ONDULINE, the lightweight roofing systems and waterproofing specialist, has launched a new RIBA accredited CPD to give architects and building professionals a greater understanding of the benefits low pitched roofs and sub-roof systems can offer.
‘Understanding low pitched roofs and the benefits of sub-roof systems’ is the latest addition to Onduline’s extensive training programme and provides an overview of the importance of roof pitches and how to ensure the right pitch for a building.
New RIBA Accredited CPD
Available face-to-face or as an online seminar, the CPD course aims to help delegates understand why roof pitches differ, the pros and cons of different roof pitches, when to use a different roof pitch, the benefits of a low pitch roof, as well as an overview of what a sub-roof system is and when to use it.
Following the tighter restrictions that came into force within roofing with the launch of BS 5534, the training session will also offer participants a guide to the latest standards and regulations architects and building professionals must meet when specifying or installing a roofing system.
Ardit Strica, Technical Manager at Onduline, said: “We are thrilled to introduce our new RIBA approved CPD, which reflects our commitment to providing architects and building professionals with a broad overview of the issues and solutions available when it comes to roofing systems. This training course provides them with a great opportunity to gain detailed insights, enhance their projects, and ultimately deliver better results for their clients.”
To register for the ‘Understanding low pitched roofs and the benefits of sub-roof systems’ CPD, or to view Onduline’s wider training programme, please visit the website here.