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130068| CPD Gateway| The Painful Knee from Youth to Old Age|

Mr Deepu Sethi, Consultant Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon, has designed this evening course to provide attendees with an update on knee conditions and their treatment methods in 2018.
 
The talk will be in two parts: firstly, Mr Sethi will cover all aspects of the degenerative knee and its management options. We will discuss more commonly-presenting degenerative conditions of the knee and how to manage a patient coming to your practice and complaining of knee pain. 
 
In the second half of the evening, we shall look at the knee conditions your younger patients are more likely to complain about: sporting injuries. Mr Sethi sees a wide range of sporting injuries in his practice and so will cover a range of knee injuries, focusing on those that commonly occur from football. We shall discuss ACL injuries,ligament injuries and meniscus tears among other conditions as well as share tips on diagnosis and treatment pathways.
 
Mr Sethi is at the forefront of treatment options and so will discuss the treatment pathways that are open to patients; from conservative options (hyaluronic acid / PRP etc) to joint preservation (osteotomy, meniscus transplant, stem cell therapy etc) to the latest methods of ACL repair / reconstruction & joint replacement (biological, robotic surgery). In this talk, we will therefore focus on when to refer, how to interact with orthopaedic surgical services and how to ensure your patients can access the best treatment pathways for their condition.

Agenda:

Part One: The Degenerative Knee  


- Red flags and diagnosis  
- Conservative treatment options - injections (hyaluronic acid / PRP etc) 
- Surgical treatment options  

Part Two: The Sporting Knee 
  
- Common injuries including the cruciate ligament and football injuries 
- What’s new in the management of ACL injuries  
- Rehab methods and referral pathways 

What's Included:

admission to course, 2 hours CPD, speakers' handouts, tea and coffee on arrival, light refreshments during interval, Certificate of Attendance.

130067| The Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists| AACP Acupuncture Foundation Course - Manchester - January 2019|

AACP Foundation Acupuncture Course

This course is divided equally between direct contact time and self-directed learning. It is designed to offer participants a level of knowledge, skill and understanding that will allow them to practice acupuncture in a safe and appropriate manner, in a clinical setting.

The course provides a Western medical approach to acupuncture - grounded in current research evidence rather than in traditional Chinese philosophical thinking. This course does not cover the traditional Chinese medical approach to acupuncture, except where Western scientific theory and evidence can be used to explain concepts of traditional Chinese medicine (e.g. fascial planes and meridians).

Participants will be encouraged to critically evaluate their own clinical practice and where appropriate, challenge the current evidence base. This course is designed to provide participants with a rationale for using acupuncture as an adjunctive treatment for the management of common musculoskeletal pain conditions. Topics covered include the laboratory and radiological research which is used to explain the mechanism of acupuncture analgesia; current evidence from acupuncture clinical trials research; and the non-specific "placebo" effects associated with acupuncture analgesia. In addition to needling classical acupuncture points, participants will be introduced to the concept of myofascial trigger points, and the use of acupuncture needling for pain associated with myofascial trigger points.

Students must:

  • have HCPC physiotherapy registration
  • have CSP membership
  • be able to practise acupuncture in a clinical setting between the course parts
  • give the tutor informed consent to receive repetitive needling (with particular regard to being or trying to become pregnant).
  • be able to treat three separate patients in a safe and legal environment for their case studies. Failure to do so may affect your professional HCPC registration. (see AACP website for safety guidelines)
  • attend all 6 days of the course

 

130066| CPD Gateway| 8 Hours' CPD - Hertfordshire's 5th Orthopaedic Masterclass|

Early Bird Booking Offer - First 30 places at only £105+VAT

CPD Gateway are pleased to announce our 5th Orthopaedic Master Class taking place at Pendley Manor Hotel, Cow Lane, Tring, Hertfordshire, HP23 5QY on Saturday 13th October 2018. This interesting, exciting and innovative programme offers 7 hours CPD with all refreshments, buffet lunch and handout booklet included.

The Rotator Cuff Journey from Impingement to Tears to Arthroplasty - All You Need to Know by Mr Tony Corner, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
This lecture will present all the fundamental issues and latest techniques for the treatment of all rotator cuff pathology from simple impingement to rotator cuff tears to cuff tear arthropathy. The role of non-operative and operative techniques will be demonstrated and the principles of decision making explained. The principles of the rehabilitation for each treatment option will also be discussed. The attendees will develop a greater understand of the decision making and treatment principles for the full spectrum of rotator cuff disease.
 
Lower Back Surgery and Post-Operative Rehab by Mr James Langdon, Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon
This talk will discuss recent developments and present a framework for the investigation and management of low back pain. Mr James Langdon, Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon, will discuss the potential management options, indications for surgery as well as sharing his advice on how the AHP can work together with the surgeon to optimise patient recovery post-surgery.
The audience will gain a clear understanding of the surgery these patients are likely to receive, and how to manage these patients following intervention.
 
