BREEAM Public Knowledge Sharing Workshop Wed 6 November 14.00-16.00

6 November 2019 - Online 14.00-16.00 (UK time)

Details :

These online workshops are now open to all stakeholders who work in sustainability in construction and/or BREEAM and related products. They are a chance to share knowledge and best practice amongst professionals. 

BRE are facilitators, this is not a Customer Liaison Workshop, the focus is on sharing, not providing feedback to BRE. 

The agenda

  • Introduce any new articles on the BREEAM Wiki
  • Identify what BREEAM related information gaps need filling next
  • Knowledge sharing on key topics (TBC)

The key topics will be announced nearer the time. These are typically what the industry feels is most needing to be shared at the time and the Knowledge Sharing Ambassador group will help determine this. If you have suggestions please contact either BRE or an Ambassador. Contact details for both can be found here: BREEAM Knowledge Sharing Ambassadors

Workshop process

These workshops make use of an easy to use online platform and a process where many people can contribute simultaneously to capture the wealth of experience present. Participants can gain from and contribute to all other participants and key findings will be disseminated more widely via the BREEAM Wiki and other channels. The workshop process will make use of a combination of presentation input, polling and surveys, chat discussions, breakout room video conference discussions and Google document co-creation.

CPD certificates are available to those who book on and actively participate in the full workshop. We recommend colleagues book a place each.

Helping reach out to wider stakeholders

These workshops are designed for all stakeholders not just assessors to make them much more balanced and diverse. Please do invite your key contacts to join you at this workshop by sending them the booking link. 

For more information:
0333 321 88 11

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