Wienerberger launches first Keymer CPD and achieves RIBA approval

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The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has accredited Wienerbergers first Keymer CPD seminar, which will support architects and roofing profes...

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has accredited Wienerberger’s first Keymer CPD seminar, which will support architects and roofing professionals in their understanding of heritage roofing. The new seminar, which will be delivered by Keymer - the premium handmade roof tile brand of Wienerberger, the leading supplier of wall, roof and landscaping innovations - is available to architects as of this month.

The new seminar invites professionals to learn about the history of Keymer’s handmade tiles - where they come from, the production process, and how to effectively use them in construction. Architects will be guided on how to specify products for the heritage sector and the key considerations for the application of handmade tiles now and in the future. The seminar will ensure that attendees gain a better overall understanding of the Keymer brand for their customers.

If attendees take part in the seminar at Wienerberger’s Ewhurst factory in Surrey, they will have the opportunity to see the handmade process for and will be able to create a Keymer tile of their own.

Richard Bishop, Category Marketing Manager for Roof at Wienerberger, commented: “We are delighted to be able to offer the first Keymer CPD from Wienerberger and to be recognised by RIBA. Conforming to their CPD guidelines means we are able to deliver an industry standard curriculum that will benefit architects and industry professionals. We’ve seen a lot of interest in the seminar already and places are limited, so I’d urge anybody interested to get in touch to secure a place.”

 

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