Training Calendar

When registering for events:

  • Tick the box next to the training you are interested in to view available courses and the areas they are scheduled to run in (only tick one box at a time).
  • Please note - While we endeavour to run every course, if there is a lack of interest then course dates may change.
  • If the course you require is not available on our training calendar it will now be available via inhouse or cluster group training. Should you have a group of 8 people to be upskilled in a specific topic please contact training@boinz.org.nz and we can assist you in confirming a date and venue that works for you.
































Current Events

February 2022

  • NZHHA Solid Fuel Heating - Amberley - HURUNUI Inhouse training- Confirmed

    9 February 2022 9:00 am - 3:00 pm


    BOINZ and the New Zealand Home Heating Association have partnered to bring a training course which will ensure attendees are aware of the latest product and technical developments, the all important installation requirements and common areas of installation non compliance.

  • TA012 H1 Energy Efficiency - Timaru- Confirmed

    15 February 2022 - 16 February 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will provide an understanding of the mechanics of heat transfer and how to provide insulation of various types to ensure a building provides a safe and warm environment.  It makes sense of the various paths to compliance including schedule, calculation and modelling methods.

  • NZHHA Solid Fuel Heating - New Plymouth- SOLD OUT

    16 February 2022 9:00 am - 3:00 pm


    BOINZ and the New Zealand Home Heating Association have partnered to bring a training course which will ensure attendees are aware of the latest product and technical developments, the all important installation requirements and common areas of installation non compliance.

  • TA008 NZS 3604 Timber Framed Buildings - Hamilton - CONFIRMED

    21 February 2022 - 24 February 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will provide an understanding of NZS 3604 an Acceptable Solution in B1 and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure compliance of a completed construction. An absolute must for anyone starting out in Building Controls.

  • TA020 Beginner Fire Documents - Hurunui - INHOUSE - CONFIRMED

    24 February 2022 - 25 February 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will give participants an understanding of the New Zealand Building Code Clauses C1 - C6 and F7, and the acceptable solutions C/AS1 & C/AS2, VM1 and how these solutions apply to the plans you are processing and the building you are inspecting.


  • TA015 Clause D1 Access Routes/ TA016 Clause F1 Safety of Users - Nelson Inhouse- FULL BOOKED

    25 February 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    A must do and must understand two part course for all BCOs. This two subject one day course defines the specific technical requirements of the NZBC Clause D1 Access Routes and NZBC Clauses F1 - 4 Safety of Users.  The course sets out the performance requirements and how to meet these to provide safe and accessible access routes and most importantly safeguard people from injury or illness.

  • TA008 NZS 3604 Timber Framed Buildings - Palmerston North- CONFIRMED

    28 February 2022 - 3 March 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will provide an understanding of NZS 3604 an Acceptable Solution in B1 and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure compliance of a completed construction. An absolute must for anyone starting out in Building Controls.

March 2022

  • TA002 Building Controls - Hamilton- CONFIRMED

    7 March 2022 - 9 March 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will give participants an understanding of the ‘Big Picture’ in terms of the building environment, local government and private sector building controls, agencies, the people and the language and how as a Building Official they fit into the picture.

  • TA015 Clause D1 Access Routes/ TA016 Clause F1 Safety of Users - Dunedin- CONFIRMED

    11 March 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    A must do and must understand two part course for all BCOs. This two subject one day course defines the specific technical requirements of the NZBC Clause D1 Access Routes and NZBC Clauses F1 - 4 Safety of Users.  The course sets out the performance requirements and how to meet these to provide safe and accessible access routes and most importantly safeguard people from injury or illness.

  • TA002 Building Controls - Southland District Council-In house - CONFIRMED

    14 March 2022 - 16 March 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will give participants an understanding of the ‘Big Picture’ in terms of the building environment, local government and private sector building controls, agencies, the people and the language and how as a Building Official they fit into the picture.

