At Rentokil Property Care we are providing FREE certified virtual CPD seminars on a range of property preservation topics to help those in the industry reach the 20 hours of CPD training required to attain or retain their professional status.
To join us online for our free presentations all you need to do is simply register for the topic of your choice using the links displayed under the seminar descriptions below. Once you do that you will receive an email with your invitation to join.
Beginning on the 2nd of March and continuing each Tuesday at 10am thereafter, each topic will last around 1 hour and we will allocate some time at the end to answer any questions you may have.
Tuesday 2nd March 10am: Basement waterproofing to BS8102
A review of the 3 Types of Waterproofing (Type A, Type B and Type C). this seminar will include:
- Three grades of protection in below ground spaces
- Explore the recent changes made by Premier Insurance and the NHBC and their guarantee specifically to waterproofing in ‘new-build’ basements
- Changes to chapter 5.4 of their Technical Guidance Docs
Tuesday 9th March 10am: Damp Control
A refresher on the different factors behind dampness in walls, this CPD will cover the following:
- Use of moisture profiling to aid diagnosis
- Techniques for dealing with several types of damp ingress including lateral rainwater penetration, condensation and rising damp
- Different approaches and methods used to treat damp, including systems for listed buildings
Tuesday 16th March 10am: Condensation Control & Improving Air Quality in the Home
A seminar on how to manage air humidity, air temperature and wall surface temperature, this CPD will cover the following:
- An explainer on how condensation and mould forms
- Ways to reduce and treat condensation and moulds
- Whole house ventilation units and heat exchange fans
Tuesday 23rd March 10am: Woodworm, Wet and Dry Rot, and Timber Repairs
This seminar will go over the main species of wood boring insects and wood rotting fungi including:
- Characteristics of the distinct woodworm larvae species
- Correct identification and the latest survey and treatment methods
- Repairing affected timbers using resin technology