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Mid Career College CPD training courses September 2009 – July 2010


Contents Fire Safety

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Electrical Services

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Mechanical Services

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Building Regulations and Energy Efficiency

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Lighting

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Public Health and Water

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Facilities Management

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Business Skills and Management

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In-House Courses

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Business

Mid Career College CPD trainingServices courses Mechanical September 2009 – July 2010

Mid Career College, CIBSE’s training arm, provides a wide variety of CPD training courses on technical topics for building services engineers, fire safety managers, health & safety managers and facility/maintenance managers. The College has been the major provider of building services education and training in the UK for over 20 years. The courses are continually updated to offer training solutions on most subjects. We are also able to run these courses as in-house events which can often be tailored to match specific requirements. The training courses are listed by category as shown on the contents page opposite. These are mostly 1 day courses, but we also run a number of 2 and 3 day in-depth courses on core engineering topics. For flexible searching options please visit www.cibsetraining.co.uk


FIRE SAFETY Overview of current fire legislation and guidance Wed 23 Sep 2009 London A402 This course examines and interprets the current Fire Legislation in the UK and its impact on employers and those in charge of premises. We will cover the implications of building regulations on fire precautions and look at the pre-requisites for a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment. The course is designed for those in charge of workplaces or employers who are not familiar with the current fire legislation as well as those who require a refresher course. Trainer - Colin Todd / Malcolm Hoare Examination of the new BS 9999 on fire safety in buildings Wed 23 Sep 2009 Birmingham B125 Tue 10 Nov 2009 London A424 Tue 16 Feb 2010 Birmingham B133 Tue 11 May 2010 London A490 This highly practical course will examine the new BS 9999 which will replace and develop the existing BS 5588 series. This standard introduces some new concepts, provides greater flexibility than current guidance and uses Fire Engineering

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principles to provide scope under specified conditions for extended travel distances.

Fire safety engineering design: Principles & practice – 3 day course

Trainer - David Smith

Tue 27 – Thu 29 Oct 2009 London A416

Managing human behaviour in fires and emergencies Tue 6 Oct 2009 London A406 Tue 18 May 2010 London A494 The course discusses ways in which human behaviour in fires & emergencies is most effectively addressed as well as design and management of a variety of occupancies and settings. Trainer - Andrew Dixon Control of door release arrangements: New BS 7273-4 – half day course Tue 27 Oct 2009 London A414 BS 7273-4 contains recommendations that apply to the majority of premises. The code makes recommendations for the interface between fire alarm systems and door hold-open devices, electronic locking of fire escape doors and powered sliding exit doors. This course examines the code of practice in full detail. Trainer - Colin Todd

Tue 9 – Thu 11 Feb 2010 London A459 Mon 21 – Wed 23 Jun 2010 London A508 This course will introduce delegates to the methods of quantifying fire growth and smoke movement in buildings. It will demonstrate the development of fire engineering strategies for complex buildings. The course also provides an in depth understanding of the requirements of Part B of the Building Regulations as it focuses on how fire engineering can be used to meet the recommendations given in Approved Document B. It is designed for all those involved in the design and construction of buildings who have an interest in fire safety. Trainers - Peter E Jackman, Howard P Morgan/Stewart Miles, Paul Harris, Hans van de Weijgert Detailed technical design of fire alarm systems – 3 day course Tue 1 – Thu 3 Dec 2009 London A434 Tue 1 – Thu 3 Jun 2010 London A499 The course includes an interpretation of BS 5839 Part 1 - Fire Detection & Alarm Systems; and calculations for

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practical design to satisfy the code. This is an in depth course for consultants & system designers covering a wide range of issues from the regulatory framework to the practical design of a fire alarm system. This course works methodically through the design process considering equipment options & positioning, fire zones, alarm requirements & limitations, necessary calculations, commissioning, hand over, user responsibilities & maintenance. Trainer - Trevor Boxer Fire resistance of walls, floors, services & other openings Thu 3 Dec 2009 London A437 This course focuses on ways of preventing fire spread via non load-bearing building elements, e.g. ductwork, partitions, glazing, service penetrations and doors. It covers regulations, good practice and fire engineering variations. Trainer - Peter E Jackman Part B (Fire Safety) of the Building Regulations Thu 14 Jan 2010 London A441 The course provides an understanding of the requirements of Part B (B1-B5) of the England and Wales Building Regulations and the methods that can

be employed to demonstrate compliance. While this will largely involve reference to Approved Document B, the use of alternative methods will be discussed. Recent changes to the Regulation & Approved Document will be highlighted. Trainer - Paul Harris Fire sprinkler systems: Design to BS EN 12845 Thu 21 Jan 2010 London A446 Wed 16 Jun 2010 London A506 This course discusses sprinkler system issues like components, hazard classification, design requirements, water supplies, piping layout & sizing etc. It covers the sprinkler rules incorporating BS EN 12845. Trainer - Ray Hammond Emergency lighting to comply with fire safety requirements Wed 17 Feb 2010 London A461 The course covers the use of current standards to demonstrate compliance with fire safety legislation. It describes design techniques, installation procedures and testing requirements. Details are given of the guidance now provided in BS 526610 to assist engineers to produce appropriate systems that demonstrate compliance with the Fire Safety Order.