  • TA019 Plumbing and Drainage Compliance - Hamilton- CONFIRMED

    14 March 2022 - 18 March 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    This course is aimed to give participants knowledge and understanding of water supply and sanitary plumbing. The course will cover Acceptable Solutions including the applicable G Clauses and AS/NZS 3500 in depth for all buildings (including multi-storey solutions). It also provides information on water supply; onsite sewerage disposal and storm water.

  • INT020 Intermediate Fire Documents - Timaru in house training- CONFIRMED

    16 March 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This one-day face to face course provides BCOs' with a sound understanding of the FEB process and how Councils can play a more effective role.


  • TA013 E2 Weathertightness - Timaru- CONFIRMED

    22 March 2022 - 23 March 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will provide an understanding of the mechanics of water and of the NZBC as it applies to water entry and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure compliance of a completed construction.

  • TA013 E2 Weathertightness - Hamilton

    28 March 2022 - 29 March 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will provide an understanding of the mechanics of water and of the NZBC as it applies to water entry and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure compliance of a completed construction.

  • WEB020 Refresher Fire Documents - Half Day Webinar

    30 March 2022 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

    This half day (4 hour) interactive webinar is designed for those who have completed the 2 day TA020 Beginner Fire Documents course within the last 3 years. It commences with a pre-course knowledge check of the Acceptable Solutions and the NZ Building Code.

April 2022

  • TA017 Services and Facilities - Wellington

    4 April 2022 - 5 April 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will provide participants with a working knowledge of those clauses of the NZBC that provide for the quality, amenity and user safety within the internal spaces of our built environment. The correct application of these Code Clauses is essential to achieve an acceptably safe and healthy internal environment. All building surveyors require an understanding of the principals behind these clauses and the minimum requirements of the NZBC.


  • TA015 Clause D1 Access Routes/ TA016 Clause F1 Safety of Users - Wellington

    6 April 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    A must do and must understand two part course for all BCOs. This two subject one day course defines the specific technical requirements of the NZBC Clause D1 Access Routes and NZBC Clauses F1 - 4 Safety of Users.  The course sets out the performance requirements and how to meet these to provide safe and accessible access routes and most importantly safeguard people from injury or illness.

  • INT020 Intermediate Fire Documents - Wellington- CONFIRMED

    28 April 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This one-day face to face course provides BCOs' with a sound understanding of the FEB process and how Councils can play a more effective role.


May 2022

  • Interactive Webinar - WEB004 Accreditation

    3 May 2022 8:30 am - 1:00 pm


    This course is designed to give participants the knowledge and understanding of the Accreditation process and their part in maintaining their BCAs Accreditation.


  • TA019 Plumbing and Drainage Compliance - Timaru- CONFIRMED

    9 May 2022 - 13 May 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    This course is aimed to give participants knowledge and understanding of water supply and sanitary plumbing. The course will cover Acceptable Solutions including the applicable G Clauses and AS/NZS 3500 in depth for all buildings (including multi-storey solutions). It also provides information on water supply; onsite sewerage disposal and storm water.

  • TA014 B2 Durability - Hamilton

    10 May 2022 - 11 May 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    The Building Code stipulates requirements around the durability of various building components, ensuring the continued safety and health of building users.  This course provides clear guidance for Steel fixings, timber, concrete, structural steel, claddings, membranes and sealants.


  • TA008 NZS 3604 Timber Framed Buildings - Wellington-CONFIRMED

    17 May 2022 - 20 May 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will provide an understanding of NZS 3604 an Acceptable Solution in B1 and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure compliance of a completed construction. An absolute must for anyone starting out in Building Controls.

June 2022

  • TA017 Services and Facilities - Timaru- CONFIRMED

    2 June 2022 - 3 June 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will provide participants with a working knowledge of those clauses of the NZBC that provide for the quality, amenity and user safety within the internal spaces of our built environment. The correct application of these Code Clauses is essential to achieve an acceptably safe and healthy internal environment. All building surveyors require an understanding of the principals behind these clauses and the minimum requirements of the NZBC.


