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36 CPD FOCUS


LUXTON JOINS THE LINE UP FOR SEMINAR TOUR


NEW RIBA APPROVED THERMOWOOD CPD


Ecological Building Systems, has secured sustainable design expert and TV presenter, Charlie Luxton, as the guest speaker for the Swindon event on the company’s forthcoming seminar tour. Taking place at The National Self Build and Renovation Centre, the Swindon seminar will kick-start the five-location tour on Tuesday 16th October, bringing together architects, specifiers and construction professionals for a full day’s programme of presentations, technical talks and practical demonstrations. 01228 711511 www.IntelloSealOfApproval.com


RENOLIT LAUNCHES NEW RIBA APPROVED SURFACE DESIGN CPD


The latest CPD courses, seminars and documents for architects


GO BACK TO SCHOOL WITH NEWTON’S RIBA CPDS


TRITON SHARES STRUCTURAL WATERPROOFING EXPERTISE


Silva Timber has launched a new RIBA-approved CPD seminar entitled ‘ThermoWood: Aesthetics , and Performance’ which illustrates the uses and benefits of using ThermoWood. Learning aims include information on the material, benefits, applications, finishes, installation and projects. The CPD seminar includes full supporting materials and samples, lasts about 45-60 minutes and includes time for questions. 0151 495 3111 www.silvatimber.co.uk


WETROOM DESIGN & SPECIFICATION CPD


Newton Waterproofing Systems’ three, double-points RIBA CPDs provide a welcome guide through the often overwhelming choice of waterproofing options. The seminars can be provided either at your office or at Newton's training facility in Tonbridge, Kent, and tailored to your individual requirements. The choice of CPDs include:


1. Structural Waterproofing Design Strategies to BS 8102:2009 – Newton’s top-rated CPD focuses on the different forms of waterproofing and how to achieve the environmental grades defined by BS 8102:2009.


2. Waterproofing Factory Tour – The industry’s first RIBA- approved factory tour includes a theoretical presentation and practical product demonstrations.


RENOLIT has launched a new CPD seminar on 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


applications and raises awareness of some specialist applications. 01670 718222 www.renolit.com/design


The 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 comprehensively covers 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. 0844 327 6002 www.ccl-wetrooms.co.uk


3. A Designers Guide to Type C Waterproofing to BS 8102:2009 – Examine the evolution of Type C waterproofing, and the importance of maintainability, sustainability and specialist contractors.


Damon Hilliard of BDB Design LLP said: “Newton provided a CPD that was engaging and tailored to us. The speaker was knowledgeable and accommodated all team members equally. We will certainly be in touch with Newton in future to discuss our projects.”


To book your own CPD, contact Newton on: 01732 496511 beckyw@newtonwaterproofing.co.uk


Waterproofing of Structures Below Ground is the latest CPD accredited by the RIBA for structural waterproofing specialists, Triton Systems. It offers a complete overview of all aspects of structural, below ground waterproofing and explains barrier, watertight concrete and cavity drained systems (defined in BS 8102:2009 as Types A, B and C). It looks at systems available, as well as the benefits of combining two or more types. It presents examples of typical details and good site practice, and showcases a variety of project references. Triton Systems uniquely have in-house expertise across all waterproofing systems for new-build including large commercial projects and existing structures. The new seminar is part of a series of waterproofing-related, RIBA accredited seminars from Triton Systems that are all listed at tritonsystems.co.uk. The company also offers a wider range of Professional Learning CPDs – which can be tailored to specific audiences including architects, engineers, contractors or specialist installers. An alternative learning opportunity is also available from Triton in the form of a Project Review Meeting. Arranged at a time and place to suit you, a CSSW qualified member of Triton’s technical team will drop in and provide unbiased project-specific advice for a current or imminent waterproofing project. 01322 318830 www.tritonsystems.co.uk


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