RIBA CPD Showcase

Legal, regulatory and statutory compliance

The following RIBA-approved CPD materials fall within the ‘Legal, regulatory and statutory compliance’ RIBA core curriculum topic, which embraces the legal, regulatory and policy frameworks underpinning business, architecture and construction. All materials included here count towards your annual 100 CPD learning points total. Many seminars are now available online using Zoom, GoToMeeting, and Microsoft Teams etc. This is not always shown so, if a seminar is of interest to you, please click on the link and check.
Online Learning, by Brett Landscaping
Explores the basic principles of urban design, demonstrating how these influence the selection of hard landscaping products before illustrating the point with recent case studies. Also includes information on relevant standards and regulations, including BS 7533-3.

Brett Landscaping loves to share its experience and specialist knowledge of paving with architects, engineers and designers, to help them achieve the best-looking, most durable and cost-effective paving solutions for their projects. All RIBA-accredited CPD presentations produced by Brett can be delivered remotely via video conferencing, allowing you to enjoy the same engaging, interactive experience from the comfort (and safety) of your choice of workplace.

Duration: 45 minutes, plus Q&A
The essential guide to how fire doors and ironmongery should be installed on site. A short video walks the audience through the installation process from site preparation to certification and sign-off. This is paired with supplementary information on standards and best practice relating to fire door testing and installation.

The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) is the only trade body in the UK that represents the interests of the whole architectural ironmongery industry: architectural ironmongers, wholesalers and manufacturers.

Duration: one hour, plus Q&A
Online Learning, by INTRAsystems
Learn how to specify barrier matting for your building without compromising design. Includes guidance on: the function and benefits of entrance matting; the different types of entrance matting; relevant standards and legislation; performance ratings and lifecycle information; and, design possibilities and innovation.

INTRAsystems supplies discerning architects and interior designers with high performance entrance matting, architectural grilles and creative ceiling products across a variety of sectors. These include commercial, education, healthcare, leisure, facilities and public spaces.

Established in 1986, INTRAsystems is a family-run business, proudly manufacturing from its facility in Hampshire and shipping to sites around the world. INTRAsystems doesn’t believe in one-size-fits-all solutions. Your designs are unique – so why shouldn’t your materials be? If you’re looking for a trusted supplier with unrivalled customer service, design-led and functional products, and meticulous attention to detail, look no further than INTRAsystems.

Duration: 45 minutes, plus Q&A
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