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28 CPD FOCUS


RENOLIT LAUNCHES NEW RIBA APPROVED SURFACE DESIGN CPD


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


NO SMOKE WITHOUT FIRE: UNDERSTANDING FIRE DAMPERS


The latest CPD courses, seminars and documents for architects


NORCROS ADDS ANHYDRITE SCREEDS TO ITS PORTFOLIO


CHIMNEY DESIGN AND RESTORATION OF FLUES AND DUCTS


NEW CPD SEMINAR DAY AT THIS YEAR’S TTA AWARDS


Architects and specifiers are set to benefit from the latest RIBA- approved CPD seminar from Norcros Adhesives. Called Solutions for Tiling to Anhydrite Screeds, the new seminar has been specifically developed for architects, specifiers and large contractors, to provide important information for construction industry professionals who require guidance on these types of screeds. There is a lack of published detail readily available on the subject of anhydrite screeds and customers frequently contact the Norcros technical department seeking information. 01782 524140 www.norcros-adhesives.com


‘STEP ON IT!’ SPECIFICATION OF ENTRANCE MATTING


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. 0203 858 3888 www.fluelinersolutions.co.uk


TWO NEW RIBA APPROVED CPD’S FOR SPECIFIERS AND ARCHITECTS


The Tile Association is launching an exciting new event which will take place alongside the annual TTA Awards at The St Johns Hotel, Solihull, on 18 May. The Association is to host a full day of CPD presentations from TTA member companies, who are also Gold sponsors of the Awards. This will be a great opportunity for architects and specifiers to update their CPD credentials in the tiling sector, by attending one or more of the 45 minute RIBA- accredited seminars on offer. There will be six separate sessions held throughout the day, starting at 10am.


This CIBSE accredited seminar from Swegon Air Management outlines the need to understand and comply with tested methods when selecting, installing and using fire and fire/smoke dampers. Attendees are educated in damper design, selection, installation, testing, analysis and performance. It aims to highlight and clarify the differences between fire and fire/smoke dampers. The seminar stresses the critical responsibility of all parties involved in the overall sequence from system specification through to compliant installation. Emphasis is placed on the need for all parties to work as a team in order to achieve this goal. 01746 761921 www.swegonair.co.uk


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


record, has launched two new RIBA approved CPDs. Automatic Doors Standards and Considerations: Transport & Aviation, provides guidance on issues, danger points and standards when specifying automatic doors for transport and aviation projects, in particular specialist, security enhanced doors. Automatic Doors for Healthcare – Standards & Considerations focuses on key design considerations and relevant standards whilst looking at product solutions for the safe movement of people and goods within healthcare environments. 01922 669341 www.recorduk.co.uk


The range of material to be presented will be both wide and highly relevant, ranging from wetrooms to underfloor heating and from anhydrite screeds to façade systems. These topics cover a number of the key challenges which currently face architects and product specifiers in today’s construction market. The present- ing companies and the subjects of their presentations are as follows: • BAL – External Tiling Solutions for Balconies and Terraces;


• Shackerley (Holdings) Group Ltd – SureClad Ventilated Facade Systems;


• Norcros Adhesives – Tiling to Anhydrite Screeds;


• Instarmac – Underfloor Heating;


• Nicholls & Clarke Group – Creating a Watertight Wetroom;


• Trimline Group – topic to be confirmed. 0300 365 8453 awards@tile.org.uk


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