DE9: Soft Landings and Government Soft Landings
The Digital Engineering Series is a growing portfolio. It has nine parts, each module consisting of two hours’ worth of content. These courses are for those involved in all stages of a project: engagement, design, construction, handover, and use of a constructed asset. 2 Hours CPD.
These Digital Engineering Series modules reflect the contents of the BS and PAS 1192 series. These have now been largely superseded by the ISO 19650 series. However, the processes and procedures remain the same, even if some of their names have changed. For better understanding of these changes, please refer to PD 19650-0, which covers the transition from the “1192 series” to the ISO 19650 series.
This course covers the topic of Soft Landings (SL) and Government Soft Landings (GSL) logic and use. It covers areas including general principles, standards which define SL and GSL use, the processes within Soft Landings and how the process may be used to facilitate better operations and maintenance performance of a constructed asset.
Make your way through this course at your own pace with the following:
- DE9: Soft Landings and Government Soft Landings Topics
- Additional Resources
- Activity Pages
- CPD Certificate on completion
This course covers:
- BSRIA Publications
- Soft Landings Core Principles
- Soft Landings work stages
- Government Soft Landings
- Capital cost and operating cost
- Environmental management
- Facilities management
- Planning for aftercare
Anyone who is required to work on Soft Landings or Government Soft Landings projects.
- Understanding the purpose of PIRs
- Ability to understand and use a PIR
- Advise on the structure and functionality of a PIR
- CIBSE Member Rate: £34 + VAT
- Standard Rate: £40 + VAT
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