Webinar Event: Understanding Condensation and the NCC Requirements

Zoom Video Conference

About this Event 29 September 2020 


Are you still confused on the requirements for Condensation? 

Would you like to find out all those intricate details regarding condensation in the NCC that building surveyors need to know when approving and inspecting buildings? 

Now that condensation has been incorporated into both volumes of the Building Code of Australia, building surveyors need to be fully aware of these requirements. AIBS has teamed up with Dr Mark Dewsbury to bring you a Webinar event on all things condensation.  Dr Mark Dewsbury is a member of the Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme Technical Advisory Committee (NatHERS TAC) and his research contributed to the inclusion of condensation into the NCC. 

The format of this webinar event will provide for a short Q&A session at the conclusion of a formal presentation.  Topics to be covered review the who, what & how on;

  • Pliable building membrane requirements,
  • Flow rate and discharge of exhaust systems
  • Ventilation of roof spaces

Building Surveyors need to be fully aware of those provisions to ensure your assessments comply with the NCC, so please make sure to register early for this webinar as places are limited.   

A technical webinar event that has been specifically designed for building surveying practitioners and will cover all aspects of the condensation provisions detailed in the NCC 2019.

Held via    Zoom Video Conference
Registration    via AIBS online process
Time    1:00pm to 2:00pm AEST
Date    Tuesday 29 September 2020 
CPD    Available as 1 type B point
Registration closes    9am Monday 28 September 2020  

About the Speaker:Dr Mark Dewsbury

Dr Mark Dewsbury is passionate about sustainability and has been involved in the sustainable design of commercial and residential buildings in the public and private sectors for more than 20 years.

Mark's research activities have included contract research for Forest and Wood Products Australia, CSIRO, Department of Industry, Federal Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, CSR Building Materials, Aurora Energy, and a broad range of industry and government partners. His research focuses on methods of building to improve the construction and thermal performance of Australian housing. This incorporates empirical validation, testing and calibration input for the Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme, CHENATH and AccuRate building simulation programs.

 Recently, Mark has been conducting desktop and empirical studies on the use of mass-timber products as thermal mass and condensation risks in contemporary building systems in Australian cool and temperate climates.


Membership Type Price (All Prices Inclusive of GST)

AIBS Member

Non Member $75
AIBS Student Member $37.50


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9/29/2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
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