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Tone Wheeler (environa studio), Julian Lipscombe (Bennetts UK), Kevin Rooney (NATSPEC), Tracy Tresidder, Dr Harry Margalit (UNSW), Jann OConnor (AWA), Jocelyn Holley (NATSPEC)
Formal CPD
10 Hours - FORMAL
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:

  • tone wheeler: environa studio
  • Julian Lipscombe: Bennetts Associates - London
  • Kevin Rooney: NATSPEC
  • Tracy Tresidder
  • Dr Harry Margalit - UNSW
  • Jann O'Connor: Australian Window Association
  • Jocelyn Holley - NATSPEC
For more detail description of the courses see below:
  • tone wheeler: environa studio


    AAA Short Black Talk: The Wayside Chapel TW1501

    In this AAA Short Black talk Tone Wheeler of environa studio, discusses how the unique community building, the Wayside Chapel, was planned, designed and constructed.

    Winner of the AIA (Australian Institute of Architects)NSW Architecture Awards 2014 Lord Mayor's Prize and the Milo Dunphy Award for Sustainable Architecture 2014, the Wayside Chapel was also the winner of the IDEA Interior Design Excellence Awards - Sustainability Award 2014, and was previously awarded the 2004 Francis Greenway Society Green Building Gold Medal.

    The design adheres to practice ethos of 'Long life, loose fit, low impact', with the spaces within the building specifically designed to easily enable users to adjust and adapt spaces to meet changing needs over time.

    Quoting the AIA Jury, 'What makes this building stand out has been the additional emphasis on less mainstream aspects of sustainability, including a green roof to grow fruit and vegetable crops for the onsite cafe and the use of colours and materials to influence occupant mood and wellbeing - all based on solid research,'1

    Julian Lipscombe: Bennetts Associates - London


    Kings Cross: Our Contribution to London's Heart

    This talk was recorded live at a special event organised by the Australian Architecture Association (AAA).

    Julian Lipscombe joined Bennetts Associates in 1992 and became a director in 2002. In this talk, Julian provides intriguing insight into the methodology and approach of Bennetts Associates architectural practice in London. Using the significant renewal development of Kings Cross in London, he illustrates the themes and values used within the practice to approach design on every scale within planning and architecture.

    Kevin Rooney: NATSPEC


    Getting Started with BIM BIM1411

    This seminar centers around the NATSPEC paper: Getting Started with BIM. The seminar provides generic guidance on implementing BIM within an organisation and discusses some of the issues which need to be considered and the decisions to be made. It covers topics such as preparing for change, planning, implementation and review.

    Tracy Tresidder


    Communication from the inside out TT0501

    Great communication begins with an understanding of who we are and how we are able to express ourselves effectively. This course is designed to develop your communication skills, enabling you to better understand the needs of your clients, and others around you. It will provide you with a number of strategies to assist you in overcoming the communication barriers with your clients, staff and colleagues.

    Dr Harry Margalit - UNSW


    Sydney Ancher 'An Australian Modernist'  SAHM0523

    Dr Harry Margalit, provides an introduction to Syd Ancher, with a timeline of his remarkable career. He discusses the major influences of the period and examines the question ‘what caused the shift in architectural thinking?’ which led to Modernism.

    Jann O'Connor: Australian Window Association


    Prevention of Falls from Windows AWA1502

    In this talk from the Australian Window Association, Jann O'Connor explains the impact of the National Construction Code 2013 has on the design, placement and installation requirements of windows to prevent falls. The talk presents a comprehensive and practical overview of the essential requirements and provides information as to how and where to get further information.

    Jocelyn Holley - NATSPEC


    A Specification Writing Overview JH1413

    In this talk, recorded as a part of their national tour, Jocelyn Holley from NATSPEC addresses the importance and role of good specification writing for architects, engineers, building designers, landscape architects and interior designers. Jocelyn Holley discusses specification writing in Australia and the use of NATSPEC in the preparation of construction specifications, providing many examples from her own experience. She also discusses the options of specifying by performance, prescription or proprietary methods. She talks briefly about how to develop and use office edited work sections from Specbuilder Live, NATSPEC’s online specification compilation software, and how this integrates with Microsoft Word.