An Update on Elbows by Miss Tressa Amir, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Injuries to the elbow are less common than the rest of the upper limb. However, once injured, the consequences can be serious, especially if the injury is not recognised and treated early on. In this talk Miss Tressa Amir, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, will discuss some of the most common causes of pain in the elbow, and the treatment options available to provide the best possible outcome. The talk will cover the following conditions:

  • Tennis Elbow, (Elbow Epicondylitis)
  • Golfer’s Elbow, (Medial Epicondylitis)
  • Instability of the elbow

 
Advances in Hip & Knee surgery by Mr Tim Waters, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
In this session Mr Waters, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, will review the investigation and treatment of a variety of common hip & knee problems, particularly degenerative joint disease. The session will cover new techniques and materials used in joint replacements including rehabilitation and “enhanced recovery”. He will discuss the effect of the obesity epidemic on hip & knee problems. Problematic joint replacements will be reviewed, including the recently publicised problems relating to metal-on-metal implants. The talk will cover the following points:

  • Anatomy - “where do the problems arise?”
  • Examination & Investigations
  • “When joint replacements go bad...”
  • Revision joint replacements - “We can rebuild him – we have the technology”

 
The Non-Arthritic Hip; Hip Arthroscopy, Pathologies and Rehab by Mr Paul Whittingham-Jones, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon 
Mr Paul Whittingham-Jones will cover the more common conditions of the hip that occur in the younger, more active patient. This lecture will explore the causes of the pathology, the diagnosis and treatment including rehabilitation. Different presenting problems, examination techniques and diagnostic tips will be covered.
 
Diagnostics and Imaging for Primary Care Practitioners by Dr Alok Arya, Consultant Radiologist
This session will cover advice on the main diagnostic pathways to follow in relation to a number of the most common Musculoskeletal and Spinal conditions.  It will provide a practical approach to assessing your patients and will include advice on the most appropriate diagnostic referral pathways including MRI, Ultrasound  and X-ray.

  • When is it time to refer for imaging? What cues and prompts should we be looking for?
  • Asking the right diagnostic and management questions to guide the use of imaging.
  • The right tool for the job. We will look at examples of which modalities are best for investigating conditions of the shoulder, knee, ankle, hip and spine.
  • How to refer when it’s not straightforward. We will give hints and tips as to how you can steer your patient towards the imaging they need.

 
Hands and Wrists by Mr Jeremy Read, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
A talk by the leading hand and wrist surgeon Mr Jeremy Read will be confirmed shortly. Watch this space…

What's Included:

Admission to all day event, handout booklet containing speaker's notes/slides, breakfast pastries / fruit, mid morning snack, 2 course hot and cold buffet lunch, afternoon snack, Certificate of Attendance, 8 hours CPD.

130065| The Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists| AACP Clinical Acupressure for Neurological Conditions - Bath - November 2018|

Augment your skills by learning how to use hands-on energy medicine in the treatment of neurological conditions.

What is Clinical Acupressure?

It is simply the use of traditional touch and massage (based upon traditional Chinese, Ayurvedic and modern concepts) that physiotherapists may use to augment other forms of their treatment. It represents a very gentle and subtle form of bodywork that includes assessment as well as treatment.

Course Objectives

  • To understand the rationale behind Clinical Acupressure and to adapt this into treatment programmes for patients with neurological symptoms
  • To understand clearly which symptoms may be helped and which may not
  • To undrstand how to maintain therapeutic boundaries
  • To teach safe and secure practical methods both on patients and their self help

This course will be looking at;

  • Demonstration on Touch Techniques
  • Relaxation and the Importance of Hara Breathing
  • Treatment of Pain
  • Treatment of Spasm
  • Assessment of Neurological Imbalance
  • Treatment symptoms of neurological conditions dependent on delegate requirements

Day1 - 09:30 - 17:00

Day 2 - 09:30 - 16:00

Please log-in to access the discounted members' rate.

Cost: £180.00 AACP Members, £220.00 Non - AACP Members

(14 hours CPD)

130064| The Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists| AACP Acupuncture for Pregnancy related conditions Course - Newport - January 2019|

This is a 10 hour CPD course. This consists of 7.5 hours contact time and 2.5 hours self study questions to be completed and included with your certificate to be valid.

Summary

Pregnancy is a time when acupuncture can offer a valid alternative or complement to bring relief from common pregnancy pain and discomforts where conventional medical treatments are often restricted or contraindicated.

This course will give all practitioners who have contact with this patient group the necessary knowledge, practical skills and confidence to safely treat pregnant women and the various pregnancy related discomforts that present in clinic.

It will draw on the tutor's experience as an ex midwife, pain team nurse and acupuncturist to equip the practitioner with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct safe effective treatments for this patient group.

Objectives

Following this course you will be able to: able to:

  • Discuss guidelines for treating pregnant patients
  • Understand protocols for treating musculoskeletal pain in pregnancy, including Back Pain, Pelvic Girdle Pain, Carpal Tunnel and Varicosities, overdue babies and cervical ripening
  • Apply acupuncture techniques related to treating pregnancy discomforts including nausea and vomiting, varicosities, hyperemesis, headaches
  • Understand the 'red flags' to treat pregnant women safely
  • Discuss the considerations for needling pregnant women including positioning, comfort, checking mother and baby, dealing with abreactions and needle shock
  • Know the contraindicated points in pregnancy and the rationale for avoiding their use
  • Justify your treatment approaches for this patient group utilising current research
  • Adjust point prescriptions to tailor to individual requirements of pregnant woman with back pain, pelvic girdle pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, nausea / hyperemesis, varicosities, overdue babies and headaches
  • Locate and needle relevant acupoints confidently
  • Utilise useful acupressure massage points
  • Understand optimal foetal positioning and how to promote this through educating mothers

Content

Guidelines for treating in pregnancy

We will examine the special requirements of this client group in terms of health and safety, comfort and scope of professional practise.

