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Webinars

in2aplearning webinars are taught by industry experts and offer one formal CPD point.

CPD modules are a good resource to learn about problematic issues and learn new methods and procedures of building materials in accordance with NCC guidelines. Embrace the digital way with virtual conferences.

Audio Visual & Presenter Interaction

 

  • Audio visual and discussion
  • Total duration 1 hour
  • Q&A
  • 10min sponsor product introduction (relevant to CPD)

7th, 21st October at 12.00pm

Acoustic Materials in the Design of Sound Acoustic Spaces by Acoustica

Room acoustics may effect speech intelligibility, or may account for a loss of privacy. Upon completion of this module you will have a clear understanding of the fundamentals of acoustics. You will know the difference between acoustic products that absorb sound and acoustic assemblies that resist sound transmission. This module explains the acoustic terminology in an easy to comprehend form, highlights acoustic issues, informs of typical applications, and lists acoustic design considerations. You will be able to make informed decisions and create innovative acoustic solutions.

30th September at 1.00pm | 30th October at 1.00pm

Commercial Washroom Design and Construction Challenges (DDA) by ASI JD MacDonald

This module highlights technical and aesthetic design considerations for commercial washrooms. The importance in providing access to public washrooms for the one in five Australian’s living with some type of disability is reflected by current Australian Standards for disabled access and mobility and their adoption as deemed-to-satisfy provisions in the Building Code of Australia (BCA). The module reviews design aspects, sustainability concerns, safety issues and access provisions. It assesses toilet partition components, washroom accessories and selected material options accounting for compliance, hygiene and maintenance concerns.

25th September at 1.00pm

Considerations for Façade Attachments for Optimal Performance by HAWA

The façade of a building is often thought of as the most important aspect from a design standpoint, as it sets the tone for the rest of the building. The design of a façade can positively trigger physical, physiological and psychological responses. Aesthetic appeal, energy efficiency, sustainability and convenience, the demands placed on the modern facades are high.

2nd October at 1.00pm | 23rd October at 2.00pm

Design Solutions in Public Bathrooms with Solid Surface by CASF

This workshop will enhance the education of architects and designers in their design and documentation of DuPont Corian® Solid Surfaces in Public Bathroom environments, and this information translates to other design applications.

At the end of this presentation, attendees should be able to:

  • Identify and overcome common design concerns in public facilities; Water splash, Soap residue, Hand drying, Vandalism, Maintenance, Accessibility
  • Select products that are fit for purpose

29th September at 12.30pm | 13th October at 12.00pm | 26th October at 10.00am

Fire Requirements for External Walls and Facades by ASKIN

  • NCC 2019 – specific fire requirements for suitability.
  • Principles of fire performance.
  • Compliance requirements for different classes and building types.
  • Design considerations concerning fire performance.
  • Understand the different fire tests and where they fit into the requirements of the NCC

20th October at 1.00pm

Insulated Panel Roof Systems: Delivering a Complete Roofing Solution by ASKIN

  • Characteristics, options, and configurations of insulated metal roof panels.
  • Engineering considerations affecting Insulated Panels.
  • How Insulated Panels meet all the performance requirements of the NCC in relation to weatherproofing, air-tightness, thermal considerations and fire. Including its contribution to Passivhaus design principles.
  • Standards required for Insulated Panels – NCC
  • Additional considerations to roof design – Solar

22nd October at 11.00 am

Looking to the Future of Learning Spaces by Polytec

The idea that our physical environment has the capacity to shape us, and therefore, that a building has the ability to powerfully influence its users is one of the main tenets of architecture and design. Teachers are at the forefront of education innovation and pedagogy. They are cognizant of the physical environments’ ability to ‘make or break’ creativity and stifle learning. This module creates a resource for architects and school planners to refer to for the construction of new learning environments or the renovation of existing learning environments.

2nd October at 9.00am | 16th October at 12.00pm | 29th October at 10.00am

Passivhaus Design Principles in Commercial Construction by ASKIN

  • What is Passivhaus? Performance criteria.
  • How does thermal bridging impact the overall performance of a building?
  • The importance of airtightness.
  • Insulated Panel, what is it?
  • What is AS/NZS4859.2 and its role within the 2019 National Construction Code?
  • Insulated panel’s contribution to better Passivhaus design.

Next Date To Be Announced

Residential Buildings: Considerations for Building a Healthy Home by HAWA

This module will explore residential buildings and the potential for indoor air quality problems, but also the impact the acoustics and thermal comfort have on our health and the health of our some. With thoughtful design and product specification we can ensure occupant health and safety. In this module we will provide specifiers with a framework for best practice design and specification.

Next Date To Be Announced

Selection of Aluminium Windows and Doors for Commercial Applications - Key Considerations by Alspec

  • What are the key design considerations when selecting Aluminium Commercial Windows and
  • What are the applicable performance Standards and how do these differ from prescriptive Standards.
  • How does energy impact the selection of framing systems for Commercial
  • Understanding the key features and benefits of the typical surface finishing

25th September at 1.00pm

Solid Surface in Healthcare Design by CASF

This workshop will enhance the education of architects and designers in their design and documentation of DuPont Corian® Solid Surfaces in Healthcare environments, and this information translates to other design applications.

30th September | 14th, 28th October at 12.30pm

Solutions for Bacteria & Moisture Management in Concrete by Oxtek

In this module you will learn that the construction industry faces a number of challenges in response to new social and environmental pressures especially with Concrete. The current market also demands cost efficiency and rapid execution. Learn about Australian made Oxtek Solution’s unique and environmentally safe technology for PERMANENT concrete protection, and how you can make your specification decision on high performing concrete.

13th, 30th October at 12.30pm

The Behaviour of Sound by Criterion

In this CPD presentation we bring to you our industry experience and knowledge gained, on how to address acoustic requirements and challenges in commercial fitouts. We look at how to insulate and mitigate sound transfer through glazed walls and doors. We provide real life examples of challenges faced, how they were overcome and how to avoid them in future projects.

25th September at 12.00pm | 9th October at 9.00am | 23rd October at 12.00pm

Thermal Performance of the Building Envelope – NCC 2019 by ASKIN

  • The 2019 NCC – What you need to know.
  • The science of thermal insulation.
  • Understand the principles of thermal bridging.
  • Analyse the impact of thermal bridging on thermal performance.
  • Continuous insulation – What is it?
  • Continuous insulation and thermal bridging

How to Create Interior Spaces using Biophilic Design to Enhance Physical and Mental Well-Being

Join Oliver Heath in exploring the global movement of biophilic design - a set of principles used to create an improved human connection to nature within the built environment.

Discover the research studies behind the principles and understand how they can be practically implemented across a variety of building typologies and budgets, to create happier, healthier places to live and work.

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