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44 CPD FOCUS SPECIFYING POCKET DOORS


WETROOM DESIGN & SPECIFICATION CPD


FREE FIRE AND SMOKE CURTAIN CPD SEMINARS FROM COOPERS FIRE


RCM LAUNCHES RIBA ACCREDITED CPD


Eclisse’s RIBA accredited CPD seminar ‘Pocket Doors: The Future of Doors’ outlines the different construction and type of pocket doors that are on the market. It shows the different variations and styles of pocket door including those that require finishing with architrave and styles that are flush without architrave. Single, double, telescopic and curved pocket door systems with timber door leaves are depicted. A variety of frameless glass door finishes are shown. FD30 options are discussed along with testing and certification. 01476 542 809 www.eclisse.co.uk


RMIG’S CPD PRESENTATION – PERFORATION IN ARCHITECTURE


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


CUPA PIZARRAS LAUNCHES SLATE TRAINING COURSE


Coopers Fire offers a range of free Continuing Professional Development (CPD) seminars. Approved by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the seminars aim to educate the fire protection industry and wider building industry about application of fire and smoke curtains in buildings. Aimed at construction industry professionals such Architects, Building Control Officers, Building Engineers, Specifiers and the Fire and Rescue Service, the seminars provide an excellent overview of the benefits of specifying such products. 02392 454 405 www.coopersfire.com


NEW CPD: 10 MINUTES OF RESIN BOUND


RMIG’s CPD Presentation – ‘Perforation in Architecture’ – covers the company’s City Emotion concept and the perfo- rating process. As well as case studies and Q&A opportunities, the presentation also comprises patterns and materials, applica- tions of perforated products and tailor-made designs. As the world’s largest manufacturer and supplier of perforated metal, with manufacturing units throughout Europe, RMIG has over 100 years of industry experience with a wealth of tooling and engineer- ing expertise to help make your ideas come to life. For more, please email info.uk@rmig.com 01925 839610 www.city-emotion.com


Cupa Pizarras has launched its first slate training course in Livingston. Combining hands on training with a RIBA accredited CPD, it aims to provide architects with both the theoretical knowledge and practical experience required to correctly and confidently specify slate. The day will provide architects with in-depth product knowledge as well as advice on grading slate, measuring the roof and the pitch, checking the headlap and selecting the correct slate size for a project. Architects will also receive hands on experience of fixing slates, using specially developed rigs. 07876350244 www.cupapizarras.com/uk


SureSet UK Ltd offer two types of accredited CPD’s, in person at a location of your choice or from the comfort of your own desk via a fully detailed, 10 minute video. The CPD, accredited by CPDUK will explain the differences between resin bound and resin bonded products and their differing characteristics. Permeable build ups including SuDS (sustainable urban drainage system) is mentioned as well as the different SureSet aggregates and SureSet’s own naturally sourced two part UV stable polyurethane resin and the applications it’s suitable for. 01985 841180 www.sureset.co.uk


RCM are now offering a new RIBA approved CPD which covers a guide to specifying the components required when delivering a through wall solution; with a focus on fire rated solutions. Developed specifically with architects, specifiers, and developers in mind, participants will receive accredited certificates at the completion of the 40-minute presentation. RIBA is a global professional membership body driving excellence in architecture, with the ultimate aim to deliver better buildings and places as well as a sustainable environment. As an accredited CPD provider, RCM has the expertise, experience, specialism and technical knowledge to deliver an insightful and up-to- date presentation. RCM’s CPD consists of explaining the components of a through wall solution. Its teaching aims to show individual product performance, how to create your overall solution, how to create a though wall fire rated solution and creates awareness of product compatibility considerations. For those interested in finding out more, RCM provides informative CPD sessions including a guide to materials, applications and specification considerations for building boards, internal and external linings and rainscreen facades, covering: what a specifier needs to consider; board materials and benefits; board applications and; work on site. If you are interested in the RCM CPD presentation, please contact RCM direct. 0800 612 4662 info@rcmltd.biz


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