15612 Building Regulation6cp; block mode
Anti-requisite(s): 49462 Building Regulation
This subject is a core subject in the Graduate Certificate in Development Assessment (C11204) and can also be taken as a short course.
Extensive changes to planning and building law, particularly the move to integrated assessment of development proposals, mean that a wider range of professionals now require skills in building regulation. This subject provides up-to-date advice in interpreting and applying the regulatory requirements for dwellings (Class 1) and outbuildings (Class 10) as contained in the Building Code of Australia (BCA) and NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
This subject is of value to a range of professionals and others whose work requires knowledge and skills in interpreting and applying building regulations. This could include planners, architects, building surveyors and development engineers.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125