Builders’ workshops on leaky home repairs
Builders who want to get involved in leaky home repairs can now sign up for a practical one-day workshop. Places are limited so register today.
If you want to know more about the whole process, take up this work as a business opportunity or are simply concerned about the risks, then this course is for you.
Written by a builder for builders, this one-day workshop includes:
- Typical building failures and how to deal with them
- Considerations when pricing these complex projects
- Tips on how to set up, plan and manage the projects
- Understanding the risks and how to manage them
- How to ensure you get paid
- Health and Safety issues such as dealing with moulds and rotten timber
- The weathertight homes Financial Assistance Package (FAP)
Course dates and locations
|Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Quality Hotel Plymouth International
Cnr Courtenay & Leach Sts
All courses run from 8.00am to 4.30pm. Lunch is provided.
The course has been approved for 8 Licensed Building Practitioner professional development points.
To register, please complete the registration form [PDF 25 KB, 1 page] and return it to the workshop coordinator:
Fax: (04) 494-0290
Mail: The Weathertightness Workshop Coordinator
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
PO Box 10729
Registration fee: $100 incl GST per builder
If you have any questions about the course please phone the workshop coordinator at Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment on (04) 817 4839 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the presenter
Harry Dillon, an experienced builder who has successfully remediated over 200 New Zealand homes, leads the course. It also includes interactive sessions with legal experts and the Building and Housing Group of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
David Kelly - Director Canterbury Rebuild & Recovery, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
The development of the workshop has been jointly led by industry and the Ministry. We can provide training and advice, helping builders to become successfully involved in repairing leaky homes. The workshops convey essential knowledge on some of the typical building failures associated with weathertightness and advice on how to price, plan and manage the repair projects.
Grant Florence - Chief Executive, Certified Builders Association of New Zealand
I strongly recommend this course to all builders undertaking or considering remediation work. The Remediation Workshop is a must for builders looking to engage in the complexities of this type of work.
Warwick Quinn - Chief Executive, Registered Master Builders Federation
I have recently attended the pilot for the Department’s new weathertight remediation course for builders and was thoroughly impressed. I can highly recommend this relevant, practical and eye-opening course and strongly urge our members considering this line of work to attend.