Yale has introduced a new RIBA accredited CPD seminar; Specifying Windows and Doors: Safety, Security, Means of Escape and Best Value, to provide expert advice on safeguarding residents and properties.
As the leading name in home security, Yale’s new CPD includes information on the latest building regulations and British standards to educate attendees and provide guidance for both the refurbishment and new build market. It also addresses industry common practice that allows specifiers to fulfil their duty of care to residents.
Neil Rabbitts, Specification Sales Manager for Yale Door and Window Solutions, said: “Specifiers and building owners have a duty of care to their residents to ensure that they are safe, secure and the property meets their needs. The new seminar aims to educate delegates on how to achieve this.
“As legislation is continually evolving, we aim to help building specifiers understand the latest standards and advice available, so they can make good choices and avoid costly mistakes with window and door ironmongery specification.”
The seminar provides up-to-date information to help specifiers select hardware that will not only successfully address safety, security and fire escape issues, but will see also explore how developments in products affect functionality and life expectancy, and subsequently long term best value.
Neil continues: “Being members of RIBA’s CPD Providers Network, we understand that continuous professional development plays an important role in job progression, so we’re delighted to be able to offer these free seminars and to help contribute to growing expertise within the industry.”
To find out more or to book a CPD seminar please visit www.yaledws.co.uk or alternatively please contact Neil Rabbits on 07793256734.