  • INT020 Intermediate Fire Documents - Tauranga- CONFIRMED

    13 June 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This one-day face to face course provides BCOs' with a sound understanding of the FEB process and how Councils can play a more effective role.


  • TA014 B2 Durability - Timaru - CONFIRMED

    28 June 2022 - 29 June 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    The Building Code stipulates requirements around the durability of various building components, ensuring the continued safety and health of building users.  This course provides clear guidance for Steel fixings, timber, concrete, structural steel, claddings, membranes and sealants.


July 2022

  • ADV005 Difficult to Consent - Southland - Inhouse-CONFIRMED

    4 July 2022 9:00 am - 4:30 pm


    The Difficult to Consent provides guidance on New Zealand's regulatory system and how to apply it beyond the normal bounds of typical residential, commercial, and industrial construction. This includes Building Control consideration of Regulatory requirements for boats, vehicles, yurts, and shipping containers, as well as off-site and off-shore prefabrication, modular construction, and transportable buildings construction methodology that challenges our traditionally accepted compliance pathway.


  • TA012 H1 Energy Efficiency - Hamilton- CONFIRMED

    4 July 2022 - 5 July 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will provide an understanding of the mechanics of heat transfer and how to provide insulation of various types to ensure a building provides a safe and warm environment.  It makes sense of the various paths to compliance including schedule, calculation and modelling methods.

  • ADV027 As Near As Reasonably Practicable (ANARP) Workshop - Southland - Inhouse - CONFIRMED

    5 July 2022 9:00 am - 4:30 pm


    Through interaction and case study review, participants will develop the understanding and skills necessary to make decisions relating to 'upgrading of existing buildings, as nearly as is reasonably practicable'.


  • TA022 BWoF and Specified Systems - Dunedin - CONFIRMED

    11 July 2022 - 13 July 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will give a participant an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the compliance schedule regime, including how a compliance schedule should be prepared. The requirements around Warrants of Fitness and other documentation is provided, and an explanation of each specified system, and the inspection and maintenance regimes which ensure the safe operation of these systems.


September 2022

  • INT020 Intermediate Fire Documents - Palmerston North- CONFIRMED

    9 September 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This one-day face to face course provides BCOs' with a sound understanding of the FEB process and how Councils can play a more effective role.


  • TA015 Clause D1 Access Routes/ TA016 Clause F1 Safety of Users - Hamilton- CONFIRMED

    16 September 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    A must do and must understand two part course for all BCOs. This two subject one day course defines the specific technical requirements of the NZBC Clause D1 Access Routes and NZBC Clauses F1 - 4 Safety of Users.  The course sets out the performance requirements and how to meet these to provide safe and accessible access routes and most importantly safeguard people from injury or illness.

  • ADV005 Difficult to Consent - Wellington- CONFIRMED

    20 September 2022 9:00 am - 4:30 pm


    The Difficult to Consent provides guidance on New Zealand's regulatory system and how to apply it beyond the normal bounds of typical residential, commercial, and industrial construction. This includes Building Control consideration of Regulatory requirements for boats, vehicles, yurts, and shipping containers, as well as off-site and off-shore prefabrication, modular construction, and transportable buildings construction methodology that challenges our traditionally accepted compliance pathway.


  • TA020 Beginner Fire Documents - Hamilton- CONFIRMED

    20 September 2022 - 21 September 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will give participants an understanding of the New Zealand Building Code Clauses C1 - C6 and F7, and the acceptable solutions C/AS1 & C/AS2, VM1 and how these solutions apply to the plans you are processing and the building you are inspecting.


  • ADV027 As Near As Reasonably Practicable (ANARP) Workshop - Wellington-CONFIRMED

    21 September 2022 9:00 am - 4:30 pm


    Through interaction and case study review, participants will develop the understanding and skills necessary to make decisions relating to 'upgrading of existing buildings, as nearly as is reasonably practicable'.


