BAF Consulting on behalf of the ABCB invites you to attend a National Construction Code Seminar:
Building Code of Australia 2014 Information Seminars
The Australian Building Codes Board is finalising updates to the 2014 National Construction Code (NCC), and as building industry practitioners you need to know what changes are coming into effect. Presenters from the ABCB will inform you of these changes at a series of Information Seminars, commencing in February 2014 in all capital cities.
The Information Seminars will play an important role in raising practitioner awareness of the Building Code of Australia (BCA) amendments scheduled for 2014. The Seminars will also feature a presentation by Standards Australia on changes to Australian Standards.
During the afternoon, there will be a free session about the Increased Use of Performance - an opportunity not to be missed! Please note you must have registered for the BCA Information Seminar to attend. Book now – seats are limited.
BCA Information Seminars, 9:30am – 12:30pm (includes Standards Australia presentation)
Morning seminars in all capital cities focusing on changes to the BCA and Australian Standards.
Increased Use of Performance sessions, 1:30pm – 3:00pm
Afternoon seminars in all capital cities that will focus on providing information on how to improve the use of alternative solutions. Note: the Performance sessions will be held in all locations but on the first afternoon only in Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney. Delegates must have registered for the morning BCA Information Seminar in order to be eligible to attend.
Don’t miss out – the NCC takes effect on 1 May 2014.
For a PDF version of the Seminars Program please click here.
The registration fee includes tea and coffee on arrival. Please note that dress codes may apply at some venues.
COST- BCA INFORMATION SEMINAR
Register online and save money - receive a discount by registering online via our secure online registration page. *Note: discount applies to online registrations only.
The Increased Use of Performance sessions are free for delegates that have registered and attended the Morning BCA Update only. Strictly no walk-ins.
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Please note that online registrations close 3 days prior to each seminar.
REGISTER BY MAIL
Paying by cheque? Then click here for an editable version of the registration form which you can fill in, print and mail along with your cheque to the address below.
For further information please contact Mrs Lloy Wilson:
By Phone: 0400 275 388 or By Email: email@example.com
By Mail: BAF Consulting
PO Box 4457
Eight Mile Plains Qld 4113
REGISTRATION ON THE DAY and ATTENDANCE CERTIFICATES
BCA Information Seminars: registration and receipt of handouts commences at 9:00am in all locations, except Sydney Option 4 which commences at 1:15pm.
Increased Use of Performance sessions: registration commences at 1:00pm.
Attendance certificates will only be available at the end of the BCA seminar, to delegates that have pre-registered and checked in upon arrival. Delegates that have not pre-registered will receive their certificate by email after the seminar. Certificates for the afternoon session will be sent by email upon request.
Note: to ascertain whether you are eligible for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points, please contact the administrator of your CPD scheme.
Cancellation policy – a full refund is available for written cancellations received up to 7 days prior to the seminar. A fee of $10 may be deducted where a cancellation is made after payment is processed. No refunds for cancellations received less than 7 days prior to the event. Substitute nominees may attend at the prescribed rate. Please advise in writing 3 working days prior to the seminar so that the correct name will be available upon registration. No refunds will be available on the day. Strictly no cash payments will be accepted on the day. Please note that delegates are expected to abide by the terms and conditions of the venues.
Details correct at the time of upload. The Seminar organisers retain the right to alter any or all of the Seminar details.
Updated: 13 February 2014
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