'Glass as a Construction Material', Tuesday 4th September 2012: In-house CPD Breakfast

If you haven’t yet had the chance to hear our RIBA accredited CPD 'Glass as a Construction Material', why not book your place for our CPD breakfast at Cantifix on Tuesday 4th September?

Glass as a Construction Material   Date: Tuesday 4th September 2012Time: 9.00amLocation: Cantifix Ltd, Unit 22 Garrick Industrial Centre, London NW9 6AQ Ideal for smaller practices who find it difficult to host their own CPD sessions, the seminar aims to highlight rapid technological advances in glass; which have altered parameters.Reliable and RIBA assessed, this CPD offers you the chance to expand your technical expertise and be inspired by the innovative possibilities of architectural glazing.

Glass as a Construction Material is part of the RIBA Core Curriculum - so you can double the learning points you add to your CPD record.

Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis – so email us to reserve your spot!

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Date: 15 August 2012
Source: www.cantifix.co.uk

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