The Arc Agency's Formal

CPD DAY

Earn 6 Formal CPD Points in 6 hours
Completely free and online!!

Thursday 20th October 2022

EASY: Click the link to join from anywhere
INFORMATIVE: All presentations meet the National Standard of Competency​
FREE: Each session is completely free to attend

Session Details

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Thursday 20th October 2022

Presentations run from 9:00am – 4:15pm AEDT

Date

COB Wednesday 19th October 2022

Access

You must register for each session you wish to attend to gain access on the day.
Following registration, you’ll receive a link to access each presentation you have RSVP’d for.

What's on...

9:00am – 10:00am AEDT

 

PRESENTED BY
Don Rabanal  
TechIES, MIEAust

Business Development Manager & Team Lead

About Space

TOPIC
Lighting Is Within Our DNA

OVERVIEW
DNA connects us in body, as light connects us in life. You can’t help but feel drawn to light when around it.  
It helps guide our lives in spaces regardless of scale.
Makes sense then how many people are connecting into one CPD course!
Develop a deeper understanding of the guiding principles behind this, their impact on lives and how to harness them in your design language. 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

      1. Understand the principles of human-centric lighting.
      2. Understand the positive and negative impact of lighting on our lives.
      3. Learn how to correctly use and control lighting in an environment.
      4. Formal outcomes: Design – Project Initiation and Conceptual Design PC18, PC25, PC28, PC33, Detailed Design and Construction Documentation PC39.

This course is worth 1 Formal CPD point

10:15am – 11:15am AEDT

 

PRESENTED BY
Ryan Masterson
B.Arch.
Architectural Consultant

Modinex

TOPIC

Designing with Timber – Getting the most from your species for sustainable and beautiful design.

OVERVIEW

Ryan Masterson dives into the world of specifying timber, including the range of timbers available, fire compliance, coating options, and sourcing sustainable and certified timber for your project. He discusses the growing & manufacturing process for different timbers as well as the installation options available for numerous profiles.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

      1. Understand the different timber options on the market at the moment, and where to specify each timber.
      2. Understand how to specify timber in projects where fire compliance is required.
      3. Identify the range of coating options and finishes available.
      4. How to specify and source PEFC, sustainable timber and the benefits of PEFC Certification.
      5. The implications of various timber manufacturing techniques.
      6. Formal outcomes: Design – Project Initiation and Conceptual Design PC10, PC35, Detailed Design and Construction Documentation PC39, PC45.  

This course is worth 1 Formal CPD point

11:30am – 12:30pm AEDT

 

PRESENTED BY
Steve Layfield 
Sales Manager

Durra Panel

TOPIC

How To Identify Truly Sustainable Building Materials.

OVERVIEW

As the world moves towards net zero the industry has become inundated with products that claim to be “green” options. But which hold up under scrutiny, and which are simple “greenwashing”?
This CPD presentation will look at this idea of Greenwashing, how to compare seemingly “green” alternatives and how to approach your project specification with an “end-in-mind” methodology.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

      1. What does greenwashing mean?
      2. How to compare “green” products.
      3. Start with the end in mind methodology. 
      4. Formal outcomes: Design – Project Initiation and Conceptual Design, Detailed Design and Construction Documentation.

This course is worth 1 Formal CPD point

12:45pm – 1:45pm AEDT

 

PRESENTED BY
Adam Reakes
Senior Architectural Advisor 

 

TECHNICAL SPECIALIST
Adam Best

Senior Product Development Engineer

Real Flame

TOPIC

Gas Fireplaces – A Sensible Choice for Design, Efficiency and Environment?

OVERVIEW

Heating and cooling is the highest energy user in the average Australian home, accounting for 40% of the energy consumed.
Adam Reakes delves into gas heaters and whether they can be a sensible choice in terms of design, efficiency and environmental impact.
If you’ve ever wondered “How do I know what I think I know?” – this is the CPD for you.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

      1. Correctly identify and specify the most appropriate fire product for the project. 
      2. Understand gas(es) as a fuel source & the different environmental impacts of fuel types. 
      3. Specifying for high-efficiency heating. 
      4. Identify and adhere to the correct regulations. 
      5. Formal outcomes: Design – Project Initiation and Conceptual Design PC12, PC33, PC35, Detailed Design and Construction Documentation PC45. 

This course is worth 1 Formal CPD point

2:00pm – 3:00pm AEDT

 


PRESENTED BY

Garth Weston  

Technical Manager

Selection Steel | Unicote

TOPIC
A Corrosion Masterclass in Coated Products and Applications.

OVERVIEW
A lesson in corrosion mechanisms, galvanic protection and their implications for product performance and design.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

      1. Gain a basic understanding of corrosion theory.
      2. Understand how Galvanic protection works.
      3. Gain an appreciation of the history of galvanising.
      4. Understand the various alloy types and how these work to minimise corrosion.
      5. Future coated product technologies.
      6. Identify the various corrosivity classifications in Australia.
      7. Formal outcomes: Design – Project Initiation and Conceptual Design PC25, PC28, Detailed Design and Construction Documentation PC39.

This course is worth 1 Formal CPD point

3:15pm – 4:15pm AEDT

 

PRESENTED BY
Mark Zangari

Specification & Sales Manager


TECHNICAL SPECIALIST

Cedric Pinto
Senior Specification & Sales Manager


Teline Saleh

Specification & Sales Manager


Paresh Dave

Specification & Sales Manager

Equitone

TOPIC
Ventilated Facades and Fibre Cement Materials.

OVERVIEW
An engaging and informative CPD seminar covering the history and evolution of Fibre Cement materials. Developing a deeper understanding to recognise the characteristics and design capabilities of Fibre Cement facades. 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

      1. Explain the history and evolution of Fibre Cement as a facade.
      2. Recognise the characteristics of a through-coloured Fibre Cement material.
      3. Identify the features of Ventilated Facades.
      4. Recognise the design possibilities of Fibre Cement facades today. 
      5. Formal outcomes: Design – Project Initiation and Conceptual Design PC25, PC28. Detailed Design and Construction Documentation PC39. 

This course is worth 1 Formal CPD point

For further enquires contact

Brooke Andrews

brooke@thearcagency.com.au