BSRIA’s Stay Connected – Stay Trained initiative offers organisations the opportunity to keep up-to-date with the latest guidance on highly relevant topics like Planned Preventive Maintenance of buildings during the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of Ventilation and Airtightness in hospital isolation rooms.
Our series of free-of-charge webinars aim to support our clients and members in this challenging time.
Further, to enable organisations to stay connected and stay trained during these unprecedented times, BSRIA’s industry renowned training modules have been re-designed in a bite-sized e-learning format with remote working in mind. With classroom-based training unavailable in the current crisis, and with so many people working from home, these new one-hour sessions have been tailored to support participants to up-skill and continue their learning & development. By taking advantage of this opportunity, companies can demonstrate a good level of continued support for staff in a flexible and cost-effective way.
Planned Preventative Maintenance during the Covid-19 Pandemic
21st April 2020 – 10:00am
This free webinar will facilitate discussion and input from the wider FM industry on the issues being faced by those looking after buildings during the COVID-19 pandemic. Join us to have your voice heard.
Ventilation of Isolation Rooms
22nd April 2020 – 10:00am
BSRIA has worked with the Department of Health, and Health and Social Care, Northern Ireland, in the test and validation of Isolation rooms. In the current crisis, we would like to invite you to our FREE webinar on Ventilation of Isolation rooms.
Air Tightness of Isolation Rooms
23rd April 2020 – 10:00am
BSRIA has worked with the Department of Health, and Health and Social Care, Northern Ireland, in the test and validation of Isolation rooms. In the current crisis, we would like to invite you to our FREE webinar on Airtightness of Isolation rooms.
Introduction to Heating Systems
28th April 2020 – 10:00am
This introductory webinar explains the basics of how heating systems work, covering boilers and other heat sources, heat emitters, pumps, pipework and pressurisation. It also touches on heat networks and heat interface units.
Introduction to Ventilation Systems
29th April 2020 – 10:00am
This introductory webinar explains the basics of ventilation in buildings, covering natural and mechanical ventilation, recirculation, heat recovery and demand-controlled ventilation. Delegates will need access to a calculator, as a short calculation exercise will be included.
Introduction to Power Distribution
30th April 2020 – 10:00am
This introduction webinar explains the basics of power distribution in buildings, using a one-line diagram for a typical commercial building to explain the purpose of three-phase power, switchgear, busbars, distribution boards and other concepts and plant items.