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Welcome to the Regulations section of our website. The Government regularly updates or introduces new regulations in the Construction and Property sectors so it is important to ensure that within your team you have the necessary knowledge to meet the requirements and stay within the law.

Here you will find courses to help you and your team work better under the latest industry regs. The courses below include

  • CDM (including the CDM Co-ordinator’s role),
  • Building Regs ,
  • Asbestos,
  • Fire,
  • Disability Access,

 If you can’t find the course you are looking for try the keyword search box in the top right hand corner of the page or call us on 0845 313 3414

For the full list of all current regulations courses see below:
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CDM 2015 Awareness

Since 1995 Construction Study Centre has delivered CDM courses to thousands of delegates. On 6th April 2015 the revised CDM 2015 regulations came into force and Construction Study Centre continues to provide effective and dynamic training for these regulations.

To stay relevant in today’s construction industry, whether you are a client, designer, contractor, principal designer, principal contractor, project manager or contract administrator you need to be aware of the changed requirements. The requirements contain important updates relating to when and how they are applied, including detailed changes on various duty holders and associated documentation.

The alternative could be a criminal prosecution which your professional indemnity insurance or contractors all risk insurance will not protect you against.

This 1 day awareness course is designed to give delegates a clear concise overview of the regulations and the associated guidance.
Public Course Delegate Rate: £325 plus VAT
Available - 11 Dates

CDM 2015: Principal Designer- 2 Day

Since 1995 CSC has provided training for thousands of delegates associated with CDM 94 & 7. The revised CDM regulations 2015 came into force on the 6th April and CSC are continuing to provide effective and dynamic training for these regulations.
They contain important changes related to when and how they are applied, including changes to detailed requirements on various duty holders and associated documentation.
The new role of the principal designer needs careful consideration and is not a direct replacement of the CDM Coordinator. If you are appointed or may be appointed as the PD you need to understand what to do and how to carry out the role.
Not knowing that you are the PD could be a very expensive mistake to make and could lead to a criminal prosecution which your professional indemnity insurance will not protect you against.
This 2-day course is designed to give delegates not only a clear and concise overview of the regulations and the associated guidance but explores the PD’s role in depth.
Public Course Delegate Rate: £565 plus VAT
Available - 11 Dates

Designers Responsibilities Under CDM 2015

Category: Contract and Law
Since 1995 CSC has provided training for thousands of delegates associated with CDM 94 & 7. The revised CDM regulations 2015 came into force on the 6th April and CSC are continuing to provide effective and dynamic training for these regulations.
They contain important changes related to when and how they are applied, including changes to detailed requirements on various duty holders and associated documentation.
You may be a Designer by profession, or a Principal Designer, or you may be a Client, Principal Contractor, or Contractor making design decisions. If so, then you need to understand the duties of Designers.
The alternative could be a criminal prosecution which your indemnity insurance will not protect you against.
This one day designers course is designed to give delegates a clear concise overview of the regulations and associated guidance but explores the designer’s role in depth.
Public Course Delegate Rate: £325 plus VAT
Available - 2 Dates

The Building Regulations Part B Fire Safety guidance and alternative compliance documents

Course Overview:
Building regulations are statutory instruments that seek to ensure that the policies set out in the relevant legislation are carried out
The Building Regulations Part B: Fire Safety document provides technical guidance for all buildings to ensure buildings are designed and constructed with acceptable levels of fire safety compliance.
This updated 1 - day course will discuss all aspects of fire safety guidance contained in the two volumes including volume 1 dwelling houses and volume 2 buildings other than dwelling houses.
Other fire safety standards and related fire safety guidance will be discussed, including the Regulatory Reform (fire safety) Order 2005.

Benefits of the course:
• It provides an in depth understanding of the requirements of Part B fire safety design of the Building Regulations and is an important part of any construction professional’s role in designing and constructing buildings to provide an acceptable level of fire safety.
• It removes some of the myths that have evolved over the years regarding the complexity of building fire safety requirements.
• The ability to navigate through the complexities of the documents.
• Access the speaker’s wealth of knowledge in the application of the fire safety requirements for all buildings.
• Practical examples and solutions on how to achieve compliance for some of the more common building situations.
• Provides an understanding of alternative standards available to provide compliance.
Public Course Delegate Rate: £325 plus VAT
Available - 4 Dates

Achieving Compliance with the Building Regulations Part L

This 1 day course will provide professionals within the building industry with valuable practical guidance on how to demonstrate compliance with the new part L1A and L2A approved documents and amended L1B – L2B.

The new Approved Documents detail the next step changes to the Government’s intention to achieve zero carbon dwellings by 2016 and zero carbon non-dwellings by 2019. It will focus on the requirements in detail, including the interpretation of the standards and, through the use of case studies involving real projects, will guide you through the compliance route.

We also deliver 'Keeping up to speed with the Latest Building and Fire Regulations' course which contains 1 hour’s content on Part L.

Benefits of this course:
• Understand the changes to Building Regulations
• Get to grips with how fuel can be conserved
• Knowledge of how to comply with updated regulations
• Benefit from a post seminar help line
Public Course Delegate Rate: £295 plus VAT
No scheduled dates currently available. In-house only.

Building Access and Egress: Compliance Standards for People with Disabilities

This brand new 1 day course will provide statutory national regulatory guidance to clients, design professionals and contractors engaged in the construction of new buildings and alterations/extensions to existing buildings including historical buildings for the access and egress of People with Disabilities using buildings.

The course will include national Building Regulations requirements, British Standards and Equality Act legislation requirements for all types of buildings including reference to supplementary guidance documents.
Public Course Delegate Rate: £ plus VAT
No scheduled dates currently available. In-house only.

Managing Health & Safety in Property and Buildings – Asbestos, Fire Safety and Legionella

Category: CDM & IOSH
This 1 day course will provide an overview of the legal requirements and associated risks of managing all non-residential properties in the private and public sector, and how to go about taking the danger out of buildings.

This course covers the risks, principles and importance of managing health and safety in buildings as well as the legal responsibilities in doing so. Health and safety within buildings takes into consideration legionella management, asbestos management, fire risks and statutory inspections of electrical, gas, pressure and lifting systems ensuring non-residential properties are risk free.

Benefits of this course:
• Gain in-depth knowledge of risk management
• Recognise responsibilities for managing and rectifying risks
• Learn how to manage a variety of risks
• Get to grips with statutory inspections
• Benefit from a post seminar help line
Public Course Delegate Rate: £295 plus VAT
No scheduled dates currently available. In-house only.

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JCT suite of contracts revisions: 2016 editions to replace the 2011 editions

24/01/17 11:06:09
2016 saw many revisions in the contracting world, most noticeably was the JCT suite of contracts which had 2016 editions to replace the 2011 editions. The new editions feature:
- Fair Payment, transparency and BIM
- CDM Regulations 2015
- Public Contracts Regulations 2015,
- Fair Payment principles, simplification and consolidation of payment provisions
- Easier third party arrangements including performance bond
- Insurance of Existing Structures cover for Contractors, Further changes to improve
- Named Specialists

2016 also saw the issue of the THE SOCIETY OF CONSTRUCTION LAW DELAY AND DISRUPTION PROTOCOL 2nd Edition, all be it as a consultation draft.

The 2nd Edition of the Pre Action Protocol for Construction and Engineering Disputes was also launched in 2016. It is similar in many ways to it’s predecessor, with the main change being the new edition introduces a Protocol Referee Procedure where by TeCSA appoint a referee who provides a binding Decision.

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