CEDIA (the Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association) is to host its first-ever “Designing Integrated Future Ready Homes” conference at this year’s Home Technology Event (training: 14-17 June 2010, exhibition 15-17 June 2010, ICC London ExCeL). Supported by RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects), the conference will provide training for architects and design professionals who want to learn more about residential custom installation and the benefits it can bring to their projects.
The free half-day conference at the Home Technology Event will take place on the afternoon of Wednesday 16 June at the ExCeL London venue, giving architects access to a tailored education programme. CEDIA is offering two courses at the event which will explain the benefits of including smart home technology in residential projects. Attendees will participate in the RIBA CPD course, “Designing Integrated Future-Ready Homes”, followed by CEDIA’s latest RIBA accredited, advanced CPD offering, “Using Technology to Manage Energy in the Home”.
Architects taking part in these RIBA CPD accredited training courses will earn RIBA approved CPD points. The sessions will be followed by the opportunity to take a guided tour of the show floor, which is itself CPD accredited, where they can meet and discuss technologies face-to-face with exhibitors.