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FLOOR TILING ONTO CALCIUM SULPHATE SCREED


WETROOM & DESIGN SPECIFICATION


‘STEP ON IT!’ SPECIFICATION OF ENTRANCE MATTING


RIBA-APPROVED CPD MATERIAL FOR TILING SPECIFIERS


Saint-Gobain Weber have introduced a new RIBA- Assessed CPD: Floor Tiling onto Calcium Sulphate Screeds. The main learning aim of the new CPD is to assist in the design and specification process. By identifying potential problems and how to avoid them, specifiers will learn to understand the key considerations when detailing tiling work on anhydrite screeds and meeting industry standards. This 30 minute CPD can be presented by Saint-Gobain Weber’s specification team either on site or at a clients’ office, and has been designed for individuals and small groups. 08703 330 070 www.weberspec.co.uk


TWO NEW RIBA ASSESSED CPD SEMINARS FROM COMAR


The popular Wetroom Design & Specification CPD from CCL Wetrooms, guides Architects through the process of designing and specifying a watertight wetroom. Run free of charge at a time to suit your practice, the 45 minute technical presentation is a comprehensive seminar covering all aspects of wetroom design and specification. This includes wetroom design & layout, waterproofing, drainage, floor build up and installation. An informative section on how wetrooms can help meet the Lifetime Homes Standard is also covered within the session. 0844 327 6002 www.ccl-wetrooms.co.uk


AICO LEADING THE WAY WITH FREE INDUSTRY CPD TRAINING


Quantum Flooring Solutions – RIBA approved CPD seminar STEP ON IT! is a presentation and discussion dealing with the subject of specifying safe and effective entrance matting. The CPD presentation includes: What entrance matting is designed to achieve and how to select the right one; How recent BRE guidelines affect the choices for specifiers; Environmental and health and safety considerations applicable to the manufacture, installation and maintenance of entrance matting. 0161 627 4222 www.quantumprofilesystems.com


RENOLIT LAUNCHES NEW RIBA APPROVED SURFACE DESIGN CPD


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


Aico Ltd is celebrating training 14,000 customers across the UK through its Expert Installer Training scheme, with 2,500 of those being in the first half of 2017 alone. Launched in 2008, Expert Installer is a modular training scheme created by Aico to ensure everyone involved in domestic alarm specification and installation has all the information they need. Expert Installer recently received CPD accreditation, making Aico the only domestic smoke alarm manufacturer to provide customers with CPD accredited training free of charge. 01691 664100 www.aico.co.uk/expertinstaller


RENOLIT has launched a new CPD seminaron the flexibility and uses of thermoformable PVC as a decorative surface which illustrates the benefits of PVC films over other decorative surface materials. The seminar provides architects with an understanding about PVC and its common uses within interior construction projects. It informs how to recognize different types of surfaces films, their applica- tions and raises awareness of some specialist applications. 01670 718222 www.renolit.com/design


The TTA now offers RIBA- approved CPD literature on virtually every subject related to tiling. The whole body of TTA technical publication has now been approved by RIBA and is available for download free-of- charge from the TTA website by registered architects and specifiers. All the TTA’s Technical Publications and Technical Advisory Notes are produced by members of the TTA’s own Technical Working Groups, in partnership with relevant external bodies. They contain full bibliographies and references to British, European and International Standards. Architects and specifiers have to carry out CPD training to keep their professional qualifications up-to-date, and the TTA’s ability to offer CPD material is another great service from the Association. The topics covered by the TTA’s technical documents cover a vast range of subjects and are grouped into five key categories within the architects’ area of the TTA website. The publication groupings are: Ceramic Tiling onto Boards and Sheets; Ceramic Tiling onto Screed Systems; Internal Ceramic Tiling; Slip Resistance of Ceramic Tiling; Tiling of Wet Rooms and Cleaning & Maintenance of Ceramic Tiling. Each of the documents is about 40 pages in length. Together these now comprise a significant body of material which is RIBA-approved and provides architects and specifiers with the best available information and guidance on a range of general and specific subjects related to tiling. 0300 365 8453 www.tiles.org.uk


ADF SEPTEMBER 2017


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