Ventilation manufacturer Vent-Axia has launched a certified CPD ‘Domestic Legislation for Ventilation’ on the revised Building Regulations.
Certified by The CPD Certification Service, the CPD is aimed at housebuilders, M&E contractors, consultants and architects, and will inform delegates of the recent changes to the legislation, focusing on Approved Document F (for Ventilation) and Approved Document L (for Conversation of Fuel and Power) and will explain how they will affect ventilation in New Build homes.
The CPD runs through the revisions to the Part L and Part F of the Building Regulations, with a particular detailed examination of Part F. Other topics the CPD covers includes: an explanation of the ventilation solutions available for new build homes; understanding alternate means of ventilation; design considerations (such as noise and ingress of pollutants); as well as installation and commissioning best practice.
“The revised Building Regulations recognise the important role ventilation plays in providing good indoor air quality in our homes. However, the cut in carbon emissions in Part L is challenging for housebuilders making it vital to increase ventilation in ever more airtight homes”, said Joe Tse, Product Manager at Vent-Axia. “We’ve launched this certified CPD ‘Domestic Legislation for Ventilation’ to help housebuilders and those working in the new build residential sector to comply with the new Regulations. The CPD explains the changes, how to meet them and how ventilation is affected.”
Potential delegates can find out more about the CPD at https://www.vent-axia.com/cpd/domestic-legislation-for-ventilation