Date(s) - 15 Oct '20
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Rudolf Opperman (Technical Advisor: Architecture and National Building Regulations, National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications) will set the background for this conversation by exploring the following themes:
– What does self-certification by built environment professionals such as architects entail, and does this happen internationally?
– Are built-environment professions trained to self-certify?
– Do developers trust their consultants enough to self-certify?
– What are the risks of self-certification and how can these be mitigated?
– Can government move from gatekeeper to auditor and educator?
– What regulatory policy framework needs to be in place to allow for self-certification?
Our facilitator and session panelists yet to be confirmed will engage with Rudolf with input from delegates, both before and during the event.