… And more members with benefits: BS7913 Seminar @ 20% discount for IHBC

A one day seminar (with IHBC member discount) has been organised by the Environment Study Centre exploring the best practice standard for the conservation of historic buildings (BS7913), to be held in London’s Somerset House on 1 June and in Manchester on 2 July.

IHBC Education Secretary David McDonald said: ‘Since its publication in December 2013, BS7913 has not received the attention it deserves.  The IHBC welcomes this wonderful opportunity to learn more about this UK wide practice guidance.’

‘These seminars not only deal with the document itself, but also relate its use to the assessment of significance and dealing with day-to-day conservation issues.  Both the excellent content and the 20% discount make these events great value CPD for IHBC members’. 

The Environment Centre writes:
Claim your 20% discount as an IHBC member when booking onto this one day course which introduces this new best practice standard for the conservation of historic buildings.  The course will take place in London on 1 June and Manchester on 2 July.

‘BS 7913: Guide to the Conservation of Historic Buildings’ is acknowledged to be the most authoritative UK wide guidance and a ‘must have’ according to the IHBC. At the one day course you will be offered a copy of the British Standard Publication at a discount price by the IHBC.

The course will be led by IHBC member and Wales Branch representative and trustee, John Edwards, the lead author of BS 7913, and will cover some of the most common issues that are encountered when dealing with traditional and historic buildings. These encompass surveys and analysis of building defects, understanding historic significance, sustainability and energy efficiency, project management and supervision, maintenance and management of buildings, quality management and much more.

To book or for more information visit: www.environmentstudycentre.org and use coupon code IHESC415 to claim your discount. 

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