E-Learning module Introducing Universal design and Part M of the Building Regulations for students in the built environment


The is a self-paced course to help students develop a basic understanding of universal design and Part M (Access and Use) of the Building Regulations in buildings and the basic application of the requirements of Part M in the design and technical resolution of buildings and the built environment.

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The course is aimed initially at undergraduate Architecture, Architectural Technologist and Interior Architecture students. The course can however be a resource for all students in the built environment to help develop an awareness, understanding and ability to apply the concepts of universal design and the requirements of Part M of the Building Regulations as it applies to the different professions and trades.

Email edtech@mtu.ie if you would like to be sent the SCORM files from the course.

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