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Ancon designs and manufactures high integrity steel components providing strength and stability to concrete-framed and masonry-clad buildings/structures around the world. Trusted for their integrity, reliability and compliance, Ancon has been conducting CPD Seminars for over 25 years.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Support And Restraint Of Masonry Cladding On Framed Buildings

    Seminar | Ancon Building Products

    Ancon Building Products

    Seminar on how to: select wall ties and restraint fixings to current European standards and UK Building Regulations; limit heat and sound transfer; support masonry over horizontal movement joints; position and detail vertical movement joints; strengthen masonry panels.

  • Designing for Joints in Structural Concrete

    Seminar | Ancon Building Products

    Ancon Building Products

    Seminar for:
    • Replacing lapped joints & projecting starter bars using reinforcement continuity systems
    • Selection, performance and testing of rebar couplers
    • Incorporating thermal breaks at balcony locations
    • Transferring shear across movement joints and accommodating thermal movement in two directions
    • Replacing double columns, corbels and half lap joints
    • Reinforcing against punching shear to EC2 using links and stud rail systems

  • The Correct Use of Wall Ties and Head Restraints

    Seminar | Ancon Building Products

    Ancon Building Products

    This seminar provides an overview of best practice in the selection and installation of common masonry fixings; focusing on cavity wall ties and head restraints. It has been designed to educate the market on key issues raised by the 2017 ‘Report of the Independent Inquiry into the Construction of Edinburgh Schools’ which found avoidable construction defects in the masonry panels. A recommendation given by Standing Committee on Structural Safety (SCOSS) in February 2017 was “Designers and constructors must become more aware of the safety critical nature of fixings”. The seminar is designed to address this industry need.