- Standard Rate
- £250.00 +VAT
- Member Rate
- £200.00 +VAT
- Energy Efficiency
This course gives early adopters of circular economy, both on the supply side and on the specification side, not just the knowledge and tools to design circularity into your work, but a degree of passion for the topic as well.
The course sets circular economy in general and specifically TM66 and CEAM into the wider space of sustainability including Life Cycle Assessments and Net Zero, giving an in depth understanding of the delivery, practice and communication of sustainability in building services.
The course is designed for senior designers, senior engineers, associates and partners on the specification side and managers and directors on the supply side of the building services industry. It will be relevant to those who either specify, procure, manufacture, design or supply building services.
Download the full course agenda.
Live Online - How to join:
This course will be hosted live online on Microsoft Teams. A Microsoft Teams account is not required, you will be sent a link to join. You can choose to join on your preferred web browser, or if you already have the Microsoft Teams desktop app, click 'join meeting'. You will then automatically join the course through the app.
The course presentation and any additional materials will be sent to delegates once attendance is confirmed through a secure link.
We are working towards being more sustainable, therefore we do not recommend materials to be printed.
What is included?
-Full days training with an industry expert trainer
-Note-making PDF course materials
Bob is Head of Policy and Academy at the Lighting Industry Association (The LIA). He has thirty-five years of experience designing and delivering lighting schemes ranging up to the scale of London's Royal Albert Hall, and St Pancras Station. Bob is a leading member of the UK lighting community as past President of the Society of Light and Lighting, as well as an Executive Board member of Lighting Europe.
Bob combines lighting, technical, policy and sustainability skills, his lighting design and project management skills helped deliver many major projects such as Heathrow T5, Dublin Airport T2, Portsmouth Spinnaker Mast and the new western concourse at London's Kings Cross station. He was co-designer for the Iron Bridge at Shropshire, which recently won both a Lux Award and a [d]arc award and was the lighting designer for White Hart Lane Station, Tottenham, which won an IES Award of Merit in 2021.
A strong believer in both Environmental and Corporate Social responsibility, he is committed to reduce the environmental impact of his activities for the sake of generations to follow. Bob is a part of the BSI Circular Economy in the Construction Sector committee, Chair of Lighting Europe’s Task Force on Long Service Life (Durability + Circular Economy) and is leading the CIBSE/SLL Technical Memorandum TM66 Circular Economy & Circular Economy Assessment Method (CEAM) team (which won both Platinum and Green at the Build Back Better Awards) and is leading the CIBSE/LIA TM66 Circular Economy Assured project.
CIBSE Training reserve the right to make changes to the speakers or programme. The right is also reserved in absolute discretion and without further liability to cancel any seminar when fees paid will be refunded. Acknowledged bookings are firm. Cancellation up to 4 weeks before the course is subject to a charge of 25% of fees due, later cancellation is not accepted but delegate substitution is allowed at any time. We reserve the right to request payment in advance for companies which have not had previous financial transactions with CIBSE Services Ltd.
All delegate alterations / cancellations must be received in writing to: [email protected]
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Please contact the training team before making any travel or accommodation arrangements - particularly if you are travelling from outside the UK mainland, as CIBSE will not be liable for any cost incurred.