Protocols and Techniques

Time for demonstrating and practising the relevant acupuncture points in pairs or small groups will be allocated.

Specific acupuncture point prescriptions for various conditions and pregnancy discomforts will be covered for the following:

  • Musculoskeletal pain in pregnancy
  • Back Pain
  • Pelvic Girdle Pain
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Headaches
  • Varicosities
  • Overdue babies and cervical ripening
  • Painful varicose veins
  • Hyperemesis, nausea and vomitting

Red Flags and contraindications

Understanding what is considered normal and abnormal for pregnancy and learn which points are contraindicated. We will examine the research underpinning acupuncture during pregnancy and the rationale behind why certain acupoints are considered high risk, medium risk and low risk for pregnant women.

Acupressure massage techniques

Acupressure points to teach patients for practitioners to use during in treatments or to teach as self care to patients will be covered. In addition, a set of useful points to teach in antenatal classes or to teach pregnant patients and their birth partners how to cope with back and hip pain and for a tool to cope with labour pain during the birth.

Optimal Foetal Positioning

We will end the day with a brief overview of how, with guidance from the physiotherapist, a woman can influence the positioning of baby in the latter weeks of pregnancy to ease back pain and to facilitate better birth outcomes.

Cost

  • £120.00 AACP Members
  • £160.00 Non AACP Members

Please log-in to access the discounted members rate.

130063| CPD Gateway| Manchester's Orthopaedic Masterclass: Core MSK, Pain and Sports Conditions|

We are pleased to announce our next all-day event to take place in Manchester: Manchester's Orthopaedic Masterclass: Core MSK, Pain and Sports Conditions is to be held at the Best Western Plus Pinewood Hotel on Saturday 6th October 2018 from 9.30am – 4.30pm.  The event will be delivered by 5 Leading local Consultants from the BMI Alexandra Hospital. This interesting and exciting programme offers 7 hours CPD for only £90 + VAT - this includes refreshments and 2 course lunch.

A Practical Approach to Spinal Conditions by Mr Joshi George, Consultant Neurosurgeon
Most neurological problems fortunately do not require surgery and for many other problems, surgery remains an option - as opposed to a necessity. Mr Joshi George, Consultant Neurosurgeon, will share his more than 20 years’ experience and will cover the main conditions both successfully and unsuccessfully treated by spinal neurosurgeons, using present and past surgical techniques.

In this talk, we will also focus on when to refer, how to interact with spinal surgical services and ensure your patients can access the required treatment pathways.
 
Young Arthritic Knees – Do These Patients Really Just Have To Live With It? by Mr Wiqqas Jamil, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Managing young patients with osteoarthritis of the knees is a clinically challenging problem in clinical practise. In this talk Mr Wiqqas Jamil shall highlight and interactively discuss various conservative options, injection therapies and viable surgical options.

Mr Wiqqas Jamil, Consultant Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon, will share his expertise in the treatment options available to young patients presenting with a range of pain, swelling and mechanical symptoms in the knee.  He will  cover conditions such as osteoarthritis and osteochondral defects.

This promises to be an interactive and informal talk, discussing conservative measures to be considered when treating lower limb pain as well as the suitability of various injection therapies. Mr Jamil will also highlight the viable surgical options for each condition and discuss when you should refer onwards.
 
What A Sports Doctor Can Do For You by Dr Leon Creaney, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine
Historically, family doctors, therapists and other consultants refer patients with sports injuries to surgical specialities, however up to 90% of musculoskeletal conditions are treated non-operatively. As Physicians, Sport & Musculoskeletal doctors specialise in the non-surgical treatment of conditions, and work very closely with surgeons to optimise patient selection for surgery.  
If your patient needs a diagnosis and treatment plan for their sports injury, is looking to prevent future injuries or would like specialist advice in training plans, then this is when the Sports Doctor has a role.
Join Dr Creaney as he covers the main conditions successfully treated by sports doctors and demystifies how a consultant physician with MSK / sports speciality can fit into your patient’s treatment plans.
 
The Good, The Bad and The Evil in Hand Surgery by Ms Ladan Hajipour, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Using a series of case examples, Ms Ladan Hajipour, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, will highlight the most common hand and wrist conditions that she sees in her practice. The emphasis of this talk will be on recognition and diagnosis of likely pathologies and what treatment options are open to patients.

Attendees can expect to take away from this talk increased confidence in the assessment of multiple hand and wrist pathologies and knowledge of the treatment pathways available for their patients. Ms Hajipour will also go through simple and rapid examination techniques, as well as referral and management guidelines.
 
Upper Limb Problems and Litigation: A Clinician’s Guide to the Commonly Missed Pathologies of the Shoulder and Elbow by Mr Martin Holt, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Mr Martin Holt, Chairman of the British Elbow and Shoulder Society (BESS) Education committee, will discuss pathologies of the shoulder and elbow; focusing on those conditions which are easy to overlook or misdiagnose.
The shoulder and elbow are complex joints with many pathologies presenting as pain and stiffness. It is important to be able to establish the correct diagnosis in order to initiate treatment. Mr Holt will therefore share his more than 20 years’ experience in the clinical assessment and treatment of a number of conditions that he sees regularly in his practice – and shares advice on what to do when you see them in yours. 

