Since its inception in 2000, The Green Register (TGR) has gained a reputation for running high quality training events on a huge range of subjects relating to sustainable building practices.
The Green Register offers training in various formats:
- Half and one-day seminars
- Site Visits showing best practice building techniques
- Hands on workshops
- Bite size half days on Passivhaus principles
- In depth technical training (e.g. WUFI)
- Customised in house CPD Sessions
- Early evening Bite Size talks
TGR’s training is offered in a variety of formats in order to cater for everyone’s needs. Whether it is an in-depth course on airtightness and avoiding condensation risks, an evening of healthy debate on overheating, a series covering the principle of passivhaus, a site visit to an innovative building, The Green Register’s expert trainers deliver high quality, low cost events around the UK.
In addition TGR also offers in-house CPD on a subject of your choice and has worked with a range of clients over the years. See CPD training
By attending a half day of our training (or two bite size sessions) you become eligible to join The Green Register. See membership
The Green Register has also worked in collaboration with various other organisations including the ASBP (Alliance for Sustainable Building Products), STBA (Sustainable Traditional Building Alliance) and various RIBA regions to run half and full day events. More information can be found on the Events section of this website.
Green Register one-day seminars, half-day events & Bite Size sessions
Since its inception in 2000, The Green Register has gained a reputation for running high quality training events on a range of in-depth subjects relating to sustainable building practices.
Seminar topics have included, amongst others, Eco-refurbishment and The Green Deal, Masterclass for Dwellings: Compliance, Sustainability and Part L and It's all in the Detail: acheiving best practice detailing for eco-refurbishments.
Since 2011, The Green Register has been working in partnership with Pollard Thomas Edwards to present a series of Bite Size sessions. These 2-hour training sessions offer a new, flexible route to Green Register membership through a series of shorter training sessions designed to give concise training at a time to suit busy working professionals.
The Green Register has also worked in collaboration with various other organisations including GHA (Good Homes Alliance), ASBP (Alliance for Sustainable Building Products) and various RIBA regions to run half and full day conferences. More information can be found on the Events section of this website.
If you have a topic that you think The Green Register should cover or you would like The Green Register to present workshops directly to your organisation/firm, please get in touch by emailing us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Green Register has been offering in-house CPD sessions to professional for several years and has an excellent track record of delivery. Some examples of the type of CPD The Green Register has run are:
- A half day session on Healthy Interiors for PRP architects and interior designers
- 17 lunchtime sessions for Stride Treglown architects (Plymouth, Bristol and Manchester offices)
- The full two-day Sustainable Building and Services course for Sidell Gibson architects
- Several half-day and full-day sessions for RIBA regions all over the UK, including the entire RIBA North region, RIBA South and RIBA South West & Wessex
Testimonials from some of our in-house CPD sessions:
"Excellent. I’d like Lucy to give many more presentations on the whole range of sustainability work, across the whole practice."
"Lucy is brilliant, extremely personable, very knowledgeable and easy to listen to. She varied the pace and addressed people’s interests really well."
"Very clear and well-thought out. Good to have suggestions for the final part of the presentation, and to be able to influence what is discussed, though in the end we all chose to hear everything!"