RSAW Future Practice CPD 2018
The Wales Future Practice CPD sessions are tailored to reflect the Welsh legislative and cultural context to help practices of all sizes working in Wales to develop and thrive.
During 2018, the programme will deliver the ten RIBA core curriculum subjects in Cardiff, as well as a smaller selection of subjects in other locations across Wales.
Coming up this Autumn is the new Accessibility Coach, which builds on the popular Conservation Coach model by offering delegates a tour around 3 sites over the course of a day; exploring innovative approaches to universal design in different contexts. Also coming up in November is the 25th RSAW Annual Conference, which this year explores 'The value of the Architect', and offers a full day of RIBA Deep Knowledge CPD.
This programme is the RSAW’s alternative to the RIBA CPD Club in England, a model which doesn’t suit the scale and geography of Wales. By planning our programme in smaller ‘seasons’ we can respond directly to Welsh government legislation and adapt to opportunities for partnership working as they arise during the year.
The Wales Future Practice programme is split into a Spring and Autumn season; and the full Autumn season is now available to view and download as a PDF. Events still to come in this year's programme include:
- The 2018 Accessibility Coach*
- Architects and nature
- A Contracts Update
- Fire Risks and timber-framed construction
- Development Management Forum - a joint event with Welsh Government, Design Commission for Wales and RTPI Cymru.
- The 25th RSAW Annual Conference: The Value of the Architect*
Please note, sessions marked with an * are full-day events which cover multiple core curriculum topics.
How to book?
A full list of CPD sessions which are currently available to book can be found by downloading the above Spring series flyer, or by browsing all CPD events in Wales. You can book by completing and returning the booking sheet found on the rear of the flyer to firstname.lastname@example.org; alternatively you can contact the Cardiff office directly on 02920 228 987.