An important part of the National Construction Code (NCC) is knowing who is responsible for what. NCC CPD courses help to clarify the roles and responsibilities of different practitioners. Courses for compliance and design practitioners are online and available now, with more courses arriving soon.
Courses now available
Do you rely on NCC Evidence of Suitability?
As a compliance practitioner, it is important to know who is responsible for what under the NCC. So, test yourself: which of the following players rely on evidence of suitability to perform their role?
The process for developing Performance Solutions A2.2(4) is now in effect!
This new provision is now effective through the NCC Governing Requirements, and must be used by all practitioners when developing Performance Solutions.
Do you understand how this may impact your work? Our course on Performance Solutions explores this new provision, find out more here.
Housing Energy Efficiency course coming soon
Our next CPD course on Housing Energy Efficiency will soon be released. This 2 hour course will provide introductory understanding and overview of the energy efficiency provisions in NCC Volume Two. It will be of interest for design practitioners involved in the design of Class 1 and Class 10 buildings.
Engineers – you’re next!
Our first course for engineers is coming in the next few months. Do you know an engineer who would be interested in learning about NCC CPD courses tailored to their profession by the ABCB, government, industry and subject matter experts? Simply forward this email to an engineer colleague today and suggest they subscribe to NCC CPD, as you have, to receive alerts when new courses are released.
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