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2019 COMPLIANCE PACKAGE: COM1950

PRESENTER
Peter Lonergan (Cracknell + Lonergan), Jennifer McMaster (TRIAS), Kristen Lopes (Collins Biggers & Paisley), Jocelyn Holley (NATSPEC), Rod Rose (EcoLogical), Robert McDonald, Ted Stubbersfield
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:
  • Peter Lonergan - BRUCE RICKARD - A Life in Architecture: PL1901
  • Jennifer McMaster - TRIAS - Shaping a Practice: JM1906
  • Kristen Lopes - Employment Law Update (2019): KL1903
  • Jocelyn Holley - NATSPEC SPECIFICATIONS: 2019 Overview and Production: NS1902
  • Rod Rose - Best Practice Bushfire Protection Design (2018): RR1905
  • Robert McDonald -  Construction Waterproofing - 101: RM1907
  • Edgar (Ted) Stubbersfield - Outdoor Timber: Design & Specification Basics: TS1912
For more detail description of the courses see below:
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  • Peter Lonergan - BRUCE RICKARD - A Life in Architecture: PL1901

    Learning outcomes:

    Understand the life and work of Bruce Rickard

    Appreciate the meticulous processes that Bruce used throughout his 60 years of architectural practice

    Gain insight into how analysis of one architect can influence the work of your own practice

    Appreciate how Bruce's architecture integrated with the unique landscape in and around Sydney

    Experience the work of some exceptional photographers who were engaged by Bruce to record his work


    Jennifer McMaster - TRIAS - Shaping a Practice: JM1906

    Learning Outcomes:

    Understand the key values that support the TRIAS architectural practice

    Gain insight to the key lessons that Jennifer and her colleagues have learned in the early stages of forming their practice

    Appreciate how the practice has leveraged its strengths to develop success in the competition arena

    Enjoy the opportunity to review their first project, which has won these architects awards in 2018

    Reflect on the 'holistic' approach this practice has towards it's involvement in the community


    Kristen Lopes - Employment Law Update (2019): KL1903

    Learning outcomes:Appreciate the basis of the ten National Employment Standards (NES)

    Understand the processes and recourse available for unfair dismissal

    Appreciate the obligations as an employer for notification of employee rights

    Understand the basis of claims under the FW Act, including unfair dismissal and General Protection applications 

    Be aware of the requirements for 'Due Process' in dealings between employers and employees

    Be informed of the issues relating to the use of social media in the workplace

    Understand what Sexual Harassment and Bullying are in the workplace

    Be aware of the vicarious liability as an employer

    Be aware of other key issues affecting Casual Employment and Contractor relationships


    Jocelyn Holley - NATSPEC SPECIFICATIONS: 2019 Overview and Production: NS1902

    Learning outcomes:

    To understand the role of the specification as one of the contract documents.

    To appreciate the extent to which a specification communicates design intent and to understand its other roles.

    To appreciate the responsibility taken on board, by the professional, in writing a specification, which will impact all parts of a construction project and the associated personnel and their organisations.

    To gain an increased understanding of what can go wrong in the writing of a specification, such as the implications of omissions from or duplication in the specification document.

    To increase awareness of what material is available in assisting the specifier to prepare specifications, from NATSPEC.


    Rod Rose - Best Practice Bushfire Protection Design (2018): RR1905

    Learning Objectives:

    Understand which regulations apply to bushfire-prone land, and how these regulations impact on budget, development approval, the placement of the building on a site, and material selection.

    Recognise which situations require the expertise of a Bushfire Planning and Design consultant. You will understand the specific expertise that a BPAD consultant can provide at the design concept stage and detailed design stage of a project.

    Understand how bushfire regulations can impact on material selection, site placement, and therefore construction budget.

    Be aware of the pending changes to the PBP in NSW, commencing 1 May, 2019.


    Robert McDonald -  Construction Waterproofing - 101: RM1907

    Learning Outcomes:

    Learn & understand which waterproofing issues are the most common defects in new construction

    Be familiar with the Australian Standards for waterproofing, both internal & external

    Appreciate where there are no current standards for waterproofing, in particular below ground level

    Understand what are the most common defects resulting in waterproofing failure, both internal & external

    Understand which standards are now adopted into the Building Code of Australia (NCC)


    Edgar (Ted) Stubbersfield - Outdoor Timber: Design & Specification Basics: TS1912

    Learning Outcomes:

    To understand the importance of climate in the selection of timber for outdoor use

    To appreciate the extent to which the species plays in the performance of timber outside

    To appreciate the issues associated with determining suitable timber grades

    To gain an increased understanding of what teh Australian Standards men, or don't mean, with regard to timber suitability for specific outdoor requirements

    To increase awareness of how to design for timber performance; be aware of the Seven Deadly Sins of outdoor timber design

    Understand the importance of verifying, the timber, treatment and design of a job.