Smoke control: Matching the method to the building Tue 23 Feb 2010 London A463 The right smoke control method in one location may be wrong elsewhere. Factors include the design objective and occupants’ needs. Examples include offices, basements, hospitals, schools, and large buildings. Trainer - Dr Howard Morgan Fire detection and alarm systems for buildings BS 5839 Part 1: 2002 Thu 25 Feb 2010 London A465 Thu 17 Jun 2010 London A507 BS 5839 Part 1, applicable from July ‘03 is extensively changed with the many new sections and requirements explained in this seminar. Trainer - Colin Todd/ Malcolm Hoare Fire doors, fire doors and more about fire doors Tue 9 Mar 2010 London A471 This training course discusses regulatory requirements for doors for fire & smoke control. It covers door technology configurations, modes, seals, glazing and hardware. It also looks at fire doors in risk assessments. Trainer - Peter E Jackman / David Ive

Trainer - Chris Watts

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ELECTRICAL SERVICES Electrical services explained – 3 day course

Thu 3 Jun 2010 Leeds B141

Building electrics basics 1: Choosing electricity supplies

Tue 6 – Thu 8 Oct 2009 London A405

Fri 2 Jul 2010 London A515

Tue 17 Nov 2009 London A428

Wed 25 – Fri 27 Nov 2009 Loughborough B128

This course offers a “guided tour” of BS 7671:2008 and provides information on the background, the history and some of the theoretical concepts behind the standard. Starting with a synopsis of the history of the regulations, the delegate will learn some of the underlying principles of electrical installation theory and why the need for prescriptive regulations is necessary. The course deals with each part of the regulations section by section, describing key points of interest, importance or debate.

The course covers load assessment, diversity, 11kV & 425V three phase supplies, single phase subcircuits, power factor and power factor correction.

Trainer – Adam Rawlinson / John Woodward

Wed 18 Nov 2009 London A429

Introduction to building services

The course covers internal distribution at high and low voltage, transformers, sub-stations, switchgear, protection, cable choice & specification and earthing.

Wed 9 – Fri 11 Dec 2009 Birmingham B131 Wed 3 – Fri 5 Feb 2010 Leeds B132 Wed 28 – Fri 30 Apr 2010 Birmingham B150 Wed 19 – Fri 21 May 2010 Newcastle B139 Tue 29 Jun – Thu 1 Jul 2010 London A513 Wed 7 – Fri 9 Jul 2010 Manchester B146 This three day course will give a grounding in electrical services and equipment and a better appreciation of many of the issues associated with design, installation and maintenance of electrical systems. Delegates will develop their own engineering judgments and confidence when dealing with electrical issues. Trainer – John Woodward Introduction to BS 7671: 2008 “Requirements for Electrical Installations” (IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition) Tue 3 Nov 2009 London A419 Tue 16 Mar 2010 Birmingham B134

Wed 4 Nov 2009 London A421 Wed 21 Apr 2010 London A483 This course provides an overview of building services; what they are, why they are needed & how they work. It is particularly beneficial to those responsible for management & operation of building services but lacking formal engineering training. Trainer - Peter Chapman

Complete in itself, this is the first of 4 courses giving an introduction to electrical installations in buildings for people in other areas of construction. Trainer - Adam Rawlinson Building electrics basics 2: Distribution systems & equipment

Complete in itself, this is the second of 4 courses giving an introduction to electrical installations in buildings for people in other areas of construction. Trainer - Adam Rawlinson Power system harmonics: Causes, effects, reduction Tue 24 Nov 2009 London A431 Modern complex electrical loads like electronic motor

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control, rectifier plants, IT equipment etc, produce considerable harmonics with probable consequential system damage. This course details the causes, effects and mitigation.

buildings and is designed for a non-technical audience.

precautions and segregation from IT & telecoms.

Trainer - John Woodward

Trainer - Gary Marshall

Wed 3 Mar 2010 London A468

Complete in itself, this is the third of 4 courses on electrical installations in buildings for people in other areas of construction.

Introduction to 11kV distribution and protection

Compliance with Electricity at Work Regulations is mandatory in the UK. This course explains the requirements of the regulations & suggests ways to ensure compliance.

Tue 19 Jan 2010 London A442 Overview of design & application of 11kV electrical systems including switchgear, transformers, distribution systems, protection & discrimination, legislation and health & safety issues. Trainer - Adam Rawlinson Earthing and bonding systems Thu 4 Feb 2010 London A455 Vital for the safety and correct function of all information technology equipment - a practical explanation of earthing and bonding systems illustrated with examples.

