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COMPLIANCE PACKAGE Number 1: COM0646

PRESENTER
Feiner, Hockings, Morris, Wright, Ingui,Rose and Nichols
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:

  • Henry Feiner – HARRY SEIDLER & ASSOCIATES
  • Bernard Hockings – ABSA
  • John Nichols – CEMENT CONCRETE & AGGREGATES AUST 
  • Steve Wright – STEENSEN VARMING
  • Wendy Morris – ECOLOGICAL DESIGN
  • Sam Ingui – COLIN BIGGERS & PAISLEY LAWYERS
  • Rod Rose MANAGING DIRECTOR, BUSHFIRE + ECOLOGICAL SERVICES
For more detail description of the courses see below:
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  • PRESENTER
  • FORMAL CPD/CPE POINTS
  • Henry Feiner – HARRY SEIDLER & ASSOCIATES presents:

    Wild about Harry HF0624

    Learning outcomes:

    • Have an appreciation of the qualities which have made Harry Seilder’s architecture so influential.
    • Have a better understanding of the history of modern Australian architecture.
    • Understand the main themes that have defined Harry Seidler’s work and be able to read these themes in Seidler’s built architecture.
    • Recognize that a successful architectural language is the result of an appreciation and understanding of technology, the environment, the opportunities and limitation of a site and planning regulations.

    Bernard Hockings – ABSA  presents:

    Recycle-Reuse-Recover-Retrofit-Reduce BH0639

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Understand the issues of ecological sustainability and design for reduction of energy use and environmental impact.
    • Identify the key entities responsible for attaining a sustainable built environment.
    • Locate tools and materials published for use by Architects, Builders, Designer and Consumers for sustainable building.

    John Nichols – CEMENT CONCRETE & AGGREGATES AUST presents:

    Achieving High Quality Decorative Finishes with Concrete Flatwork JN0616

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Be able to identify relevant Australian Standards pertaining to finishes of concrete flatwork.
    • Understand the techniques used to create a variety of concrete finishes.
    • Understand the processes required to attain a high quality of concrete finish.
    • Recognise each element used to create a concrete finish, and its effect on the finished product.

    Steve Wright – STEENSEN VARMING presents:

    Illuminate SW0631

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Understand the nature of natural and artificial lighting, particularly in reference to the built form.
    • Observe lighting examples, both natural and artificial, demonstrating the qualities necessary to lighting design.
    • Identify components of lighting design, including Form, Reflection, Shadow, Surface, Silhouette, Colour & Movement.
    • Understand the role of both natural and artificial light in the architectural process.

    Wendy Morris – ECOLOGICAL DESIGN presents:

    Australian New Urbanism in Practice WM0625

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Have an understanding of New Urbanism and its relevance to the Australian context.
    • Have gained knowledge of numerous Australian planned urban developments which benefited from the influences of New Urbanism.
    • Know how to access additional resources on New Urbanism and know the locations of numerous New Urbanism environments, where you can visit to further improve your knowledge of New Urbanism.
    • Know the key challenges which still face urban planning and which need to be overcome to effectively implement New Urbanism.

    Sam Ingui – COLIN BIGGERS & PAISLEY LAWYERS presents:

    Discrimination, Sexual Harassment and Equal Opportunity Law SI0627

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Clearly understand the legal definitions of discrimination, sexual harassment and equal opportunity within the workplace
    • Understand the need to clarify staff and employer requirements to prevent falling foul of these laws
    • Understand the advice to clearly communicate protocols regarding discrimination to all managers and staff
    • Understand how to ensure that your practice does not become susceptible to vicarious liability

    Rod Rose MANAGING DIRECTOR, BUSHFIRE + ECOLOGICAL SERVICES presents:

    Development Planning with Bushfire Constraints RR0630

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Have knowledge of the legislation which regulates how bushfire concerns should be addressed in building developments.
    • Understand potential, alternative methods of fulfilling the deemed to satisfy provisions, of the legislation, which can be used to achieve better development proposals.
    • Be able to better address bushfire considerations in your master planning and architectural design from site analysis, to sketch design stage through to the detailed selection of building materials and landscape design.
    • Be better able to liaise with bushfire consultants in an informed manner.
    • Have an understanding of the best way to approach negotiation with authorities, regarding bushfire safety regulations in building developments.
    • Have knowledge of bushfire behavior and landscape design for bushfire prone areas.
  • Formal CPD
    10 Hours - FORMAL

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