BIM – a repository of invaluable energy information
Transforming the EU construction sector to be greener, consume less energy and to reduce its carbon footprint will be driven by The growing market for digitalisation and data, and by legislated carbon reduction targets. However, it will all be achieved through up-skilling The built environment workforce.
Building information modelling (BIM) is the backbone of the new “informed” way of working that’s been triggered and targeted by the digitalisation opportunities presented to the sector.
The challenge for industry is how to engage in the digitalisation journey, where is the next starting point, and how do you navigate a journey when you are unsure of the destination?
As with any journey it is vital that you get the fundamentals right. Digitalisation journey is no different … get the right training materials together, suitably prepare and correctly package them for the audience, ensure the learning process fits and that everything is well mapped out.
While technology affords us the chance to do many things, it is essential to get the pedagogy (the theory and practice) right first. Establishing the correct pedagogical structure for The process is the foundation of the delivery mechanism.
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