What's Included:

Admission to all day event, handout booklet containing speaker's notes/slides, breakfast pastries / fruit, mid morning snack, 2 course hot and cold buffet lunch, afternoon snack, Certificate of Attendance, 7 hours CPD.

Cost:

£90+VAT

130062| University of Portsmouth| APC Workshop.|

APC Workshop

Wednesday 10th July 2019

1pm to 4pm

 

This course has been designed to support candidates for the Assessment of Professional Competence.

The learning outcomes of this course include:

Submission documents:

• choosing and preparing the case study

• how to write the summary of experience record and what constitutes a good level of experience

• Continued Professional Development

• the log book and online ethics test

Preparing for the final assessment

• structure of the final assessment

• what makes a good presentation

• how the candidate can clearly demonstrate their competency in all the required areas

• what the assessors are looking for

• the importance of RICS ethics and code of conduct Speaker

Clare Montague is the RICS Regional Training Adviser for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight together with Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire.

Course Costs

  • For APC candidates - the price is £60.00 per course

 

130061| University of Portsmouth| Apprentice CPD Day|

Apprentice CPD Day

Wednesday 12th June 2019

1.50pm to 5.10pm

This course is designed to provide an overview of the latest developments within the RICS and other professional institutions. It links the Apprenticeship route with professional practice and it explains in detail the responsibilities of becoming a Chartered Surveyor.

The learning outcomes of this course include:

• an overview of the various Apprenticeship routes to becoming Chartered or associate members of the RICS

• understanding of current professional issues

• the importance of professional ethics

• preparation for the Assessment of Professional Competence

• the relevance of CPD

 

Speaker

Tim Goodhead is a former Head of the School of Environmental Design and Management at the University of Portsmouth, which, at the time encompassed Architecture, Civil Engineering and Surveying. He is also a former Dean of the Faculty of Technology. He is currently the CPD coordinator and has a long-standing interest in the built environment, marine, and health and safety issues.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130060| University of Portsmouth| London King's Cross Revisited|

London King's Cross Revisited

Wednesday 5th June 2019

1.50pm to 5.10pm

In 2001, Argent, was selected as development partner by the land-owners, in the creation of a new mixed-use neighbourhood, with its own postcode, N1C. Today, this rich and varied place of homes, offices, cultural venues, shops, restaurants, schools – and a signature destination in the University of the Creative Arts – is reaching final stages of completion.

Set within 67 acres, of which 40 per cent is publically accessible landscaped space, are an array of buildings by leading architectural practices such as Allies & Morrison, Wilkinson Eyre and Stanton Williams, with the largest building of all currently underconstruction – a mega-ground-scraper HQ for Google, designed by Thomas Heatherwick & Danish group Bjarke Ingels. Thomas Heatherwick’s ingenious ‘kissing-roofs’ designer shopping mall, known as Coal Drop, will be completed this year. Quality of design, construction and landscaping – and speed development – have within a very short period, made King’s Cross Central, both a destination in its own  right and an integral part of the capital’s urban fabric.

Meet in St Pancras main line station at The Meeting – large statue of embracing couple situated at the southern end beneath the station clock. This course consists of two elements: a guided walk and a lecture.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• an appreciation of the complexity of urban regeneration

• understanding of mixed use developments

• an explanation of synergy provided by individual developments to other developments

• the relevance of a sense of space and place in design

Speaker

David Thompson is a former Magazine Art Editor and now London Blue Badge Tourist Guide and City of London Guide. He lectures in the History of English Architecture both historic and contemporary.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00per course

 

130059| University of Portsmouth| Fort Nelson|

Fort Nelson

Wednesday 22nd May 2018

1.50pm to 5.10pm

Fort Nelson lies to the north of Portsmouth on Portsdown Hill. Construction started in 1862 and was part of a ring of forts constructed to surround Portsmouth to protect it from advances in gun technology. The fear was that a potential enemy would attack from the land take possession of the hill and bombard Portsmouth so rather unusually its defensive gun emplacements face inland. This course will look at the immense construction issues in creating the Fort, the built environment conservation issues involved in present times and the resultant conservation issues for the Royal Armouries Collection based at Fort Nelson.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• construction issues involving immense quantities of bricks and mortar

• the techniques and skills involved in conserving and managing this historic estate

• the relationship between conserving historic artefacts in the context of a large historic structure

• a tour of the site leading to an understanding of the management of historic built environment sites

Speaker

Tim Goodhead is a former Head of the School of Environmental Design and Management at the University of Portsmouth, which, at the time encompassed Architecture, Civil Engineering and Surveying. He is also a former Dean of the Faculty of Technology. He is currently the CPD coordinator and has a long-standing interest in the built environment, marine, and health and safety issues.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130058| University of Portsmouth| Understanding Trees, Property and Liability.|

Understanding Trees, Property and Liability.

 

Wednesday 15th May 2018

1.50pm to 5.10pm

apart from their visual and environmental contribution, can also contribute to concerns for property owners and surveyors. This course looks at the conditions that give rise to tree problems, examines the specific circumstances in which tree damage occurs and reviews the case law with regard to both damage and the owner’s duty of care. Most importantly, it includes a tour of the trees looking at species and the common problems that they pose.

