Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video How do I roll out a learning path to my company?, part of BIM Tools Weekly.
- [Instructor] To roll out learning just get lynda.com…and roll with that.…My company did.…It's not always that easy.…Yes it helps, but there needs to be…a strategy and an end goal.…Let's take a look at a few points.…Onboarding, you've got to get them when they're fresh.…Nothing irks me more than when I'm taking…a stroll through the office and there's someone…sitting there in Revit or AutoCAD…that I've never seen before.…You don't want that situation.…They'll have no clue where to get stuff…or the proper procedure for anything.…Internal training.…
I always say there's knowing Revit and BIM…and in addition there's knowing Revit and BIM…at my specific company.…These are two different things.…No two firms are identical in terms…of workflow and productivity.…This kind of training needs to be done…by your BIM person or someone who knows…the process at your firm.…External training.…There are a lot of smart people out there…that know this stuff.…I used to do all training by myself,…but as the firm I work for grew,…we're in nine states now, I just couldn't handle it.…
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