New programme to advise sector on bathroom equipment and adaptations

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Wetroom specialist Impey has launched a new range of seminars targeting specifiers, OTs and architects to develop technical knowledge of bathroom adaptations.

The RIBA CPD training seminars will offer advice to the bathroom adaptations sector on showering adaptations and guide on specifying wetroom and accessible showering equipment.

James Walker, specification manager, explained: “Our new CPD seminar covers in detail the subjects of accessible showering and adapted showering and is designed to promote a greater understanding of the requirement for inclusive  showering options in all environments.”

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Impey’s new CPD course covers the following elements:

  • The growth in the requirement for accessible showering
  • The benefits of wetrooms, level access and low-level access showering
  • How to specify an adapted bathroom, including considerations for safe showering and slip resistance
  • Issues to be aware of when surveying prior to an adaptation including surveying hints, tips and checkpoints for appropriate drainage and additional adaptation aids

The seminar can be organised at a location of choice or at the company’s in-house training facility at their Somerset office.

The care solutions division of the brand supplies healthcare trusts, care and retirement developments, councils and homeowners with level access showering solutions for elderly and disabled users.

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