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2021 COMPLIANCE PACKAGE: COM2150

PRESENTER
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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 eight 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:
  • Tai Ropiha + Adrian McGregor - MAITLAND RIVERLINK BUILDING: TR2106
  • Tone Wheeler - AAA Winter Talk #1 - RONCHAMP + Le Corbusier: TW2102
  • Rod Rose - Best Practice Bushfire Protection Design: RR2101
  • Dr Caroline Noller - Embodied Carbon Masterclass for Building: CN2108
  • Martin Pinson - BASIX + Brilliant Buildings: MP2107
  • Tracy Tresidder - Emotional Intelligence for Design Professionals: TT2104
  • Ted Quinton - Revaluing VALUE in Architecture: TQ2109
  • Edger (Ted) Stubbersfield - Seven Deadly Sins of External Timber Design: TS2010
For more detail description of the courses see below:
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  • Tai Ropiha + Adrian McGregor - MAITLAND RIVERLINK BUILDING: TR2106

    This CPD course relates to the following AACA NCSA Elements: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9

    Learning outcomes:

    • Gain insight into the benefits of a close collaborative approach to appropriate civic projects
    • Understand how history can have significant impacts on communities like Maitland
    • Understand how good town planning can transform local and visitor usage of a town centre and reinvogotate the whole town
    • Appreciate the design development processes that CHROFI undertake to achieve outstanding architectural outcomes
    • Hear firsthand how Tai & Adrian applied their respective strengths to develop design excellence to the benefit of the town of Maitland
    • Appreciate the detail of this multiple award-winning project.
    Tone Wheeler - AAA Winter Talk #1 - RONCHAMP + Le Corbusier: TW2102

    This CPD course relates to the following AACA NCSA Elements: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 & 9

    Learning outcomes:

    • Gain an intimate appreciation for the Ronchamp Chapel as an architectural icon
    • Gain insight through Tone Wheelers connection, to the design process and construction
    • Appreciate the significance of this building in the context of Le Corbusier's other buildings
    • Learn of Le Corbusier's architectural development through other competition and exhibition works
    • Appreciate the scale and complexity of this project in its period and location.
    Rod Rose - Best Practice Bushfire Protection Design: RR2101

    This CPD course relates to the following AACA NCSA Elements: 2, 4, 5, 6, & 8

    Learning outcomes:

    • Be familiar with the current Planning for Bushfire Protection (PBP2019) requirements.
    • Understand how the PBP document and AS3959 interact with regard to the classification of Bushfire Attack Levels (BAL) and what design & construction materials are required to comply.
    • Be aware of the standard processes and the opportunities that site specific assessment may benefit for individual developments, such as increased yield on a site etc.
    • Understand the requirements for Complying Development in Bushfire Prone Land (BFPL)

    Dr Caroline Noller - Embodied Carbon Masterclass for Building: CN2108

    This CPD course relates to the following AACA NCSA Elements: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Learn how to benchmark your project for its “typical” embodied carbon footprint;
    • Learn some simple methods and tools to establish a project Baseline and the GAP to Zero;
    • Explore the implications of some key design strategies on reducing embodied carbon and
    • Understand how to interpret outcomes and communicate to others.

    Martin Pinson - BASIX + Brilliant Buildings

    This CPD course relates to the following AACA NCSA Elements: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 & 8

    Learning Objectives:

    • Understand how you can get the best out of BASIX.
    • Hear how it can be used as an informative design verification tool, rather than just an annoying afterthought.
    • Appreciate how BASIX can be best used to achieve superlative performance for thermal comfort, water and energy.
    • Learn how the early testing with BASIX can lead to technologies and design characteristics which will achieve brilliant scores, at low cost.
    • Learn also about new software and assessment tools that add a new level of detail and sophistication to BASIX.

                Tracy Tresidder - Emotional Intelligence for Design Professionals: TT2104

                This CPD course relates to the following AACA NCSA Elements: 9

                Learning Objectives:

                • Understand the concept and ideas around Emotional Intelligence
                • Appreciate the importance of Emotional Intelligence in your life
                • Understand the process of emotional response to ‘events’
                • Begin to improve your Emotional Vocabulary
                • Know the four pillars of Emotional Intelligence
                • Recognise and use some practical suggestions to help develop your Emotional Intelligence

                Ted Quinton - Revaluing VALUE in Architecture: TQ2109

                This CPD course relates to the following AACA NCSA Elements: 9

                Learning Objectives:

                • Appreciate how architecture has been demonetised over time
                • Understand some of todays macro-economic challenges for the future of the profession. 
                • Be aware of global monetary issues that  impact future decisions about our profession
                • Recognise ways of capturing value and monetising the great depth of knowledge, creativity and skill
                • Be aware of technology such as distributed ledger, blockchain, smart contracts and tokenisation which may provide new and innovative ways by which architects can re-establish the value proposition of our profession.

                Edgar (Ted) Stubbersfield - Seven Deadly Sins of External Timber Design: TS2010

                This CPD course relates to the following AACA NCSA Elements: 5, 6, 7, & 8 

                Learning Outcomes:

                • Understand the issues of moisture
                • Appreciate the correct usage of ‘heart in’ timber
                • Be aware of correct joist design and specification
                • Be aware of using ‘sleepers’ in landscaping
                • Understand the issues with using 150 x 150 in landscaping
                • Appreciate the correct methodology for setting hardwood posts
                • Understand the importance of correct ‘durability ratings’ for timber specification