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Presented by Joe Timms

How CIBSE can help the regions, groups, societies and divisions use GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar for committee and technical meetings including good practice tips.

  

Presented by Lucy Bamber
Discover how to raise the profile of your CIBSE organisation by using best practice marketing across Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

  

Presented by Lucinda Watts, CIBSE

Find out what CIBSE is doing to comply with the introduction of GDPR on 25 May 2018 and how this will affect your group, region, society, network or division.

  

Presented by Gillian Francis

Need support on your journey to professional membership? We can help!

CIBSE are launching a mentoring scheme in 2018 focused on helping you to achieve professional membership and registration. Come and find out how a CIBSE mentor can help you. There will be a short presentation followed by a Q & A session with a CIBSE mentor and the advice from the CIBSE membership team.

  

Presented by Jonathan Healey

Discussing CIBSE’s email marketing evolution, best practice and how to maximise impact on promotional email campaigns.

  

Presented by Lucy Bamber

Discover how to raise the profile of your CIBSE organisation by using best practice marketing across Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

  

Presented By Lucinda Watt

Find out what CIBSE is doing to comply with the introduction of GDPR on 25 May 2018 and how this will affect your group, region, society, network or division.

  

Presented by Richard Howard, CIBSE

How CIBSE can help the regions, groups, societies and divisions use GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar for committee and technical meetings including good practice tips.

  

Presented by Lucy Aldcroft

Learn which route and grade of CIBSE membership and Engineering Council registration you would be eligible for! A short presentation will cover the qualification requirements and competence criteria for membership and registration, followed by opportunity to speak with the CIBSE Membership Team for advice on your specific route.

  

Heating and cooling combined make up the largest energy uses in buildings, but are also acknowledged as the hardest services to decarbonise and manage effectively. Indoor air quality and environmental conditions are critical to health, well-being and productivity, yet HVAC systems often get overlooked when it comes to driving innovation in building services and delivering better buildings. Visit Build2Perform Live on Wednesday 22nd November at Olympia to listen to Ashley Bateson and Debbie Hobbs discuss ‘how we can do things better’ from both the designer and user perspectives, and learn how you can get involved in this new group to deliver real change.

‘I am delighted to see the launch of this long-awaited special interest group on HVAC systems. We can often overlook the importance of these core services, and how better specification, design and operation can deliver huge benefits for building performance. Continued advances in information technology, sensor systems, and innovations in thermal engineering have the potential to transform these systems. This group will help our industry develop better systems thinking and cross-disciplinary working, and ensure that best practice and innovation is shared across the sector.’ Tony Day, Chair HVAC Systems Group