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Centre for Digital Built Britain

 

This research network aims to: establish the existing landscape; determine the current position and future vision in relation to other industry bodies that are fundamental in shaping the future of built environment education and training; establish the bottlenecks in the adoption and implementation of BIM within the industry in terms of both bottom up and top down; determine the competencies and competency approaches to facilitate digital upskilling; define the capacity gaps and propose a transitional roadmap for education and upskilling to address the current digital skills gap and building capacity required for the UK to deliver and benefit from digital built Britain.

Outcomes

This project found, among other conclusions, that the mediation of competency supply and demand directly impacts productivity as much as the flow of timely and appropriate information, i.e. through information transactions. However, the proxies used for competence supply and demand are no longer either granular or dynamic enough for the changing world of work.

Method

Literature review

Expert workshops

Next Steps

This research can help guide future work on changing and adapting the educational system to produce digital literacies and developing a resilient system for ensuring skills are in place in industry. 

Presentation at CDBB Week 2019

Project Status

This progrect was completed in 2019