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Part-Time Level 8 Module in "Building Regulatory Engineering" and "Fire Safety Certification"< back to trainings

Location: Online




BUILDING REGULATORY ENGINEERING - LEVEL 8 Part-time

Munster Technological University (MTU) hope to offer "Building Regulatory Engineering" online this coming semester starting on Monday 19th September 2022 (subject to numbers applying) and running over 12/13 weeks, one night a week. This course covers the 12 key parts of the Building Regulations focusing on their technical guidance documents, together with the relevant regulations including Building Control Amendment Regulations and its associated Code of Practice. All those involved in the construction industry will find this short course useful, particularly those involved in design, detailing, construction overseeing & inspection, and certification of building projects.  Further details are available here.


FIRE SAFETY CERTIFICATION - LEVEL 8 Part-time

MTU also hope to offer "Fire Safety Certification" online in semester 2 starting on Monday 16th January 2023 (subject to numbers applying) and running over 12/13 weeks, one night a week. This fire engineering course will cover many building types, and their fire safety certification legislation and guidance documents, and should be invaluable to both new users of the relevant fire safety codes, and those that may enjoy a refresher course. Fire Engineering design from first principles will also be covered in some detail. All building design professionals and many specialist contractors will find this short course useful, particularly those involved in fire safety design, and fire certification of building projects. (This is a sister module to Fire Safety Engineering which covers other building types and different areas of fire engineering design from first principles).

Further details are available here. 


Each online delivery course will be offered over a 12/13 week period, one evening (provisionally Mondays from 6pm - 9pm, including tutorials) per week. Lectures may be viewed live, with interaction opportunities available via questions typed in at the keyboard by registered students or may be viewed on the lecture recordings which will be made available for the duration of the semester. Online assessments will be taken by students on four occasions throughout the semester


Applicants should hold a minimum of an NFQ Level 7 qualification in Civil/Structural Engineering or Architecture or Architectural Technology or in a cognate discipline.