CPDs & Webinars
Our product training includes a selection of webinars and live CPD training seminars, available in a number of formats to suit your requirements. Our Leviat technical and sales staff have considerable technical experience of applying seminar content in practice and in answering questions from both specifiers and contractors.
They can present a variety of topics via:
- In-person training delivered at your offices which can be accompanied by a complimentary buffet
- In-person training delivered at our offices in Sheffield, including factory & office tour
- Live, interactive webinars delivered on Microsoft Teams at a time and date to suit you
- A range of pre-recorded webinars (listed at the bottom of the page)
CPD certificates can be provided for all attendees on request, for each format.
Currently, the following seminars are available:
Considered Façade Solutions for Complex Applications
Windposts for Construction: The Development of the Ancon Thermal Windpost (TWP2) Seminar
Support and Restraint of Masonry Cladding on Framed Buildings Seminar
The Correct Use of Wall Ties and Head Restraints Seminar
Support and Restraint of a Cast Stone Facade
Ancon Masonry Support Systems: Specification and Installation Guidance Seminar
Solutions for Designing Structural Concrete Connections Seminar
To book a seminar or to find out more, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following selection of pre-recorded webinars extends our current technical services offering and complements a highly successful CPD-approved seminar programme of over 30 years.
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The Support of Masonry Cladding on Framed Buildings
An overview of why we need masonry support and the various options available. Topics include: positioning of, and detailing at, movement joints and supporting masonry on radiussed areas and at suspended brickwork features.
Designing for Joints in Structural Concrete (Part 1)
Designing for Joints in Structural Concrete (Part 2)
The correct use of wall ties in brick-to-block construction