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Building Blocks

CIBSE Australia and New Zealand region is committed to providng the industry with up to date training and continued professional development relevant for building services professionals working in the region. It is necessary in our dynamic industry to keep up to date with local codes, regulations and technologies. The region also faces unique geographical challenges which make it important for CIBSE to offer a range of vareid learning opportunities.

A series of CIBSE initiatives are being adapted specifically for the ANZ region with the assistance of the CIBSE ANZ Education sub-committee. Building Blocks is the home of ANZ education and training and includes:

ANZ CPD Directory of Course Providers




The CIBSE Directory of CPD Course Providers is a comprehensive list of 218 companies around the world offering educational learning that CIBSE members can receive in-house or attend as part of their on-going continuing professional development.

CIBSE is now offering course accreditation for organisations in Australia and New Zealand with the assistance of a local panel of experts. 

Why your organisation should be on this directory

CIBSE is a professional membership body with over 21,000 members in 100 countries worldwide and over 800 members in Australia and New Zealand. All members are required to undertake continuing professional development (CPD) in order that they keep up to date with the latest technical information and maintain their professional competence.

CIBSE proactively promotes the Directory to its members on a regular basis and is recognised by members as a high quality CPD Directory.
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View the list of course providers - Australia and New Zealand (ANZ)

CIBSE ANZ Chapter programme of technical seminars


CIBSE ANZ has five active chapters in Australia and three in New Zealand. Each chapter runs an annual programme of technical seminars. 

View upcoming events listed on the ANZ home page.
View the latest news and events in the monthly eNewletter or sign up for ANZ communications. 
Get in touch with your local chapter chair

CIBSE ANZ also host an annual half day seminar series in Perth, Melbourne, Auckland and Sydney. 2018 the programme brought together an expert panel, offering varied perspectives, to explore smart building technology for performance gains - THE ANATOMY OF THE SMART BUILDING


Face to Face Training (under development)

CIBSE Training offers a wide variety of 1-3 day building services courses from introductory to more advanced levels. CIBSE ANZ is working with the CIBSE training team and local experts to adapt content for Australia and New Zealand, initially developing introductory modules for Mechanical, Electrical, Fire and Hydraulics. These modules will be available early 2019.
We will work with respected trainers to deliver these course around Australia and New Zealand. 

 

Training and Development Programme - approved T&D Schemes

A T&D scheme allows your company to support prospective professional engineers as they develop skills and learn to demonstrate their competence towards becoming a corporate member of CIBSE and an Engineering Council registrant.

A company that employs Chartered and Incorporated Engineers and Engineering Technicians will enhance its ability to win potential business. In some cases, evidence of employing registered engineers is necessary for the award of contracts in Australia, New Zealand and overseas. There’s no easier way to encourage your staff to become professionally registered than by running a training and development scheme. 

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If you are interested in running a CIBSE accredited T&D scheme CIBSE in your company please contact CIBSE ANZ business development manager, Sharon Pestonji, spestonji@cibse.org.au

Online Learning Modules (under development)


CIBSE's online learning courses contain a range of Core Engineering modules, Digital Engineering (Basics of BIM) modules, and Soft Skills modules to enhance and support yours and your teams development. These are currently being reviewed with the intention to comply with Australian and New Zealand codes and standards with content applicable to local conditions.