Electricity at Work Regulations explained

Trainer - John Woodward Inspection & testing of electrical installations & portable equipment Thu 4 Mar 2010 London A470 This course covers the tests critical to the safety of any electrical installation required by 16th Ed (BS 7671) & the inspection of portable equipment to meet the Electricity at Work Regulations.

Trainer - Adam Rawlinson Building electrics basics 4: Final outlets & component selection Wed 12 May 2010 London A491 This course covers the design of 240V circuits, lighting, socket outlets, small power, circuit protection, meeting standards and an introduction to metering and tariffs. Complete in itself, this is the fourth of 4 courses giving an introduction to electrical installations in buildings for people in other areas of construction. Trainer - Adam Rawlinson Electrical distribution design

Trainer - John Woodward

Wed 9 Jun 2010 London A504

Trainer - Gary Marshall

Building electrics basics 3: Physical distribution within building constraints

Introduction to electrical services in buildings

Tue 11 May 2010 London A489

Tue 2 Mar 2010 London A466

This course covers bus bar systems, vertical risers, trunking & track systems, main and standby circuits, essential loads, fire

Includes design techniques & simple to use spreadsheets for system design encompassing UPS, LV switchgear, transformer / generator change-over control, air circuit breakers, watchdog circuitry and new technology.

This course covers the principles & practice of electrical provision in

Trainer - Gary Marshall

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MECHANICAL SERVICES Introduction to building services

Mechanical services explained – 3 day course

Design of heating and chilled water pipe systems

Wed 4 Nov 2009 London A421

Wed 14 – Fri 16 Oct 2009 Manchester B151

Thu 1 Oct 2009 London A403

Wed 21 Apr 2010 London A483

Wed 11 – Fri 13 Nov 2009 Birmingham B127

Thu 29 Apr 2010 London A485

This course provides an overview of building services; what they are, why they are needed & how they work. It is particularly beneficial to those responsible for management & operation of building services but lacking formal engineering training.

Wed 25 – Fri 27 Nov 2009 Leeds B152

To ensure pipes and pumps function at their optimum performance it is essential that you make the correct choices when designing and sizing your system. This event will give you the information you need to be confident that your designs optimise system efficiency, can be commissioned effectively and operated without expert help.

Trainer - Peter Chapman

Wed 3 – Fri 5 Feb 2010 London A454 Wed 17 – Fri 19 Mar 2010 Birmingham B153 Tue 27 – Thu 29 Apr 2010 Loughborough B154 Wed 19 – Fri 21 May 2010 Bristol B140 Tue 6 – Thu 8 Jul 2010 London A516 The course will introduce many building engineering systems from water supply, plumbing and drainage, through heating and ventilation systems to more complex systems for air conditioning. At all times the course will emphasize the relative merits of different systems and explain the context of current regulatory and professional practice related both to design and maintenance. Trainer – Steve Nicholson

Trainer - Chris Parsloe Design of ductwork systems Fri 2 Oct 2009 London A404 Fri 30 Apr 2010 London A486 The course will deal with all aspects of design and installation of ductwork systems. The day is aimed predominantly at building services design engineers. The day will cover design issues such as classification of ductwork systems, system layouts, spatial requirements, aesthetics and sizing. Trainer - Chris Parsloe

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How to specify a ground source energy system Wed 7 Oct 2009 London A407 Thu 6 May 2010 London A487 This seminar will provide an understanding of the factors to consider prior to specification of a ground source energy system. The seminar will look at the types of ground loop available and when they should be considered. It will allow the designer to target the GSES most applicable to meet their project. The seminar will also provide guidance on how best to integrate GSES within heating and cooling design. Trainer - Lee Marshall Air conditioning basics 1: Comfort, climate & heat gains Tue 20 Oct 2009 London A409

Air conditioning basics 2: The air conditioning process Wed 21 Oct 2009 London A411 Wed 14 Apr 2010 London A480 Includes the case for air conditioning; comfort criteria; room & outside design conditions; heat gains - principles & calculation methods. This course gives a simplified introduction to psychrometry, using diagrams, illustrates the way in which the processes of cooling, dehumidification, humidification etc occur, in relation to the items of plant that effect them. This is the second of 4 self contained courses which together form an introduction to air conditioning for people with a technical background but no specialised knowledge.

