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24 CPD FOCUS PLAYING WITH FIRE


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


GLASS FOR INTERIORS


SPECIFYING GLAZED PARTITIONING


The latest CPD courses, seminars and documents for architects SUCCESSFUL ROOF REFURBISHMENT


Partitioning experts and developers of the established Tenon and System 8000 products, Ocula Systems, are now offering RIBA approved CPD training on ‘Specifying Performance Fully Glazed Partitioning Systems.’ The training, designed to be just an hour in length, looks at the benefits of using glazed partitioning, where it’s best used, its performance and design capability and integration flexibility. It details the building standards that need to be considered when specifying partitions, offers an explanation on acoustic performance and sound attenuation and very importantly, fire testing and safety. The training finishes with a selection of case studies showcasing some of the latest glazed partitioning projects, offering inspirational ideas to attendees.


The complexities, range and versatility of glass used inside buildings, is explained in a new Glass for Interiors Royal Institute of British Architects accredited CPD, now available from Saint-Gobain Building Glass. To celebrate the launch,


Saint-Gobain Building Glass are hosting a CPD breakfast seminar. Free to attend, the seminar contributes to professional learn- ing hours and will cover the required topics under RIBA’s core curriculum, including material on; British Standards and Regulations, manifestation, design features possible with glass and glass performance. goo.gl/UTrZwF www.saint-gobain-glass.com


The new CPD training course is carried out by experienced Project Consultants who will travel to deliver the course to specifying Practices throughout the UK. The training is listed on the RIBA website or can be requested via Ocula Systems HQ in Reading by phone or email.


Ocula Systems provide full Partitioning support from design through to installation. Their team includes a network of specification consultants, experienced glass installers, project managers, estimators and design technicians based in eight regional hubs across the UK. The Ocula product is also available through the SIG Interior branch network. Check out full details on the website. 0118 935 8152 www.oculasystems.co.uk


Sika Sarnafil has launched a new and improved ‘Successful Roof Refurbishment’ Continual Professional Development (CPD) seminar, aimed at those looking to specify high performance products for roof renovations. Created by the experts at Sarnafil Plus, the company’s specialist refurbishment offer, the interactive RICS Approved CPD has been updated specifically to aid specifiers, including building surveyors, facilities managers and building managers, in their decision making process. The CPD contains vital up-to-date information on how to identify the causes of roof failure, investigation methods, compliance with efficiency regulations, system options and how to specify the best materials for a project.


The CPD can be combined with a live demonstration where attendees are shown the various Sarnafil waterproofing systems being installed and get the chance to try their hand at welding the membrane themselves. Head of sales for single ply membranes at Sika, John O’Raw explains why Sarnafil Plus chose to upgrade and improve the CPD: “With the refurbishment market growing fast we noticed that building managers, FMs, architects and surveyors were increasingly seeking out the latest


information about regulations and roofing systems. We’re dedicated to supporting these specifiers in an ever changing industry, so an update was essential to provide the highest quality educational material to meet those needs.


“The CPD provides attendees with invaluable knowledge about current legislation and regulations, including British Standards, EU Standards, energy efficiency requirements as set out in Part L and BREEAM assessments, as well as learning about our newly available site inspection and supervision tool.” Attendees will also be able to find out more about the benefits of a market-leading single-point guarantee, which protects against any unlikely problems that may arise from the failure of roofing membranes and the existing substrate, caused by incorrect design or installation, giving all parties involved complete peace of mind.


The CPD is 60 minutes long, including a question and answer session, and will be delivered by one of four dedicated experienced Sarnafil Plus Refurbishment Surveyors. If you are interested in taking the new CPD, visit the website or call Sika directly. 01707 394444 gbr.sarnafil.sika.com/en/ roof-refurbishment.html


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