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Tata Steel

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Tata Steel provides a comprehensive range of products and techniques to create value for the construction industry and support sustainable development. The company works closely with its customers to deliver solutions aimed at improving cost-effectiveness and speed of construction, increasing the functionality and performance of buildings and infrastructure. The goal is to reduce the consumption of resources, including energy, both in the original construction process and in ongoing usage. The construction industry is Tata Steel’s largest single market globally, and the Group offers a range of products and systems – including Celsius structural hollow sections, ComFlor and RoofDek decking, Trisomet, Trimapanel and Trisobuild building envelope systems, and Colorcoat pre-finished steel. Among its credentials, the company supplies the widest range of construction products certified to BES 6001, the responsible sourcing standard. In addition to the product range, it has a team of experi...

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CPD Material (29)


Multiple CPD formats
Colour in the Built Environment
This seminar is about the use of colour in the built environment. It will help you to understand the following topics:
- The principles of colour and how we see colour
- The different colour measurement and classification systems
- Principles behind the development of a colour palette
- How to measure colour differences and colour matching tools and procedures

This CPD can be delivered to you as face to face or as a live webinar.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Pre-finished Steel Standing Seam Systems for Roof and Wall Cladding
This CPD aims to provide an introduction to standing seam roof and wall systems, appreciating historical application and modern day contemporary use. Topics discussed include the aesthetic and durability performance of steel in standing seam systems, build up methods and detailing, installation and building regulations including Part L, fire and acoustics, sustainable eco credentials and examples of standing seams in situ. By the end of the seminar you should have a greater understanding of:
- Aesthetic effects and details achievable with a standing steel system
- Different build up methods
- Key performance criteria when selecting steel material for standing seam systems
- Sustainability credentials associated with standing seam steel systems, as well as the renewable energy options available

This CPD can be delivered to you face to face or as a live webinar
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Structural Roof Decking in Construction
This structural roof decking CPD seminar provides an insight into the use of metal deck roofing systems. It addresses the key issues to be considered when specifying a structural roof deck: built up construction options and advantages, roof deck profile range, CE Marking, coatings, environmental and sustainability issues, installation, non-fragility, penetrations, curved roofs, cantilevers, acoustics, loadings, software, diaphragm design and case studies. It will help you to understand the following topics:
- The benefits of choosing steel roof decking
- The basics of diaphragm design
- The environmental benefits of steel roof decking
- Acoustic performance from metal decking
- What applied loadings to expect

This CPD can be delivered to you live and remotely.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
CDM regulations 2015 and their impact on Steel Building Envelope specification
This Seminar will cover the following topics:
- History and background to the SDM regulations and key principles.
- Role of the HSE and enforcement.
- Key changes implemented in 2015.
- Roles and responsibilities.
- Focus on the Principal Designer and Client roles.
- Implications for building envelope specification.
- Design phase, construction phase and in use/ maintenace phase.
- Correct specification and case studies.

This CPD can be delivered to you face to face or as a live webinar.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Part L 2021 edition: the role of the building envelope in compliance for non-domestic buildings
The CPD will provide the attendee with guidance on the key changes between Part L 2013 and Part L 2021 edition as an interim step before the Future Buildings Standard in 2025. This is an update from our previous RIBA approved Part L CPD which was based on 2013 edition but covers the considerations around methodology and compliance covering National Calculation methodology, SBEM and the Notional building. It covers the main themes for new build but also features considerations for refurbishment. The focus of the CPD is not to show different scenarios with modeling but a highlight of the main changes, what they mean and the implications to consider as a result.
This looks at the changes from a holistic/general approach to compliance from a building envelope perspective.

Please note that this is available as face to face or a live webinar.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Factory Visit
Factory Tour: Pre-finished Steel and the Manufacturing Process
This CPD takes the visitor on a tour of Europe's largest pre-finished steel manufacturing facility, at Tata Steel Limited, Shotton Works, Deeside. The guided tour encompasses all aspects of the production process. The tour is completed by a technical presentation, which provides additional detail about the manufacture, testing, specification and utilisations of the products. The total duration of the visit is half a day.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Factory Visit
Multiple CPD formats
Specifying Metal Clad Envelope Systems in Accordance with ADB2 of the Building Regulations and the Value of Large Scale System Testing
This CPD provides an overview of the building regulations in relation to fire for non-domestic buildings in England (ADB2). These were published in August 2019 and focus on elements that mostly influence the specification of the building envelope products (i.e. roofs and walls). The CPD also looks at the additional need for insurance approval and the use of large-scale testing to gain this approval, as well as how insurance approved products perform in real life fires. By the end of the presentation you should have a greater understanding of:
- The recommendations in ADB2 for specification of roof and wall products in England
- The test methods used to rate roof and wall products within ADB2
- The need for insurance approval on non-domestic buildings in the UK and the tests required to gain this approval
- How to identify the correct fire regulation for your UK project
- How to specify a roof or wall system in relation to its fire performance to regulation recommendations for non-domestic buildings in England

