To continue our commitment to industry development and high quality customer service, we have developed a range of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses focusing on main issues surrounding floor, wall and door products, plus their impact on the wellbeing of the people using the spaces where they are installed.
More information about these CPDs is given below. Each seminar is approximately one hour long and is designed to fit flexibly within busy work schedules. Courses are currently being delivered by our sales consultants online, as part of a webinar session.
For more details or to book a course, please contact our Customer Care Centre on 01462 707604 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively select an upcoming webinar session from the pulldown menu below, and complete the registration form. Our CPD webinars take place using Microsoft Teams – you will receive an email with a meeting link, and support on joining the session, if needed, by 10am on the day of the session.
Our CPDs aim to:
develop understanding of the key considerations when selecting floor and wall finishes
outline important health and safety elements
provide installation guidance, hints and tips
All our CPDs fit within one of RIBA’s ten core curriculum topics, meaning they can count towards your 35-hour learning requirement. You can award some of the required 100 learning points to these activities – please visit www.ribacpd.com for more information.
A number of our CPDs are RIBA-approved. These CPDs earn chartered architects double points:
designing for dementia
how to reduce the risk of slipping
resin – where function meets design
designing for mental health
Altro factory tour: Innovation in manufacturing product design
With an ageing population increasing the number of dementia cases, this CPD has been designed to give delegates an overview of the fundamental aspects of designing for dementia environments.
This CPD covers:
Symptoms of dementia
The impact of visual impairment
The effect of colour and contrast
Department of Health design guidance
Register and find out more here.
How to reduce the risk of slipping
According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), slips and trips are the most common cause of major / specified injuries to employees. The specification of appropriate flooring is an important way of controlling risk. This seminar coincides with the HSE’s campaign to reduce slips by education and enforcement and covers:
Flooring slip test methods
Resin – where function meets design
From machine shops to warehouses, resin systems are providing the performance required to keep the wheels of industry rolling. But what type of resin should you use? Will it resist chemicals and be easy to clean? You’ll find the answers to these and other questions by attending this seminar.
Understanding the key considerations when selecting flooring and walling finishes