31 October 201909:30-17:00
47-58 Bastwick St, London
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This workshop focusses on the practicality of getting a design built; looking at examples of how things can go wrong, what we can learn from these failures and how to design out the risks.
Aimed at recent graduates and those looking to sit the Chartered Member exam, attendees of this workshop will:
The workshop will be moving to a once every two year schedule. If you do plan to start preparing or sitting the Chartered Membership exam, the workshop will help you with your professional development.
Keynote speaker, Allan Mann, has had a career spanning 50 years in structural engineering, published many papers and received several prizes including the Institution's Gold Medal in 2011. Allan will talk about managing design risk and will be joined by other influential speakers who will be discussing other topics including reasonably practicable in practice, understanding risk and the critical pathway, and why and how to manage design risks.
The workshop will give attendees the opportunity to explore the process of critical thinking and the practicalities of constructing their designs.
You will investigate the main risks that should be considered during the design process, and how these can be mitigated.
Each small group will then receive feedback through discussions on their findings.
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