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24 CPD FOCUS STEP ON IT! PLAYING WITH FIRE


Quantum Flooring Solutions’ CPD looks at the guidelines for the specification of a safe stair- way. The presentation deals with the subject of how to make commercial stairways safe and meet with all current building regulation guidelines. The CPD presentation includes: What stair nosings are designed to achieve and how to select the right one; Key Legislation and Industry Standards; How recent BRE and Equality Act (Formally DDA) guidelines affect specifications; Environmental and Health and Safety considerations; Examples of best practice. The seminar lasts 45-60 minutes including time for a Q and A session. All seminars are part of the RIBA core curriculum syllabus. 0161 627 4222 www.quantumflooring.co.uk


TWO NEW RIBA ASSESSED CPD SEMINARS FROM COMAR


The latest CPD courses, seminars and documents for architects TWO NEW MCRMA CPD MODULES


LONDON SHOWROOM NOW HOSTING RIBA APPROVED CPDS


Actionair’s CPD aims to provide essential education on fire and smoke dampers. CE marking requirements will be explained and how this influences the installation of dampers, along with the importance of testing and accurate installation in accordance with DW145 and the implications of the overall design to installation process. Possible legal implications of incorrect installation will be discussed along with potential personal liability prosecutions. ‘Playing with Fire’ will demonstrate how a legally compliant damper installation will prevent the need for costly post-installation approval.


01227 276100 www.actionair.co.uk


WINDOWS SELECTION: A SPECIFIER’S GUIDE’


The Metal Cladding & Roofing Manufacturers Association has announced the addition of two new online CPD modules. Mineral wool insulation installation sets out an overview of the factors that need to be taken into account in the storage, handling and installation of mineral wool insulation in built- up metal roof and wall cladding systems. Serviceability states and deflections criteria explains the importance of setting the deflection criteria at the design stage and implementing them at the construction stage to ensure that all elements of the


construction perform as expected. 01633 891584 www.mcrma.co.uk


CHIMNEY DESIGN AND RESTORATION OF FLUES AND DUCTS


In two RIBA assessed seminars, Comar outlines: Stand & Deliver: a Study of curtain Walling – the design of curtain walling, it's properties and how it is used by specifiers. This seminar aims to offer an understanding of the points of Hll in the NBS specification system, and how best to make use of it. Designing functions & reliability into entrances – the issues that influence the function of main entrance design and technology. This seminar aims to offer an understanding of how user expectation influences door design and links this with hardware selection, entrance configuration and floor finishes. 020 685 9685 www.comar-alu.co.uk


‘Windows Selection: A Specifier’s Guide’, from Metal Technology, has been added to the list of RIBA-approved CPD seminars. The revised and updated CPD presentation allows architects to assess aluminium window systems in terms of material, function and the latest performance values and standards required for modern buildings. Specification guidelines include the correct window and door Security Standards and an overview of glass selection to complement security, thermal performance, solar control and acoustics. For further informa- tion, contact Metal Technology. 0289 448 7777 www.metaltechnology.com


Flue Liner Solutions are offering a RIBA approved CPD presentation entitled Chimney design and restoration of flues and ducts. This seminar will give an overview of chimneys, factors to take into account when designing buildings and an awareness of common problems. It will help architects to understand the following topics: chimney design and sizing; flue lining systems and suitability for different appliances and fuel types; remedial works to existing chimneys; maintenance requirements for chimneys as well as understanding chimney terminals and chimney fans. 07925 142789 www.fluelinersolutions.co.uk


James Latham, one of the UK’s biggest independent panel and timber products distributors, is now offering two RIBA approved CPD seminars at its impressive new showroom in the heart of London’s architectural and design community. The seminars cover Acrylic Based Solid Surface and Performance Door Blanks. Both have been developed in conjunction with the RIBA, and offer a unique opportunity for all architectural and design professionals to gain up-to-date knowledge and enhance personal proficiency as well as earn CPD points. Steven Dennard, Specification Manager for Structural Products as well as the Group Door Manager, explained: “These seminars provide educational learning to architects, designers and other specifiers and have been assessed by the RIBA to ensure they are as current and relevant as possible.” Showcasing an enormous range of Latham’s exclusive and semi-exclusive materials, the showroom – which is located at the Business Design Centre in Islington – has been created to inspire architects and designers, provide expert advice and enable them to keep abreast of the latest trends and developments in surface solutions. For more information and to book a free CPD seminar please call James Latham or visit the company website. 020 7288 6417 www.lathamtimber.co.uk


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