22 escuelas y organizaciones en Kingsford, NSW, AU
- 38-40 Parramatta Rd Summer HillNSW213050503
Verve Design Centre is the industry's new premier resource and education centre for the interior design and architectural community. The Studio is presented as a premier, one-stop selection, supply and resource studio. A uniquely designed demonstration showroom space, showcasing the essential products, materials, fixtures and fittings required to completely fit out any residential project. The Studio is a fully serviced, operational and inviting environment, housing dedicated client meeting areas and the latest in remote access technology for presentation purposes
The principle purpose of Building Designers Association of Australia is to be recognised as a leading professional design force in the building industry. Building Designers Australia consists of a dedicated group of professionals who design and document building projects throughout Australia. Building Designers Australia is a mature and active association which enjoys a high level of respect from the public, manufacturers and all levels of government. Building Designer Association of Australia represents the interests, standards and professional development of Building Designers in every state and territory of Australia. Members are bound by a Code of Ethics and encouraged to operate at the highest professional level at all times. The Association encourages design excellence from its members and promotes the benefits of good building design to the public. Building Designers Australia is active in the development of education and training standards relevant to the building design profession and is now recognised by governments and educational institutions as the leading professional body for building designers.
- 4 BYFIELD STREET MACQUARIE PARKNSW2113
Housing Industry Association (HIA) is the official body of Australia’s home building industry. We proudly represent the interests of the housing industry at regional and national levels, promoting industry standards. HIA is the voice of our extensive members, including residential builders, trade contractors, developers, renovators, design professionals, kitchen and bathroom specialists, manufacturers and suppliers. We have been supporting the Australian home building industry for more than 70 years, offering valuable information and supplying a wealth of services. Our integrity gives members and their customers someone to trust.
- Head Office West PymbleNSW207350501
AILDM is Australia's leading association of qualified landscape design and management professionals. AILDM members combine technical, horticultural and design expertise to create and implement beautiful outdoor spaces for private homes, public parks, schools and playgrounds, aged care facilities and many other commercial landscapes. You will find AILDM members in all states and major cities, as well as regional centres. AILDM is committed to the advancement of landscape design and management, and the maintenance of professional standards and integrity within the landscape industry
Handkrafted is a community marketplace connecting people with passionate makers to commission quality bespoke goods. With an initial focus on woodworkers and custom furniture makers, we are currently expanding to metalworkers, lighting makers, upholsterers and concrete artisans. We will continue expanding available crafts over time.
- 456 Church St ParramattaNSW215040501
Landscape NSW & ACT Ltd (LNA) is a Not For Profit organisation, that represents the interests of the two state’s landscape and garden maintenance contractors, designers and suppliers of products and services. The LNA promotes the importance of landscaping to the liveability of our urban environments and the integral role it must play in the future planning and development of our cities.
- Suite 1, Level 1, Building 1 20 Bridge StreetPymbleNSW2073
The Australian Window Association is made up of over 600 window manufacturers and industry suppliers throughout Australia. Members of the association have products tested to Australian Standard AS2047. You can be confident that products are made to withstand Australian conditions when purchasing from an AWA member. Don't risk costly replacement of non-compliant products that are not suited to Australian conditions. AWA Members are committed to a more professional industry and are informed of industry changes both technical and regulatory to ensure compliance and up-to-date business practices. MISSION The mission of the AWA is to be the peak membership organisation of the Australian fenestration industry, to endorse compliant, sustainable and fit-for-purpose products and to provide services to members that support their efforts to operate successfully. GOALS In order to achieve its purpose, Australian Window Association will: 1. Drive product conformity and compliance 2. Provide advice and support to members 3. Facilitate technical capability and knowledge 4. Develop relevant skillsets through training 5. Influence industry and product sustainability 6. Advocate to governments and regulators 7. Promote to members, stakeholders, the community and consumers 8. Finance the achievement of the mission 9. Ensure good governance of the association 10. Retain and grow membership
Master Painters Australia NSW Association Inc. is a not for profit industry association representing painting and decorating contractors and employers in NSW. Since its foundation over 100 years ago, MPA has been an independent representative for firms and individuals conducting business in the painting, decorating and sign writing trades. We do this by our involvement with numerous government consultative forums both nationally and at a state level. The Association seeks to advance, encourage and recognise the highest standards of trade craftsmanship and ethical business practice in residential, strata, industrial commercial and historical projects. We do this by providing members and consumers with up-to-date information on a regular basis and also through our Awards for Excellence which is held annually and where we see the best of the best competing. A member of Master Painters has a range of resources available to them by way of magazines, e-bulletins, industry consultants, updated resources, accredited and certified courses, including Lead Paint and Asbestos and Sustainable Painting Practices, for a list of professional courses. The Master Painters Association has also been selected to carry out the assessment of painters for licensing for NSW Fair Trading.
