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More Webinars

Here you can find a selection of FREE webinars provided by external organisations and companies including CICEnvirovent Ltd, NHBC, Trowers & HamlinsPanasonic, Cellecta, Delta and SocEnv.

All webinars listed below are FREE to register and you can book your place by selecting the relevant link.

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.   


Koster Façade/Damp Proofing

18 August | 30 mins | Delta

This seminar provides an overview of penetration damp and remedial measures that can be taken to combat penetrating damp with a holistic approach. Topics covered include, what is penetrating damp? Why penetrating damp is a problem, the causes penetrating damp, processes for dealing with penetrating damp and product specification.


Introduction to CIRIA's Working with Wildlife Training 

19 August | 11:00 | 1 hr | CIRIA

This Webinar provided by CIRIA will look at the following: 

  • Gaining an overview of the key areas of the one-day training course
  • Understand the key benefits of understanding this training
  • Hear a case study
  • Achieve valuable CPD


Construction Joint Waterproofing for Above and Below Ground Level Structures

20 August | 45 mins | Delta

The aim of this seminar is to provide a factual presentation to the principles laid out in BS8102:2009 and the need to ensure that waterproofing systems (of any type) being continuous where possible. The importance of choosing the right product, possible issues and what to expect from a supply partner. Topics include why sealants should be a key factor in specification, how to assist with the design and ensuring a continuous waterproofing solution.


Waterproofing Podium Decks

25 August | 45 mins | Delta

Podium Decks, buried roofs, balconies and terraces all must withstand the comparable combined stresses imposed due to being both externally exposed and trafficked. Recent years have seen a significant increase in waterproofing failures. Products do not fail. When failures occur, it is due to the design and build philosophy not being correct. The devil is in the detail - all waterproofing elements must be considered at the construction design stage to be durable and effective. Topics include waterproofing design, the management of water and water vapour movement through and out of a structure, detailing, product specification and prevention of project failure.


Introduction to Non-licensed Work on Asbestos in Soil

26 August | 11:00 | 1 hr | CIRIA

This Webinar provided by CIRIA will look at the following: 

  • Understand why you need training to carry out non-licensed work related to soil
  • Discover how this training can help you
  • Gain an overview of the course contents
  • Opportunity to join a Q&A session with the speakers
  • Earn valuable CPD


Waterproofing Below Ground Structures to BS8102:2009 (RIBA Double Point Accredited CPD)

27 August | 45 mins | Delta

This seminar is designed to help you design and specify waterproofing solutions to British Standard BS8102: 2009 (Code of Practice). It will help you to understand the following topics: The forms or types of waterproofing available covering types A, B and C and their placement, The correct selection and options for waterproofing applications, Grades of waterproofing protection, The importance of using a waterproofing specialist, Common problems, why they can occur and how to design out risk, Technology available in the basement protection market.


Waterproofing Pipe and Service Penetrations 

1 September | 30 mins | Delta

This seminar will provide you with an understanding of the technical detailing issues and design factors involved in particular to waterproofing applications. It will help you to understand the following topics: The different types of waterproofing applications available, Specific waterproofing design factors to take into consideration, Installation methods, Detailing Techniques and Solutions available for relevant waterproofing applications. 


Koster NB 4000

3 September | 30 mins | Delta

What can be done to make waterproofing designs more robust? By influencing the design by advising Architects, Specifiers, Engineers and Contractors on suitable and appropriate materials and to offer an understanding on why details are so important in waterproofing design, along with installation techniques. Topics include: Product Specification, Product Uses, Applications, Case Study reviews and summary.


