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Build2Perform Live. CIBSE Training. BIFM Belfast

08 September 2017 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

The programme for CIBSE's November Build2Perform Live has been revealed with over 60 free-to attend sessions taking place at London’s Olympia on 21 and 22 November 2017.

The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers have reached out to their extensive international network of building performance experts to curate a programme dedicated to helping the supply chain improve efficiency and save money through effective building services.

CIBSE Divisions and Special Interest Groups are hosting 20 half-day streams focusing on the themes of wellbeing, digital engineering and energy.

Digital engineering will also take centre stage across the two days with a focus on digital processes that facilitate faster and more accurate design stage work and how building services construction, commissioning and facilities management has been improved by digital practices.

Find out more about Build2Perform Live and register for your free place at www.cibse.org/b2plive.

 

BIFM Ireland Summit Returns to Belfast

The British Institute of Facilities Management Ireland FM Summit will return to Belfast on 17th November 2017, when facilities management professionals gather at the newly refurbished National Football Stadium at Windsor Park.

This year’s theme, ‘The Internet of Things’, will examine facilities management as it embraces new digital communications technologies.

For further information or booking visit https://www.regonline.com/irelandconference2017

 

New training programme

CIBSE has released its upcoming training courses and dates for the remainder of 2017. CIBSE Training offers a wide variety of one to three-day courses from introductory to more advanced levels.

Over 45 public courses are offered in the new training programme, covering topics such as; electrical services; energy efficiency; facilities management; fire safety; lighting; mechanical services; water services and public health.   There are in-house training options available for all training courses.

For more information on CIBSE Training and to view the newly released training programme visit www.cibse.org/training or training@cibse.org

Picture: BIFM will be at Windsor Park in November

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 08 September 2017

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