £92 (£110.40 inc VAT)
Booking:
All RIBA members (including CPD Club Ticket holders) and non-members, can book online. Club Ticket bookings can be made using the link
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScswvitXFtsSmLrk1T6RmFCRHERi_XXYq9MFMNZff692rjBQA/viewform
Alternatively, email your contact details and selected sessions to cpdclub@riba.org
or your RIBA regional office. For pay-as-you-go bookings visit
https://www.architecture.com/whatson
For further information see RIBA Core CPD 2019 Programme https://www.architecture.com/corecpd
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Ensuring Safety through Specification and Detailing
Looking at safety through specification and detailing by focussing on the principles of the Designer responsibilities and the importance of drawings and specifications in the delivery of a project, this seminar will analyse how the safe approach used at design stage can have an impact on the building when in use.
Speaker: Paola Boffo or Jonathan Baldwin, AECOM Specification Consulting
This event is taking place at 15 English locations
Fees:
RIBA member (all 10 seminars): £292 (£350.40 inc VAT)
Chartered Practices (all 10 seminars): £400 (£480 inc VAT)
Non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£702 inc VAT)
Pay-as-you-go:
RIBA/CIAT members: £46 (£55.20 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-member: £92 (£110.40 inc VAT)
Booking:
All RIBA members (including CPD Club Ticket holders) and non-members, can book online. Club Ticket bookings can be made using the link
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScswvitXFtsSmLrk1T6RmFCRHERi_XXYq9MFMNZff692rjBQA/viewform
Alternatively, email your contact details and selected sessions to cpdclub@riba.org
or your RIBA regional office. For pay-as-you-go bookings visit
https://www.architecture.com/whatson
For further information see RIBA Core CPD 2019 Programme https://www.architecture.com/corecpd
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Community Engagement: Collaborative Design Techniques
This interactive seminar will explore how to work with community stakeholders and clients through collaborative design processes. Exploring design engagement from a range of perspectives through case studies, discussion and hands-on activities, this session will provide you with practical tools and approaches to use in your own work.
Speaker: Sophia de Sousa, The Glass-House
This event is taking place at 15 English locations
Fees:
RIBA member (all 10 seminars): £292 (£350.40 inc VAT)
Chartered Practices (all 10 seminars): £400 (£480 inc VAT)
Non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£702 inc VAT)
Pay-as-you-go:
RIBA/CIAT members: £46 (£55.20 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-member: £92 (£110.40 inc VAT)
Booking:
All RIBA members (including CPD Club Ticket holders) and non-members, can book online. Club Ticket bookings can be made using the link
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScswvitXFtsSmLrk1T6RmFCRHERi_XXYq9MFMNZff692rjBQA/viewform
Alternatively, email your contact details and selected sessions to cpdclub@riba.org
or your RIBA regional office. For pay-as-you-go bookings visit
https://www.architecture.com/whatson
For further information see RIBA Core CPD 2019 Programme https://www.architecture.com/corecpd
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
CDM 2015: Your Essential Guide to Designer Duties
This seminar will demystify the regulations and help you understand how to apply health and safety design risk management on your projects. CDM should be utilised as a collaborative tool, developing the design and construction process to enhance health and safety in the built environment, ensuring that we consider design implications through reductive steps.
Speakers: Peter Waxman and Alan Mead, Multiplex CDM
This event is taking place at 14 English locations. Fees:
Core Club Ticket:
Fees:
RIBA member (all 10 seminars): £292 (£350.40 inc VAT)
Chartered Practices (all 10 seminars): £400 (£480 inc VAT)
Non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£702 inc VAT)
Pay-as-you-go:
RIBA/CIAT members: £46 (£55.20 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-member: £92 (£110.40 inc VAT)
Booking:
All RIBA members (including CPD Club Ticket holders) and non-members, can book online. Club Ticket bookings can be made using the link
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScswvitXFtsSmLrk1T6RmFCRHERi_XXYq9MFMNZff692rjBQA/viewform
Alternatively, email your contact details and selected sessions to cpdclub@riba.org
or your RIBA regional office. For pay-as-you-go bookings visit
https://www.architecture.com/whatson
For further information see RIBA Core CPD 2019 Programme https://www.architecture.com/corecpd
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Business Planning: Key to Running a Successful Practice
This seminar will be a lively mix of theory and practical exercises on four themes: business planning, marketing, managing people and making money. This seminar will explore these topics by sharing real life problems related to winning work and managing a business, with a focus on identifying actions you can implement immediately to see concrete results.
Speaker: Lucy Mori, KLMORI Business Consultancy
This event is taking place in16 English locations
Fees:
RIBA member (all 10 seminars): £292 (£350.40 inc VAT)
Chartered Practices (all 10 seminars): £400 (£480 inc VAT)
Non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£702 inc VAT)
Pay-as-you-go:
RIBA/CIAT members: £46 (£55.20 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-member: £92 (£110.40 inc VAT)
Booking:
All RIBA members (including CPD Club Ticket holders) and non-members, can book online. Club Ticket bookings can be made using the link
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScswvitXFtsSmLrk1T6RmFCRHERi_XXYq9MFMNZff692rjBQA/viewform
Alternatively, email your contact details and selected sessions to cpdclub@riba.org
or your RIBA regional office. For pay-as-you-go bookings visit
https://www.architecture.com/whatson
For further information see RIBA Core CPD 2019 Programme https://www.architecture.com/corecpd
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Business of Architecture: Exploring Ethics in Practice
This seminar will explore the daily ethical dilemmas faced by architects, from employment decisions to selecting projects and specifying materials. You will have the opportunity to reflect on these ethical issues, discuss them with fellow professionals and decide how and why to take an ethical stance in today’s world.
Speakers: Alasdair Ben Dixon, Collective Works and Carys Rowlands, RIBA
This event is taking place at 13 English locations.
Fees:
Core Club Ticket:
RIBA member (all 10 seminars): £292 (£350.40 inc VAT)
Chartered Practices (all 10 seminars): £400 (£480 inc VAT)
Non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£702 inc VAT)
Pay-as-you-go:
RIBA/CIAT members: £46 (£55.20 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-member: £92 (£110.40 inc VAT)
Booking:
All RIBA members (including CPD Club Ticket holders) and non-members, can book online. Club Ticket bookings can be made using the link
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScswvitXFtsSmLrk1T6RmFCRHERi_XXYq9MFMNZff692rjBQA/viewform
Alternatively, email your contact details and selected sessions to cpdclub@riba.org
or your RIBA regional office. For pay-as-you-go bookings visit
https://www.architecture.com/whatson
For further information see RIBA Core CPD 2019 Programme https://www.architecture.com/corecpd
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar

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