The Institute will occasionally disseminate CPD content that is not part of the AT CPD Register.
These resources have not had their content assessed against our criteria and are therefore not certified by CIAT.
As a result, CIAT cannot verify their suitability and relevance to Architectural Technology professionals, although they may still be of interest to members and affiliates.
A selection from our YouTube channel:
CPD in 43 series of events from our Wessex Region - the full playlist can be found here.
In Discussion with... series of events from our Wessex Region - the full playlist can be found here.
Designing Buildings: The Construction Wiki
Designing Buildings is the construction wiki. The only industry-wide, cross-discipline forum for finding and sharing knowledge about the planning, design, construction and operation of built assets. Sponsored by CIAT, there is a wealth of information available plus members and affiliates can add content or correct content for accuracy.
This site is dedicated to providing a list of usable online CPD information, that might be a way of gaining CPD time, compiled by Professor Steve Scaysbrook FCIAT for the West Midlands Region.
Zigurat Global Institute of Technology Masterclasses
Available to watch on demand:
BIM and Generative Systems
Project Controls: Critical for mission success
CIC Health & Safety Certification Showcases
CIC has launched a new CPD accredited e-learning Health & Safety Certification course which is also a new route to a CSCS PQP and AQP card. This course has been specifically designed for professionals working within the built environment and construction sector who are required to visit site as part of their role but who are not site based. To showcase this course, a series of free webinars are taking place on 27 September at 12:30. Book here.
Historic Environment Scotland
Historic Environment Scotland present the Inform Friday webinars. Each webinar is between 50-60 minutes long and cover topics such as windows, floors and ventilation in traditional buildings, making traditional homes more energy efficient.
On the Historic Environment Scotland website, there are also blog posts covering topics such as architecture, sustainability, conservation, climate change, maintenance.
Watch the Inform Friday webinars here.