Business Foundations Webinar - Part 2

25 March 2019

Don't miss Part 2 of our webinar series on how to build a successful and sustainable architecture practice on 1 May with Robert Peake. BOOK NOW.

1 - Business Foundations webinar 2

Servicing clients and delivering projects are key to the success of an architectural practice, but attentive, ongoing practice management is equally important. Unfortunately, many architects neglect the sometimes complex day to day running of the business to focus on the more enticing aspects of architecture.  

On 1 May, Robert Peake will wind up his two-part webinar on Business Foundations for Architecture, unpacking and explaining the complexities of business management.

Part 1 covered the first five foundations: purpose and direction, leadership, team, systems, and project and resource management. Part 2 will tackle the final five foundations: the all-important financial control and profitability; managing risk; marketing, communications and brand; design, innovation and delivery; and succession.

If you missed Part 1 and would like to view it before attending Part 2, you can book recording access here to view the recording and receive webinar materials. If accessing Part 1 on demand and completing CPD questions provided, you will also qualify for 1 formal CPD point.

Our Speaker – Robert Peake

Robert Peake is Director of Management for Design. He develops and implements financial and business management strategies, drawing on an extensive background in management consulting across a variety of industries, including banking and finance, manufacturing, entertainment, retail and design.

Rob has specialist expertise in strategic direction, financial management production and operations, performance management and industrial law.

When 

Wednesday, 1 May 2019

12.30pm registration for 1–2pm AEST 

WA 10.30am registration for 11am–12pm
NT, SA 12pm for 12.30–1.30pm
Qld, NSW, ACT, Vic, Tas 12.30pm registration for 1–2pm  

Cost

Members: $25 
Non-members: $35

CPD

CPD questions for this webinar will be distributed through host venues and also directly to attendees participating remotely. Questions will also be accessible for download during the webinar.

This event will deliver one hour of formal CPD. Please keep your receipt and ticket (which includes names for multiple attendees) and completed questions for your records. If you specifically require a certificate of attendance, please email webinars@aca.org.au.

Bookings

Book online.

For further information, contact Katherine Ygosse at webinars@aca.org.au or 0413 520 548.

Venues

The ACA National Webinars are hosted by ACA members across Australia. Members located close to a host office can choose to meet with others for the event, combining professional development with an opportunity to chat with fellow members and actively participate in the national discussion. Rob will be presenting the webinar from his Management for Design offices in Melbourne.

Remote log-in is available for those who can't make it to a host office or require the added convenience of participating in the webinar from their chosen location. Log in details for the webinar will be distributed to remote access ticket holders in the week prior to the event.

Recording access – If you know you can't make it to the live webinar, but would still like to attend, you can book to receive access to the recording and materials after the webinar.

Venues are listed below.

Victoria

Management for Design
Level 4, 18 Oliver Lane
Melbourne
Ph 03 9645 8834 

New South Wales

Fulton Trotter Architects
Level 3, 35 Spring Street
Bondi Junction 
Ph 02 9369 5941

dwp
Suite 2, 19 Harris Street
Pyrmont 
Ph 02 8569 5000

MSK Architects
Unit 13, 829 Old Northern Road
Dural 
Ph 02 9651 6500

Queensland

Fulton Trotter Architects
18 Portman Lane, 
Spring Hill              
Ph 07 3291 1511

Western Australia

COX
360 Murray Street
Perth
Ph 08 9433 6000

Meyer Shircore and Associates
Suite 2, Ground Floor
437 Roberts Road
Subiaco
Ph 08 9381 8511

Members in the NT and Tasmania can log in online.

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