CPD Modules in Solid Timber Construction

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CPD Modules in Solid Timber Construction

New CPD Accredited Modules for Timber Construction

Cabinco are pleased to have obtained accreditation for a series of CPD modules to help specifyers understand the value of Timber Construction and how to best use it in the projects they are working on.  The modules are suitable for Architects, Specifiers and Main Contractors who need to understand the values and benefits to this type of construction.

The modules include;

Solid Timber Construction

This module will describe the generic benefits of solid timber construction and the advantages of these construction styles when seeking a sustainable solution.  It will also look at the particular advantages of each style to individual projects.  

This online module is estimated that this module will take approximately 1 hour to complete and is aimed at beginner/intermediate level learning. Solid Timber Construction – PPS to begin or email me at romane@cabinco.co.uk for a PDF version.

Certified certificate – T1 31.07.13

Machine Profile Log – Sustainable Construction

This module will describe the specification, potential and limitations of a Machine Profile Log solid timber building.  It will also provide an understanding of this form of solid timber construction and help to identify opportunities to specify it in future projects. 

This online module is aimed at intermediate/advanced learning and it is expected that you will have already completed the first module on Solid Timber Construction.  This will take approximately 1 hour to complete.  Machine Profile Log

Certified certificate – T2 21.08.13

Solid Timber Construction Seminar

Offered as a presentation of the content of the two modules above with time for Q&A with the directors and fuller discussion on the points raised.  By arrangement – call 01600 719218 or email romane@cabinco.co.uk

Certified certificate – T2 21.08.13    Certified certificate – T1 31.07.13

 

Please note our accreditation certificates have now expired – however the information remains available if of interest.