Founded in 1759 Kew Gardens is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kew has the largest, most diverse collections of living and preserved botanical specimens in the world. Kew contains a vast collection of over 14,000 trees.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• soil conditions and subsidence

• circumstances in which tree related damage occurs

• BS 5837:2012 ‘Trees in relation to design, demolition and construction – recommendations’

• liability and key cases: tree related damage; the owners duty of care

• tour of trees covers identification, suitability for use in the built environment, and problems and the management of risk

 

Speakers

Tony Kirkham is Head of Arboretum at Kew but is better known as the presenter of the BBC2 programmes: A Year at Kew and The Trees that Made Britain. He holds the RHS award of Associate of Honour for services to horticulture.

Martin Dobson is the principal of Martin Dobson Associates. He deals with planning and TPO applications and appeals, subsidence investigations, tree surveys and tree hazard assessments together with providing an Expert Witness service.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130057| University of Portsmouth| Building Defects and Surveys - Afternoon Session.|

Building Defects and Surveys - Afternoon Session.

 

Wednesday 1st May 2019

1.50pm to 5.10pm

The University of Portsmouth has its own detached property, a former Caretaker's ‘Lodge’ that has been turned into a ’laboratory’ for the study of building surveys. The lodge will be the location for this CPD enabling delegates to have a hands on approach in this seminar. A practical exercise will start the session which will then be reviewed against the known case history of the building. This will be followed by an explanation of how more advanced surveying techniques might be used by the practicing building surveyor.

Because of the capacity of the Lodge numbers are limited to 10 delegates on each session.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• practical workshop

• residential survey reporting

• defect diagnosis

• schedule of condition

• use of equipment

• thermal imaging

 

Speakers

Stephen Neale BSc (Hons) BA (Hons) MRICS MCMI is a Chartered Building Surveyor responsible for construction technology subjects at the University of Portsmouth. He previously ran his own Building Surveying consultancy specialising in defect diagnosis and commercial energy assessment.

Ray Faulkner is the Managing Director of iRed Ltd, a company set up in 2002 before thermography was accepted as a mainstream inspection tool. Ray currently sits on the BINDT Working Group that oversees the PCN certification scheme and the BSI working group for ISO Standards involving thermography.

Bruce Arnold CEng, FIMechE, MCIBSE is a thermographer and a senior trainer at iRed. He is a chartered engineer and immediate past-chairman of the IMechE’s Construction and Building Services Division. Bruce conducts thermographic building surveys on behalf of iRed specialising in residential investigative and dispute resolution projects.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130056| University of Portsmouth| Building Defects and Surveys - Morning Session.|

Building Defects and Surveys - Morning Session.

 

Wednesday 1st May 2019

9.20am to 12.40pm

The University of Portsmouth has its own detached property, a former Caretaker's ‘Lodge’ that has been turned into a ’laboratory’ for the study of building surveys. The lodge will be the location for this CPD enabling delegates to have a hands on approach in this seminar. A practical exercise will start the session which will then be reviewed against the known case history of the building. This will be followed by an explanation of how more advanced surveying techniques might be used by the practicing building surveyor.

Because of the capacity of the Lodge numbers are limited to 10 delegates on each session.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• practical workshop

• residential survey reporting

• defect diagnosis

• schedule of condition

• use of equipment

• thermal imaging

 

Speakers

Stephen Neale BSc (Hons) BA (Hons) MRICS MCMI is a Chartered Building Surveyor responsible for construction technology subjects at the University of Portsmouth. He previously ran his own Building Surveying consultancy specialising in defect diagnosis and commercial energy assessment.

Ray Faulkner is the Managing Director of iRed Ltd, a company set up in 2002 before thermography was accepted as a mainstream inspection tool. Ray currently sits on the BINDT Working Group that oversees the PCN certification scheme and the BSI working group for ISO Standards involving thermography.

Bruce Arnold CEng, FIMechE, MCIBSE is a thermographer and a senior trainer at iRed. He is a chartered engineer and immediate past-chairman of the IMechE’s Construction and Building Services Division. Bruce conducts thermographic building surveys on behalf of iRed specialising in residential investigative and dispute resolution projects.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130054| University of Portsmouth| Housing Issues : Supply and Affordability.|

Housing Issues : Supply and Affordability.

 

Wednesday 27th March 2019

1.50pm to 5.10pm

Housing supply has not kept up with demand and output of both private and social housing for several years. Shortage of supply inevitably creates upward pressure on prices and gives rise to complex and multi-faceted affordability issues. Government policies for housing are extremely contentious and are seen by many as more likely to compound than to resolve problems.

This course identifies the key issues, examines the underlying causes, draws on international comparisons and considers possible solutions.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• origins, causes and nature roots of the housing crisis

• supply in the private and social sectors

• affordability

• new legislation and government policies

• international comparisons

• development case study

• challenges to housing agencies

• recent political pressure including Brexit and other political pressures

Speaker

Michael Newey is Chief Executive of the Broadland Group and Past President of the RICS. He has extensive experience of practice in the private sector before specialising in the housing sector, alongside significant international experience and has advised on housing policy to government in the UK and Australia.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130053| University of Portsmouth| The Planning System in 2019|

The Planning System in 2019

 

Wednesday 27th March 2019

9.20am to 12.40pm

Planning is characterised by continuous change in legislation, procedures, practice and case law and practitioners struggle to keep abreast of it all. This annual course is designed to meet the need for a concise and accessible update. It examines the implementation of legislation and the effects on practice of the seemingly endless flow of new statutory instruments and changes to government policies set out in National Planning Practice Guidance and the National Planning Policy Framework. The courts remain busy testing the lawfulness of decisions and Brexit will have significant implications.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• recent political changes and emerging issues

• main planning provisions of amending legislation

• the National Planning Policy Framework and National Planning Practice Guidance

• changes to statutory instruments: use classes; permitted development; and development management procedure

• planning obligations and the Community Infrastructure Levy

• key cases

• what does the future hold?

