- \Do you want to become an IQP?
- Do you know your responsibilities under the Building Act 2004?
- Do you know how the BWOF, Compliance Schedule and 12A Certificate fit together?
Come to this course where the law is no longer boring it is practial, real, and engaging.
Here's what others have said
I don't think anyone should be given IQP certification without at LEAST this course!!
"Fantastic - will recommend more my my staff, colleagues to get on the next one."
Brent Evans, Thermal Solutions Ltd
"Highly recommeded IQP Compliance Seminar, a must to attend."
Wayne Griffin, OPus International Consultants Ltd
"Really professionally presented. Thorough, clear and well explained. Good real life examples."
Peter Casey, Elevator Inspection Services
"I have and will advise more people in their field and trades to partake of one of these courses."
Peter Field, SGS
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.
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)
Programme - Day One
Session 1 How the BWOF system works
The legal requirements - what does the Building Act have to do with being an IQP?
- Compliance Schedules and Compliance Statements
- Building Warrants of Fitness
- 12A Certificates
Session 2 Responsibilities of Owners, IQPs, Councils, and technical staff
The responsibilities and functions of TAs, BCAs, and owner / building occupants
Session 3 The paperwork
- Reading and interpreting Compliance Schedules
- Certificates of Inspection and Reporting - Form 12As: what are they and how are they filled in
- Letters in lieu
- IQP checksheets and on-site logbooks
- IQP records and annual reports
Session 4 IQP practices
- Setting up systems for you and your team
- Translating the CS information into work practices and alerts
- Setting up on-site systems
Session 1 Knowledge Assessment
- You will sit a knowledge assessment of the learnings from day one
Session 2 On-site practices
- Onsite inspection and recording
- Deciding upon compliance and non-compliance / requirements and recommendations
- Training building owners and occupants in what to do and what to look for
Session 3 FAQS by IQPs
- Q and A session
- We will run through the frequently asked questions from IQPS about this regime in practice
- What to do about non-compliance
Your facilitator: Sharn Piper
With 18 years’ experience in the Construction industry ranging from Carpentry, Project Management, Quantity Surveying, Team leadership, Sales Management, Inspections and Building Compliance, Sharn brings a unique set of skills to the table.
Building compliance & Construction is an industry Sharn is passionate about. He has experienced the construction industry, worked under houses, in roof spaces and at the executive table. He has experienced great success and great failures, but most importantly he is determined to learn from his experiences and pass his knowledge onto others.