Kevin McCloud was a big hit in his ‘breakout session’ at yesterday’s Green Register/RIBA SW conference ‘Towards a Green Heritage’ that took place at Swindon STEAM museum.
The challenge of combining sustainability and conservation issues were thoroughly debated at the conference with input from conservation officers, architects and engineers. Read the rest of this entry »
Judging by the response and animated discussion that took place in the class immediately following the talk it was clear that the students were very appreciative of what they had heard and had understood the relevance not just in the project they are currently working on but also in their everyday working lives. Mick Jones of Barking College summed it up with “Job well done!”
Having trained a staggering 3350 delegates, TGR is constantly reviewing and evaluating its training programme to ensure our high standards are maintained. We strive to provide delegates with the latest on cutting-edge sustainable construction technolgies and concepts – with comment on what works and what doesn’t. As such we’re meeting your demand for more courses in our popular Eco-refurbisher course, check out the events page. Remember – it’s become even easier to be a TGR member and if you’ve already completed a one day course why not sign up for another and get the full benefits that our membership offers.
Many thanks to delegates who took part in the series of CPD sessions I recently completed with RIBA’s North Region. Excellent feedback was received from all delegates, who all contributed to making these session lively and informative. A delegate who took part in the Knutsford presentation said “I was genuinely inspired by Lucy’s presentation“ which is fantastic to hear – see our CPD page for more information on booking training for your requirments.