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Ventilation Design

7.0 CPD Hours

Standard Rate
£430.00  +VAT
Member Rate
£350.00  +VAT
  • Mechanical Services

Online Learning

Ventilation in buildings is essential for a wide range of health and comfort issues, but how it is provided and by what means, underpins a good strategy at the design phase.

This module aims to take you through the main technologies available and by looking at how they function and how they compare with one another enable you to make an informed and justified selection in terms of type of ventilation system to meet the design parameters.

Make your way through this course at your own pace with the following:  

  • Ventilation Design Topics
  • Additional Resources
  • Two Activity Pages
  • CPD Certificate on completion

All On Demand modules and courses have a one year access period. Any training purchased will expire one year after the purchase date.

This course covers: 

  • Welcome
  • Introduction           
  • Design
  • Criteria
  • Strategy
  • Calculations 
  • Pre-treat
  • Acoustics 
  • ATD's
  • Maintain
  • Conclusion

CIBSE online learning courses are suitable for those wishing to enhance and support their current knowledge base, as well as graduates within an engineering discipline.

Each unit has been peer reviewed and tested through this group. The units allow students to take a coordinated journey through an individual topic or a series of topics. The units form the backbone of several corporate training schemes.

  • Identify the ventilation requirements for a building and produce a design rationale identifying the specific needs of the internal spaces and how these might influence the design ventilation rate.
  • Assess the influence of the building structure on internal conditions.
  • Compile relevant information on the internal spaces and the external environment that night influence the design ventilation rate.
  • Calculate the fresh-air requirement and ventilation rates in different units.
  • Justify a chosen ventilation strategy by comparison to alternatives.
  • Justify any energy recovery equipment included in the design and explain its operational strategy for conserving energy.
  • Appreciate relevant Statutory and Health and Safety Regulations and how they apply

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