CIBSE Training launches new 2019 training programme
Posted: 31 October 2018
Flexibility is the overarching theme of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) recently released training programme for 2019.
Designed in consultation with member companies, the programme for the coming year includes new subject areas as well as a very flexible range of delivery options, allowing individuals to meet their CPD requirements with a mix of remote, offsite and onsite training programmes.
For the next year, this sees CIBSE providing a wide range of public courses, dates and locations, covering topics such as: electrical services, energy efficiency, facilities management, fire safety, lighting, mechanical services, water services, digital engineering, and public health. These are complemented by online soft skills, digital engineering, and core engineering modules.
CIBSE has developed its training into a number of online module packages that can be accesssed remotely. In-house training, allowing a number of individuals to receive instruction at the same time, is also an option. The key is flexibility and candidates may request a combination of delivery channels to suit them.
Charlotte Stubbs, CIBSE Training Group Manager, commented:
“This new programme will offer open course, inhouse and online training solutions that benefit built environment professionals and organisations. We continue to develop and update our courses, and this year we will launch courses on drainage, updated regulations, and new online learning modules on acoustics and fire safety.“
In addition, CIBSE Training provides a range of bespoke corporate offerings including graduate training solutions, in-house training and online learning module packages.
For more information on CIBSE Training and to view the newly released training programme visit cibse.org/training or email@example.com
About CIBSE Training
CIBSE Training offers a wide variety of one to three-day courses from introductory to more advanced levels, covering energy assessor training, building services and CPD (continuing professional development) courses, supported with a range of online learning modules.