We provide a range of flood resilience courses and webinars that are relevant for house buyers, estate agents and surveyors
An Introduction to Flood Protection and Flood Prevention
This course gives an understanding of what is meant by the term “flood resilience”; information on where you can find out if you are at risk; and what you can do to minimise the impact of flooding on your building in the future.
How Resilient Design Will Change Homes
This webinar will describe the challenges and reveal the solutions of the Flood Resistant Demonstration House and provide an insight of the learning that will inform future refurbishment and building practices.
Property Flood Resilience Action Plan: how it will influence the construction industry
When a flood hits homes and commercial properties, it is not only the buildings that are affected, but mostly the people, families and businesses that use those buildings to live, play and work.
Property Flood Resilience Surveyors
Analysis from the UK Climate Change Risk Assessment indicates that the built environment will be increasingly affected by extreme weather events, and that incidence and severity of flooding will increase with higher temperatures, faster winds and changing rainfall patterns.
Flood Resilience: Implementing the Required Legislative Changes
With many new homes still required in order to meet the growing demand of housing in the UK, space is a key consideration. This webinar will provide an understanding of where flood resilience fits in with legislation practices.
Flood Resilience: Flood Risk Assessment – Part 1
In this module we will be looking at the different requirements around legislation, and key policy that is relevant for flooding in the UK. This will also review the assessment process for Flood Risk Assessment.
Flood Resilience: Building Elements
In this module, we will be looking at the different building elements in construction and how these relate to flood resilience.
Flood Resilience: Flood Risk Assessment – Part 2
In this module, we will be looking at the different aspects of flood risk assessment, including key sources of information and how this should be reported to clients.
Flood Resilience: Non-traditional Housing and Modern Methods of Construction
This is a standalone training module which forms part of the BRE Property Flood Surveyor Training Course.
Identifying and Managing Water Risk
This masterclass has been developed for people who have influence on organisational policy and strategy; financial cost control; public relations and the wider sustainability agenda of their organisation. The objective of this masterclass is to provide participants with a clear understanding of the threats and opportunities to an organisation with respect to water shortages and floods.
Flood Resilience: Building and Construction Materials
In this module we will be looking at the different building and construction materials often used across the UK today. We will also take a look at some of the properties of this materials and consider the impacts of these properties in the context of flood resilience.
Flood Resilience: Insurance
This is a stand-alone training module which forms part of the BRE Property Flood Surveyor Training Course.
Flood Resilience: Ageing Properties
In this module we will be looking at how UK housing has changed over time. This will draw out some of the key identifying factors that can help to identify the age of dwellings across the UK.