Please join us in your capital city as we present the key changes for NCC 2022 Volume One and Volume Two.
This is an important event for you to learn about what has changed, and what it means to you and your industry, before the 2022 edition of the NCC is adopted on 1 September 2022.
This is your opportunity to hear from experts about key changes to Volume One and Volume Two, including:
- New volume structure and clause referencing system
- Fire safety for external walls
- Egress provisions for early childhood centres and primary schools
- Bushfire protection for Class 9 buildings
- And much more...
You will have the opportunity to ask questions, and hear from Standards Australia, detailing changes to Australian Standards referenced in the NCC, as well as a short presentation from a representative from your local jurisdiction.
Please note, amendments related to new energy efficiency and condensation mitigation will not be presented at this seminar. More information about these changes will be available later in the year.
The half day sessions will run for four hours from 9.00am to 1.00pm in all locations and include tea/coffee on arrival, and a tea break.
The webinar session will commence at 12.30pm – 4.30pm (AEST) to allow all states and territories to participate.
|National Museum of Australia
|26 & 27 July
|Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
|Hobart Function & Exhibition Centre
|2 & 3 August
|Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
|Darwin Convention Centre
|9 & 10 August
|Sydney Masonic Centre
|Adelaide Convention Centre
|Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
LIMITED TIME OFFER
We are offering an early bird discounted rate (excluding webinar) - Secure your place early for $130 (GST Inc.) per registration. Offer ends 1 June 2022.
Seminar fees (after 1 June) are $160 (GST Inc.) per registration, or $130 (GST Inc.) for webinar registrations.
Note: Surcharges will apply for payments made via credit card.
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Attendance Certificates will be emailed to all delegates after each Seminar. Delegates requiring CPD should contact the administrator of their scheme to find out how many points the Seminar is worth.