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2018 COMPLIANCE PACKAGE: COM1850

PRESENTER
Bosse (LAVA), Irwin (JILA), Fox (BIM), Ottley (Marshall Day), Nolan (UTas) Pinson (Integreco)
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:
  • Chris Bosse - LAVA: MAN NATURE TECHNOLOGY - CB1804
  • Jane Irwin - Jane Irwin Landscape Architects: Landscape + Architecture - JI1802
  • Steve Fox - bim consulting: BIM, An update from the Leading Edge - SF1810
  • Matthew Ottley - Marshall Day Acoustics : Multi-residential Acoustics + BCA Update - MO1806
  • Geoffrey Nolan - Uni Tasmania: Timber Rich Construction + Pre-Fab - GN1809
  • Matthew Ottley -  Marshall Day Acoustics: Acoustics for Education Spaces - MO1807
  • Martin Pinson - Integreco : BASIX Changes & New Targets - MP1801
For more detail description of the courses see below:
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  • PRESENTER
  • FORMAL CPD/CPE POINTS
  • Chris Bosse - LAVA: MAN NATURE TECHNOLOGY - CB1804

    Learning outcomes:

    Appreciate the development of the LAVA practice, both it’s unusual geographic positioning as well as the enduring manifesto, used to instruct it’s outcomes.

    Understand the influences of nature and technology and how these are continuously applied within the practice

    Gain a unique insight into the design development of the Watercube constructed for the Beijing Olympics

    Appreciate the visionary aspect of this practice through the discussion of future concepts in a variety of types


    Jane Irwin - Jane Irwin Landscape Architects: Landscape + Architecture - JI1802

    Learning Outcomes:

    Understand Jane Irwin's approach to practice and her interworking with architects

    Appreciate the opportunity that can be derived from mutual respect of skilled and passionate professionals engaging early in a collaborative process.

    Appreciate the depth and breadth of Jane’s experience and body of work

    Understand the the benefit that basic attitudes and processes can have on the outcomes of a project

    Understand a bit about what plants need.


    Steve Fox - bim consulting: BIM, An update from the Leading Edge - SF1810

    Learning outcomes:

    Understand the current best practice use of BIM is the AEC market

    Appreciate the benefits of BIM in practice for Feasibility analysis and Design Development through the use of collaboration, analytical & visualisation tools.

    Experience some of the amazing attributes that BIM can deliver for project design, documentation, and construction planning, as well as cost planning and procurement.

    Appreciate the opportunity for construction prototyping using BIM platforms

    Understand the benefits of BIM in the final stage of Digital Handover for building management.


    Matthew Ottley - Marshall Day Acoustics : Multi-residential Acoustics + BCA Update - MO1806

    Learning outcomes:

    Understand the basics of Acoustics in buildings

    Develop an appreciation for the BCA requirements for acoustics in Multi-Residential buildings

    Be aware of the design issues relating to an acceptable acoustics outcome in Multi-Residential buildings

    Appreciate where the BCA falls short, especially for high quality buildings, as well as issues that the BCA does not address in terms of external and environmental sound


    Geoffrey Nolan - Uni Tasmania: Timber Rich Construction + Pre-Fab - GN1809

    Learning Objectives:

    Understand the definitions used to describe timber construction

    Appreciate the benefits of timber-rich building

    Appreciate the various process options for timber construction

    Develop an insight into the different approaches to pre-fabrication, especially timber rich building. 

    Understand the NRAS Inveresk project requirements and design strategies

    Appreciate the specific conditions that lead to a prefabricated timber construction decision

    Understand the construction options and the pre-fabrication approaches used in the project

    Gain insight into the level of innovation that the project generated both in design and construction

    Appreciate the benefits of prototyping the pre-fabricated modules to improve quality and efficiency


    Matthew Ottley -  Marshall Day Acoustics: Acoustics for Education Spaces - MO1807

    Learning Outcomes:

    Understand the basic terminology used to describe acoustics

    Understand the differentiation between reflective & absorptive materials

    Appreciate the factors contributing to acoustic ‘privacy’.

    Appreciate the changing needs for Innovative Learning Environments (ILE’s)

    Gain an understanding of the complexity of acoustic design through the example based illustration

    Appreciate the potential acoustic issues with design elements such as room shape, operable walls and interconnected spaces in both horizontal and vertical schools.


    Martin Pinson - Integreco : BASIX Changes & New Targets - MP1801

    Learning Outcomes:

    Understand the main changes for BASIX affecting new dwellings , including:

    1. Energy – Higher minimum scores

    2. Thermal Comfort – tougher targets for heating & cooling

    3. Water – Unchanged

    4. DIY ‘rapid method’ –Removed

    5. DIY ‘deemed to satisfy’ – Tougher targets and restricted use

    Understand the reasons for these changes to BASIX

    Appreciate how the BASIX Tool works relative to climate zones and efficiency targets

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    10 Hours - FORMAL

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