The CIF continues to play a key role in the development of the building regulations and technical guidance documents.
This in depth knowledge of the building regulations is reflected in the detailed expertise delivered to those participating in the course by people who are leading authorities on all aspects of the building regulations.
The City & Guilds Assured Building Regulations Programme provides the learner an expert tutor lead journey through the current legislative and guidance system (Building Control Regulations and Technical Guidance Documents).
Updates will be provided on pending changes as they become available during the programme.
Those who take part in the course come from a wide variety of construction management and professional backgrounds, given the wide application and implications of the building regulations for the construction industry and beyond this program is a must for contractors of all sizes.
WHO IS THE BUILDING REGULATIONS PROGRAMME AIMED AT?
The Building Regulations Programme is aimed all those involved in the construction sector or in complimentary disciplines, who need to learn more about the specifics of the Building Regulations. Specific modules will have a greater impact for SME type construction companies and can be selected upon interest to your specific business needs.
WHAT ARE THE BUILDING REGULATIONS PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES?
The Building Regulations programme aims to:
- provide a detailed working knowledge of the Building Regulations to all participants.
- provide clarity on the uncertainty that has arisen in recent times following the recent update to the Building Regulations.
- provide guidance on how the new rules impact on various categories of activity.
The Building Regulations programme will enable the participants to:
- understand and adhere to the Building Control Regulations.
- fully appreciate the process for certification of compliance.
- understand the obligations pertaining to the practical application of the Building Regulations.
- be aware of the potential changes pending from the Department of the Environment.