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Found 33 short duration training standards. The standards are sorted in alphabetical order

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Applying surface finishes to external wall insulation introduction

The purpose of this standard is to provide the delegate with the knowledge to further support their learning with the following: carrying out pre and post installation checks; types of surface finishes; hazards with resources; protecting work and work area from damage; minimising thermal bridging; installing vapour control barriers; recognising specific requirements for structures of special interest, traditional construction and historical significance; recognising when specialist skills are required; how to communicate with your team and others; looking after tools and equipment; working at height and safe use of access equipment and harness systems.

Building construction and terminology

The purpose of this standard is to provide the delegate with the knowledge to support the following: types of roof structures: characteristics of foundations, functions of external load bearing walls, upper timber floor construction, ground floor - suspended timber floor construction, ground floor - solid floors, partitions, timber frame housing, windows, doors and door frames, plaster work, services.

Building preservation introduction

The purpose of this standard is to provide the delegate with the knowledge to support the following: the role of a building preservation technician, different routes within specialised trades, when preservation is required, surveys and inspections

Certificated surveyor in structural waterproofing (CSSW) examination preparation

The purpose of training delivered against this standard is to refresh and update candidates with the knowledge to achieve the certificate of: Certificated surveyor in structural waterproofing (CSSW).

Certificated surveyor of timber and dampness in buildings (CSTDB) examination preparation

The purpose of training delivered against this standard is to prepare candidates for the examination to achieve the certificate: Certificated surveyor of timber & dampness in buildings (CSTDB)

Condensation and atmospheric moisture management course

The purpose of training delivered against this standard is to provide candidates with the knowledge to analyse raw information collected by atmospheric data loggers, present this to the homeowner or property professional, and devise rectification strategies.

Evaluating ventilation in existing buildings

This standard is in development and will be published shortly.

Exposure of a dry rot outbreak

The purpose of this standard is to provide the delegate with the knowledge and skills to support the following: identifying dry rot, biology and capabilities of dry rot, opening up when permitted, understanding and using exposure strips, what to do when the structural integrity has been compromised, preparation, removing plaster, exposing embedded timbers, drilling embedded timbers, safe disposal of waste

Exterior wall surface preparation and the application of a surface water repellent

The purpose of this standard is to provide the delegate with the knowledge and skills to support the following: interpreting information, recognising suitable and non-suitable wall surfaces, preparation of surfaces, applying surface water repellents, removing masking and protective coverings, removing self-erected access

Heat drying equipment

This standard is in development and will be published shortly