09. December 2020 - 9:30 till 15:15
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RIBA City CPD Club 2020 Salisbury Day 4 | Diocesan Education Centre (DEC) | Wednesday, 09. December 2020

City CPD Club Salisbury Day 4

We have updated the 10 mandatory RIBA CPD Core Curriculum topics in response to the skills our members need to practice architecture, now and in the future. The ten Core topics will help you maintain competence, update your knowledge, acquire new skills, future-proof yourselves and your businesses and deliver socially purposeful architecture.

The RIBA City CPD Club 2020, an innovative schedule of seminars and workshops covering the 10 mandatory topics, is designed to help you achieve your annual CPD requirements.

Inclusive design for external built environments















This seminar will consider how the external built environment, including streets, landscaped areas, the approach to a building and the spaces between and around buildings, can be designed, built and managed to achieve an inclusive environment.
 


 

The most recent publication of BS 8300:2018: Design of an accessible and inclusive built environment includes a separate code of practice, which exclusively considers the external environment. It includes aspects of the wider external environment that were not covered in the original standard, particularly in relation to the external public realm. This seminar will explore the importance of this link in the access chain and how public realm, streets and approaches to buildings are vital in ensuring safe, dignified and independent access to services and facilities for all building users. This interactive seminar will cover:
 
 


Navigation, orientation and way finding: inclusive of signage and lighting 


Public transport infrastructure: bus and tram 


Parking provision: on-street and off-street, cycle parking, electric vehicle charging, setting down and picking up points 


Approaches to and around building 


Access routes: hazards, surfaces, obstructions 


Public facilities: seating, landscaping, art, public realm, shared space principles 



Speaker: Caroline Lewis, Access Design SolutionsCaroline is co-director of Access Design Solutions. She has provided inclusive design advice within built, pedestrian and transport environments for the past 20 years in both the UK and Australia. Qualified as a town planner, she is a member of the National Register of Access Consultants and a built environment expert at the Design Council. As a BSi and ISO committee representative, she is also recognised for her policy and standards work. Major clients have included Sydney Opera House, advising on a wayfinding strategy, and Barclays Bank regarding accessibility requirements for an assisted self-service device.


Core Curriculum topics
1. Places, planning and communities2. Inclusive environments3. Architecture for social purpose

















Fire safety design: active and passive fire protection 
















The government intends to implement those recommendations outlined within the Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety led by Dame Judith Hackitt, in England. In this seminar, you will learn about appropriate fire safety design primarily for residential buildings, covering: 



The new regulatory environment, including the roles of the Dutyholders and the proposed new role of Accountable Person 


The role of the new Building Safety Regulator and the three Gateway points 


The RIBA Plan of Works overlay for fire, including the need for a holistic approach to fire safety involving active and passive measures, and how this forms part of the Golden Thread of key information available throughout the lifecycle of the building 


The implications of the ban on combustible materials on the outside of buildings 


Key elements of fire science, enabling you to understand the five phases of fire, how building products react to and resist fire, and how these factors might impact on a particular building design 


Where to gain additional knowledge of passive fire protection 


Key information on passive fire protection, including fire-stopping, cavity barriers, fire doors, fire resisting glazing, fire resisting ducts and dampers 


Information required under Building Regulation 38 and handover 


The need to provide for maintenance of fire safety systems in fire design 







Speaker: Wilf Butcher, Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) Wilf has worked within the fire protection sector for over four decades, both in product manufacturing and as a consultant. In 2007, he became the CEO of the Association for Specialist Fire Protection, also representing the fire protection sector within a number of other industry bodies. Retiring in 2016, Wilf continues as an independent chair of the Construction Products Association’s Technical Expert panel, and BSI committee ‘Fire Safety and Built Environment’. He has also authored a foundation course in passive fire protection on behalf of the ASFP, which in cooperation with the Institution of Fire Engineers, carries a Level Three Diploma.





 




  







Core Curriculum topics
1. Places, planning and communities2. Health, safety and well-being3. Legal, regulatory and statutory compliance

Other booking options
For more information on these or other topics included in the RIBA City CPD Club 2019 programme, please see programme page or booklet.

Core/City (PAYG)  


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* Non-members cannot substitute for member and/or student tickets.