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Certificate in Building Regulatory Engineering

Course Code: CR_CBREG_8 Delivery: Part-time, Online Duration: 1 Semester Application Closing Date: 8 September 2016Hosting Academic Department: Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering

 

 

 

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Andrew Macilwraith
Course Coordinator

Des Walsh,
Head of Department

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This newly updated course, will cover the recently enacted Building Control Amendment Regulations 2014, together with its associated Code of Practice. This SI 9 has significantly changed the way buildings are inspected and certified, and will hopefully in turn bring more work to construction professionals. Part of the inspection procedure will now include CE marking of materials in accordance with the new Construction Products Regulations which came into effect July 2014. A 3rd area that has been added to this short course is the new Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations 2012. This course also addresses all key aspects of the building regulations, provides a brief introduction to the Eurocodes, and should be invaluable to both new users of the building regulation guidance documents, and those that may enjoy a refresher course. All those involved in the construction industry will find this short course useful, particularly those involved in design, detailing, construction overseeing & inspection, and certification of building projects.

The online delivery course will be offered over a 13 weeks period, one evening (provisionally Thursdays 6pm - 9pm, including tutorials) per week. Lectures may be viewed live, with interaction opportunities available via questions typed in at the keyboard by registered students, or may be viewed on the lecture recordings which will be made available for the duration of the semester. Attendance at CIT Bishopstown Campus in week 14 or 15 for a terminal examination assessment of 2 hours duration will be required.

Online Delivery Lecture Schedule for September-December 2016

Requirements

Admission Requirements:
Applicants should hold a minimum of an NFQ Level 7 qualification in Civil/Structural Engineering or Architecture or Architectural Technology or in a cognate discipline.

Modules

The Module Descriptor CIVL8004 is the module on which the short course is based and further details of this module may be found here.

 

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