Digital construction: skills for the built environment courses


January 9th, 2024

The University of Nottingham Online is delighted to offer a series of ‘Skills for the Built Environment’ courses starting in January 2024.

Whether you’re an architect, construction professional, project or facilities manager, buildingSMART accreditation is the key to efficient, safe and successful construction and asset management projects. Our ‘Skills for the Built Environment’ course series, starting in January 2024, will provide you with the competencies you need to complete this accreditation while earning university credit as you progress.

Led by Sarah Davidson, Professor of Information Management at the university, you will explore real-world examples of successful building information management and modelling activities, and gain a deep understanding of the key principles and best practices for implementing these in your own organisation.

We will help you develop and evidence your competence in the foundations of information management and modelling within your organisation to drive long-term success.

 

Benefits of taking this course

  • Learn with experienced digital construction experts and professionals
  • 50 hours of directed, independent and interactive learning over a period of 12 weeks
  • Upskill yourself and/or your workforce
  • Gain credit at Masters level
  • Obtain a University of Nottingham Online digital badge and certificate from a global 100 learning institution

To celebrate the launch, we’re offering a 20% discount to anyone who signs up to our Skills for the Built Environment courses. Just enter the following discount voucher code in the box provided: 20_bimm_jan24

Book your place on the courses here.

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