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CPD Training

We run free "Lunch & Learns" (CPD training sessions) from Dorking, Oxted and Reigate council offices. Aimed at local agents, architects, engineers and contractors, they cover the latest techniques and innovations within the building industry, as well as changes to the building regulations. CPD certificates are issued following each session.

Informal and friendly, Lunch & Learns start at 12 noon and last about an hour. A buffet lunch follows when attendees can network and chat to the presenter and our own team of surveyors. Details of our current programme are given below:

If you would like to join us at our next Lunch & Learn session or be added to our regular CPD email invitation list, please contact Sue Daly at sue.daly@southernbcp.co.uk.

8
Mar

MiTek

Introducing metal web floor joists

08/03/2018 12:00

Dorking

Metal web floor joists

In this CPD session delegates will learn about:

  • the application of metal web floor joists and roofs
  • the advantages over alternative joist systems
  • the unique attributes of Posi-Joists
  • important design details
  • acoustic performance
  • details of relevant Standards and Regulations

 


15
Mar

CPD Breakfast Roadshow

Supported Route to Compliance

15/03/2018 08:30

Come and join us at our free breakfast seminar  - "Your Supported Route to Compliance" where our top speakers will help you learn about how to get 90% compliant before you even get to site.

 

Hear from LABC, LABC Warranty, Jewson and LABC Acoustics about products, house types, warranty and much, much more.

 

Please note: This seminar will be taking place at a different time to our usual events, with registration at 8am for an 8.30 start, to finish around 10:30am


21
Mar

Klober

Control of air leakage in roofs

21/03/2018 12:00

Reigate

Control of air leakage in roofs

This seminar discusses how to meet air tightness requirements in roof construction focusing on the use of roofing ventilation and accessories. It will also include information about how to meet Part L of the building regulations and BS9250.


18
Apr

Gerda

When is a door not a door?

18/04/2018 12:00

Oxted

When is a door not a door?

This seminar provides an overview of the latest legislation and regulatory requirements for doors in housing. It examines standard-based performance with a focus on fire, thermal insulation and the latest edition to building regulations - Approved Document Q, Security in Dwellings. You will leave this seminar with a greater understanding of what affects specification in existing and new build and how to achieve compliance.


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