The CPD Concrete Repair & Protection to BS EN 1504 has been assessed by RIBA and categorised under the core curriculum subject:
Learning outcomes of the CPD – knowledge, awareness and understanding of:
This RIBA certified seminar offers guidance on the correct methods of carrying out concrete repairs and what can be done to avoid future issues.
The seminar focuses on the importance of preparation, installation methods and protection.
Concrete Repair and Protection to BS EN 1504 will be presented at the RIBA roadshow in Brighton on 23rd April 2015
The RIBA Core Curriculum was created by RIBA for its members to ensure that key architectural skills are covered in learning activities.
It is a requirement that chartered members take part in a minimum of 20 of their yearly 35 hours CPD from the Curriculum, spending two hours of CPD time in each of ten key topics. RIBA Certified CPDs can be identified by the RIBA CPD Providers Network logo and attract double CPD points.
The Ronacrete technical team can also travel to present the CPDs in the workplace and will reimburse for lunch.
Further information and booking details for RIBA CPDs can be obtained by calling 01279 638700 or by sending an email to [email protected].
Flex Meadow, Merring Way,
Phone: 01279 638700
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