Housing & Energy Efficiency – NCC CPD Course
The Australian Building Codes Board is offering an NCC CPD course to help build understanding of housing energy efficiency requirements. A special discounted offer is available for a limited time.
The booming housing market is an opportunity for practitioners to give more consideration to the important role energy efficiency plays in designing future homes. Practitioners have choice in which compliance pathway they follow to meet housing energy efficiency requirements in the National Construction Code (NCC).
The Australian Building Codes Board’s new NCC CPD course on housing energy efficiency will enhance the understanding of those designing and delivering Class 1 residential buildings and some Class 10a buildings by deepening understanding of relevant provisions of Volume Two of the NCC.
The two-hour online course gives an introductory overview of the key concepts that are covered by the Volume Two energy efficiency provisions, including the options for compliance, concessions and the pathways involved.
Course participants will become familiar with Deemed-to-Satisfy methods for energy efficiency compliance. The course will also provide insight into when and how a Performance Solution may be used and explain the reference building Verification Method.
The content for this online CPD course is developed by the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) in consultation with industry, government and subject matter experts. The subject areas explore topics, industry issues, and challenges found in the Building Confidence Report. Experts from relevant disciplines have contributed to developing the course content and supporting materials, to ensure NCC CPD courses are practical and relevant to your everyday work. The courses support and supplement other CPD courses provided by industry, government, and existing accreditation schemes.
$88 for a limited time only – a saving of 20% on the regular course price of $110.
2 formal CPD points
See the booking page for information on learning outcomes and competencies.
For more information and to make a booking, visit the relevant ABCB booking page.