The interpretation of information presented on a plan at the design and construction stage is a key skill for many professionals, and the production and assessment of plans and specifications to ensure compliance with constructional standards, industry guidance and regulations, is fundamental to many.
This two-day seminar focuses on the basic skills that you will need to interpret a design and visualise the completed building as well as considering some of the fundamental principles associated with meeting legislative requirements. This course is aimed at new entrants to the sector.
Speaker: Ken Ewing
Ken is a Building Engineer with over 45 years’ professional experience in the building industry, mostly spent within Building Control and associated fields, and much of which has been spent working within Local Government, where he was a Chief Officer, before starting up his own Building and Access Consultancy.
He has worked with the CABE in a voluntary capacity, setting and marking examinations and interviewing applicants for membership for in excess of 35 years, and continues to offer advice to applicants and serve on interview panels.
Ken has been working as a consultant on behalf of the CABE for over ten years, providing training covering building construction, Building Control Legislation and ancillary matters, together with the Building Regulations and Approved Documents.
CPD: 12 Hours
£395+VAT for CABE members
£445+VAT for non-members
How to Book
If you would like to book a place on this course, please click on the register button at the top of the page or use the contact details above.
Online booking will be open up to 2 days before the course. Please call us to book a place after this date.