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Understanding, Developing and Accepting Appropriate Performance Solutions for Disability Access

Providing access for everyone in the community means an investment in infrastructure which supports future proofing of assets. However, meeting access requirements in existing buildings can be challenging.

As the Building Code of Australia (BCA) moves towards more Performance Based Solutions, it is imperative that industry professionals have an understanding of what are acceptable Performance Solutions for Access. What is achievable, what is appropriate as well as what is inappropriate is important to understand.

The aim of this workshop is to support professionals who may need to develop Performance Solutions for Access as well as those who may be Accepting Performance Solutions for Access. Please refer to the Access Institute – Performance Solutions for Access – Session Overview 2018.

Presented by key industry experts in the field including:

  • Ms. Joe Manton – Director of Access Institute;
  • Mr. Lee Wilson – Director of Egress Group and Access Central;
  • Ms. Andrea Patsouris – Building Surveyor, Engineer and Accredited Access Consultant; and
  • Mr. Adam Buzasi – Associate Director of 3D Access.

Places are strictly limited so register now. CPD Certificates provided to all participants. Course Cost $380.00 (plus GST).

Locations and Dates:

Parkville, Victoria: 30 November 2018 9.30am – 3.30pm, IKON Park, Royal Parade, Parkville – Fully subscribed

Please contact Access Institute to register your interest in this workshop for 2019

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Out of stock!Melb PSA$418.0030 Nov 2018 (9.30am - 3.30pm)

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‘I want to thank you for a fantastic course yesterday. I always love learning new things in different ways and yesterday, I learnt even more about Universal Design in playspaces and public places. Your educators were passionate and knowledgeable and really engaging. Thank you for making such a big difference in the way places are designed. I reckon every landscape architect should do your course at a minimum before they are qualified to design places! All the best.’ — Bec Ho (Executive Officer), Touched by Olivia Foundation