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Passivhaus Principles and Methods – 16-17/10/14


16 and 17 October 2014


09:00 – 17:00


Staffordshire Wildlife Trust, The Wolseley Centre, Wolseley Bridge, Stafford, ST17 0WT.


Coventry University

The event

This two-day course will give participants a working-level understanding of the Passivhaus standard, its embodiment of basic building physics and their application; the cost implication during the design, build, operation and whole life cycle; quality assurance and onsite delivery; and the certification process. It is aimed at SMEs; housing associations, developers, architects, architectural technicians, energy assessors and consultants, M&E specialists, quantity surveyors, contractors and sub-contractors. Construction product manufacturers may also find the content a useful introduction. Most training companies can charge £200-£500 for this type of training, however the Sustainable Building Futures project at Coventry University is able to provide fully-funded support, so SMEs in the West Midlands can receive this workshop for FREE.

Booking and further information

Please note: as there has been a high demand for these courses, priority will be given to new companies who have not previously attended. Places are limited to one person per company and confirmation of booking is based on submission of valid and original SME Eligibility Form. For more information and booking, please visit Coventry University’s website. Those who are returning clients will be placed on a waiting list; if places are available once booking has closed, you will be notified of an available place. This will, however, be at short notice.

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