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RIAI CPD Links:Fundamentals of Energy Renovation for Traditional Buildings: funded by SEAI

Date:

Friday, November 15, 2019

Time:

see Link below for Dates & Times

Location:

Dublin ( Further details will be given to attendees upon successful registration)

Cost:

€400

Event Information


  • Interested  in  learning more  about  the  risks,  challenges  and  rewards  of  renovating  traditional  buildings  for improved energy performance?
  • Need  more  guidance  on  how  to  ensure  your  energy  renovation  project  complies  with  the  new  building regulations?
  • And what about embodied carbon and the rebound effect? How can practitioners account for these issues in the concept design phase of energy renovations?

Spaces are limited,  so early  registration is encouraged. 

Further Details & How to Registration is available  at: https://ertb.teachable.com/p/fundamentals-of-energy-renovation-for-traditional-buildings/

The lecture series will be held in Dublin. Further details will be given to attendees upon successful registration.

The Fundamentals  of  Energy  Renovation  for  Traditional  Buildings lecture  series has  been  developed  by  the Heritage Council and Carrig Conservation International Ltd to answer these questions and more. The lecture series is open to qualified building professionals and Continuing Professional Development (CPD)  accredited by the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) and Engineers Ireland (EI). The lecture series has also been endorsed by the Society of Chartered Surveyors (SCSI).

Lectures will be delivered by leading professionals from Ireland, the UK and Europe, giving attendees access to the  latest  research,  case  studies and  best  practice guidance.  Attendees  will  also  be  supported  by  an  online resource  with  suggested  readings,  speaker  presentations  and  practice  quizzes  to  test  knowledge  and comprehension.

Registration fees cover 5 full days of lectures (6 each day), which will run from 8:30am –  5:30pm on the following dates:

  • Friday, 1 November 2019   
  • Friday, 15 November 2019  
  • Friday, 29 November 2019
  • 17 January 2020
  • 31 January 2020

Attendance  fees  for  the  full  5-day  course  have  been  generously  subsidised  by  funding  from  the  Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) Research, Development and Demonstration funding programme.

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