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An Introduction to the Building Code of Australia

An Introduction to the Building Code of Australia
A Quick Overview of the BCA.
Hours: 1 Read More
Price:
$66.00

This course provides a quick overview of the Building Code of Australia. 

It contains 7 short video clips and some questions to answer before progressing.

Timber Framing

Timber Framing
Hours: 4 Read More
Price:
$220.00

This course has been approved by the NSW Building Professionals Board as a recognised CPD Activity for E 1 Swimming Pool Certifiers, and A category Building Certifiers. The course covers the topical requirements of AS 1926.1 – Safety barriers for swimming pools that are currently causing concern, confusion and inconsistency throughout industry. The course is ideal for E1 Certifiers, Swimming Pool Compliance Officers and A category Building Certifiers as it aims to clarify and reinforce your understanding of the requirements of AS 1926.1 in a way that is consistent with industry expectations and practice. In particular, we will cover the requirements relating to: • Objects, landscaping, ground level and the like located adjacent to barriers • Climbable objects within Non-climbable zones • Measuring barrier heights above stairs • The requirements for glass barriers and gates • What to look for when checking the operation of gate latches The course will also include an assessment tasks which must be completed before being presented with your certificate.

This course has been approved by the NSW Building Professionals Board as a recognised CPD Activity for E 1 Swimming Pool Certifiers, and A category Building Certifiers. The course is ideal for E1 Certifiers, Swimming Pool Compliance Officers and A category Building Certifiers as it aims to clarify and reinforce your understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the accredited certifier operating in NSW. In particular, we will cover the requirements relating to: • The significance of the Swimming Pools Act 1992, BP Act 2005, ICAC Act 1988 and Ombudsman Act 2005 to the Certifier • The functions of the E 1 Certifier • The requirements of the Accreditation scheme • The authorities conferred for the E 1 Certifier • The Code of Conduct (Schedule 4 of the accreditation scheme) • Agreements and payment • Requirements relating to the carrying out minor works • The aspects of inspection and client interaction • Record keeping The course will also include an assessment tasks which must be completed before being presented with your certificate.