Cooling systems Thursday 12 Nov 2009 London A425 This seminar will cover the information necessary to design and operate appropriate cooling systems in buildings giving you a comprehensive understanding of what to cover before you design, the type of system to choose and how to control your system. You will gain a thorough grounding in energy efficient design, selection and operation of refrigeration systems in line with UK legislation and European directives. The course will also link all the elements together to give you an understanding of how a complete system works and why it might not. Trainer - Terry Welch

Trainer - Steve Nicholson

Tue 13 Apr 2010 London A479 This training course deals with establishing the design brief and determining the design heat gains. This is the first of 4 self contained courses which together form an introduction to air conditioning for people with a technical background but no specialised knowledge. Trainer - Steve Nicholson For more detailed course information visit www.cibsetraining.co.uk/mcc

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MECHANICAL SERVICES Introduction to combined heat and power (CHP) Thu 19 Nov 2009 London A430 Wed 12 May 2010 London A492 Covering all aspects of CHP including mini CHP, selection processes & options, specifications, engineering recommendation G59, quality assurance for CHP (CHPQA), the climate change levy (CCL) & other regulatory issues. Aimed at engineers who wish to gain an insight into CHP.

Air conditioning basics 4: Automatic controls & refrigeration Thu 10 Dec 2009 London A439 Wed 3 Jun 2010 London A503 Includes simplified control systems; principles of refrigeration; refrigeration plant; chilled water. This is the fourth of 4 self contained courses providing an introduction to Air Conditioning for technical people with no specialised knowledge.

Trainer - Michael Jones

Trainer - Steve Nicholson

Air conditioning basics 3: Air conditioning plant

Fans in the 21st Century, Parts L, F and all that

Wed 9 Dec 2009 London A401

Thu 10 Dec 2009 London A440

Wed 2 Jun 2010 London A501 Includes ducts; performance & selection of fans; filters; cooler coils; heater batteries; air handling units. This is the third of 4 self contained courses which together form an introduction to Air Conditioning for technical people with no specialised knowledge. Trainer - Steve Nicholson

Topics include effects of the new Parts L & F, the need for higher efficiencies & accurate system resistance, the importance of life cycle costs & noise, fan types, fan laws and variable flow. The course also deals with the ATEX Directive. Trainer - Dr Bill Cory

Low energy air conditioning Tue 26 Jan 2010 London A448 The Building Regulations and other pressures urge us to improve the efficiency of building cooling and reduce carbon emissions from buildings. This course reviews some of the principles, techniques and systems which can be used to respond to meet such improvements. Trainer – Steve Nicholson The practical application of heat pumps Wed 27 Jan 2010 London A450 This course aims to provide participants with an understanding of the use of heat pumps in commercial buildings. The course will provide a basic knowledge of the operation of a heat pump system and an awareness of the different systems available. It will be shown how modern heat pump systems have been developed for good reliability and high system efficiency. Particular emphasis will be given to applications of energy recovery and low energy buildings. The course will go on to introduce techniques of plant sizing and selection to ensure optimum operation. Trainer - Steve Nicholson

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Practical controls for HVAC systems Thu 28 Jan 2010 London A452 Concentrating on achieving the deliverable rather than explaining control theory. How do we control different systems? What are we trying to achieve? What equipment is used & how does it work? Suitable for all engineers involved in design and maintenance of HVAC systems. Trainer - Steve Nicholson Practical air distribution system design Fri 5 Feb 2010 London A458 Including ductwork types & characteristics; sizing; velocities; diffuser grille & fan connections; bends, dampers, attenuators; system layout; balancing and noise. Trainer - Tony Burlace

Understanding and application of psychrometric charts Wed 10 Feb 2010 London A460 To properly design, commission or operate air conditioning or ventilation systems, it is essential to appreciate the underlying processes that characterise the changes in the air - the psychrometric processes. This course is aimed at practitioners who need to understand the basis and application of the psychrometric chart for the analysis and design of air-conditioning and ventilation systems.

Lifts: Moving people and traffic design and control Wed 24 Mar 2010 London A476 This seminar will cover interior circulation, traffic planning and performance and the selection of equipment, light traffic control, calculations, advanced planning techniques, and simulation. Trainer - Dr Gina Barney

Trainers - Professor Tim Dwyer and Professor Mike Farrell Lifts: Equipment features and engineering design Tue 23 Mar 2010 London A475 This seminar will cover types of transportation systems, lift and escalator drives and control, lift and escalator energy consumption, environment, operation and management, standards and codes. Trainer - Dr Gina Barney

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Building Regulations and Energy Efficiency Building Regulations Part L2: How to demonstrate compliance Thu 22 Oct 2009 London A412 Tue 24 Nov 2009 Leeds B129 Tue 8 Dec 2009 Birmingham B130 Thu 13 May 2010 London A493 Tue 18 May 2010 Bristol B138

Trainer - David Cheshire The Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC)

Tue 29 Jun 2010 Loughborough B145

Tue 27 Oct 2009 London A415

This course reviews the requirements, practical procedures and assessment techniques to demonstrate compliance for new and existing buildings and their engineering services.

Fri 25 Jun 2010 London A512

Trainer – Steve Nicholson Introduction to sustainability Tue 20 Oct 2009 Birmingham A410 Thu 15 Apr 2010 London A482 Gain a greater understanding of the policy and legislative requirements; give informed advice to clients about sustainability, support the planning application by preparing Energy Strategy reports and contributing to Sustainability Statements and BREEAM assessments.

