AIRAH Webinar – Streamline

Welcome to Streamline – AIRAH's webinar sessions covering important topics for HVAC&R professionals and practitioners.

AIRAH is pleased to present a series of webinars throughout 2020 – our Centenary year. These online learning opportunities are free for AIRAH members and provide you with the opportunity to earn CPD hours. Non-AIRAH members are asked to pay a registration fee.

Streamline will explore technical topics, offer insights into the built environment, and help to refine your skills. Experienced facilitators will guide you through their topics of expertise, sharing their latest knowledge that can be applied to your day-to-day work. Each webinar also includes a question and answer session, giving attendees a great opportunity to explore topics in-depth.

If you're interested in attending, please register to reserve your spot and receive the meeting link.

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Coming Streamline sessions:


Thursday,
August 13

12.30–1.15pm (AEST) / 12–12.45pm (ACST) / 10.30–11.15am (AWST)


NCC 2019 Section J Case Study Series: Pumps

This webinar will explore how all new pipework and pump systems must comply with 2019 NCC Construction Code Section J — the pump systems Deemed-to-Satisfy (DTS) requirements are covered under Part J5.7 of the building code. 

 

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Thursday,
August 27

12.30–1.15pm (AEST) / 12–12.45pm (ACST) / 10.30–11.15am (AWST)


DA07 Moisture Control Guidelines

This webinar will provide an overview of the newly released DA07 Criteria for Moisture Control Design Analysis in Buildings manual. 

This Streamline session is presented by Jesse Clarke, M.AIRAH (Chair of the Building Physics Special Technical Group), with support from Ecolibrium.

 

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Thursday,
September 10

12.30–1.15pm (AEST) / 12–12.45pm (ACST) / 10.30–11.15am (AWST)


Engineering HVAC for Smart Buildings

This webinar will look at the common issues in a Hydronic system and how pressure independent valves can save energy as compared to conventional control system in buildings. 

 

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Big Data and Analytics Virtual Forum 2020

  Originally scheduled to take place in Melbourne, AIRAH’s Big Data and Analytics Virtual Forum 2020 has been transformed into a live-streamed half-day event on Thursday, August 6. It is a chance to hear from industry leaders as we break down what big data is and how we, as an industry, can improve the built environment’s operational efficiencies.

This event forms part of AIRAH's Centenary celebrations. For more information on the speakers and sessions, please click here.

i-Hub Summit

AIRAH and the Innovation Hub for Affordable Heating and Cooling (i-Hub) hosted a digital summit in June/July 2020. These free sessions offered insight into the research and projects being undertaken to discover the sustainable pathways to affordable heating and cooling. 

i-Hub is an initiative led by AIRAH in conjunction with CSIRO, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), the University of Melbourne and the University of Wollongong and supported by Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to facilitate the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC&R) industry’s transition to a low emissions future, stimulate jobs growth, and showcase HVAC&R innovation in buildings.

This Project has received funding from Australian Government's Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) as part of ARENA’s Advancing Renewables Program.


Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

In addition to these webinars being free for AIRAH members, you will also earn one CPD hour for each one you attend/watch.

If you watch the webinar live, during its original broadcast time, you will not need to manually log this in your CPD diary. If you watch a recording of the webinar, you must track this yourself to earn the CPD hour. For assistance, please email training@airah.org.au

AIRAH recommends members undertake 150 hours of CPD over three years. Maintaining CPD throughout your career is an important way to expand your knowledge, maintain up-to-date technical skills and progress your HVAC&R career.

Click here for more information on eligible CPD activities.

 


Suggest a topic

Please let us know if there’s a topic you’d like to hear more about, or if you have HVAC&R expertise/knowledge that you’d be interested in sharing. Please email to suggest a webinar topic.