Technical trainingStandards raising, technical, sustainability and regulatory training
As a standards-setting, warranty, Building Control and inspection organisation, frequently involved in the latest research, NHBC are uniquely placed to offer relevant, best practice technical training.
Listed below are the standard training courses we offer. Click on each title to see more information.
In addition to the standard courses we offer a bespoke service for registered builders so please contact us if you wish to explore other options. We can design and deliver training to cover a wide range of technical subjects including construction best practice (on low and high rise developments), Building Regulations, Sustainability and Engineering.
|Defects Prevention Hot Topics||1 day||Site managers, assistant site managers, clerks of works and design teams||Available to book on an open basis only, this course is a condensed version of the 3 days Defects Prevention course and will train you on the main "hot" topics that are current in construction|
|Defects Prevention||3 days||Site managers and assistants||Construction best practice and NHBC Standards for all main areas of construction|
|Managing Timber Frame Construction||1 day||Site managers and assistants||Technical and managerial issues associated with managing timber frame construction|
|Effective Snagging and Handovers||1 day||Site managers and assistants||Explores the combination of technical, managerial and personal skills required to ensure the quality of new homes on handover|
|After Sales Service and the NHBC Warranty||1 day||Customer service, after sales staff and site managers||Provides delegates with the knowledge and skills to implement effective after sales service within the context of the NHBC warranty|
|Building Regulations and Control - Residential||1 day||Site managers and assistants or technical staff||The impact of the building regulations on home building|
|Understanding the Benefits of New Homes||1 day||Sales and non-technical staff||How new homes are built and why they are "better" than older homes|
|Part L1A Training Course||half day||All NHBC registered builders and their designers||An insight into the key changes since Part L1A 2010 and what they may mean for your specification|
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