Speaker

Bernard Webster is now a Visiting Lecturer in the School of Civil Engineering and Surveying at the University of Portsmouth. He originally qualified as a planner in 1970 and since 1973 has worked in surveying higher education, including delivering more than 250 CPD sessions on planning topics.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130052| University of Portsmouth| Thermal Imaging Building Surveys|

Thermal Imaging Building Surveys

 

Wednesday 20th March 2019

1.50pm to 5.10pm

This course provides an introduction to new building thermographic survey and image analysis techniques that have been developed to quantify the extent and severity of thermal anomalies in new-build and refurbished residential and commercial buildings. Delivered by iRed Remote Sensing, a company providing specialist ground and aerial surveys. iRed is also an approved ABBE assessment centre and delivers PCNcertificated in-house training.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• infrared thermography

• residential infrared surveys and HQM

• commercial infrared surveys and BREEAM

• typical building thermal anomalies

• human factors and thermal comfort

• quantitative analysis

• categorising thermal anomalies

• thermographer competence

 

Speaker

Ray Faulkner is the Managing Director of iRed Ltd, a company set up in 2002 before thermography was accepted as a mainstream inspection tool. Ray currently sits on the BINDT Working Group that oversees the PCN certification scheme and the BSI working group for ISO Standards involving thermography.

Bruce Arnold CEng, FIMechE, MCIBSE is a thermographer and a senior trainer at iRed. He is a chartered engineer and immediate past-chairman of the IMechE’s Construction and Building Services Division. Bruce conducts thermographic building surveys on behalf of iRed specialising in residential investigative and dispute resolution projects.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130051| University of Portsmouth| Construction Project Management|

Construction Project Management

 

Wednesday 20th March 2019

9.20am to 12.40pm

This course outlines the changing nature of construction project management environment with the rapid development of construction technology.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• why projects fail: the pressure for change

• the complexity of the design and construction process

• the role of specialist trade contractors

• organisation for effective communication and collaboration

• quality construction

• case studies including tall buildings

 

 

Speaker

Dr Salam Al-Bizri is a senior lecturer in construction project management at the University of Portsmouth. Prior to her current appointment, Salam was a researcher at the University of Reading

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130050| University of Portsmouth| Statistics for Non-Statisticians|

Statistics for Non-Statisticians

 

Wednesday 13th March 2019

1.50pm to 5.10pm

This course provides a refresher on how to collect, appraise and analyse data to form statistics. No prior knowledge of this area of mathematics is required. The course has been designed to develop skills in the analysis of data and to enable the delegate to be constructively critical of statistics in the future. This course will enable you to analyse statistics presented to you in the work place. Property statistics will be presented for background discussion and again no prior statistical knowledge is required.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• statistics and data

• probability

• variables

• sampling

• correlation and regression

Speaker

Fiona Message is a Senior Lecturer in the Learning at Work Department at the University of Portsmouth. Fiona has taught Mathematics and Statistics at every level from GCSE to degree. Fiona is also a highly skilled tutor in this subject area.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130049| University of Portsmouth| Health and Safety - Managing a Changing Workplace|

Health and Safety - Managing a changing workplace

 

Wednesday 13th March 2019

9.20am to 12.40pm

The world of work is evolving at a rapid place, which affects the types of hazards and risks that can impact those at work or affected by work practices. Managing safety within the UK has a good reputation, however the figures for managing ill-health and mental health are becoming more prominent. This course aims to provide those with health and safety responsibilities an appreciation of failing to manage these risks and to understand how they can promote and manage health and safety effectively now and in the future.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• the changing world of work

• current health and safety priorities

• integrating health and safety into core business

• managing health and wellbeing at work

• preparing for the future

 

Speaker

Michelle Juchau is a Chartered member of IOSH and Programme Leader of the postgraduate Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management courses at the University of Portsmouth. She has a wealth of experience both in the enforcement and practice of health and safety, gained from her time as HM Inspector of Health and Safety, a Health and Safety Manager within the private sector and now as an academic in the field.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130048| University of Portsmouth| Looking for Asbestos.|

Looking for Asbestos

 

Wednesday 6th March 2019

1.50pm to 5.10pm

Understanding and managing asbestos risks in buildings is still a major concern for property professionals. There are still large numbers of non-domestic buildings containing asbestos in some form. Asbestos poses continuing problems for their maintenance, repair, modernisation, alteration and redevelopment. An asbestos survey is a fundamental part of managing the risk and potential removal. Practitioners need to be aware of the issues and up-to-date with procedures and regulations, what to look for and when to call in a specialist.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

Background issues:

