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COMPLIANCE PACKAGE Number 11: COM1750

PRESENTER
McDougall (ARM), Elliot (Mbn), Lipscombe (UK), Margalit (UNSW), Santamouris (High Perf Arch), Powell (BDA), Cass (ASAA)
Formal CPD
10 Hours - FORMAL
AU$479.00
Package: 10 Hours of FORMAL CPD
Recognised by the NSW ARB, ARB of Victoria, BA of Qld, AB of WA, Work Stds Tas, APB of SA, PIA, AILA & BDA
This package of seven courses (10 Hours) provides the opportunity for full compliance of the  Formal CPD requirements for any nominal registration year.  It delivers a mix of presentations addressing the current issues, spread across the core categories of Design, Documentation, Practice and Project Management.  
The Package includes the following presenters:

  • Ian McDougall – ARM: AAA Short Black Talk: The Melbourne SHRINE OF REMEMBRANCE - ARM1702
  • Peter Elliot: Episodic Urbanism: Practice and Projects - PE1706
  • Prof. Harry Margalit – UNSW:  The Demise of Public Works Architecture - HM1708
  • Julian Lipscombe – Bennetts Assoc UK: AAA Special Talk: The Imperative of Place - JL170
  • Prof. Mat Santamouris – UNSW: PASSIVE  and  LOW  ENERGY  COOLING  in  BUILDINGS – MS1707
  • Ron Powell:  Barangaroo - The Worlds Newest Headland RP1704
  • Colin Cass – ASAA: Working with Stone and Consumer Complaints CC1703
For more detail description of the courses see below:
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  • PRESENTER
  • FORMAL CPD/CPE POINTS
  • Ian McDougall – ARM: AAA Short Black Talk: The Melbourne SHRINE OF REMEMBRANCE - ARM1702

    Learning outcomes:

    Understand ARM’s commitment to long term public engagements

    Gain insight into the design processes and related outcomes within the ARM practice

    Appreciate the complexities of working with historic and sacred buildings and sites

    Appreciate the idea of the architectural narrative and how it is important in the context of the Shrine

    Understand the complexity of adapting buildings to ‘re-use’, both with the architecture and the materials

    Be inspired by the desire to achieve the best possible outcome, through rigorous design development and learning from precedents.


    Peter Elliot: Episodic Urbanism: Practice and Projects - PE1706

    Learning Outcomes:

    Gain insight into the early and long lasting influences for Peters work

    Gain insight into the management of a practice over the long term

    Understand how good practice can lead to stability and genuine long term client relationships

    Appreciate the influence of this practice on the long term sense of place within the Melbourne environment.

    Appreciate Peter’s vision in the development of large scale urban architecture, especially ‘freeway architecture’.


    Prof. Harry Margalit – UNSW:  The Demise of Public Works Architecture - HM1708

    Learning outcomes:

    Reflect on the Public Works architecture of the last 20th Century

    Understand the development and use of Brutalist architecture in public works

    Appreciate some chosen examples of brutalist architecture and map the outcomes to the ideals of the time

    Understand the use of concrete as a building material and the techniques to use it’s strength and plasticity.

    Appreciate the realm of public works building in that day, and the lineage of public architecture today.


    Julian Lipscombe – Bennetts Assoc UK: AAA Special Talk: The Imperative of Place - JL170

    Learning outcomes:

    Understand the work scope of Bennetts Associates in the UK and Europe

    Appreciate the benefit of a long standing and well communicated design philosophy within the firm

    Gain an insight into the ‘Imperative of Place’ as an overriding outcome which drives design

    Learn from the experience of this firm in the practice of observation and the importance of human scale

    Be able to compare some of the outcomes illustrated with similar opportunities in your own built environment.


    Prof. Mat Santamouris – UNSW: PASSIVE  and  LOW  ENERGY  COOLING  in  BUILDINGS – MS1707

    Learning Objectives:

    Understand the idea of ‘the thermal balance of buildings’.

    Understand the ‘Framework of Passive Cooling’.

    Appreciate the techniques and technologies to assist with Solar Protection & Control.

    Appreciate the importance of Heat Protection of Opaque Elements of the buildings exterior

    Understand the technologies for Ventilative, Evaporative and Ground Cooling of buildings.

    Appreciate the impact of Radiative Cooling on buildings

    Reflect on the technological development of efficiencies in the cooling of buildings.


    Ron Powell:  Barangaroo - The Worlds Newest Headland RP1704

    Learning Outcomes:

    Understand some of the political process in the design and development of the site at Barangaroo

    Appreciate the enormity of the landscape works undertaken at Barangaroo

    Appreciate the processes and practices of working with a natural material on a massive scale

    Learn about some of the specific traits of natural Sydney Sandstone.


    Colin Cass – ASAA: Working with Stone and Consumer Complaints CC1703

    Learning Outcomes:

    Understand the processes for dealing with customer complaints within the NCAT framework

    Understand the role of Australian Consumer Law

    Appreciate the benefit of expert representation & adjudication

    Understand the ‘deemed to satisfy’ requirements under this law

    Now where you can get assistance with this process and what to expect.

  • Formal CPD
    10 Hours - FORMAL

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