The Concrete Centre is staffed by architects, structural engineers, and material specialists and our aim is to enable designers to realise the potential of concrete for their projects.

Online learning

The Concrete Centre regularly runs webinars on a range of topics. Forthcoming webinars are shown in the event calendar. There are also a range of webinars available via our on-demand webinar hub. These on-demand CPD sessions cover the most popular topics and can be viewed at any time. There is no charge for our webinar and CPD services. 

In addition, we have a number of case studies on this site that contain useful guidance for the design and construction of concrete. Alternatively, visit our Publications Library

Project assistance

If you are at the design stage of your project and need generic guidance on concrete solutions we can help. By providing access to our expertise, as well as our technical best practice guidance, we can assist you.

For more information please email with your question, and include 'Project Assistance' in the subject line.

Training and CPD

For larger groups we can deliver presentations to your office and/or team. Please be aware that demand is high for these presentations, and we cannot fulfil every request. The presentations can be delivered via Zoom, allowing several office locations/ groups of staff to join in the same presentation. CPD certificates of attendance are available following the presentation. 

An example pf the range of topics we can deliver is listed below.  

To request a presentation in your office, please send an email to, providing as much detail as possible, including topic required, numbers of people likely to attend and any other relevant information. A member of our team will then get back to you.

Regional clubs

The Concrete Centre team can provide CPD presentations to regional clubs, for example RIBA, IStructE, ICE and The Concrete Society.

If you would like to discuss our availability for speaking engagements in your region, please email and include 'Regional Club' in the subject line. 

Topic areas

A guide to the range of presentations is below, with a detailed list available by clicking the main header:

AR1: Thermal Performance and Part L1A
AR3: Architectural precast solutions 
AR7: Concrete floors
AR12: Exposed concrete for internal and external floors
CT1: Achieving in-situ visual concrete
SU1: Sustainable concrete
SU2: Utilisation of thermal mass
SU5: Concrete and BREEAM 2014
HG1: Resilient Homes
HG2: High Performance Housing
Building structures 
B1: Building design to Eurocode 2
B2: Economic concrete framed buildings
B4: Post-tensioned slabs
B5: Flat slabs
B7: Basements
B15: Introduction to RC detailing
B17: RC detailing to Eurocode 2
B18: Strut & Tie Analysis 
B19: Tall Buildings 
CT1: Achieving visual concrete
SP1: How to specify durable and sustainable concrete