Signposting Good Acoustics With Acoustic Mark - Quality Learning Environments for Inclusion
Updated: Jul 31, 2018
The NDCS acoustic tool kit has been revised and now includes Acoustic quality marks, which are now available online on NDCS website at www.ndcs.org.uk/acoustics.
This is a self assessed way that a school can show which areas are suitable for use by the hearing impaired, and therefore provide an easy way to show that they have achieved the in-use requirements of the School Premises Regulations (Regulation 7).
These enhanced acoustic conditions, that are suitable for use by the hearing impaired, also benefit everyone using them.
For assistance with completing an acoustic audit of your school, or for help checking that the information you have is suitable to qualify for use of the Acoustic Mark, please contact Peter Rogers.