Many architects, specifiers, and designers recognise that there's a knowledge gap when addressing the complexities of acoustic design during building project planning. To bridge this gap, our brand-new CPD aims to equip and empower these professionals. It offers easily accessible information on certified acoustic solutions, each verified for every building application area by third-party technical experts at Quiet Mark.
Acoustic design in the built environment is intricate and sometimes takes a backseat in planning. This oversight risks the use of subpar materials, potentially impacting the long-term health and well-being of occupants for generations.
Quiet Mark is proud to support and extend the public health mission of the UK's Noise Abatement Society charitable foundation (est. 1959). With our CPD course, 'What sound can do for your designs', we ensure that best practice in acoustic design is maintained from the get-go. We aim to inspire the next wave of designers to grasp the profound effects of sound on human health. Plus, we offer a free resource of third-party verified Quiet Mark certified products.
The Quiet Mark RIBA CPD seminars will feature power-hour sessions followed by Q&A segments with our experts. Attendees will learn how optimal sound design can transform projects. Topics span every application and sector. We'll cover the essential principles of acoustic design, and how it can cater to client briefs while promoting sustainability, well-being, productivity, and inclusivity.
The course 'What sound can do for your designs' is available on the RIBA CPD Academy via the NBS CPD which has a reach of over 45,000 specifiers. Architects, specifiers and designers can book their spot on the seminar by heading over to RIBA’s CPD Network.