Swedish Wood launches new iPad CPD

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In another initiative to bring CPD to life for architects, Swedish Wood have launched their ground-breaking, film-based Timber: the Building Material of the Future on iPad (as the Future Timber app).

The iPad version of this RIBA-accredited CPD programme combines a magazine-style format with videos and factsheet downloads. Based on the first three RIBA work stages, the programme allows architects to learn about timber in the context of the way they plan their own projects.

Also available on RIBACPD.com and WoodCampus.co.uk, the programme features Andrew Waugh, the architect of the world’s tallest all-timber residential building, and other leading names in the timber industry.

In another initiative to bring CPD to life for architects, Swedish Wood have launched their ground-breaking, film-based Timber: the Building Material of the Future on iPad (as the Future Timber app).

The iPad version of this RIBA-accredited CPD programme combines a magazine-style format with videos and factsheet downloads. Based on the first three RIBA work stages, the programme allows architects to learn about timber in the context of the way they plan their own projects.

screen480x480.2Also available on RIBACPD.com and WoodCampus.co.uk, the programme features Andrew Waugh, the architect of the world’s tallest all-timber residential building, and other leading names in the timber industry.

Stage 2 shows how timber solutions can meet sustainable procurement criteria. It goes into greater depth about specifying timber frame and gives advice on construction strategy – how to get the most out of off-site manufacturing, the benefits for Health & Safety and the importance of SiteSafe practices to reducing the risk of fire on construction sites.

You can download the app now by clicking here

For more information, contact Tony Traynor – tony@woodcampus.co.uk