Building Regulations Explained - Facades & Fenestration

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Learn how the Building Regulations protect people's safety, health, and wellbeing in and around buildings. Delivered in association with the Council for Aluminium in Building (CAB).

      • 16 July 2024 - 9:30am16th July 2024 - 1 day at Bracknell. 09.30 - 16.30. 6 CPD hours
      • 1st delegate: £395.00 (£315.00 for Members)Subsequent delegates: £370.00 (£290.00 for Members)
      • BSRIA, Old Bracknell Lane West, Bracknell, RG12 7AH.
      • 06 November 2024 - 9:30am6th & 7th November 2024. 2 x half days online. 09.30 - 12.30. 6 CPD hours
      • 1st delegate: £395.00 (£315.00 for Members)Subsequent delegates: £370.00 (£290.00 for Members)
      • Online

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Overview

The Building Regulations are legal requirements that apply to most building work. They are minimum requirements and are supported by a large body of guidance in the form of Approved Documents.  Negotiating the legal requirements and guidance can be difficult, especially for the untrained.

This Building Regulations course delivers an overview of the subject and provides invaluable assistance to professionals involved in the building process, including those who already have experience with Building Regulations.

The course covers recent and forthcoming changes, including the revised Parts L and F and the new Part O, which came into effect in June 2022. The Building Safety Act and consequent changes to Part B of the Building Regulations is also covered.

"Excellent presentation. Very, very helpful and knowledgeable tutor. Highly recommend" Colin Dales, Dales Fabrications Ltd

Learning aims

  • Learn about legal requirements in England and Wales.
  • Find out about Approved Documents.
  • Understand recent changes to the Building Regulations.
  • Explore what future changes may look like.

Who should attend

This course will help any professional involved in construction projects and façade / fenestration projects, including those with prior Building Regulations experience.

Course content

  • Part A – Structure
  • Part B – Fire Safety
  • Part C – Site Prep, Resistance to Contaminates & Moisture
  • Part E – Resistance to Sound
  • Part F – Ventilation
  • Part K – Protection from Falling, Collision and Impact
  • Part L – Conservation of Fuel and Power
  • Part M – Access to and use of buildings
  • Part O – Overheating
  • Part Q – Security in Dwellings
  • Part 7 – Materials and Workmanship

Lecturer

David Bleicher
David joined BSRIA in 2005 and has a background in building services design, with experience of mechanical and electrical design both in the UK and in the USA. Read David's full profile.

Ross French
Since 1997, Ross has worked in both contracting and consultancy. His qualifications and experience span architecture, urban design and engineering. Read Ross's full profile.

Course details

1 day course 

6 CPD hrs

BSRIA Certified Course

Please be advised this course requires a minimum of 5 delegates.  Should we receive fewer bookings, BSRIA reserves the right to amend your booking to the next available date.

BSRIA Foundation Training Programme

This course is available through the BSRIA Foundation Programme

Product details

  • Publisher: BSRIA