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TAKE 5 PACKAGE #2: VAR0607

PRESENTER
Farren, Tresidder, Thomson, Wheeler and Kerridge
Formal CPD
5 Hours - FORMAL
AU$249.00
Package: 5 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 five courses provides a mix of CPD addressing the current issues, spread across the core categories of Design, Documentation, Project Management and Practice Management.  The Package includes the following courses:

    • Jon Farren presents: Recent changes to the BCA affecting Sound Insulation JF0536
    • Tracy Tresidder presents: Communication from the inside out TT0501
    • Ken Thomson presents: An Introduction to Cost Management MD0535
    • Tone Wheeler presents: suburban wipeouts TW0503
    • Virginia Kerridge presents: Assemblage VK0518
                    Please see the individual Course Details below for more information about each course unit.
                    OR
                    • PRESENTER
                    • FORMAL CPD/CPE POINTS
                    • Jon Farren presents: Recent changes to the BCA affecting Sound Insulation JF0536

                      Target 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.


                      Tracy Tresidder presents: Communication from the inside out TT0501

                      Target Learning outcomes:

                      • Have a clear understanding of the communication process
                      • Discover what gets in the way of a clear message
                      • Overcome barriers to communication.
                      • Improve listening skills.
                      • Recognize the importance of effective communication in various situations
                      • Recognize that communication is a multi-faceted process
                      • Learn new feedback techniques for gaining clarity


                      Ken Thomson presents: An Introduction to Cost Management MD0535

                      Target Learning outcomes:

                      • Have a detailed understanding of the services offered by a quantity surveyor.
                      • Know when to obtain the specialist services of a quantity surveyor.
                      • Have a greater understanding of building cost analysis, tendering, progress claims, variations, bills of quantities and schedules of rates.
                      • Have an overall improved understanding of all the cost and contract management aspects of an architectural project.


                      Tone Wheeler presents: suburban wipeouts TW0503

                      Target Learning outcomes:

                      • Be able to approach sustainable house design from a point of understanding, free from prevalent misconceptions.
                      • Understand how to use thermal mass in the Australian climate.
                      • Have reconsidered plan design, for houses, in terms of sustainability, efficiency of space, orientation and the integration of interior and exterior.
                      • Understand when it is appropriate to use NatHERS and the purpose of BASIX.
                      • Have a new understanding of roof design and rainwater collection.


                      Virginia Kerridge presents: Assemblage VK0518

                      Target Learning outcomes :

                      • Have insight into a unique approach to spatial and formal concepts and the articulation of three-dimensional form.
                      • Have an appreciation for the ability of sculpture and painting to provide an enriching architectural influence.
                      • Have seen architectural examples which demonstrate that a sensitive response to site and nature can produce richer design.
                      • Value the importance of a strong initial design concept.