• use and location of asbestos in buildings

• classification of types and recognition

• assessment of risk

• legislative and regulatory framework

• current asbestos survey guidelines

Surveyor responsibility:

• surveying for asbestos

• high risk buildings

• managing the register

• when to call in a specialist

Costs and difficulties:

• removal procedures

• practical issues involved in removal

• potential costs

 

Speaker

Graham Dewey is a building surveyor and a health and safety specialist with enormous and wide-ranging professional experience. He has specialised in health and safety work for major NHS trusts as well as many other institutions.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130047| University of Portsmouth| Party Walls, Health and Safety and Other Legislation|

Party Walls, Health and Safety and Other Legislation

 

Wednesday 6th March 2019

9.20am to 12.40pm

The concept of a party wall is at first sight relatively straightforward, but in reality is highly complex. Legislation in the form of the Party Wall Act 1996 forms a basis for the management/development of a party wall but there are many other issues to consider.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• legislation

• access

• health and safety issues

• development issues

• practical considerations

Speaker

Graham Dewey is a building surveyor and a health and safety specialist with enormous and wide-ranging professional experience. He has specialised in health and safety work for major NHS trusts as well as many other institutions.

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Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130046| University of Portsmouth| Business Improvements for Organisations|

Business Improvements for Organisations

 

Wednesday 27th February 2019

1.50pm to 5.10pm

This course looks at how organisations can improve their business skills. Using techniques developed internationally originally in engineering this CPD will look at how these techniques can be applied to businesses in property land and construction.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• business improvement for organisations

• tools for business improvement

• improving processes

• focusing on improving business

Speaker

David Thompson is an engineer that has a particular interest in applying engineering techniques to business organisations. He has worked both in industry and education where he was a former Head of an Engineering Department.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130045| University of Portsmouth| Waterproofing Below Ground Structures and Existing Basements|

Waterproofing Below Ground Structures and Existing Basements

 

Wednesday 27th February 2019

9.20am to 12.40pm

Structural waterproofing is the term that describes methods used to prevent groundwater entering building structures that are below ground, which is required when a new underground structure is created or an existing basement is refurbished to provide a usable or habitable space. Waterproofing and drainage are important where groundwater is likely to build up in the soil and cause hydrostatic pressure (ground water under pressure) to be exerted on the walls and floors of the basement structure. Surveyors must be aware of all types of structural waterproofing systems, British Standard BS8102: 2009, and the design, planning and installation stages of any structural waterproofing projects below ground.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• understanding Structural Waterproofing

• BS8102: 2009 “Code of practice for protection of below ground structures against water from the ground”

• waterproofing design

• structural waterproofing systems

• methods of waterproofing and water management

• other relevant guidance

 

Speaker

Mike Bromley is a Building Surveyor with over 40 years’ experience. Mike recently retired from the Property Care Association (PCA), in January 2017, where he was Technical Manager from May 2013. This followed a four year period of senior management for a National Property Care Company and two years working as a specialist surveyor in the property-care industry. He previously worked for BWPDA (predecessor of PCA) between 1990 and 2007.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130044| University of Portsmouth| Professional Ethics|

Professional Ethics

 

Wednesday 5th December 2018

1.50pm to 5.10pm

 

All Chartered Institutions have a strong code of ethics. This event will provide an overview of the key components of this code. Using RICS practice, guidance and information papers, you will understand specific requirements of professional ethics for your organisation.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• chartered institutions

• the role of the code of ethics

• practice requirements

• guidance notes

• information papers

• case studies

 

Speaker

Tim Goodhead is a former Head of the School of Environmental Design and Management at the University of Portsmouth, which, at the time encompassed Architecture, Civil Engineering and Surveying. He is also a former Dean of the Faculty of Technology. He is currently the CPD coordinator and has a long-standing interest in the built environment, marine, and health and safety issues.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130043| University of Portsmouth| Understanding Current Practice in Building Services|

Understanding Current Practice in Building Services

 

Wednesday 5th December 2018

9.20am to 12.40pm

New regulations and the ever-changing expectations of occupiers lead to constant changes in the choice of building services available. This session deals with current trends on a need-to know basis focussing on the significance to property owners, occupiers and professionals. It will range over SBEM and SAP calculations, the bearing they have on heating and ventilation systems together with new approaches to lighting. The choices of available systems will be considered along with new technologies currently available for use in new buildings and retrofit. The pitfalls and shortcomings of some systems will be considered and simple steps to recognise and identify many of the systems and features will be discussed.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• the impact of innovation and new regulations on:

• heating

• ventilation – including mechanical and natural ventilation systems

• hot water systems

• lighting technologies

• comfort cooling/air conditioning

• the impact of new technologies on initial design and their potential for retrofitting

• limitations on applicability and problems in practice

• SBEM and SAP

• recognising what you find – examples of not so common systems from records of actual surveys

Speakers

Jeff Ware and David Baldrey specialise in all forms of electrical and mechanical aspects of the building services and construction industry. Their diverse range of work includes: design and specification; surveying; feasibility studies; inspections; valuations; reports and recommendations.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130042| University of Portsmouth| Accounting Valuation Issues|

Accounting Valuation Issues

 

Wednesday 28th November 2018

1.50pm to 5.10pm

This course provides a deeper understanding of the financial statements, with a particular focus on the importance of cash flow. The inherent differences between cash flow and profit are also explored, including their impact on financial statement presentation and evaluation. The course will enable the attendee to develop a deeper understanding of property costs and market values and how an accountant determines them.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• review of financial statements and their classification

