Module 2: windows, doors and staircases. This session concentrates on carpentry and includes windows, doors and staircases.
This course provides a basic grounding in building construction for those who are new to the field of housing, where job requirements include the inspection and surveying of domestic dwellings. The fundamentals of building construction course will be a detailed introduction to commonly used building terms, which intends to demystify the jargon used in the construction industry.
We have developed a series of five two-hour training module sessions so you can tailor training needs to your requirements. All elements from the building foundations to the roof will be considered, and there will be coverage of traditional methods of building construction, signs of failure of building components and potential remedies.
Who should attend?
These bitesize sessions will appeal to all newly qualified environmental health officers, housing surveyors and managers from both the public and private sectors.
CPD: 2 hours
Further modules in this series will include:
Module 1: foundations, walls and roofing. This will focus on the different types of foundations and the walls taken up to roof level.
The remaining three modules will be coming soon!
Module 3: ceilings and partitions. This session details the internal division of a structure from walls to partitions and ceilings.
Module 4: roof design and construction. This session focuses on the design of roof coverings including chimneys and stacks.
Module 5: services installed into properties. Concentrating mainly on drainage and water supply, this session will look at the services into a property, including electrical and gas installation.
Register your interest for these sessions now at firstname.lastname@example.org – we will be in contact when they are available to book.