  • TA002 Building Controls -Dunedin - CONFIRMED

    21 September 2022 - 23 September 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will give participants an understanding of the ‘Big Picture’ in terms of the building environment, local government and private sector building controls, agencies, the people and the language and how as a Building Official they fit into the picture.

  • INT020 Intermediate Fire Documents - Hamilton- CONFIRMED

    22 September 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This one-day face to face course provides BCOs' with a sound understanding of the FEB process and how Councils can play a more effective role.


October 2022

  • TA019 Plumbing and Drainage Compliance - Hamilton- CONFIRMED

    3 October 2022 - 7 October 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    This course is aimed to give participants knowledge and understanding of water supply and sanitary plumbing. The course will cover Acceptable Solutions including the applicable G Clauses and AS/NZS 3500 in depth for all buildings (including multi-storey solutions). It also provides information on water supply; onsite sewerage disposal and storm water.

  • TA009 NZS 4229 Concrete Masonry Building not Requiring Specific Engineering Design - Wellington- CONFIRMED

    4 October 2022 - 5 October 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will provide an understanding of the content of the NZS 4229:2013 and NZS 4210:2001 and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure compliance of a completed concrete masonry construction.

  • TA008 NZS 3604 Timber Framed Buildings - Dunedin- CONFIRMED

    4 October 2022 - 7 October 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will provide an understanding of NZS 3604 an Acceptable Solution in B1 and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure compliance of a completed construction. An absolute must for anyone starting out in Building Controls.

  • ADV005 Difficult to Consent - Hamilton- CONFIRMED

    11 October 2022 9:00 am - 4:30 pm


    The Difficult to Consent provides guidance on New Zealand's regulatory system and how to apply it beyond the normal bounds of typical residential, commercial, and industrial construction. This includes Building Control consideration of Regulatory requirements for boats, vehicles, yurts, and shipping containers, as well as off-site and off-shore prefabrication, modular construction, and transportable buildings construction methodology that challenges our traditionally accepted compliance pathway.


  • TA020 Beginner Fire Documents - Dunedin- CONFIRMED

    11 October 2022 - 12 October 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will give participants an understanding of the New Zealand Building Code Clauses C1 - C6 and F7, and the acceptable solutions C/AS1 & C/AS2, VM1 and how these solutions apply to the plans you are processing and the building you are inspecting.


  • ADV027 As Near As Reasonably Practicable (ANARP) Workshop - Hamilton- CONFIRMED

    12 October 2022 9:00 am - 4:30 pm


    Through interaction and case study review, participants will develop the understanding and skills necessary to make decisions relating to 'upgrading of existing buildings, as nearly as is reasonably practicable'.


  • TA009 NZS 4229 Concrete Masonry Building not Requiring Specific Engineering Design - Dunedin- CONFIRMED

    25 October 2022 - 26 October 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


    This course will provide an understanding of the content of the NZS 4229:2013 and NZS 4210:2001 and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure compliance of a completed concrete masonry construction.

November 2022

  • ADV005 Difficult to Consent - Dunedin- Confirmed

    1 November 2022 9:00 am - 4:30 pm


    The Difficult to Consent provides guidance on New Zealand's regulatory system and how to apply it beyond the normal bounds of typical residential, commercial, and industrial construction. This includes Building Control consideration of Regulatory requirements for boats, vehicles, yurts, and shipping containers, as well as off-site and off-shore prefabrication, modular construction, and transportable buildings construction methodology that challenges our traditionally accepted compliance pathway.


  • ADV027 As Near As Reasonably Practicable (ANARP) Workshop - Dunedin- CONFIRMED

    2 November 2022 9:00 am - 4:30 pm


    Through interaction and case study review, participants will develop the understanding and skills necessary to make decisions relating to 'upgrading of existing buildings, as nearly as is reasonably practicable'.


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