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COMPLIANCE PACKAGE Number 2: COM0745

PRESENTER
Cashman, Proberts, Addison, Pidcock, Geary, Farren, Adams, Glasby and Bringolf
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 nine 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:

  • Prof Rob Adams – MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL
  • Caroline Pidcock – Caroline Pidcock Architects
  • Jane Bringolf - Independent Living Centre (NSW)
  • Rex Addison – Architect
  • Dr Phillip Geary - University of Newcastle
  • Tom Glasby - Solutions Engineer, CCAA
  • Mark Cashman - Marsh Cashman Kooloos
  • Jon Farren - Marshall Day Acoustics
  • Liam Proberts - Principal, Fairweather Proberts Architects
For more detail description of the courses see below:
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  • PRESENTER
  • FORMAL CPD/CPE POINTS
  • Prof Rob Adams – MELBOURNE CITY COUNCIL presents:

    Public Melbourne RA0626

    Learning outcomes:

    • Understand the importance of the public realm to the successful urban design of a city.
    • Be aware of those attributes of a city which are fundamental to designing a city with a lively public realm.
    • Understand that the successful urban design of a city is the result of a collaborative approach between government, designers, developers and the city’s population.
    • Appreciate that urban design must consider the local character, culture and history of a city
    • Have seen, through the example of Melbourne, the dramatic improvement that a planned approach to urban design can produce in a city.

    Caroline Pidcock – Caroline Pidcock Architects presents:

    Passive Solar Design CP0620

    Learning outcomes:

    • Understand that Passive Solar Design is rooted in an understanding of its science.
    • Thermal comfort as part of this science involves a further condition of the mind.
    • Understand the principals of how heat and energy work.
    • Become familiar with the various climate zones as illustrated throughout Australia.
    • Appreciate that further finetuning for these zones are required for designing in site and circumstance specific conditions through examining some examples of primarily Pidcock’s work.

    Jane Bringolf - Independent Living Centre (NSW) presents:

    Retro-fitting for Accessibility JB0638

    Learning outcomes:

    • Understand the concepts of accessibility, adaptability, adjustability, visit-ability and universal design as it pertains to the design of the built environment.
    • Identify the key legislation and Australian Standards relating to design for people with a disability and the older people; understand the government policy direction and publications.
    • Identify specific features that can be incorporated in the design process for easier later modification; Create universal housing design based on principles of accessibility and adaptability.
    • Locate tools and materials published for use by designers relating to building for people with a disability and older people.

    Rex Addison – Architect presents:

    Reflections on the Homegame RA0701

    Learning outcomes:

    • Have the ability to inform action through knowledge of historical and cultural precedents in architecture—in particular, the English Free Style of the Nineteenth Century, the Arts and Crafts movement and the work of Frank Lloyd Wright.
    • Have an awareness of world philosophical, cultural and political movements in regard to the development of style and ideas in architecture in the Twentieth Century.

    Dr Phillip Geary - University of Newcastle presents:

    Domestic Waste Water - Treatment and Reuse PG0636

    Learning outcomes:

    • An understanding of issues of ecological sustainability and design for reduction of energy use and environmental impact, in particular wastewater recycling.
    • An ability to inform action through technical knowledge of domestic wastewater systems.
    • Identify risks and benefits associated with domestic wastewater treatment, disposal and recycling.

    Tom Glasby - Solutions Engineer, CCAA presents:

    High Rise: Is your project delivering maximum value? TG0615

    Learning outcomes:

    • Identify the key elements of concrete construction during the building of a high-rise tower.
    • Understand the design and construct environment as it applies to the builder, engineer and architect.
    • Understand the relationship between concrete construction elements and their impact on value for the major project entities.
    • Identify concrete construction techniques that can optimise value of an overall project.
    • Locate tools and materials published for use by Builders, Architects and Engineers in the high-rise concrete construction area.

    Mark Cashman - Marsh Cashman Kooloos presents:

    Tranquility of Space MC0524

    Learning outcomes:

    • Define what, according to MCK, separates architecture from being mere building and the importance of this.
    • Examine techniques that architecture can continue to employ to create ‘great’ and dramatic spaces; tranquillity and calmness; and an experience of ‘the other’.
    • Understand Mark Cashman’s view on the importance of narrative in creating a sense of place, and in turn good space.
    • Appreciate the complexity inherent in the concept of space and Mark’s belief that its contradictory and ambiguous nature could contribute to good space.
    • Comprehend some of the ways in which MCK utilise a building’s situation to enhance the architectural experience.

    Jon Farren - Marshall Day Acoustics presents:

    Acoustic Design for Commercial Developments JF0627

    Learning outcomes:

    • Clearly understand the sound insulation requirements of the Building Codes of Australia, including any shortcomings of the codes and sound insulation issues not covered in the codes.
    • Know where to find information on those sound insulation issues which are not covered by the BCA.
    • Know when to consult an acoustic specialist and know which stages of the project they are likely to be involved in.
    • Understand how to approach the selection of construction materials to provide the appropriate sound insulation for a variety of circumstances.
    • Know which areas of buildings are particularly important in terms of sound insulation.

    Liam Proberts - Principal, Fairweather Proberts Architects presents:

    Planning and Development by CORE VALUES LP0531

    Learning outcomes:

    • Have a good understanding of large scale, regional or city planning.
    • Understand how to simplify a large scale planning tasks into an ordered, logical process.
    • Have knowledge of the “core values” of a region or city which are important aspects of a good quality region or city planning scheme.
    • Know how to evaluate the priorities and formulate strategies in a planning project.
    • Be able to develop a planning concept that responds to the local environment and community.

  • Formal CPD
    10 Hours - FORMAL

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