REYNAERS DEMONSTRATES COMMITMENT TO CPD FOR ARCHITECTS
Reynaers has long been providing a programme of high quality CPD material to architects and specifiers.
The leading aluminium systems supplier has developed a number of presentations and seminars, independently certified by RIBA and the CPD Certification Service.
Architects and suppliers can choose from two modules, see content here.
Module 1 is an introduction to unitised curtain walling, an article accredited by the CPD Certification Service. To earn CPD credits, the article must be read and questions answered here. Architects and specifiers can download the CPD: Introduction to Unitised Curtain Walling, completion of which will earn 60 credits, according to the CPD Certification Service.
The second module, approved by RIBA, covers sustainability and aluminium systems to aid architects and specifiers develop their knowledge and earn points. The material is exclusive to architects and specifiers and is offered as a 45-minute seminar across the UK.
• Aluminium systems, including background and industry information
• Aluminium as a material
• Drivers in the growth of sustainable glazing, including Doc L and BREEAM
• The evolution of aluminium window design and thermal performance.
It helps architects in specifying the right product with the optimum level of performance for their project.
Marketing manager at Reynaers Rebecca Cope said: “We have a number of new CPD presentations in the pipeline, which will be made available online soon. If you are interested in the RIBA-approved CPD, our Curtain Walling CPD or any other topic, email email@example.com or call us +44 (0)121 421 1999 and a member of the team will be in touch.”
As well as a wide range of standard solutions, Reynaers also develops bespoke solutions for all market sectors – from residential to commercial and industrial projects. Find out more here.
If you are working on a project and require further information on our aluminium glazing products, please get in touch by clicking on one of the options below. Alternatively call us on +44 (0)121 421 1999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.