• the importance of cash flow

• the difference between cash flow and profit and how it impacts daily business decisions

• interpreting the cash flow statement

• the difference between the historical cost and the market value of property assets

• the issues an accountant must incorporate when valuing the net worth of a business, including its tangible property and others assets

Speaker

Garland Jaskiewicz has had a progressive career in business and finance spanning over 25 years. This includes public practice accountancy at KPMG and Ernst & Young in the USA, as well as self-employed financial consultancy in a number of other countries.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130041| University of Portsmouth| Accounting for Non-Accountants|

Accounting for Non-Accountants

 

Wednesday 28th November 2018

9.20am to 12.40pm

 

This course provides an overview of key financial and accounting issues relating to land, property and construction. It provides both a refresher and an introduction to the world of company accounts. You will develop an understanding of the role of accounting, financial accounting, financial reporting and management accounting.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• explain the context and purpose of financial and management accounting

• understanding balance sheets and profit and loss accounts

• account classification and recording transactions

• key financial statement ratio analyses

• interpreting company accounts using property/construction case studies

 

Speaker

Garland Jaskiewicz has had a progressive career in business and finance spanning over 25 years. This includes public practice accountancy at KPMG and Ernst & Young in the USA, as well as self-employed financial consultancy in a number of other countries.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

130040| University of Portsmouth| Making Commercial Buildings Energy Efficient|

Making Commercial Buildings Energy Efficient

 

Wednesday 21st November 2018

1.50pm to 5.10pm

 

It is estimated that lighting, heating and cooling our existing domestic and commercial buildings account for approximately 44 per cent of carbon emissions in England and Wales, and 80 per cent of the buildings we will occupy in 2050 have already been built. The challenge we face is to reduce energy demands and carbon impacts for existing buildings to maximise their life span. Energy efficiency targets are already in place, such as Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) for buildings, which could make a third of current buildings untransactable. Technologically driven solutions are in demand, through differential pricing of energy, off grid energy sources and local energy storage. There will also be increasing focus on energy efficient retrofitting and passive measures such as insulation.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• challenge for existing buildings

• time line for change

• legal and economic drivers

• available and emerging enabling technologies

• assessment and prioritisation process

• appropriate project management and funding mechanisms

 

Speaker

Emma Hutchinson is a Chartered Engineer with over 20 years’ experience in the energy industry in roles ranging from contract negotiations and energy trading to energy efficiency project feasibility and design.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00per course

 

130039| University of Portsmouth| Understanding the Effects of Dampness and Decay in Buildings.|

Understanding the Effects of Dampness and Decay in Buildings

 

Wednesday 21st November 2018

9.20am to 12.40pm

Practitioners and property owners need to be able to distinguish between condensation and dampness, to recognise the causes in specific cases and to make judgements as to how they may be dealt with. Moisture in buildings continues to present problems, even though awareness of the need for energy conservation and changes to the building regulations have influenced both the design of buildings and the behaviour of their occupiers. Mould growth is common to buildings that have damp environments caused by inadequate heating, poor ventilation, incorrect or inappropriate insulation and the wrong lifestyle living conditions.

This course focuses on diagnosis removal of the moisture at the source and drying the environment.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• moisture in buildings and materials

• surface and interstitial condensation

• rising and penetrating damp

• contaminant salts

• dry rot and wet rot fungal attacks

• identification and investigation of problems

• examples and case studies

• control measure available and the reduction of residual moisture

Speaker

Mike Bromley is a Building Surveyor with over 40 years’ experience. Mike recently retired from the Property Care Association (PCA), in January 2017, where he was Technical Manager from May 2013. This followed a four year period of senior management for a National Property Care Company and two years working as a specialist surveyor in the property-care industry. He previously worked for BWPDA (predecessor of PCA) between 1990 and 2007.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00per course

 

130038| University of Portsmouth| Construction and Property Taxation|

Construction and Property Taxation

 

Wednesday 14th November 2018

1.50pm to 5.10pm

Property professionals often believe tax is not that relevant to their day job – but understanding the tax impact can improve the yield on investments, boost client cash flows, or simply save them money. Many surveyors can find themselves at a greater advantage by understanding specialist property tax areas, therefore can add value to those either dealing with issues themselves, for clients or in larger projects. This course uses detailed case studies relating to the application of some of the key taxes impacting commercial and residential property. The content will be relevant to the current issues in autumn 2018.

The learning outcomes of this course provide an understanding of:

• introduction to taxation issues in property and construction

• capital allowances

• land remediation tax relief

• Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)

• repairs, maintenance and dilapidations

• professional negligence and dispute resolution

• other current property tax issues

 

Speaker

Alun Oliver is a leading expert in property taxation, working for Nigel Rose and Partners, WS Atkins, Ernst and Young, Crosher and James and EC Harris before establishing E3 in 2003. He is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor and has extensive involvement in the RICS and is a highly experienced CPD presenter.

Course Costs

  • The standard price for a half day course is £105.00
  • For Individual and Organisations booking three or more half day courses at one time can obtain the courses for £90.00 each course as a multirate discount
  • For APC candidates/Retired attendees/Apprenticeship rate - the price is £70.00 per course

 

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