Event Details

14

Oct

Introduction to Managing School Building Compliance

Introduction to Managing School Building Compliance 

 

There has been a recent successful prosecution of an Academy Trust for breaching the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, Sections 2(1) and 3(1), for carrying out poorly planned and managed refurbishment and maintenance works. 

Managing a building is not a responsibility to be taken lightly. There is a real risk that lack of knowledge, experience and processes can put lives at risk, with those responsible facing prosecution, or worse, a prison term.

It is often not clear who in educational premises are responsible for compliance-related issues. Where does responsibility start and end? Is it all down to the headteacher? What about the premises manager (if you have one), bursar or business manager? What is the responsibility of the board of trustees or governors? Has the necessary training been provided to staff?

This training provides a unique insight and help you to consider whether your organisation has all the necessary procedures in place and that they are followed. 

 

What will I learn?

Is it clear to you who is responsible for the various areas of property statutory compliance? Is it clear to all those involved where their responsibilities start and finish? Do you have clear policies, processes and procedures on responsibility? Are these clearly documented?

If you don’t know the answer to the above or have answered ‘no’ to any of the questions, then this is the event for you. Delegates will:

  • gain a better understanding of the main areas of building compliance.
  • obtain an understanding of what policies, procedures and process you should have in place explore areas of good practice.

 

How are these sessions delivered?

Delivered via the Goto Training webinar platform delegates will be able to interact with the presenter posing questions and providing feedback on their experiences whilst viewing a live presentation. In advance of the event delegates will receive full log on instructions and a detailed event programme along with the presentation slides.

 

How long are each of the sessions?

This half day event begins with logon at 09.00 hrs for a 09.30 hrs start, and will finish at 12.30. 

 

Who is the training for?

This event is vital for those responsible for premises management, including head teachers, school bursars, business managers, premises managers, members of the board of trustees/governing body, facilities managers, or anyone else with responsibilities for, or an oversight of, compliance issues within education buildings

 

Feedback from participants on our estates online training include:

"Great course - masses covered in little time but done effectively. Materials really back up what you need to know and where you can find the info. Would recommend this highly. Thank you."

"I very much like the webinar version of these courses. Very clear. Thank you."



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Location:

Online

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Duration

9.00am-12.30pm

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Delivered by one of the CIPFA Property trainers

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Cost

ISBL Member rate £75.00

Non-member rate £90.00

All prices are subject to VAT

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