This is the perfect course to come and meet other professionals looking to use the BREEAM schemes and take advantage of the opportunity to ask our technical trainers any questions you might have. It is our most in-depth and popular course on BREEAM at building level before becoming an BREEAM assessor.
If you are currently working with BREEAM or considering its use for a future development, we would strongly recommend this course for you.
This course will give you a basic understanding of the principles of BREEAM, followed by a more detailed approach to understanding the best ways to maximise your project’s potential. The aim of this course is to give you an understanding of the core credits which must be achieved to gain BREEAM ratings and an understanding of timeline requirements within BREEAM.
This course will certainly be of value to you if you need to deliver buildings to BREEAM standards.
Please Note: This course does not cover BREEAM In Use or BREEAM Communities.
- Welcome and Introduction to sustainability and BREEAM
- Key considerations for making project decisions
- Common mistakes and how to avoid them
- Practical knowledge of BREEAM categories and technical issues
- Practical knowledge of BREEAM categories and technical issues (continued)
- Basic overview for Materials
- Scope of BREEAM
- Closing summary
This course is ideal for planners, builders, architects, finance officers, company directors property developers and anyone else who needs to deliver a building to BREEAM standards.
The BREEAM methodology has been used on some of the most sustainable buildings in the world.
More BREEAM Courses
BREEAM In-Use International and UK Assessor
BREEAM In-Use is designed to help building managers and owners reduce the running costs and improve the environmental performance of existing buildings. The scheme uses an assessment tool that can be completed by building managers and owners to self-assess their buildings. These self-assessments have to be audited by independent BREEAM In-Use assessors before certification can be granted.
This 3 day course is broken down into two modules. The first module (day one) is an introduction and overview of BREEAM Communities 2012.
BREEAM UK New Construction 2018: What’s changed? Webinar
The new BREEAM New Construction 2018 scheme will be launched on the 7th March. Join this webinar to learn more about the changes implemented in the new scheme, in particular in the Energy, Materials, Transport and Ecology categories.
Updating Ecology in BREEAM: Past, Present and Implementing the SEF
This webinar explores the background and changes to BREEAM’s ecology assessment content in its schemes used in the UK following implementation of the Strategic Ecology Framework