The RIBA approved sessions, which will take place at universities across the UK, aim to teach construction students about the assortment of materials applied in fenestration and the design standards which apply.
30 students recently attended the first session, which was hosted at Liverpool John Moores University.
Studying for degrees in subjects such as building & quantity surveying, construction management and architectural technology & engineering, many of them have already begun their careers in the construction industry.
The session was delivered by John McNama, a commercial manager from REHAU who regularly presents the Fenestration CPD to experienced architects and specifiers.
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