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The workshops will focus on sustainability issues which building services engineers can directly influence: energy use (and carbon emissions), water use, adapting to climate change, health and wellbeing, pollutants from building services.

The carbon reduction commitment (CRC) is set to have a wide reaching impact on all stakeholders involved in the energy and environmental market, from end users to consultants and other service providers. The course aims to provide a detailed overview of the legislative requirement in addition to covering the practicalities of reporting, giving examples of how wider issues will affect end users and the way service providers operate.

Building Regulations Part G (2009) explained Tue 24 Nov 2009 London A432 Wed 20 Jan 2010 Birmingham B155 Thu 18 Mar 2010 Bristol B135 Thu 22 Apr 2010 London A484 Thu 25 May 2010 Manchester B156 A new edition of the Part G Regulations was introduced in 2009. This course will review the Regulations and the Approved Documents, together with all related Standards. This course is designed to provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the requirements, including worked examples of calculations, practical applications and information about related emerging technologies. The course content is appropriate for those involved in the planning, design, management or inspection of domestic water services. Trainer - Brian Whorlow

Trainer - Richard Hipkiss / Adrian Sweetman

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Electricity at Work Regulations explained Wed 3 Mar 2010 London A468 Compliance with Electricity at Work Regulations is mandatory in the UK. This course explains the requirements of the Regulations & suggests ways to ensure compliance. Trainer - John Woodward Gas Safety Regulations explained & designing for compliance Wed 10 Mar 2010 London A472 The course is for those involved in the design of natural gas services installations in domestic, commercial and industrial properties and those responsible for the administration/supervision of building works which include the installation of gas services and equipment. It is intended to provide basic information on designing gas installations and installing appliances to comply with the current (1995) Regulations, but will not cover specialist aspects of design and installation. Trainer - John Love

Energy surveys Wed 14 Apr 2010 London A481 This course looks at a number of simple approaches to carry out an audit from the simple spreadsheet approach to the more detailed style employed both by the Carbon Trust and the Energy Consultancy Industry. This course will enable the delegate to carry out their own audits or else draw up a specification for others to carry out the task. Trainer - Trevor Floyd Monitoring and targeting Tue 25 May 2010 London A496 This course looks at the basic principles of identifying information sources and using that data to expand the organisation’s understanding of what is happening related to the consumption of utilities and the output of the organisation.

An Introduction to energy efficiency Wed 28 Oct 2009 London A417 Thu 3 Jun 2010 London A502 This course introduces the delegate to the whole subject of energy efficiency and management. It covers the basic principles, the relevant legislation, the standard approaches and the 12 step plan for successful control of utilities. It is designed for those new to the subject and those who feel that there is so much change that they need to find an effective way of getting up to date. Trainer - Trevor Floyd

Most of the subject matter covered involves the use of simple spreadsheets and associated graphing tools to provide an analytical approach and summary output. The prime objective of the course is to provide the delegate with simple, no cost tools to carry out effective day to day energy management with the least effort. Trainer - Trevor Floyd

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Introduction to renewables

Designing & developing biomass heating systems

Renewables: Solar thermal energy

Thu 4 Feb 2010 London A456

Tue 15 Jun 2010 London A505

Thu 15 Oct 2009 London A408

Thu 10 Jun 2010 Birmingham B143

Biomass provides one of the lower cost renewable solutions as well as a practical solution to meeting carbon reduction and renewable targets. The course takes participants through the process of developing a modern wood heating scheme. The workshop will be a ‘hands-on’ format, taking participants through the process of developing a modern wood heating scheme from beginning to end.

Wed 23 Jun 2010 London A511

Low and zero carbon technologies are becoming increasingly common, mainly due to planning policies and client commitments to carbon targets for their buildings. This workshop will introduce the main low carbon and renewable technologies for buildings and will focus on the following technologies: combined heat and power, tri-generation, wind turbines, solar hot water heating, photovoltaics, biomass heating, and ground source heating and cooling. It will provide an overview and early stage feasibility of low / zero carbon technologies rather than detailed design issues.

Trainer - Stewart Boyle

It is a planning requirement that all new buildings achieve ‘the Merton 10%’ and/or at least Sustainable Code Three, using renewable energy technologies. Solar thermal is the default technology used in most residential building developments by most developers and a more and more popular technology used in the public sector buildings (schools, hospitals, prisons etc.). This course gives you the information to select the technology to assist your clients obtain the correct renewable specification in the planning and building process. Trainer - Tony Book

