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This course also covers Part L and F of the Building Regulations plus related topics such as energy performance certificates, air conditioning inspections and BREEAM energy points
"Good overview of the regulations and changes due up until 2019" Neil Blewitt, BAM Construction "Very good information and well presented" Robert D Pemberton, London Fire Brigade
Part L of the Building Regulations covers "Conservation of Fuel and Power". It applies to new buildings and certain types of work in existing buildings, and exists to enforce minimum standards of energy efficiency. Part F covers "Means of Ventilation" and is in place to maintain good standards of indoor air quality.
Part L is upgraded more frequently than any other part of the Building Regulations. This course covers the 2010 Part L and the 2013 version that came into force on 6th April 2014.
This course also covers related topics such as energy performance certificates, air conditioning inspections and BREEAM energy points.
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Understanding Part L and Part F will provide:
This course is designed for professionals in the building industry: Building owners, facilities managers, designers, building control assessors and equipment manufacturers.
Delegates will learn about:
Registration and coffee will be at 0900. The course will start at 0930 and finish at 1630.
Delegates are provided with a copy of all the slides presented and a BSRIA CPD certificate. Lunch and refreshments are provided.
David Bleicher David has a background in building services design, with experience of mechanical and electrical design both in the UK and in the USA. He joined BSRIA in 2005 and has worked on research projects, design reviews and he also leads the BSRIA training programme. Read David's full profile.
This course can be run in-company. We can also customise courses to meet the training needs of your staff. For more information, or for a quote, contact training manager Mike Lee