Leading steel window company Crittall has launched two RIBA-approved CPD (Continuing Professional Development) modules aimed at architects and designers.
One presents A strong case for specifying exterior steel windows and doors, while the other addresses Inspirational interiors – specifying steel partitions and screens.
RIBA CPD assists professionals working in the design disciplines to manage their own development of skills, knowledge and experience on an ongoing basis.
The presentations, which each last for about an hour with full supporting material, are aimed at architectural practices and other specifiers who wish to bring their staff up to date with the latest developments in the field of steel fenestration.
Crittall Commercial Director Russell Ager said:
“We welcome approaches from architects and others who would like us to arrange CPD sessions to share technical details and development trends in the field of our steel windows, doors, partitions and screens.”
As the world’s longest established manufacturer of steel windows, with a history dating back to 1849, Crittall is in a unique position to impart detailed information about the use of steel fenestration and its continued evolution to meet exacting modern glazing requirements while offering design solutions across all market sectors and relevant to both restoration of historic buildings or state-of-the-art new build.
The growing use of steel for internal partitions and screens, becoming sought after in many high-end residential, commercial and retail settings, will be addressed in the second of the two CPD presentations.
For details of how to attend these two CPD modules please contact:
hq(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)crittall-windows.co.uk