Atmospheric moisture & compliant ventilation

It is estimated that the effects of poor housing in the UK costs the NHS £2.5 billion per year! An incredible amount of money and if this is accurate, how do we then do better? How do we begin to limit the accumulation of moisture within our properties that can lead to mould and damp problems?

Within this CPD webinar, our very own Technical Manager James Berry explores why we need to think about ventilation a little more deeply and why the Government, local authorities and ourselves at the PCA are paying a lot more attention to it recently.   T

To learn more, click to watch the webinar recording below


What you will learn from the webinar

  • What is ventilation & why we need to think about it?
  • The impacts of poor ventilation
  • Controlling humidity & the mechanics behind it
  • When is ventilation not right?
  • The consequences of poor ventilation – mould and condensation
  • Can ventilation control COVID-19?

Benefits – Why YOU should watch the webinar

  • Up-to-date knowledge on ventilation best practice
  • Learn how you can better advise clients or tenants towards excess moisture issues and potential impacts to health
  • Learn about the common mistakes with ventilation installs and how you can avoid them
  • Learn what you can advise and how to rectify an excess atmospheric moisture problem
  • Straightforward online learning while sitting at your desk
  • Benefit from gaining 2 CPD points

About the presenter – James Berry

James Berry joined the Property Care Association (PCA) team as Technical Manager in 2016 having previously worked as a surveyor for a national preservation company. He holds a degree in Applied Geology and both the CSRT and CSSW accreditations. He is passionate about the need for adopting a holistic approach to tackling moisture in the built environment and is the lead on the new Residential Ventilation Group sector of the PCA. James is also responsible for the running of the structural waterproofing sector of the association.

Additional information about ventilation

For those looking to find out more about ventilation and damp control, click on the button below to view the PCA’s Damp & Ventilation Control library where you will find a variety of Technical Guidance documents and Codes of Practice

In addition, for those of you that want to learn more, why not consider some of the PCA training courses listed below:

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Other related Information

As the Trade Association for the industry, the Property Care Association offers a variety of webinars, tools and training courses to help you with your professional development. Take a look at some of the options below.

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