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Delivered Live Online via Zoom

New access provisions for housing have been introduced into the National Construction Code (NCC). This means there are significant changes to requirements for housing, which will improve livability to homes across Australia.

These changes are detailed in the ABCB Livable Housing Design Standard that is referenced by the NCC.

It is important for all professionals working in the design and development of housing, as well as building certifiers and surveyors responsible for certification of new dwellings, to understand and apply these provisions appropriately.

It will also be important for specified professionals to be able to undertake assessments of the new provisions to support certification and confirm compliance to enhance the efficiency of planning and building approval processes.

This session will provide the opportunity for specified professionals to become LHDS Assessors with access to Assessment Forms/ Statements of Compliance Templates and an Assessor Logo to use to advertising their services. In addition, all successful candidates of the LHDS Assessor Course and online exam, will be eligible to have their details listed on the Access Institute website where they can be viewed by potential clients wishing to engage their services as an LHDS Assessor.

Presented by industry expert and Access Institute Director (Ms) Joe Manton.

Book now to secure your place. CPD Certificates will be provided to all participants.

2.5 hour session Fee: $400 (plus GST) per session.

Dates and Times:

  • Delivered Live Online via Zoom: 6 August 2024, 11.00am – 1.30pm, Melbourne Time.

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LHDS Aug$440.006 August (11.00am - 1.30pm)

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‘The course has been interesting, challenging, rewarding and very professionally and expertly delivered. I look forward to utilising the skills I have developed to enhance my current role and to enhance access, inclusion and equity for all now and into the future.’ — Leanne Wishart, Wellington Shire Council