RIBA CPD in your area

RIBA CPD in your area

The RIBA's regional network, as well as the RSUA, RSAW and RIAS, provide a regular programme of detailed level CPD on specific topics within the RIBA CPD Core Curriculum. 

RIBA CPD 2014 programme


CPD 2014 Logo


The RIBA has developed a national programme of Continuing Professional Development (CPD). There are ten different seminars covering subjects in all ten RIBA core curriculum areas. They are repeated in 14 different venues across England. All are welcome and you can attend any of the seminars throughout the year at any of the venues and pay as you book. 

The seminars are cheaper to purchase with a CPD Club Ticket, which entitles you to attend all ten seminars throughout the year and can bring the cost down to as little as £37 per event.

We hope this flexible approach will give you more opportunity to build your professional competence, as well as helping you to meet you annual CPD requirements.


To purchase a Core CPD Programme Club Ticket (the whole series of 10 seminars in 2014), please fill out the booking form and send back to cpdclub@riba.org

Book individual seminars online or download your selected flyer(s) from your regional CPD pages by clicking the relevant link below and send back your completed forms to cpdclub@riba.org

You will need to register for online booking if you have not used online booking before.

On receipt of your booking, your local RIBA office will get in touch with you to confirm.


Regional CPD Seminars


East Midlands


North East

North West

South/South East

South West


West Midlands




Schindler proudly sponsors the RIBA CPD 2014 Core Programme


2014 Core Curriculum topics covered


Changes and challenges for building regulations | Compliance, Climate, Designing and building it

Leading the team with the RIBA plan of work 2013 |
External management, Internal management, Procurement and contracts

Accessible housing: what makes good practice? | Access for all, where people live, Compliance

Asbestos and other nasty surprises | Health and safety, Compliance

Managing client expectations: the architect's liability and the management of risk | External management, Compliance, Procurement and contracts

Clear communication: how to get your message across | Internal management, External management

CDM Regulations: tools and expert advice for architects and designers | Health and safety, Designing and building it, External management

Sustainable design + low carbon technologies = what do architects need to know? | Climate, Designing and building it

Integrating building services in historic buildings: developing harmony or creating contradiction
 | Context: historic environment, Designing and building it,

Design intent to reality: closing the building performance gap | Climate, Designing and building it, External management






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