- Oyster BayNSW2225
At BFDA we provide professional training and skills for a career as building designers and design technicians. As well as offering the Certificate IV in Building Design Drafting, and ArchiCAD Fundamentals, we also offer opportunities to develop professionally with our short courses and workshops. Our Design Essentials courses are aimed at Home Renovators and the Professional Development Courses are aimed at Design Professionals. In our short courses we share our knowledge and creative tips and tricks that you can apply to your projects immediately. At Built Form Design Academy we believe that confidence is the key to creating a home that reflects your personality. And that is why we have created a series of short courses we call Design Essentials. Our courses provide information, ideas and practical examples to try out on your own projects.
- GPO Box 288 SydneyNSW2001
Our Vision is to enable the public to understand, enjoy and discuss architecture, locally and beyond. The Australian Architecture Association supports discourse and the promotion of architecture in the Australian cultural milieu - architecture that is manifestly of its place and its time, which is simultaneously modern and timeless. The right to practise with integrity, in an ethical and sustainable manner and with artistic and technical excellence is fundamental to architecture that is contemporary, culturally informed and socially engaged. A constituency drawn from architects, likeminded professionals, commerce and the broad community will embed contemporary architecture as a primary tenet of our society.
- Rose BayNSW2029
Purpose Educate 1000 is a national education campaign designed to deepen a culture of PERFORMANCE, COMPLIANCE and COLLABORATION in Australia’s residential building industry. Drivers Many new homes and renovations, as-built, aren’t meeting building code requirements for energy use and thermal comfort. For Australia’s residential building industry to become net zero emissions by 2050, enhanced skills are required to get the job done. Education Seminars and workshops will be held around Australia from September 2017 to November 2018. The education aims to: Provide the workforce with the skills required to design and construct homes that perform - renovations and new builds. Address the issue of under compliance to state-based energy efficiency and thermal regulations. Reduce the use of non-conforming building products and increase the use of 'fit for purpose' systems and products. Highlight the efforts currently being undertaken by industry members to reduce Australia's emissions. Showcase the value of strong collaboration - design team, suppliers, construction team and the home owner. Drive better communication channels between industry and community.
NAWIC is an Australian Not-For-Profit organisation formed in 1995 whose mission is to champion and empower women in the construction and related industries to reach their full potential. NAWIC provides a forum for its members to meet and exchange information, ideas and solutions. The association offers members an opportunity to expand personal and business networks, maintain awareness of industry developments, improve skills and knowledge, and make a contribution to other women in the construction industry. Our Vision: An equitable industry within which women fully participate. Our Mission: To champion and empower women in the construction and related industries to reach their full potential. Our Values: Courage, Inclusion, Resilience, Integrity, Safety & Wellbeing
The security screen industry is a complex and dynamic industry, characterised by a diverse stakeholder base, federal, state and local government legislation, licencing and standards. The National Security Screen Association (NSSA) Queensland has been the only active chapter of the NSSA for many years and has recently begun the process of driving change nationally. In February 2016, the AWA expanded its secretariat to include the NSSAQ and accepted the task of rebuilding the NSSA to a national level. Responding to concerns and frustrations voiced by industry members, the NSSA has affiliated itself with the AWA to create a fully functioning, member driven national industry body. This forms part of a wider fenestration related group of associations coming together to realise reduced running costs, improved services to all members and a wider advocacy voice with standards, codes and governments. The charter for NSSA is to advocate on behalf of its members, to set industry standards and drive greater collaboration and cohesion between the industry and suppliers through training, education and awareness nationally. NSSA OBJECTIVES The NSSA currently has seven key objectives: • Compliance/Accreditation • Membership • Technical • Marketing and Communication • Lobbying/Advocacy • Knowledge and Education • Licencing