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CPD Material (20)


Seminar
Win, Retain, Repeat: An Essential Guide to Managing Client Relationships
Architects need a strategy to secure new clients and develop a good relationship leading to repeat work. This seminar will show you how to improve your chances of securing more work, even when the competition is more experienced and have, on the face of it, better credentials.
Speaker: Basil Sawczuk, Potentialise
This event is taking place at 13 English locations.
Fees:
Core Club Ticket member (all 10 seminars): £400 (£500 inc VAT)
Core Club Ticket non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£731.25 inc VAT)
RIBA/CIAT members: £65 (£81.25 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-members: £92 (£115 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 ink 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 www.architecture.com/whatson
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Pick and Mix: The Best of Passivhaus
Architects often view Passivhaus as expensive, restricting and compromising when it comes to architectural design, material selection and detailing. This seminar demonstrates how an architect-led, fully integrated approach will help you create heathier, more productive and more profitable environments for your clients.
Speaker: Tomas Gaertner, Gale & Snowden Architects
This event is taking place at 13 English locations.
Fees:
Core Club Ticket member (all 10 seminars): £400 (£500 inc VAT)
Core Club Ticket non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£731.25 inc VAT)
RIBA/CIAT members: £65 (£81.25 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-members: £92 (£115 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 ink 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 www.architecture.com/whatson
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Is Off-site the Future of Construction?
Current technological advancements have the potential to strip pre-fabrication of its ‘cheap image’ and overcome historic prejudices. This seminar will provide you with an overview of current tendencies in off-site construction, and discuss its future as an important cornerstone of contemporary, efficient and sustainable design strategies for architects.
Speakers: Markus Seifermann or Andreas Körner, ÜberRaum Architects
This event is taking place at 13 English locations.
Fees:
Core Club Ticket member (all 10 seminars): £400 (£500 inc VAT)
Core Club Ticket non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£731.25 inc VAT)
RIBA/CIAT members: £65 (£81.25 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-members: £92 (£115 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 ink 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 www.architecture.com/whatson
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
How to Advise Your Clients on Their CDM Duties
This seminar will explore the role of architect as Principal Designer, focusing on issues around advising clients in accordance with the CDM 2015 regulations.
Speaker: James Addley, Capita
This event is taking place at 13 English locations.
Fees:
Core Club Ticket member (all 10 seminars): £400 (£500 inc VAT)
Core Club Ticket non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£731.25 inc VAT)
RIBA/CIAT members: £65 (£81.25 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-members: £92 (£115 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 ink 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 www.architecture.com/whatson
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Going Out to Tender: Skills and Strategies
This seminar will look at strategic and detailed aspects of preparing for tender, the process and post tender negotiations.
Speaker: Sarah Lupton, Lupton Stellakis
This event is taking place at 13 English locations.
Fees:
Core Club Ticket member (all 10 seminars): £400 (£500 inc VAT)
Core Club Ticket non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£731.25 inc VAT)
RIBA/CIAT members: £65 (£81.25 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-members: £92 (£115 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 ink 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 www.architecture.com/whatson

Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Ethics in Architecture: Best Practice for Sourcing Materials, Products and People
This seminar will provide you with an awareness of the tangible threats faced by you and your clients, and mechanisms that have been developed in order to address those threats. Irrespective of the size of your organisation, you will be equipped to understand strategies and tools you may develop yourself, take pragmatic measures, and provide informed support to your clients.
Speaker: Chris McCann, Resilient World
This event is taking place at 13 English locations.
Fees:
Core Club Ticket member (all 10 seminars): £400 (£500 inc VAT)
Core Club Ticket non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£731.25 inc VAT)
RIBA/CIAT members: £65 (£81.25 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-members: £92 (£115 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 ink 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 www.architecture.com/whatson



Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Designing for Flood Resilience: Tips for Architects and Designers
With flood events set to increase in both frequency and severity as a result of climate change, it is vital that we understand the ways in which the built environment can be adapted to cope with the challenges it is set to endure. This seminar will explain the key principles of designing for flood resilience in relation to both new build and existing communities.
Speaker: Ed Barsley, The Environmental Design Studio
This event is taking place at 13 English locations.
Fees:
Core Club Ticket member (all 10 seminars): £400 (£500 inc VAT)
Core Club Ticket non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£731.25 inc VAT)
RIBA/CIAT members: £65 (£81.25 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-members: £92 (£115 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 ink 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 www.architecture.com/whatson

Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Designing for a Changing Population
The demographic landscape of our cities, towns and villages is changing fast but how do architects respond to the challenge? How do you go about creating more inclusive spaces? This seminar will explore the impacts of the changing population, ‘impairments’ associated with ageing and how this influences the design of buildings and environments.
Speakers: Caroline Lewis or Carol Thomas, Access Design Solutions UK
This event is taking place at 13 English locations.
Fees:
Core Club Ticket member (all 10 seminars): £400 (£500 inc VAT)
Core Club Ticket non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£731.25 inc VAT)
RIBA/CIAT members: £65 (£81.25 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-members: £92 (£115 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 ink 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 www.architecture.com/whatson

Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Bringing Your Designs to Life: How to Integrate Green Infrastructure Elements
Considered and well-designed green elements can lead to successful projects for the public and other end-users. This seminar will provide you with strategies for the design, installation and maintenance of urban green infrastructure, their benefits in terms of approaches and techniques, and how these relate to the planning system.
Speaker: Gary Grant, Green Infrastructure Constancy
This event is taking place at 13 English locations.
Fees:
Core Club Ticket member (all 10 seminars): £400 (£500 inc VAT)
Core Club Ticket non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£731.25 inc VAT)
RIBA/CIAT members: £65 (£81.25 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-members: £92 (£115 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 ink 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 www.architecture.com/whatson

Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Appreciating the Old, Incorporating the New
Working within the historic built environment provides excellent opportunities for creative change. This seminar will address the process of successful adaptation and revitalisation of historic buildings and heritage sites, incorporating a mix of practical tuition, workshops and a review of successful examples.
Speakers: Heather Jermy or Alexander Holton, Purcell
This event is taking place at 13 English locations.
Fees:
Core Club Ticket member (all 10 seminars): £400 (£500 inc VAT)
Core Club Ticket non-member (all 10 seminars): £585 (£731.25 inc VAT)
RIBA/CIAT members: £65 (£81.25 inc VAT)
RIBA student members: £15 (£18 inc VAT)
Non-members: £92 (£115 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 ink 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 www.architecture.com/whatson
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Listed Building Consent: When Do You Need it and How Do You Get It?
This seminar will give an overview of which buildings and works require listed building consent, as well as a procedure for working towards consent, referencing the RIBA Plan of Work 2013.
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Inclusive Design: Going Beyond Regulatory Accessibility Standards
This seminar will give an insight into diverse user needs and why designers must look beyond mandatory, baseline accessibility standards in order to create built environments which are truly fit for purpose. Using real life situations, the session will explore why this matters and why it doesn’t have to mean the end of a stylish building.
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Green House: How to Design a Truly Resilient Home Beyond Solar Panels
Despite the Government’s recent removal of many sustainable building standards, there is a greater need than ever to construct low impact, resilient building, in order to minimise their effect on the climate change. This seminar will demonstrate how to design future proof homes in a truly holistic and sustainable way.
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
CDM 2015: Is Your Project in Line with the Current Regulations?
The application of CDM is more of an art than a box ticking exercise. As an expert in your field you must know your business when it comes to CDM 2015. This seminar will focus on roles and responsibilities and how to ensure your project is compliant with Health and Safety Regulations, so far as reasonably practicable.
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Briefing and Evaluation: How to Give Clients What They Want by Learning from Projects
Evidence shows that many buildings are not performing as intended, leading to a ‘performance gap’. Working towards agreed outcomes and avoiding common pitfalls can increase client satisfaction and reduce this gap. This seminar will explain how better briefing delivery and evaluation can help give clients what they want, and how you can learn from projects after handover.
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Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
An Essential Guide to Public Procurement: Better Prospects and More Opportunities
Using the ‘Ten Principles for Procuring Better Outcomes’, this seminar demonstrate what you need to know to optimise your opportunities through public procurement. The session will provide an overview of current legal and regulatory context and equip you with strategies and tactics for procuring better outcomes, regardless of practice size.
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
A Planning Update: Planning Policy Issues for Practitioners
The planning system in England can be a complex, ever-changing and frustrating process. Knowing some tricks of the trade is crucial to navigating this minefield. This seminar will bring you up to date with key policy and legislative changes and provide an insight into how to cut out some of the bureaucracy.
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
A Common Sense Guide to Contract Administration and Contracts for Domestic and Minor Works
This seminar will describe the latest RIBA and JCT contracts for domestic and minor work, their benefits and differences and will explore useful tips on selecting the most suitable one for any project. The session will provide a useful insight into issues in every day contract administration.
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Financial Management: How to Run a Profitable Business
Exceeding clients’ expectations is a key contributor to a successful practice, but it can often lead to architects working ‘in’ the business as opposed to ‘on’ the business. This seminar will focus on financial management and the key considerations architects should be aware of when looking to run a successful and profitable practice.
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Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Fees: How to Best Calculate, Negotiate and Monitor
Good design is the goal of most architects, but delivering projects on programme and to budget requires time and effort. An understanding of the different appointment scenarios is essential for providing a viable and competitive fee. This seminar will explain how to provide a professional service without losing money in the complex world of building procurement.
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Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Seminar

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