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February 2022

Mortar analysis

February 16, 17:00 - 18:00
Online, via Zoom United Kingdom
£12.00

Mortar analysis Tom Balch, Rose of Jericho A detailed understanding of existing mortars is essential in informing and assisting the specification of replacement or repair materials in historic buildings. It can also contribute to understanding a building's construction history. Mortar analysis is often required for listed buildings consent. Identification of the constituents and proportions of all mortars, plasters and renders Assessment of hydraulicity Determination of non-hydraulic lime; hydraulic lime; natural cements; Roman cements; early cements and Portland cement; cement/lime blends; gypsum…

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Rights of Way – tips and traps for the unwary

February 23, 17:00 - 18:00
Online, via Zoom United Kingdom
£12.00

Rights of Way - tips and traps for the unwary Speaker - Ian Quayle Ian has delivered over 1500 training courses (all property related) for city and regional firms, local law societies, and local authorities. His style and delivery is relaxed but he is able to explain the law and practical issues relating to the training topic in a way that ensures delegates learn or reinforce learning and derive meaningful benefit from the training provided. Feedback is always positive. Date:…

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March 2022

Thermography

March 2, 17:00 - 18:00
Online, via Zoom United Kingdom
£12.00

Thermography I-Red Thermal cameras provide the quickest and most effective method for identifying performance issues in buildings. From air leakage and building defects, to cold rooms and missing insulation – Themography can give you actionable insight into how your buildings are really performing. Date: Wednesday 2 March Time: 1700 - 1800 Price: £12 plus VAT (£14.40) or £130 plus VAT (£156) for the webicard which entitles you to attend the entire programme  from September to June at no additional cost (the…

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Fire doors

March 9, 17:00 - 18:00
Online, via Zoom United Kingdom
£12.00

Fire doors Ahmarra Fire doors are an integral part of a building’s passive fireproofing plan. They’re used for fire compartmentation –  a process that places physical barriers in strategic areas around a building, in order to slow the spread of flames and smoke in the event of a fire. In this post, we explain what they’re made out of, how much protection they offer, and when they’re required by law. Date: Wednesday 9 March Time: 1700 - 1800 Price: £12 plus VAT…

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Low temperature networks

March 16, 16:00 - 17:00
Online, via Zoom United Kingdom

Low temperature networks Glen Dimplex Learn about some of the issues associated with traditional heating, cooling and hot water systems in modern building design, and look at ways in which the application of a low temperature network can help address them. With stricter regulations making problems like corridor overheating worse, could this be the future of modern building design? Date: Wednesday 16 March Time: 1600 - 1700 Price: £12 plus VAT (£14.40) or £130 plus VAT (£156) for the webicard…

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SDLT – an update for Surveyors

March 30, 17:00 - 18:00
Online, via Zoom United Kingdom
£12.00

SDLT Speaker - Ian Quayle Ian has delivered over 1500 training courses (all property related) for city and regional firms, local law societies, and local authorities. His style and delivery is relaxed but he is able to explain the law and practical issues relating to the training topic in a way that ensures delegates learn or reinforce learning and derive meaningful benefit from the training provided. Feedback is always positive. Date: Wednesday 30 March Time: 1700 - 1800 Price: £12…

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April 2022

Fibre reinforcement to plasters – problems associated with natural hair and alternative fibres, natural and synthetic.

April 6, 17:00 - 18:00
Online, via Zoom United Kingdom

Mortar analysis Tom Balch, Rose of Jericho Animal hair has been added to strengthen and reduce shrinkage in lime plasters for centuries. This reinforcement is particularly important when applying basecoat plaster to laths (especially ceiling laths) as it reinforces and strengthens the crucially important nibs from which the ceiling plaster ‘hangs’. The first ‘pricking-up’ coat traditionally contains hair reinforcement at a rate of at least 8kgs/m3 (c.4kgs/tonne). Subsequent coats to lathwork and all coats to solid backgrounds normally have hair added at the reduced rate of…

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June 2022

Understanding U.K building regulations relating to residential ventilation and heat recovery

June 9, 16:00 - 17:00
Online, via Zoom United Kingdom
£12.00

Understanding UK building regulations relating to residential ventilation and heat recovery Jason Bennett Airflow This CPD helps you understand the current UK Building Regulations in regards to ventilation and the importance in ensuring that homes have effective ventilation. The session goes on to introduce Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) and explain the benefits to health, home and to energy bills installing an MVHR system within the property will bring Date: Thursday 9 June Time: 1600 - 1700 Price: £12…

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Acetylated Wood: The Optimum Solution for Cladding, Decking, Windows and Doors

June 16, 16:00 - 17:00
Online, via Zoom United Kingdom
£12.00

Acetylated wood: The optimum solution for cladding, decking, windows and doors This CPD focuses on the topic of acetylated wood, its features, benefits, applications, sustainable credentials and the relevant specification considerations. By the end of the presentation you should have a greater understanding of: - What acetylated wood is and acetylation - The benefits of acetylated wood - The key considerations for specifying acetylated wood - Common uses of acetylated wood Date: Thursday 16 June Time: 1600 - 1700 Price: £12…

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Integration of Solar Systems into the Building Envelope

June 23, 16:00 - 17:00
Online, via Zoom United Kingdom
£12.00

Integration of Solar Systems into the Building Envelope BIPVco This BIPVco seminar looks at the integration of solar technology onto a building. It will help you understand the following topics: The terminology of solar systems Both building integrated and building applied methods How to identify when to integrate and when to apply solar systems The different photovoltaic cell technology available installation in practice Date: Thursday 23 June Time: 1600 - 1700 Price: £12 plus VAT (£14.40) Online via zoom Please…

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