Trainer - Matthew Turner

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Lighting Lighting basics 1: Light, sight & colour Tue 3 Nov 2009 London A420 Thu 13 May 2010 Birmingham B136 This is an introductory course intended for delegates who need an understanding of the physical and psychophysical aspects of lighting. The objective is to enable delegates to understand the relationships between lighting units and quantities sufficiently well to either meet their current needs or to provide a good basis for further study. Complete in itself, this is the first of a series of courses giving a comprehensive introduction to interior & exterior lighting. Trainer - Dr Robert Bean Lighting basics 2: Lamps & luminaires Wed 4 Nov 2009 London A422 Fri 14 May 2010 Birmingham B137 This is an introductory course intended for delegates who need an understanding of the basis of light production and the application of this to produce practical light sources. It also provides

an introduction to the principles of light control applied to luminaires. The objective is to enable delegates to understand the basis of operation of the various light sources in current use and be able to have some appreciation of new developments. This is the second of series of courses giving a comprehensive introduction to interior & exterior lighting. Trainer - Dr Robert Bean

How to specify lighting: Office lighting Wed 20 Jan 2010 London A443 Specifying lighting for offices is bound by a complex set of inter-relationships between ‘art’ and ‘science’. The important outcome of this seminar will be an understanding of how the various ‘threads’ of lighting design fit together. How ‘art’ and ‘science’ are linked and how these links are evaluated and processed.

Roadway lighting explained - 2 day course

Trainer – Barrie Wilde

Tue 8 – Wed 9 Dec 2009 London A438

Using the Society of Light and Lighting Code for Lighting 2009

This course is intended for those who wish to develop their understanding of the principles of lighting for motor traffic and their application to practical road lighting situations. The objective is to enable the delegates to have a basic understanding of the background to lighting layouts and the considerations that are taken into account in specifying lighting levels for road lighting. Trainer - Dr Robert Bean

Thu 21 Jan 2010 London A445 The course will review the latest Code for Lighting and explain the basis of The Code in European Standards. The course examines in detail how to apply the new set of detailed recommendations for the lighting of various areas and the implications of the new glare formula, minimum values for colour rendering and the new concept of task and surround lighting. The whole design process of the code will be covered by a series of worked examples. Trainer - Peter Raynham

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Lighting Basics 3: Interior Lighting applications

How to specify lighting: Retail lighting

Wed 17 Mar 2010 London A474

Wed 2 Jun 2010 London A500

Tue 8 Jun 2010 Birmingham B142

Specifying lighting for shops and the retail sector is bound by a complex set of interrelationships between ‘art’ and ‘science’. The important outcome of this seminar will be an understanding of how the various ‘threads’ of lighting design fit together. How ‘art’ and ‘science’ are linked and how these links, if dealt with sensitively, can contribute to and heighten the ‘shopping experience’.

This is an introductory course for delegates who need to apply the information obtained from Lighting Basics 1 and Lighting Basics 2 to lighting designs. It is also suitable for those with some prior knowledge of the material contained in Lighting Basics 1 and Lighting Basics 2, but who have not attended those courses. The objective is to enable delegates to understand the general principles of lighting design and to have an appreciation of their use in practical situations.

Trainer – Barrie Wilde

This is the third of a series of courses giving a comprehensive introduction to interior & exterior lighting. Trainer - Dr Robert Bean

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Public Health and Water Current HSE Guidance on Control of Legionellosis Thu 29 Oct 2009 London A418 This course gives an excellent overview of L8 (2001) ACOP & the HSE initiative for a Code of Conduct for service providers. It also reviews the latest legal findings. The course is designed for delegates with a basic knowledge of earlier guidance on legionellosis. Trainer - Mike H Iddon Variable flow water system design Mon 9 Nov 2009 London A423 The key points the training discusses are: comparison with constant flow; design margins; load diversities; terminal flow/output relationships; pipe flow loading; pipe layouts; differential pressure regulators; pump control; and pump energy savings

and the advantages/ disadvantages of the various types of system. It is intended to provide an overview and not a guide to design procedures, although certain aspects of design will be covered in order that delegates have an understanding of the relevance of certain considerations to the design process and efficient operation of systems. The seminar is aimed at both system designers and facilities managers who may have no technical knowledge in respect of hot water systems, and is aimed at giving delegates an understanding of the factors relating to the efficient provision of domestic hot water in both residential and commercial situations. Trainer - John Love Building drainage explained Tue 26 Jan 2010 London A447 An introduction to below ground building drainage systems, explaining practical applications. Designed primarily for professionals with limited experience of this subject.

to solve realistic design scenarios will be included. Trainer - Brian Whorlow Legionnaires disease prevention: Implementing the guidelines Thu 18 Feb 2010 London A462 By law all buildings must be assessed for risk of Legionellosis & management plans to minimise risk declared. This seminar clarifies the guidelines & their engineering implementation. Trainer - John Lindeman Rainwater harvesting in the sustainable environment Wed 24 Feb 2010 London A464 The fast increasing need for water conservation brings a demand for rainwater harvesting. This course deals with practical application in domestic, industrial & commercial buildings. Trainer - Lutz Johnen

