Book an online RIBA certified CPD

Cellecta are part of the RIBA CPD providers network, offering a range of free, RIBA approved seminars.

Over 500 architects and specifiers have attended our online seminars via Zoom. During the last few months we’ve received some great feedback.

“A clear and informative seminar presented well”

“Valuable experience recommend to fellow professionals”

“Extremely rich and easy to navigate”

“Very good seminar that covered my learning under the building regulations”

“The seminar provided a good overview on the possible technical solution for a correct soundproofing, both in new build and refurbishments. Very interesting”

“Relevant topic with valuable practical advice!”

“The seminar was well paced and well delivered. As a sole practitioner, it’s very handy to now have access to such seminars, compared to them being held at larger practices to which I would have no access.”

“As society evolves, so does the complexity of Architecture. It is unforgiveable to design a building susceptible to noise pollution. Human Well-Being needs to at the top of the Architects design objectives. New-Build or Refurbishment, there are systems available which limit the stressful effects of poor sound insulation, impact and noise trunking.”

Soundproofing Solutions 

10:00am | 1 hr | Cellecta

This Webinar provided by Cellecta will look at the following:

  • The legislation and regulations that are covered under Part E of Building Regulations
  • How to comply and adhere to these utilising pre-completion testing and Robust Detail applications
  • Implementation of acoustic principles in both design and on site, to ensure compliance
  • Suitable solutions for floors, walls and ceilings

Heated Floor Treatments with Underfloor Heating

10:00am | 1 hr | Cellecta

This Webinar provided by Cellecta will look at the following:

  • Suitable solutions for both levelled and uneven substrates
  • Responsive UFH solutions for our erratic and changing climate
  • Effects on loading and deflection of elements within the treatment buildup
  • Review of traditional UFH within screed and comparison to fully dry install solutions
  • Design consideration for: Loading, Fire, Acoustics, UFH Outfit and Supporting Brittle Finishes
  • Onsite practicalities and Health and Safety