National Construction Code logo, 2022 NCC Seminars 20 July - 25 August with picture of event room of people and two workers at building site. Ending with the Australian Building Codes Board logo.

 

The National Construction Code (NCC) Seminars are returning to your capital city in July - August 2022, delivered to you by the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB).

This year, for the first time, we will also be offering a live webinar option.

This is your opportunity to hear from experts about key changes to Volume One and Volume Two, including:

- New volume structure and clause referencing system
- Fire safety for external walls
- Egress provisions for early childhood centres and primary schools
- Bushfire protection for Class 9 buildings
- Waterproofing
- Masonry
-  And much more...

 

You will have the opportunity to ask questions, and hear from Standards Australia, detailing changes to Australian Standards referenced in the NCC, and a representative from your local jurisdiction.

Seminar content is aimed at practitioners of all levels, and is designed to contribute towards relevant Continuing Professional Development (CPD) schemes. If attending the Webinar, you will need to be registered to be eligible for CPD points. Delegates seeking CPD accreditation points should contact their scheme administrator to find out how many points the seminars will be worth. Attendance certificates will be emailed to delegates after each seminar.

Don't miss your opportunity to hear from our industry experts before NCC 2022 is adopted on 1 September 2022.

Session details

The half day sessions will run for four hours from 9.00am to 1.00pm in all locations and include tea/coffee on arrival, and a tea break.

The webinar session will commence at 12.30pm – 4.30pm (AEST) to allow all states and territories to participate.
 

Session fees

LIMITED TIME OFFER

We are offering an early bird discounted rate (excluding webinar) - Secure your place early for $130 (GST Inc.) per registration. Offer ended 15 June 2022.

Seminar fees (after 15 June) are $160 (GST Inc.) per registration, or $130 (GST Inc.) for webinar registrations. Note: Surcharges will apply for payments made via credit card.