Trainer - Brian Whorlow

Unvented & other types of efficient hot water system

Auditing for Legionella control

Sanitary and rainwater design using BS EN 12056:2000

Thu 25 Mar 2010 London A477

Thu 26 Nov 2009 London A433

Tue 2 Feb 2010 London A453

Trainer - Tom Burlace

The seminar will explain the basic concepts behind the design and operation of systems; the main components

Application of BS EN 12056 for the design of above ground gravity drainage systems, including reference to Approved Document H. Example calculations

An appraisal technique is offered using numerical ratings for auditing legionella control within building water systems to satisfy current guidance & standards with a demonstration workshop Trainer - Mike Iddon

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Facilities Management Introduction to facilities management

An introduction to energy efficiency

Wed 27 Jan 2010 London A449

Wed 28 Oct 2009 London A417

An excellent course for those involved with facilities management and the operation and maintenance of buildings and services. Topics include facilities management skills, implementation of FM and management contracts. Trainer - Peter Chapman Understanding & specifying CCTV & security systems Thu 28 Jan 2010 London A451 A comprehensive course to help technical and non-technical delegates get up to date with the latest systems and how to specify and manage any size security system.

Thu 3 Jun 2010 London A502 This course introduces the delegate to the whole subject of energy efficiency and management. It covers the basic principles, the relevant legislation, the standard approaches and the 12 step plan for successful control of use of the utilities. It is designed for those new to the subject and those who feel that there is so much change that they need to find an effective way of getting up to date.

Managing human behaviour in fires and emergencies Tue 6 Oct 2009 London A406 Tue 18 May 2010 London A494 The course discusses ways in which human behaviour in fires & emergencies is most effectively addressed as well as design and management of a variety of occupancies and settings. Trainer - Andrew Dixon

Trainer - Trevor Floyd

This course is designed for those who are responsible for the specification, management and installation of a CCTV system. Trainer - William Parsons

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The Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Tue 27 Oct 2009 London A415 Fri 25 Jun 2010 London A512 The carbon reduction commitment (CRC) is set to have a wide reaching impact on all stakeholders involved in the energy and environmental market, from end users to consultants and other service providers. The course aims to provide a detailed overview of the legislative requirement in addition to covering the practicalities of reporting, giving examples of how wider issues will affect end users and the way service providers operate.

Preparing FM & maintenance contracts

Effective maintenance management

Tue 1 Dec 2009 London A435

Wed 19 May 2010 London A495

This course provides practical guidance in the preparation of typical FM & maintenance contract documents and methods of selecting suitable contractors.

A practical guide to the methods of installing a planned maintenance system for building services. The course also examines legislative & managerial issues involved in maintenance and the application of maintenance contracts.

This course also provides clear guidance on the preparation of a bespoke contract and examines the terms and conditions, which need to be considered to ensure that works meet client expectations.

Trainer - Peter Chapman

Trainer - Peter Chapman

Trainer - Richard Hipkiss / Adrian Sweetman

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Business Skills and Management Successful design management Thu 22 Oct 2009 London A413 Thu 4 Feb 2010 London A457 Increasing sophistication, building contracts and complexity of modern projects create new challenges to design management practices. This course provides key information to successfully manage design complexity in projects and gives practical knowledge on crucial aspects of design management. Trainer – Tony Trinick FREng Practical project management Thu 12 Nov 2009 London A426 Wed 10 Mar 2010 London A473

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Mentoring skills Mon 16 Nov 2009 London A427 Tue 22 Jun 2010 London A510 The course introduces the concept of mentoring, and provides delegates with an increased awareness of mentoring duties in the context of a Training & Development scheme. The course will have a workshop format and is designed to suit the needs of both new and existing mentors, and other learning professionals. Trainer - Paul Tymkow / John Pietrzyba Running projects effectively Wed 2 Dec 2009 London A436 Wed 30 Jun 2010 London A514

This course is designed for those who manage projects in the construction and building services industries. The aim of the course is to introduce the project manager role and review the CIBSE/CIOB/RIBA/ RICS/ICE Code of Practice for Project Management, explain the strategies for achieving successful projects and give practical tips and advice on successful project management.

Running projects is a challenging task. There are many elements to take into account and procedures to follow if you want to be effective and successfully manage the project. This training course covers the crucial aspects of project management. This highly practical course will equip you with knowledge that you can utilize when running small and/or large projects and it will explain how to strategically plan as well as practically execute.

Trainer - Tony Trinick FREng

Trainer - Tony Trinick FREng

Customer care: The key to profitability Mon 12 Apr 2010 London A478 Golden Rules for winning & keeping customers, essential for anyone meeting and interfacing with clients & customers. An intensive, interactive programme for service personnel, managers, sales staff and consultants. Trainer - Peter Chapman Presentation skills for engineers Mon 10 May 2010 London A488 The ability to present effectively is vital to business development. Presentations can vary from a simple vote of thanks to full technical seminars. Whatever your requirement, this practical course will help you develop the ability and confidence to deliver an effective presentation to a variety of audiences. Trainer - Peter Chapman

For more detailed course information visit www.cibsetraining.co.uk/mcc


Making the leap from designing systems to running projects

Hitch hikers guide to whole life costing

Wed 26 May 2010 London A497

Thu 27 May 2010 London A498

This seminar will equip young engineers with the technical and commercial skills to undertake demanding building services projects. It will develop their appreciation of issues such as core engineering skills, commercial acumen and passion. The main focus will be on the practical issues when running projects and the essential business skills required.