This can be delivered to you face to face or as a live webinar
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
The RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge: How steel building envelope solutions contribute
This CPD will provide the attendee with guidance on the specification and construction of low carbon and low environmental impact buildings. It will examine operational energy - including the fabric first approach, efficient services and low carbon heat, maximising onsite renewables and minimum offsetting using UK schemes. Following this, it will discuss embodied cardon, potable water and best practises for health metrics, using these topics to question how we can meet the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge. By the end of the CPD you should have a greater understanding of:
- How to make design decisions by embedding sustainable practices within your specifications
- How you can more easily meet the targets of the RIBA 2030 Cllimate Challenge by utilising locally sourced and sustainably manufactured steel building envelope solutions

This can be delivered to you face to face or as a live webinar.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Steel Building Envelope Systems for Non-Domestic Buildings
This seminar covers the following topics:
- Overview of different steel roofing and cladding systems.
- Structural performance.
- Internal and external enviroments.
- Weather-tighness and installation.
- Conservation of heat and power.
- Fire performance.
- Insurance requirements.
- Acoustic performance.
- Sustainability.
- Integration of renewable technologies.
- Case studies.

This can be delivered to you face to face or as a live webinar.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Building Integrated Renewable Technologies for Non-Domestic Buildings'
This seminar covers the following topics:
- Legislation and the drive towards zero carbon buildings.
- Comparision of renewable technologies.
- Options for intergrationof renewables into building envelope.
- Transpired Solar Collectors.
- Performance parameters:
- System variants.
- Control
- Payback periods.
- Case studies.
- Photovoltaics:
- Different types of PV system.
- Factors affecting performance.
- Installation.
- Maintenance.
- Warrenties (of PV and substrate).
- Payback periods.
- Case studies.



Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Sustainable Refurbishment Solutions for Non Domestic Buildings
This seminar will cover the following topics:

- Main reasons nad drivers for refurbishment.
- Part L2B and key requirements.
- Main types of refurbishment solutions availble.
- Technical processes involved in delivering refurbishment solutions.
- Main harzards and risks that can be encountered during refurbishment.
- How these risks can be managed and overcome.
- The sustainable nature of refurbishment:
- Improving energy performance.
- Reducing Co2 emissions.
- Packback periods for refurbishment projects.
- Inegrations of renewable technologiesin refurbishment projects.
- Refurbishment case studies.

This can be delivered to you face to face or as a live webinar
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Acoustic Performance of Pre-finished Steel Cladding Systems
Pre-finished steel cladding systems can form the basis of an acoustically high-performance building envelope. The actual requirements will be building-specific, but where improvements are needed over the standard systems there are some simple guidelines that can be followed. The guidance given here will help building designers to achieve the optimum acoustic performance from their building envelopes.

This can be delivered to you face to face or as a live webinar
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Literature
Material type: Online Learning
Multiple CPD formats
Creating an Air Tight Building Envelope - Technical Paper
This technical paper provides guidance on the factors which affect the building envelope heat losses and quantify the typical air-tightness performance of metal cladding joints. This information can then be used when specifying the design requirements of a project to achieve Part L compliance.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Literature
Material type: Online Learning
Multiple CPD formats
Structural Performance of Built up Roof and Wall Cladding Systems - Technical Paper
This technical paper aims to give the specifier a good understanding of what structual performance should be expected of a cladding system. It addresses the structural aspects of the specification of a built up cladding system and considers the necessary load paths in the cladding design. Architects and specifiers will have a clear understanding of the behaviour of individual components and the interaction between them.

This can be delivered to you face to face or as a live webinar
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Literature
Material type: Online Learning
Multiple CPD formats
Steel for Roofing and Wall Cladding
This seminar will cover the following topics:
- Manufacturing process.
- Steel substrate and properities:
- Gauge.
- Galvanising.
- Different paint system properties and performance.
- Structural performance.
- Fragility, Health and Saftety and compliance with CDM Regulations.
- Aesthetics.
- Durability and testing:
- Corrosion resistance.
- UV resistance.
- External and Internal enviroments.
- Aggressive enviroments.
- Fire performance.
- Part L and contribution of systems.
- Acoustics.
- Sustainabillity.
- Guarantees.
- Case Studies.

This can be delivered to you face to face or as a live webinar.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar

Classifications


Tata Steel has CPD Materials in the following areas: -

RIBA Core Curriculum areas