1,0 Category 1 CPD credit
CPD COURSE TITLE:
A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN – REVISITING SUSTAINABILITY IN THE BUILDING INDUSTRY
(this course is validated through SAIAT under the umbrella of SACAP and is a 1,0 Category 1 CPD activity)
DATE: 19 March 2015 (full-day event)
VENUE: Bloemfontein – to be announced
COST: FSIA/SAIA Members: R1,300.00 (incl. VAT)
Non-members: R1,400.00 (incl. VAT)
Solien Energy Solutions cc is offering an information-packed one day CPD course in Bloemfontein. The course is presented by Melissa Dalton who has been involved in training and education for over 25 years. Her intention – through the course – is to provide architectural and building professionals with design strategies that will enable them to effect a more sustainable and healthy world through the work they do. This comes at a time when architectural professionals/developers/construction and building companies are under growing pressure to adopt a more sustainable approach to building and construction.
The course, which is applicable to new build and renovations/large and small scale projects/low-income and high-income developments, offers a range of specific and general strategies) with respect to:
- Site and Location
- Air Quality and Space
- Materials and Technologies
The information provided is geared towards creating a healthier environment/world we live in as well as addressing issues of the individual and collective health of the occupants of the building as well as increased self-sufficiency with respect to energy, water and food… this provides architectural professionals some leverage in justifying their proposed design fee.
Attendees will take home a CD pack of bibliography, website links, notes, etc. relevant to the course content that will benefit the architectural professional/client/developer and other building professionals.
Hereto attached please find the course overview, course outline and an application form for your attention.
Please do not hesitate to contact us on 044-877 1733 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries or would like any further information.
Solien Energy Solutions cc
PO Box 617, Wilderness, 6560
322 Erica Road, Wilderness Heights, 6560
044 877 1733
SAIA-Approved SANS 10400 XA & SANS 204 CPD Course- 1 DAY TRAINING
If you are frustrated and confused by the SANS 10400 XA & SANS 204 regulations, let us help you understand the in’s and out’s of how to apply the legislation and achieve compliance on your projects.
The objective of this course is to familiarise building professionals with the new energy usage provisions of the National Building Regulations & SANS 10400 XA such as to be in a position to guide clients as to the best route to compliance and to assist these professionals to demonstrate that they might be eligible to act in the capacity of the Competent Persons Energy to perform Rational Designs to the Regulation and Standards.
This course is unique as it explains the application of the regulations with a broad approach looking at and explaining all three routes to compliance. It will also teach you how to do fenestration calculations, calculate R-values through walls and roofs, understand thermal comfort, calculate your 50% hot water usage, and much much more…
Bloemfontein: 11 – March 2015
Venue: To be Confirmed
Cost: FSIA/SAIA members R1600,00 and non-members R1767,00 (inclusive of VAT)
To register for this workshop, please complete the attached registration form and send it to email@example.com
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The Sustainable Use of Steel in Building
CPD Workshop – 10 October 2014
Hereto attached please find:
– An invitation to the above-mentioned Workshop
– Registration form
– UFS Campus map
COST per person (including VAT):
– FSIA/SAIA, SASFA, SAISC & ASAQS members: R150,00/person (registration no. required)
– Non-members: R250,00/person
REGISTER TODAY – SEATS ARE LIMITED!
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Closing date for registrations & payments: Friday, 26 September 2014 @ 12:00