Sustainability and value for money is of a very high importance to all in the construction sector and therefore there is a clear need for better whole life designed buildings.

Trainer – Peter Roberts

Tue 27 Oct 2009 London A517

This programme will explain the concept of whole life costing, its purpose and its place in purchasing decisions. It will equip the delegates with practical knowledge on how to balance whole-life cost and quality to meet the end user’s requirement. Trainer - Andy Green Report writing Tue 22 Jun 2010 London A509 Includes developing ideas and arguments; planning the structure; producing written and numeric material; use of clear language, diagrams & supporting evidence; improving overall readability and impact. Trainer - Dr Mike Travis

For more detailed course information visit www.cibsetraining.co.uk/mcc

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In-House Courses Mid Career College offers a wide range of in-house courses in addition to all the public events.

Fire Safety

Public Health and Water

»» Sprinklers for residential

»» Building records to

& domestic occupancies: Implementing BS 9251:2005

»» Fire safety in buildings:

Means of escape & other legislative requirements

»» Understanding the

Regulatory Reform Order (Fire Safety) 2005 & the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005

»» Fire strategies for

complex buildings

»» Fire risk assessment: High hazard plants & warehouses

»» Fire protection in

heritage buildings

meet statutory & safety requirements

»» Practical design of

»» Part P of the Building Regulations

Mechanical Services

management & communication skills for engineers

»» Negotiation skills

building water systems

»» Resilience - How to

»» Hot & cold water

for engineers

build up oneself’s and the team’s resilience in these times?

supplies explained

»» Emergency lighting – design and practice

»» Water treatment for Building Services applications

Facilities Management

»» Asbestos for managers »» Asbestos awareness - half day Course

Contracts and Supply Chain Management

»» Stakeholder management & communication

»» Managing change »» Coaching for engineers »» Effective people management & communications skills for engineers

»» Building and managing

high performance teams

»» Constructive

feedback skills

»» Perfecting your time

»» Noise & vibration control in

»» Using & understanding

»» Design of domestic

»» Using & understanding the

»» Assessing & developing

»» An introductory guide

»» How to trigger innovation »» 20 tips for successful

building services systems & small commercial heating systems

Electrical Services

»» LV circuits & networks - Discrimination, grading & protection

»» Health & safety risk

assessment for electrical installations

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»» Effective people

water circuits

»» Risk management for

and supervisors

Building Regulations

Management and personal development

the (2005) JCT Standard Form Sub-Contracts

JCT Minor Works Building Contract (MW/MWD05) to JCT SBC05 Contract & its variants

management skills

»» How to effectively motivate yourself & others

»» Avoiding contractual pitfalls »» Successful management of integrated supply chains

For more detailed course information visit www.cibsetraining.co.uk/mcc

your listening skills

management


Booking form Please return to: Course Administrator, CIBSE, 222 Balham High Road, London SW12 9BS Tel: 020 8675 5211 Fax: 020 8711 6943 e-mail: eventbookings@cibse.org Course fees:

Booking is also available at www.cibsetraining.co.uk or by calling 020 8675 5211

One day courses: s CIBSE Members rate: £251.30 + VAT (£289) s Non Members rate: £268.70 + VAT (£309) Two day courses: s CIBSE Members rate: £520 + VAT (£598) s Non Members rate: £537.39 + VAT (£618) Three day courses: s Early booking* or CIBSE Members rate: £982.61 + VAT (£1130) s Non Members rate: £1069.57 + VAT (£1230) *Applies to bookings made 4 weeks prior to the course date.

We extend our members rate to members of the following institutions: CIBSE, RIBA, BIFM, RICS, IET, IMechE, EI, CIOB, BIAT, InstR, IFE

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Phone number for any queries: Booking Conditions Mid Career College reserves the right to make changes to the speakers or programme. The right is also reserved in absolute discretion and without further liability to cancel any seminar when fees paid will be refunded. Acknowledged bookings are firm. Cancellation up to 4 weeks before the course is subject to a charge of 25% of fees due, later cancellation is not accepted but delegate substitution is allowed at any time. The personal information you give on this form will be held on the CIBSE database. Your contact details may be used by us to contact you from time to time with offers on similar products and services. Please tick if you do NOT want to receive this information.


The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers 222 Balham High Road London SW12 9BS General Enquiries: +44 (0)20 8675 5211 Email: info@cibse.org Website: www.cibse.org CIBSE is a registered charity No. 278104

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