What training looks like in this new ‘normal’


With the ongoing COVID-19 situation our ‘normal’ lives might seem like they are on pause, and our opportunities for personal and professional development have disappeared, however, CIBSE, as a leading authority in building services engineering, is still prioritising its duty to support its members, and the wider building services community, during these uncertain times. This is why CIBSE Training is focussing its attention on new online learning opportunities.

Virtual Learning. The CIBSE Training Team has been working hard to adapt your ‘classroom’ learning experience to the online medium, so you can still benefit from our knowledgeable trainers and valuable content. Virtual Learning gives you access to video-recorded sessions; supportive text, to enhance your learning experience; quizzes, to test your understanding of the course; and a CPD certificate upon completion. 

The virtual learning portfolio has been expanding, including courses from various key areas in building services, such as:

Virtual Learning provides a new meaning to the way you learn online. Supporting your SUCCESS is our main priority.

Supportive and interactive content such as quizzes
Updated content, guidance and relevant legislations
CPD hours 
Continuous improvement of our content based on feedback 
Examples based on real life situations
Sessions recorded so you can dip in and out of your learning journey at your own pace
Supplying live Q&A sessions with the trainer for corporate offerings

Live LearningLive Learning is an engaging online event where the trainer delivers the course live to the registered participants. The training team will also schedule in live sessions for its most popular courses, email your demands to training@cibse.org

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