Architects, Designers and Builders can earn up to 10 formal CPD points in the latest Weathertex Wood You Like to Know summit.
Following the success of the in-person Wood You Like to Know events in Melbourne and Sydney, the September 28, 2023, summit will be hosted online, allowing for a truly global audience for the first time.
With less than 4 weeks to go, they have already received over 100 registrations for the conference, with Weathertex National Marketing Manager Vanda Correia thrilled with the response to date.
“For $99.00 (AUD), attendees have full-day access, both live and on-demand and can earn up to 10 formal CPD points,” Ms Correia said.
“In addition, attendees can explore the virtual expo hall, engage with exhibitors, and have the chance to win $1,000.”
Supported by the Australian Insitute of Architects, the BDAA, Design Matters, Global Greentag and Wood Solutions, the event will be hosted by Weathertex Managing Director Jason O’Hagan and will be anchored by four-panel discussions:
- Panel Discussion #1: Unpacking the Latest NCC Changes
- Panel Discussion #2: Digital Evolution In The Building Industry
- Panel Discussion #3: Fostering Futures: Crafting Sustainable and Liveable Communities
- Panel Discussion #4: Navigating Challenges & Seizing Opportunities
Wood Central publisher Jason Ross will host the first-panel discussion on changes to the National Construction Code.
He will be joined by Andrew Dunn, CEO of the Timber Development Association, Boris Iskra, National Standards Manager for the FWPA and Toby Wiklin, Thermal Performance Assessor from Torple Energy Ratings.
“Wood You Like to Know is a fantastic opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the latest changes and discover effective strategies to achieve sustainable outcomes in residential and multi-residential building projects,” Mr Ross said.
Around panel discussions, the summit will also address a number of key topics, including;
- Designing in Bushfire Prone Areas
- The Circular Economy in the Built Environment
- Energy-Efficient Lighting Solutions with Timber Accents
- Design and Build to Suit Your Climate Zone
- Enhancement and Maintenance of Natural Timber
- The Role of Tapware in Universal Design
According to Ms Correia, these topics will have formal CPD points attached, which can be counted to maintain and expand their professional skills and knowledge.
Participants will also enter the draw to win a $1,000 prize, which Mr O’Hagan will draw at the summit’s close.
“To enter the draw, participants must visit all the virtual booths,” Ms Correia said.
Exhibitors include Ametalin, Intergrain, ITI Australia, Nero, TEC=LED and Weathertex.
For more information about the summit, visit the Wood You Like to Know website.