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Formal CPD
4 Hours - FORMAL
Package: 4 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 three courses (4 Hours) provides a mix of FORMAL CPD addressing the current issues, spread across the core categories of Design, Documentation, Practice Management and Project Delivery.  
The Package includes the following presenters:
  • Peter Lonergan - BRUCE RICKARD - A Life in Architecture: PL1901
  • Jennifer McMaster - TRIAS - Shaping a Practice: JM1906
  • Jocelyn Holley - NATSPEC SPECIFICATIONS: 2019 Overview and Production: NS1902
For more detail description of the courses see below:
  • Peter Lonergan - BRUCE RICKARD - A Life in Architecture: PL1901

    Learning outcomes:

    Understand the life and work of Bruce Rickard

    Appreciate the meticulous processes that Bruce used throughout his 60 years of architectural practice

    Gain insight into how analysis of one architect can influence the work of your own practice

    Appreciate how Bruce's architecture integrated with the unique landscape in and around Sydney

    Experience the work of some exceptional photographers who were engaged by Bruce to record his work

    Jennifer McMaster - TRIAS - Shaping a Practice: JM1906

    Learning Outcomes:

    Understand the key values that support the TRIAS architectural practice

    Gain insight to the key lessons that Jennifer and her colleagues have learned in the early stages of forming their practice

    Appreciate how the practice has leveraged its strengths to develop success in the competition arena

    Enjoy the opportunity to review their first project, which has won these architects awards in 2018

    Reflect on the 'holistic' approach this practice has towards it's involvement in the community

    Jocelyn Holley - NATSPEC SPECIFICATIONS: 2019 Overview and Production: NS1902

    Learning outcomes:

    To understand the role of the specification as one of the contract documents.

    To appreciate the extent to which a specification communicates design intent and to understand its other roles.

    To appreciate the responsibility taken on board, by the professional, in writing a specification, which will impact all parts of a construction project and the associated personnel and their organisations.

    To gain an increased understanding of what can go wrong in the writing of a specification, such as the implications of omissions from or duplication in the specification document.

    To increase awareness of what material is available in assisting the specifier to prepare specifications, from NATSPEC.