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Certificate in IQP Compliance - Auckland 2017
Tue., 09/05/2017, 9:00 am – Wed., 10/05/2017, 4:00 pm NZST
Building law doesn't have to be BORING! - It can be practical, real and engaging.
Attend this power packed 2-day course if you want to:
- Become an IQP or BWOF agent
- Know your responsibilities under the building Act 2004
- Understand how the BWOF, compliance schedule and 12A certificate fits together
Objective: This two-day course will provide you with knowledge in, and understanding of, the building warrant of fitness regime. It will also outline the duties and responsibilities of an IQP and their role in keeping buildings safe.
One attendee said: "I don't think anyone should be given IQP certification without at LEAST this course!!"
Who Should Attend: New IQPs, building industry tradesfolk who want to become an IQP.
Format: Interactive workshop, building audit, discussion and review and assessment
Duration: 2 days (9.00am - 4.00pm)
We will cover:
5 IQP competencies:
(Refer Auckland Council application process)
- Competency 1: Understand the Building Act 2004 and amendments - s3 purpose, s100-111 compliance schedule + building warrant of fitness, s164-168 Notice to Fix, 121-126 Dangerous buildings, 362A-363APublic use, Regulations - Infringements, Forms, Specified Systems.
- Competency 2: Understand the key roles - owner, IQP, TA, BCA, courts
- Competency 3: Read and interpret the Compliance Schedule
- Competency 4: Write annual reports, 12A's and Report in Lieu’s
- Competency 5: Manage and direct technical personnel in respect to defects/remedial work.
Part 1: Commercial Building Consents and Specified Systems
- Identifying and scoping specified systems
- Overview of what each specified system is
- What needs building consent
- Producer statements and systems verification during installation
- What to do about non-compliance
- The Compliance Schedule Statement - form 10
- Maintenance vs upgrades
Part 2: How to Read and Interpret Compliance Schedules
- Translating the CS information into work practices and alerts
- Form 11 – updating Compliance Schedules
- Creating a new Compliance Schedule checking regime for a system
- Who is responsible for what
Part 3: Onsite practices
- Inspections and supervision
- Who can do maintenance
- Setting up on-site systems for you, your team, and owners checks
- Deciding upon compliance and non-compliance / requirements and recommendations
- Training building owners and occupants in what to do and what to look for
- Onsite inspection and recording
- IQP checksheets and on-site logbooks or “In the Cloud” records
Part 4: Reporting and paperwork
- 12A Certificates
- Building Warrants of Fitness
- Test sheets and certificates
- Defect notices
- Systems status reports
- Council special forms (eg Auckland Council – report in lieu)
- Certificates of Inspection and Reporting - Form 12As: what are they and how are they filled in
- IQP records and annual reports
Part 5: Responsibilities of Owners, IQPs, Councils, and technical staff
- The responsibilities and functions of Councils: TAs, BCAs
- Owner / LKandlord responsibilities
- The role of tenants and building occupants
- Responsibilities and liability for IQPs and testing staff
As part of this course you will sit a knowledge assessment of the learnings which will be marked post-course.
Your Expert facilitator and trainer: Rosemary (Rosie) Killip
Rosemary is an international speaker, author and training practitioner specialising in building law. She is a sought after speaker for building conferences and a regular commentator on building compliance in New Zealand.
With substantial insider knowledge of how councils review and interpret the Building Act rules, she brings practical insights and wisdom from over 20 years of working alongside building compliance staff, Council staff, building inspectors and building owners.
This experience enables her to help you help your customers understand the complex world of building controls. More than two decades of translation and two Building Acts mean that Rosie has a wealth of knowledge to share. As an educator, she also has a passion for helping others learn and will teach you some cool tips for making training stick.