24th September 2019 - 15th October 201910:30 - 12:30 BST
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Participants will apply the techniques taught in the workshop to design scenarios that they bring from their personal practice. The course is delivered through a series of 4 weekly 2-hour interactive webinars supported by individual study in between.
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
Oliver Broadbent is an expert facilitator and trainer in design thinking for the built environment. With a background in civil engineering and teaching, he specialises in designing high-impact training that has a lasting effect on the learner.
He is Founder and Director of engineering training consultancy Constructivist. There he leads the development of Constructivist’s programme of design training for design consultancies. He also works with universities including Cambridge, Bath and Imperial to develop innovative approaches to curriculum design and delivery. For eight years Oliver was Director of Think Up, the education arm of the Useful Simple Trust.
Oliver has co-authored a series of good practice teaching guides for the Royal Academy of Engineering on experience-led learning, e-learning for engineers, effective industrial engagement in engineering education and how to teach sustainability. He is a Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor at Imperial College, London.
Structural engineers who are preparing to take The Institution of Structural Engineers Chartered Membership Exam.
None. Participants will need to have Adobe Flash installed on their computer but will be given the option to download it after clicking on the meeting link.
Please note: By booking a place on this course, you agree that IstructE Ltd will pass your contact details on to Constructivist Ltd. who will contact you directly with details of how to log onto the course.
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