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CPD Programmes 

The Rooflight Company is pleased to offer two RIBA approved CPD seminars designed specifically for architects and specifiers. 

1. Bespoke Rooflights - A Specifier's Guide

Who should attend?

  • Architects 
  • Architectural technicians
  • Conservation & Planning Officers 
  • Those responsible for specifying rooflighting products
  • Those concerned with the external and internal aesthetics of buildings
  • Those who believe architectural design and interventions should be in context

Aims

  • Experience the ways in which bespoke rooflight designs complements an overall building design
  • Understand how bespoke rooflights can be applied in different situations to solve design and technical challenges
  • Improve the knowledge of the variety of bespoke rooflight solutions available to specifiers'

Learning outcomes

  • Understand the variety of bespoke design solutions available
  • Identify situations in which bespoke rooflight design is an appropriate solution for your project.  

The CPD lasts for one hour in duration including time for Q&A and debate. The seminar can be presented at your offices at a time in day to suit your schedules. Minimum delegate numbers may apply so please call us for details. Delegate packs and RIBA approved attendance certificates are provided to all attendees. 

Should you be unable to organise enough attendees for a seminar, we regularly attend the RIBA Roadshows across the UK. More information about the roadshows can be found on the RIBA website

Click here to download the 'Bespoke Rooflights - A Specifier's Guide' leaflet

2. Light From Above

Who should attend?

  • Architects
  • Architectural technicians
  • Conservation & Planning Officers
  • Those responsible for specifying rooflighting products

Aims

  • To provide a greater understanding of the history and development of top lighting in architecture and the role it has played in the past.
  • To provide inspiration and an insight into the quality and aesthetics of top lighting and the impact it has on the building.
  • To demonstrate through case studies how the original principles of top-lighting have been applied to projects including refurbishment, linking old with new and contemporary architecture.
  •  To demonstrate the positive impact of natural light (and top lighting in particular) on a building in terms of well being to the people who live there.

Learning outcomes

  • Delegates will have a greater understanding of the history and development of top lighting in architecture and the role it has played in the past.
  • Delegates will come away with ideas on how to apply top lighting in new or refurbished buildings resulting in a positive impact on the building.
  • Delegates will be appraised of data on the positive aspects of natural on the people who live in our buildings.

Click here to download the 'Light From Above' leaflet