The talks delivered seek to ‘plant a seed’ – the topics are too complex to squeeze into a one hour talk, but, we aim to highlight key matters that students should know about going into the workplace.
We aim to address the differences between Daylight and Sunlight matters, that may be requested as part of the planning process, and, importantly, highlight the differences between these types of reports, and, the legal issues of Right to Light.
We show how easy it can be to be ‘caught out’ by making incorrect assumptions in projects, with a view to limiting exposure to claims of negligence in the workplace in future. Indeed, we often find that students we speak to go into their future jobs knowing more about these critical matters, especially the risks associated with Right to Light, than some of the employers.
Our presentation lasts for approximately 1 to 1.5 hours, and includes plenty of opportunity for students to ask questions. We try to bring the talk to life by using real case studies.