Sika Learning Online

As the current way of working and learning has evolved, we want to provide Sika's product and technical information in its most accessible form via online webinars.

Our webinars are hosted by our inhouse industry experts, from different areas of the business.

We also host previous webinar recordings, so you'll never miss out.  

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Live Webinars - coming soon...

Webinar Recordings

The Future of Single Ply in the UK Roofing Market

An on-demand webinar to understand how as a roofing manufacturer, we see the future of single ply membranes, the importance of a technology with PVC benefits but sustainable features and the importance of Cradle-to-Cradle Certification.

Roofing Exap Fire Testing

The Specifier's guide to understanding the fire performance requirements in flat roofing.

Applying Circular Economy Principles to Achieve Net Zero

The first and only Cradle to Cradle certified roofing membrane, Sika Sarnafil Advanced Technology.

Launch of our NEW Green Roofing Systems

This presentation is the launch of our new green roof build ups of Extensive, Intensive and Bio-diverse. The learning outcomes of this presentation are:

  • To understand what constitutes a green roof
  • To understand the sustainable  benefits of a Sika green roof system
  • To learn about the different types of Sika green roofs and the technical support provided 
  • To understand the design considerations when specifying a green roof



An introduction to Sika's roofing solutions

Sika's roofing Area Technical Managers in Scotland present all of Sika's waterproofing solutions, detailing each roofing technology; single ply, reinforced bituminous membranes, cold-applied and hot-applied liquid membranes. As well as explaining each support function specifiers have access too when specyfying any of our roofing systems.

Overcome The Worst Floor Substrates with Sika Schonox Renotex 3D  

Learn about the new Sika Schonox Renotex 3D. Our solution to the below subfloor challenges:
  • Contaminated and damaged substrates
  • Achieving impact sound reduction whilst keeping the overall system thickness to a minimum
  • Complying with fire regulations and compatibility with non-combustable insulation
  • Popularity and subsequent compatibility with an increasing range of under floor heating systems