CPD Seminar

CPD Seminars

Run by one of our experienced surveyors, we are proud to offer a number of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) seminars for our clients, which can be presented at a convenient time in the comfort of your own offices. Our CPD seminars are currently FREE and can offer a great insight into new developments in the industry.

We can arrange seminars that fitted to your needs if it is with a small group or a large groups we would tailor the presentation to fit your needs. We provide expert advice in fungal decay and structural waterproofing for professionals in a variety of industries from Housing and Landlord associations to engineers and Architects.

CPD via Zoom / Microsoft Teams

To keep everybody safe during these testing times you can now arrange to have one of our CPD seminars carried out via Zoom or Microsoft Teams. These interactive CPD sessions are a safe way for you to keep up to date and learn more about the fascinating world of property care.

Topics Covered in Our CPD Seminars:

Our CPD seminars are constantly being updated in line with the new regulations and we are always looking for new ways of updating our material. The 1-hour CPD seminars we are currently running for property care and preservation are the following topics:

Basement Waterproofing and BS8102 Regulations

Our basement waterproofing seminars focus on the three methods of waterproofing systems (types a, types b, types c) and how a specialist assesses the construction type and location of the building to identify which type of system to use.

We will explore the recent changes to BS8102 and the three grades of protection in below-ground spaces.

Causes, Diagnosis and Rectification of Dampness in Buildings

Having dampness in buildings is a problem that you will come face to face with. In this popular CPD seminar, we assess how to identify the causes of damp and the different types that can affect your property. The three types of damp are penetrating damp, condensation and rising damp. Diagnosing the damp issue is relatively easy, however, diagnosing the causes of damp can be much more complicated to work out.

The common symptoms of dampness are: peeling paper, black mould, moisture forming on the windows and walls and crumbling plaster. We will finally explain that various types of damp have their own symptoms and their own methods of damp proofing. Before any treatment can be carried out, the diagnosis needs to be correct so that the problem is not made worse.

Woodworm Infestation and Fungal Decay in Buildings

The first part of the seminar will focus on the different types of wood-boring insects that are affecting properties across the UK. We will look into the different types of woodworm beetles, the lifecycle of woodworm, the importance of carrying out the identification. We also describe the best treatments and solutions to getting rid of the woodworm problem.

The part of the seminar will be focusing on the wood rotting fungi wet rot and dry rot. We will explain the lifecycle and the latest methods of treatment for wood rot. We also focus on resin and structural repairs for affected timber.

Our CPD sessions provide an ideal opportunity to meet and talk through any property related issues you may have.

To arrange a seminar simply complete the CPD request form on this page.

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