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Designed to meet the growing learning needs of busy, knowledgeable built environment professionals, choose from a growing list of CPD topics. For information on your CPD obligation as a member of the CIOB, please click here. You will find details on the CPD requirement, advice on how best to comply with the regulation, and even a video to give you further assistance. If you have any queries, please contact email@example.com. Ts & Cs.
WELL Building Standard
Last update: 15 Jan 2017 - A new wellness standard for office environments will have a significant effect on workplace refurbishments and employee wellbeing
Focus on Cladding
Last update: 13 Jan 2017 - This is the second of our innovative new CPDs in the Modern Building Solutions series. Similarly based on the RIBA work stages, it gives you the information you need about Timber Cladding in a way that suits the way you work. You will then be able to complete the CPD by clicking “Self Assessment” to check your knowledge
Understanding Modern Slavery
Last update: 09 Jan 2017 - This module is designed to introduce you to the Modern Slavery Act and the requirements it places on UK businesses.
Timber: Building Material of the Future
Last update: 13 Jan 2017 - Welcome to this CPD Feature. Based on the RIBA work stages, it gives you the information you need about building with Timber in a way that suits the way you work; this innovative interactive CPD combines information and high quality video to show you Timber being used in the built environment like never before.
Procuring Sustainable Timber
Last update: 03 Jan 2017 - Timber is renewable. Over 90% of timber used in UK construction comes from Europe where more trees are grown than harvested. It’s low carbon, trees absorb carbon dioxide as they grow, and store it in wood. Timber products can save over a tonne of carbon dioxide per cubic metre when used instead of many other building materials. It has low Life Cycle Assessment impacts but only if the timber comes from legally owned and sustainably managed forests. Learn how you can be sure the timber you procure meets all appropriate sustainability criteria.