Weatherproofing Compliance

This presentation will explore weatherproofing defects, building design and compliance with the 2022 NCC. The learning outcomes include:
• Recognise the impact of weatherproofing and the importance of compliance
• Recognise the NCC requirements for weatherproofing
• Explain the process of the AS4284 Testing
• Interpret and apply the AS4284 Test Results
• Explain how to design a compliant wall system for an actual project
– Fairview

Specifying Fibre Cement in Residential & Commercial Buildings

The Specifying Fibre Cement for Residential & Commercial Buildings CPD discusses how to specify and the use of fibre cement in interior and exterior applications. Additionally, learning how Fibre Cement is used in wall systems to meet the NCC requirements and how different architectural outcomes are achieved.
– BGC Fibre Cement

Combustibility of Building Materials

This CPD presentation discusses fire rating and combustibility of internal lining and external façade products. It is crucial to ensure all relevant building codes are met in the interests of the occupants of buildings.
– BGC Fibre Cement / Plasterboard

Ventilated Facades and Fibre Cement Materials

Gain a deeper understanding into the history and application of fibre cement facade materials with EQUITONE’s CPD presentation. This course delves into the history of fibre cement and uncovers the latest innovations in ventilated facade systems. We outline the different textures, colours and expressive surfaces and also look at the numerous approaches to internal and external design applications through a presentation of completed projects in Australia.
– Equitone

Specifying Joint Sealants, Selection & Design Considerations

This CPD provides a valuable introduction to the significance of sealants in construction. It covers their functions, terminology, characteristics, technologies, key considerations for specification, common failure points, and importantly, effective strategies to prevent them.
– Bostik Australia

Zinc – Roofing and Cladding

Zinc, as a naturally occurring ‘green’, non-combustible, architectural metal can be used on the facades and rooftops of residential, commercial and high-rise buildings. Learn about zinc in terms of: its properties, its material characteristics, the various roofing and facade systems and lay-up requirements, and its use with other building and construction materials.
– VMZinc / Inspire Architectural

Weatherproofing For External Wall Assemblies

With our CPD, gain insights into:
• The issues for buildings with poor weatherproofing processes
• External façade classifications within the NCC for weatherproofing
• Test methods adopted to determine the performance and suitability of external façade systems
– HVG Facades