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Client Expectations Series: Fees & Agreement: Explore and reinforce the importance of establishing a fee and service agreement with your clients
1 day/s till Registration closes
Control your breathing: Identify triggers and tackle them successfully. Techniques on how to control your breathing and how to identify certain triggers and how to react to them in a positive manner.
2 day/s till Registration closes
Client Expectations Series: Managing Client Expectation. This seminar will explore the whims and whimsies of clients and examine ways in which you can manage your clients expectations and meet your professional services obligations.
Must we be musty – avoiding moisture and mould in residential construction.
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3 day/s till Registration closes
Client Expectations Series: Time Management: Time management skills are critical to success as a modern day professional, in this seminar we will examine methods and processes.
7 day/s till Registration closes
Getting Paid: Deposits, Progress Payments & Debt collection.
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Ethics for Building Designers. This highly interactive ethics seminar will explore different concepts through a series of real life thought provoking examples for building designers.
Ethics for Thermal Performance Assessors. This highly interactive ethics seminar will explore different concepts through a series of real life thought provoking examples for energy assessors.
Design Matter's workshop on Improving Building Permit Documentation aims to assist participants to ensure your building documentation meets minimum standards. The session includes the use and benefits of a specification, and deals with a variety of documentation-related matters
This course is aimed at those building designers who plan to seek registration with the Victorian Building Authority either now or in the near future.
Healthy Homes and Heat Recovery Ventilation in Australia - What is HRV and why it could be used in new and existing buildings in Australia? Airtight buildings and HRV and more