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Upcoming Webinars for CPD Requirements

22 April 2020  
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During the next few months, it is essential that all members and professionals, keep up-to-date with their CPD obligations.

To help you, CABE is offering a series of FREE CPD webinars providing you with an understanding of the latest industry topics. All our webinars will give you 1 hour CPD. Details of upcoming webinars can be viewed below. All our past webinars are available to view on CABE’s YouTube Channel. To register for any future events, please click register below to book your place.

We have also put together a list of webinars run by external organisations which might be of interest to you and your colleagues. In future you can search our up-to-date list of CABE webinars on our webinar page.

We understand that this is a difficult time for everyone, and would like to remind you that CABE is here to support you any way we can.


Engineering Council Registration with CABE

 This Webinar by Jackie Macaulay, Chief Operating Officer at CABE looks at the process of registering for CEng status with the Engineering Council. 

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27 May 2020 | The Need to be Inclusive

 This Webinar by Sarah Sorrell of Oakley Estates Surveying Services look at the need to be inclusive, how to be an accessible business, designing with access in mind and will cover the legislation and obligations driving this.




10 June 2020 | Mobie’s Educational Pathway & Train the Trainer Modules

 Gerry Ruffles, Mobie will look at their education pathway and the offsite ready train the trainer modules and materials that they are developing as part of a CITB funded project along with the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre.




15 July 2020 | Dispute Resolution & Avoidance in Construction Contracts

 Michael Gerard of Michael Gerard Solicitors looks at dispute resolution and avoidance in construction contracts.





Here is a selection of free webinars being held by external organisations and companies.

Please note that each event is run by an external company and CABE is not responsible for the organisation, booking or content of the Webinar. If you have any questions about the event you are registering for please contact the host company.

We will keep an up-to-date list of external webinars on our website for you to refer to in the future, this can be found on our more webinars page


23 April 2020 | Construction's Recovery from the Age of Coronavirus 

This webinar by Alasdair Reisner, CEO of the Civil Engineering Contractors’ Association, and other invited speakers, will analyse what needs to be done to shape the construction industry's recovery from the coronavirus crisis. Alasdair is a member of the BEIS/Construction Leadership Council Covid-19 Task Force and is leading the work on advising government and industry about recovery and turnaround.





27 April 2020 | Mental Health and Wellbeing Through the Age of Coronavirus 

A webinar hosted by acclaimed construction coach, Maria Coulter BEM, chair of the CIC Diversity and Inclusion Panel, will lead a webinar looking at the important issues of mental health and wellbeing through these challenging times.




5 May 2020 | Domestic Ventilation Strategies & Best Practice Compliance

Environment Ltd's webinar will help you to understand the health impacts of poor ventilation, the various ventilation strategies in Part F and the applications and responsibilities of the notifiable work for the incumbent installer.




5 May 2020 | Materials, Management and Climate Change Part 1

Dr Church will discuss the importance of materials in meeting our climate change targets, both in terms of the fundamental role materials will play in enabling the necessary societal change and through the lens of minimising resource use’s contribution to GHG emissions. 

This is a four part webinar, further dates shown on link.