Internorm is Committed to Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
Founded in 1931, Internorm products stand for highest quality individual solutions for both selfbuilds and renovations, as well as large residential projects and modular builds. We are proud to be Europe’s leading, award-winning window brand.
Driven by innovation, Internorm designs and manufactures all high-performance windows and doors in its three state-of-the-art facilities in Austria. Our passion for quality and performance ensures that we are committed to Continual Professional Development of professionals working within our wider industry.
We can offer two RIBA approved CPDs to architects and specifies, who are looking for energy-efficient windows for their projects:
RIBA approved CPD: GLAZING FOR THE FUTURE
To provide an update on the latest developments within the window and door industry, ensuring that buildings achieve better thermal performance, noise reduction and security.
- Better understanding of different products on the market and how they can meet and exceed building regulations now and in the future.
- Impact of high performance, triple glazed windows and doors on thermal efficiency, noise reduction and security.
- How do high performance windows and doors contribute to reducing the carbon footprint and net zero?
This training session is intended to improve product knowledge and create the desire to specify and install high performance, triple glazed windows and doors in all building projects. This can help create an energy efficient environment and to ensure that the latest building regulations are met now and in the future. The presentation will last for approx. 1 hour.
RIBA approved CPD: WINDOWS AND DOORS FOR PASSIVHAUS
- Passivhaus model (How the model has evolved since early 1960s)
- Main Passivhaus criteria relating to performance of windows (space heating demand, airtightness)
- Present situation in UK (stock of old building – new building regulations)
- Heat loss from windows – Understanding the Uw. Discussing about the difference between Uw and Psi opaque as quality criteria for high performing windows.
- Main advantages of investing in a Passivhaus building/embracing Passivhaus design principles
- Thermal comfort – temperature asymmetry & temperature stratification).
- How thermal comfort requirement affects the Uw value on Passivhaus windows.
- Surface temperature factors. Hygiene criterion for windows. Risk indicator of mould growth. Another quality criterion for high quality windows.
- Main pillars of a Passivhaus
- Passivhaus suitable installation examples – minimising the installation thermal bridge heat losses /airtight installation
- How to avoid overheating (e.g. shading, night purge ventilation)
- Recommended Uw values for Passivhaus windows
- Installation/Glazing edge thermal bridge effect
- Internorm Passivhaus window systems and award-winning projects
- Modern minimal glazing systems development
This training session is intended to:
- Provide an in-depth presentation of qualitative parameters affecting the performance of windows suitable for Passivhaus projects.
- Emphasise how windows affect the energy balance, thermal comfort – (winter scenario) and overheating (summer scenario). The presentation will last for approx. 1 hour.
Internorm Resources for Architects
Whether you are an architect involved in large residential developments, schools, universities, care homes, social housing, or any other commercial project, with a fabric first approach to achieve a highly energy efficient building, Internorm has a wealth of easily accessible information available on the whole product range.
- Internorm CONNECT Portal: Architects can register on the Portal, which provides access to product information, certification, drawings and more.
To organise a CPD for your practice, please call 020 8208 9991 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.
Categories: Aluminium, Timber/Aluminium, Uncategorised