Take part in accredited Online Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses offered by Dulux, Fosroc, Intergrain and Porter's Paints. Each course is designed for architects, engineers, builders and trade professionals to enhance their knowledge and understanding of paints and coatings in the built environment.
Dulux is a recognised CPD provider by the New Zealand Institute of Architects.
At Dulux we understand how important it is to keep up to date with the latest industry knowledge and continue education throughout your career. Taking part in accredited CPD activities enables Architects to earn points towards the requirements of the .
Dulux offers one hour modules each accredited with their own CPD Points that are relevant to Design Documentation across Dulux, Dulux AcraTex®, Woodcare and Porter's Paints® portfolio.
This session covers the following topics and will then have time for discussion and questions & answers.
What is a texture coating system?
What substrates go with what system?
3D diagrams of texture coating systems
Mid-build top coats
High-build top coats
Lifecycle cost assessment
To book a course on-demand for your organisation, email email@example.com with your contact information and a specification representative will get in touch with you.
This presentations covers AS/NZS 2312.1 for the protection of structural steel against atmospheric corrosion by the use of protective coatings. The presentation covers:
Content and layout of the standard
The relationship between project environment and corrosivity
The most common types of corrosion protection
Surface preparation and application methods
Choosing an appropriate protective coating system using the standard
For those of you based in the Wellington region here's your opportunity to tour a brand new world-class ISO14001 certified paint manufacturing facility and learn:
What is in paint
How is paint made
How new paints are developed and tested
How colours are tinted and matched
Paint bases and opacity
We can arrange to present all the ins and outs of how paint is developed, tested, and made, for those of you that can't make it to Wellington for a factory tour.
This session covers the following topics with interactive tangible timber samples, time for discussion and questions & answers.
Timber versus wood
Volatile organic compounds
Water versus solvent based coatings
The impact of UV light
The difference between clear and transparent coatings
The difference between oils, stains and finishes for timber
The Intergrain exterior & interior product range
Maintenance requirements & project services support
This session covers the following Learning Outcomes:
Mineral Paint fundamentals.
Conventional vs Mineral coatings.
Features and Benefits.
Products in the Porter’s Paints range.