Type B Waterproofing Solutions 

8 September | 30 mins | Delta

This seminar focuses on Type B waterproofing solutions as defined in BS 8102:2009, (The Code of Practice for Protecting Below Ground Structures from Water from The Ground). Topics include: Design philosophy, site evaluation, risk assessment, the importance of BS8102:2009 and how to design waterproofing systems, an explanation of how to achieve different levels of waterproofing protection before looking in more detail at Type B protection systems.



iMIST Fire Suppression Systems 

8 September | 12:00 | 1 hr | iMIST

This Webinar provided by iMIST will look at the following: 

  • Background on Water Mist
  • Background on BS8458:2015 - Residential and Domestic Water Mist Standard
  • A video of high pressure water mist system activating
  • The background of iMIST as a company
  • Information on iMIST's past and present projects
  • General Q&A


Waterproofing Movement Joints 

10 September | 30 mins | Delta

This seminar outlines the essential considerations that must be given to accommodate movement in structural waterproofing, covering expansion and contraction due to changes in temperature, along with irreversible moisture expansion. The presentation examines the requirement for movement joints in modern construction together with movement characteristics. The seminar also discusses recommendations for movement joint fillers and sealants in relation to current standards.


Reducing Risk in Type C Systems Using Predictive Maintenance (RIBA Double Point Accredited CPD) 

15 September | 45 mins | Delta

The aim of this seminar is to provide attendees with a deeper understanding on the concepts of utilizing predictive maintenance and reducing risk within Type C systems. It explores the benefits of using predictive maintenance in below ground applications and the use of technologies. It also covers important insights when designing a robust waterproofing solution. This CPD will help you to understand the following topics: What is a Type C cavity drainage system, Design principles for a Type C cavity drainage system and how to minimise and mitigate risk in the design process, Definitions of ground and surface water and explanations of ground and surface water behaviour.


Waterproofing Podium Decks

17 September | 45 mins | Delta

Podium Decks, buried roofs, balconies and terraces all must withstand the comparable combined stresses imposed due to being both externally exposed and trafficked. Recent years have seen a significant increase in waterproofing failures. Products do not fail. When failures occur, it is due to the design and build philosophy not being correct. The devil is in the detail - all waterproofing elements must be considered at the construction design stage to be durable and effective. Topics include waterproofing design, the management of water and water vapour movement through and out of a structure, detailing, product specification and prevention of project failure.


Waterproofing Below Ground Structures to BS8102:2009 (RIBA Double Point Accredited CPD)

22 September | 45 mins | Delta

This seminar is designed to help you design and specify waterproofing solutions to British Standard BS8102: 2009 (Code of Practice). It will help you to understand the following topics: The forms or types of waterproofing available covering types A, B and C and their placement, The correct selection and options for waterproofing applications, Grades of waterproofing protection, The importance of using a waterproofing specialist, Common problems, why they can occur and how to design out risk, Technology available in the basement protection market.


Koster MS Flex Foil

24 September | 30 mins | Delta

The aim of this presentation is to provide you with a technical insight into the world of structural waterproofing, as governed by BS8102:2009 (The Code of Practice for the Waterproofing Industry). Topics will include how different levels of protection can be achieved with waterproofing systems, why some waterproofing systems fail and what can be done to deal with failures whilst remaining compliant with BS8102:2009.


Effective Waterproofing for Underpinning Sections of Structures Below Ground Level with Reference to BS 8102:2009

29 September | 30 mins | Delta

Underpinning is the process of strengthening the foundation of an existing building or other structure. Underpinning is a major repair project and will require an effective waterproofing solution. In order to choose the correct materials and methods this presentation covers topics of recommendations for the design, construction, testing, monitoring and maintenance of waterproofing systems.


Offsite for Everyone

20 October | 09:00 | 2 hr | Supply Chain Sustainability School

This Webinar provided by Supply Chain Sustainability School will look at the following: 

  • Understand more about the Offsite for Everyone learning materials and how you can use them
  • Be part of our 'fishbowl' discussion - hear industry expert panellists talk about how they use offsite construction and the learning materials 
  • Gain an insight into the sustainability benefits of offsite construction - waste and resource efficiency; carbon and climate change; communities and cost, as well as much more
  • Network with peer organisations
  • See where your organisation can improve its offsite construction maturity, whether you are new to offsite construction or have used it for years
  • Be part of the future movement