Understanding Building Conservation

Starts: Monday, 12th November 2018 - 9.00am

Ends: Tuesday, 13th November 2018 - 5.00pm

Location: CIOB - London WC2B 6XF

About this event

Book now for the CIOB Understanding Building Conservation Course
With over 6 million traditional buildings and half a million listed monuments in the UK, it is highly likely that at some point in your career you will benefit from a good understanding of the nature and practicalities of conservation.

Providing a solid introduction to conservation for historic, residential and commercial properties, our 2-day Understanding Building Conservation course will improve your competence and confidence in the undertaking of work and management on protected and traditional buildings.

Drawing from the latest UK and international best practice guidelines, at the end of this course you will enhance your understanding of:

•    The significance and philosophy of building conservation
•    Technical analysis of buildings, including breathability and moisture movement
•    Technical and significance issues when making decisions
•    Interventions, including energy efficiency improvements
•    Specifying and managing types of specifications, contracts and procurement

As a result, you will be better able to diagnose issues, identify the best building
Conservation solutions and work with the various stakeholders. On successful completion of the end of course assessment, you will receive a Certificate of Attainment from the CIOB. This also counts towards the entry requirements for the new CIOB Building Conservation Certification Scheme, for those of you wishing to further progress your career in this specialist field.

We look forward to welcoming you onto the course.

How to book

Book here https://www.ciobacademy.org/product/understanding-building-conservation/



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