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CIBSE President, Adrian Catchpole to take the stage at ARBS

The 2024 ARBS exhibition will bring together a showcase of rich expertise including CIBSE's very own president who will be delivering a keynote address in the ARBS Seminar Series in Sydney in May. As part of his visit to the region, Adrian Catchpole has accepted a number of invitations to ARBS engagements. In addition to the Seminar Series, Adrian will also be speaking at the International Chairman’s Breakfast and presenting at the ARBS Awards evening. He will also be available to meet members and visitors on the CIBSE stand #418, from 2pm - 4pm on Tuesday 28 May.

The Jean Heap Bursary - Applications Open

The Jean Heap Bursary - Applications Open

Applications are now open to apply for the Society of Light and Lighting's Jean Heap Bursary.

CIBSE celebrates National Engineers Week 2024

CIBSE celebrates National Engineers Week 2024

Step into the Future, where the next generation of engineers is ready to make a difference

Fiona Cousins, CIBSE President Elect, inspires with TEDx Talk on driving climate action through design and hope

Fiona Cousins, CIBSE President Elect, inspires with TEDx Talk on driving climate action through design and hope

In her TEDx talk, Fiona Cousins, CIBSE President Elect, highlights the complex connections between societal challenges and the built environment, urging engineers to make responsible design choices that positively impact climate change, social equity, and biodiversity.

CIBSE marks five years as an Approved End Point Assessment (EPA) organisation during National Apprenticeship Week 2024

CIBSE marks five years as an Approved End Point Assessment (EPA) organisation during National Apprenticeship Week 2024

CIBSE celebrates milestone achievements to empower careers in building services

Strengths and challenges of young building services engineers

Strengths and challenges of young building services engineers

In an era marked by rapid technological advancements and a growing emphasis on sustainability, young building services engineering professionals find themselves at the forefront of shaping the future of the industry. These individuals, armed with a combination of technical skills, innovation, and a commitment to sustainability, bring a fresh perspective to the field. However, they also face challenges that require strategic solutions for the industry to thrive in the years to come.

Embodied carbon regulation – alignment of industry policy recommendations

Embodied carbon regulation – alignment of industry policy recommendations

Various construction industry initiatives, supported by major businesses, are urging the government to regulate and reduce embodied carbon emissions. As 2024, a general election year, begins, these initiatives are uniting to call on the next government for regulatory reforms.

Heat networks training grants

Heat networks training grants

CIBSE Training has obtained grant funding from the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, providing a £500 discount for each delegate on either the one-day Introduction to Heat Networks and Code of Practice or the two-day Heat Networks Code of Practice (CP1) full course.

CIBSE ANZ recognises young engineers’ talent

CIBSE ANZ recognises young engineers’ talent

Towards the end of the previous year, three young engineers were honoured for their achievements at the Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) Young Engineers Awards.

Book now for Building Performance Awards 2024

Book now for Building Performance Awards 2024

Celebrate engineering excellence at the CIBSE Building Performance Awards 2024 on February 29 at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge. These awards highlight outstanding individuals, products, and projects with a unique emphasis on measurable performance outcomes. Join us for an evening of acknowledgment and inspiration.

Call for trainers

Call for trainers

CIBSE Training is continuously seeking additional trainers to create and conduct both online and in-person training sessions for groups of up to 25 delegates, spanning across public and corporate courses.

Who deserves a CIBSE Medal in 2024?

Who deserves a CIBSE Medal in 2024?

Nominations are currently being accepted for this year's CIBSE Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals. These awards acknowledge members who have significantly elevated the profile of both the Institution and the profession.

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