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34 CPD FOCUS


HAND HYGIENE COMPLIANCE – CAN ENGINEERING HELP?


BAL LAUNCHES NEW


Opportunistic antibiotic-resistant pathogens are becoming commonplace in our healthcare environment, and beyond. Consequently, effective hand decontamination – to break any chain of infection – is also increasingly important. Horne Engineering’s new CPD seminar raises the question what are the barriers to achieving effective hand hygiene compliance? And how can engineering help? This seminar provides relevant information and understanding for specifying Architects and Building Services Engineers involved in the design of new build and refurbishment healthcare projects. www.horne.co.uk


TWO NEW RIBA ASSESSED CPD SEMINARS FROM COMAR


The latest CPD courses, seminars and documents for architects VITRA TILES INTRODUCES NEW AND REVAMPED CPD PRESENTATIONS


ARCHITECTURAL TILING SURGERIES


Due to the success of its CPD programme, BAL is launching nationwide tiling surgeries at architectural practices across the country. These sessions offer architects, specifiers and design teams in-house technical support with tile and stone advice or a simple Q&A session on any aspect of tiled installations. With more than 50 years’ heritage of providing specifications and technical support to architects, specifiers and contractors, BAL is well placed to ensure that tiling projects run smoothly from design stage to completion. 01782 591120 www.bal-adhesives.com/ specifiers/book-a-tiling-surgery


FREE FIRE AND SMOKE CURTAIN CPD SEMINARS FROM COOPERS FIRE


VitrA Tiles is launching a new RIBA-approved CPD presentation on ‘Swimming Pools with a Tile Finish’. At the same time the company is introducing revamped versions of its existing CPDs on ‘Specifying Tiles in the Hospitality Sector’ and ‘Understanding Designing and Specifying with Tiles’.


The introduction of a new CPD and the enhancement and updating of the two existing documents is an important part of VitrA Tiles’ strategic goal to strengthen its profile in the architects’ and specifiers’ sector. Being RIBA-approved, the VitrA Tiles CPDs count towards architects’ professional accreditation.


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


Coopers Fire offers a range of free CPD seminars. Approved by 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. Coopers Fire cover the following subjects as part of the RIBA Core Curriculum; Design, construction and technology, Health, safety and wellbeing, Legal, regulatory and statutory compliance. 02392 454 405 www.coopersfire.com


The presentations cover the full range of tiling issues in the areas in question, bringing to each subject VitrA Tiles’ enormous capabilities and experience as a global market leader in tiling. The company’s tiles feature in projects all over the world, ranging from domestic to the most prestigious commercial projects. The technical expertise on offer and experience of tiling applications in a wide range of different types of installation is therefore unparalleled.


The swimming pool and leisure sector is an important and growing one for VitrA Tiles, where a number of tiling issues are key, including safety, non-slip and aesthetics. The CPD presentation ‘Swimming Pools with a Tile Finish’ provides


information for specifiers on all these and other areas. The CPD presentation ‘Specifying Tiles in the Hospitality Sector’ broadens the focus to include other aspects in addition to swimming pools, such as kitchen areas, as well as consumer expectations of luxury tiled installations throughout hospitality facilities. Finally the CPD


‘Understanding Designing and Specifying with Tiles’ covers all the issues architects need to be aware of when specifying and designing tiles, including different tile types and the importance of correct specification.


“Our suite of RIBA-approved CPD presentations provides important tools for architects and specifiers working with our products,” says Ken Aston, UK & Ireland Sales Manager at VitrA Tiles. “Taken together with our products which are of interest to architects, such as ProColor – a new range of RAL colours launched this year – this shows that we are serious in providing the specification sector with the products that they need for their projects and also the key technical information to be able to specify and design successfully with tiles.” All VitrA Tiles CPD seminars can be booked from the website of the RIBA CIPD Providers’ Network or by contacting VitrA Tiles direct.


tiles@vitra.co.uk www.ribacpd.com


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