MPavilion 2015, Sean Godsell Architects
photo Earl Carter

Victorian Chapter Events

 

Practice Management: aligning budgets, risks and resourcing

The first EmAGN CPD for the year is looking at how practices manage project budgets, risks and resource planning. There are four 2018 CPD events – with each one focusing on a different area of competency that graduates will need to understand and know how they are expressed in their practice. Join us for the Practice Management discussions on the assessment of fee proposals and consultancy agreements to defining of project scope and accessing programs. Register Here.

When: Tue 10 July, 5.30pm
Where: Level 2, 41 Exhibition Street, Melbourne 3000



Navigating Novation & Protecting Design 

This event will cover the common contracts used by large architectural practices and how the role of the architect varies considerably between these contracts. Novation will be a focus as it is being used at an increasing rate with many new large-scale works. There is a need for everyone to understand why Novation is used and what can be done to make this process more positive for architects whilst meeting project outcomes.

Over the two sessions, our experienced practitioners will discuss key issues with the scope of services, protecting design and will analyse different contractual conditions. They will explain how to work through key contractual aspects identifying what to add into contracts and clauses to be aware of.. Register here.

When: 18 & 25 July, 12 - 2pm
Where: Level 2, 41 Exhibition Street, Melbourne 3000



Design: keeping to timeframes & meeting expectations

With a focus on schematic design and design development, our speakers will discuss how they manage cost planning and timeframes to comply with client, brief and regulatory requirements. They are exploring the business of design and how to manage the associated fees, costs and client’s expectations. Register Here.

When: Tue 14 August, 5.30pm
Where: Level 2, 41 Exhibition Street, Melbourne 3000



Webinar - Managing IP: People and Media

This online webinar explores two aspects of Intellectual Property: 1) issues regarding social media, attributions, photography and art incorporated into buildings, 2) People management, people IP and issues with portfolios. Register Here.

When: Mon 20 August, 12.00pm