Access, Stairways, Ladders, Ramps and Guards
Changes to BS 8300 & design of buildings to meet the requirements of disabled people
Improve your knowledge of both sections of the Regulations
Where do they overlap?
Detail design & where things go wrong
This one-day training course will focus on building accessibility and specifically Parts K & M of the Second Schedule of the Building Regulations, challenges to expect, where things can go wrong during construction and how to overcome these obstacles. The course will also give delegates the knowledge and understanding of the user’s needs and how they vary between projects, it is not a one size fits all mentality.
This is a must attend training course for anyone working on building projects with responsibility for the design or implementation of correct access to buildings. We will examine where the two sections overlap, and we will also explore recent changes for BS8300 & the design of buildings to meet the requirements of disabled people. All attendees will get a chance to engage in an informative Q & A session, and will receive a highly informative course pack, as well as 5 structured CPD Hours.
The background & context for both Building Regulations K & M
Understanding the users
The application of the TGD’s
Supplementary guidance to TGD K
Overlaps between K and M = when to use
Detail Design and where things go wrong
Recent changes to BS 8300
Who Should Attend?
This CPD course will be of interest to all in the Building and Design professionals including, architects engineers, contractors, surveyors, project managers, subcontractors, suppliers, manufactures, assigned certifiers, design certifiers and ancillary certifiers to name just a few.
On completion you will receive your CMG MasterClass Certificate as well as your CPD Certificate containing 5 Structured CPD Hours. Please note certificates are issued only at the close of the training course to participants who complete the full five hours.
This course costs €395 (Early-bird) normal rate is €495. The price includes course documentation and training pack, teas and coffee, snacks, biscuits, fruit on arrival. Lunch is light fare containing freshly cut sandwiches, wraps, a selection of teas and coffee. Alternatively, you can avail of the local food stores and coffee shops within a one-minute radius of the training centre for hot food or alternative lunch options.