NSBRC training

The National Self Build and Renovation Centre has partnered with NaCSBA to deliver a series of free webinars to help anyone interested in building their own home understand the various stages, and key decisions, involved in a self build project. These one hour sessions are delivered by Self Build Specialist Mike Hardwick and will be hosted on Zoom (free to download).

The first wave will start on Wednesday 15th April at 11am, and will be running the following Wednesdays at 11am, over three sessions. The first session will be packed with helpful information and there will be a chance to ask questions to Mike and the NSBRC team.

Session 1: Budgeting, Finding Land and Design – Wednesday 15th April
Session 2: The Planning process and Building Regulations – Wednesday 22nd April
Session 3: Trades & Materials – Wednesday 29th April

The webinar is free, but you must book via Eventbrite.

Note: its worth downloading and testing Zoom prior to the event to make sure your system is working in time for the start.

Meet Mike

Mike Hardwick is an independent self build consultant. Having been through the process of building the Hardwick family home, he has specialised in helping others to do the same, having previously run the self build and project management courses at the NSBRC for several years. A regular on the self build show circuit, Mike is currently General Manager of NaCSBA.

Mike recently wrote a blog on self building during the crisis, which you may be interested in if your own project is underway.

The National Self Build and Renovation Centre is the only permanent exhibition space educating people about self building your own home, and is an essential resource for anyone converting, building or extending their home, with a chance to see products and materials first hand.

While currently closed due to the crisis, the centre is operating a virtual enquiry service. Simply fill in the online form indicating which categories of exhibitors you are interested in to receive information from them.

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