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Havwoods’ RIBA accredited CPDs are designed with architects and specifiers in mind, delivering meaningful, inspiring content. We currently offer two CPDs: Regenerative Architecture and Wood and Wellbeing. These CPDs will be delivered to you as live online presentations at a date and time convenient to you.

Regenerative Architecture

Regenerative Design is a big step up from just Sustainable Design. It optimises the huge benefits of restorative principals. It optimises good, not just focussing on what is ‘less bad’. Via this CPD we are unpacking a new concept that could have a hugely positive impact in the built environment as well as our current existential crisis of the planet.


Wood and wellbeing

Workplace stress has been named as ‘the health epidemic of the 21st century’ by the World Health Organisation. The good news is that exposure to wooden surfaces has been proven to reduce stress, as our Wood and Wellbeing CPD explores.