The CSA Awards are back and calling for your entries!
It’s your chance to prove to peers, clients and competitors that you’re at the top of your game!
Building on the success of the 2018 event, which saw the awards ceremony move to central London, the 2019 CSA Awards Dinner will be held at the Guoman Tower Hotel. Nestled amidst the River Thames, the Tower of London and St Katherine Docks, with spectacular views of Tower Bridge, this venue will allow the awards to further develop and make London its home for years to come.
For anyone involved with ‘commissioning’, this awards programme provides the perfect platform to get your achievements noticed.
Entry is easy and completely free of charge. Just visit www.csa-awards.co.uk to complete an online entry form.
And if selected as a Finalist, enjoy some fantastic publicity. Experience amazing hospitality, celebrate with colleagues, network with peers and be part of the commissioning industry’s best celebration.
The date: Thursday 18th June 2020.
CSA 29th Annual General Meeting
Thursday 18th June 2020
4.00pm Great Harry Room, The Guoman Tower Hotel London E1
We would like to invite you to join us at the CSA 30th Annual General Meeting on Thursday 18th June 2020 at 4.00pm in the Great Harry Room, The Guoman Tower Bridge Hotel, St. Katharine’s Way, London E1.
The AGM will be presented by the CSA Chairman, Mr. Mark Todd and Vice Chairman, Mr. Roy Tyler, who will highlight the successes of the past 12 months as well as focus on plans and key objectives for 2020/2021. Each sub-committee Chairman also reports on their committee.
Everyone is welcome and we look forward to seeing you.
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The Next Grade 4 Technical & Theory Exam will be held on Saturday 16th MAY 2020 - If you would like to sit the exam, please e-mail Julie at the CSA office - e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send you a "Mock" Grade 4 Exam paper which gives a selection of the type of questions asked in the exam. Please note that a better pass rate is achieved if you have worked through the Distance Learning Courses.⇈ Back to top
Introduction to Commissioning Management 2-day Course
Established in 1990, the CSA is an association for the commissioning industry within the construction world. Its membership comprises commissioning industry companies, individual commissioning engineers and associated companies (such as equipment manufacturers and instrument suppliers), who have a vested interest in ensuring that the commissioning function in today's complex built environment is carried out to a uniformly high standard.
With an already established and renowned portfolio of training courses, the CSA has constructed the ‘Introduction to Commissioning Management’ course to give real life insight and guidance to the entire Commissioning Management Process.
This 2-day course is split into 8 sessions, providing exercises to assess and guide Delegates through specific activities. Each session contains:
On successful completion of all 8 sessions each delegate will be awarded a CSA Introduction to Commissioning Management certificate and CSA members who are a Grade 5 and have the relevant path of development experience would then be able to apply for their Grade 6.
Various Locations – see course dates.
Course Dates - the next course dates 4TH & 5TH FEBRUARY 2020 - HORSHAM
AND 20TH & 21ST APRIL 2020 - MANCHESTER
Although the final dates have yet to be confirmed, it is envisaged that three courses will be run during the latter part of this year, in the months of October, November and December.
This unique 2-day course is priced at £600.00 + VAT for CSA Members and £700.00 +VAT for non-members.
For further information and to express interest in attending this important training course, please contact Julie Parker or Joanne Rowe at the CSA on
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NEW TM 17
This Technical Memorandum is intended to explain the theory and practice of:
How Differential Pressure Control Values (DPCV) control water flow rates. The effect on flow rates as 2 port control valves open and close. How DPCVs are commissioned.
By understanding how a DPCV works and how flow rates can vary in zones controlled (protected) by a DPCV, the Commissioning Engineer should be better equipped to understand and interpret commissioning results in relation to DPCV systems.
Available free to CSA members as a download from the CSA Website or £24.00 to non members. Contact the CSA office 01403 754133 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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