National Construction Code (NCC) training provided by Jazcorp Australia ADEB as set out by the Australian Building Codes Board  provides participants with knowledge about the changes to the NCC and the requirements which comprises of; the Building Code of Australia (BCA), Volume One and Two; and the Plumbing Code of Australia (PCA), as Volume Three.


The NCC is a collection of the Performance Requirements for all classes of buildings and reflects the only legal requirements of the NCC.

Each volume pertains to different classes within the commercial, industrial and residential buildings, with the NCC detailing the different requirements for each building classification and is aimed at improving the consistency between building, energy frameworks and plumbing.

Venue :  Liberty Offices Training Room - Falcon - Level  1/53 Burswood Rd, Burswood 

Time : 9.00am - 11.30am ; Morning Tea,  Certificates of Attendance and material provided 

The National Construction Code is considered by some as a complex document to understand and interpret. If you are liaising with Architects, Designers, Builders it is important for your business to understand the basic language of the NCC and be able to interpret the codes 

We also include a brief on  Presentation skills and delivering and understanding CPD points 


Who should attend? 

All building practitioners - Architect Representatives,  Industry Sales Representatives and Managers, Administration and Estimators 

Presented by Scott Wakefield  - ADEB National Training Manager & Mark Viska - Senior Building Surveyor and ADEB Partner BCA Consultants 

Using the NCC 

Participants will understand 

The NCC and its structure as a performance based code

•Complying with the NCC

•Performance Solutions and Assessment Methods

•Building Classifications

•The Language of the NCC and referenced documents

The above is delivered by Scott Wakefield  - ADEB National Training Manager & Mark Viska - Senior Building Surveyor and ADEB Partner BCA Consultants 

NCC Changes 2019

Understand the upcoming changes in 2019 to include Readability , Quantification , new verification methods, fire resistance, health and amenity , energy efficiency and more

An estimated 40% of the Code's performance requirements will be quantified either directly or by a NCC Verification method designed to assist the reduction on non-compliance caused by poor application of performance solutions 

The NCC has undergone significant structural change to improve access awareness and understanding. This included introducing consistent governing requirements across all three Volumes and changes to the format and structure of the NCC online. NCC Volume three has been redrafted consistent with a new information architecture that aims to improve access and radability of the document in a digital environment as well as in preparation for a consistent role structure in 2022

Presented by Mark Viska -  Senior Building Surveyor

Mark Viska is a qualified and nationally accredited Building Surveyor with nineteen (19) years of professional experience working across two state jurisdictions (WA and Qld), working within both local government (5 years) and the private sector

(14 years).


Mark has significant experience in the assessment, certification, auditing and inspection of all types (and ages) of commercial buildings, and understands the

importance of delivering a balanced building solution, achieving regulatory compliance without compromising client deliverables.

Projects include Health, Pharmaceutical, Aged Care Facilities, Government, Retail, Education, Multi-Residential, Office, Sport, Recreational, Hotels, Resorts Industrial Developments and Tenancy Fit outs 

Presentation Skills - Presented by ADEB Training Manager, Scott Wakefield  (Optional to remain ) 

Presenting information clearly and effectively is a key skill in getting your message across. 
Are you ready to challenge your ability as a presenter and deliver better results? This 1 hour presentaton will enhance your skills and confidence by providing a new perspective on presenting. Applying the principles of persuasion and connection you’ll learn tactics to help you really engage with and influence your audience – challenging perceptions, inspiring change and driving action