e-Sustainable Building Design and Engineering an innovative technology enhanced e-learning portal

  • e-Sustainable Building Design and Engineering
  • e-Sustainable Building Design and Engineering
  • e-Sustainable Building Design and Engineering
  • e-Sustainable Building Design and Engineering
  • e-Sustainable Building Design and Engineering
  • e-Sustainable Building Design and Engineering
  • e-Sustainable Building Design and Engineering
  • e-Sustainable Building Design and Engineering
  • e-Sustainable Building Design and Engineering
  • e-Sustainable Building Design and Engineering
  • e-Sustainable Building Design and Engineering
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  • The combined challenges of health, comfort, climate change and energy security cross the boundaries of traditional building disciplines. This authoritative...
  • The problems related to zero carbon school buildings, their design, predicted performance, and the future challenges will be discussed at...
  • IBPSA Building Simulation 2009 University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland 27th - 30th July Call for abstracts for BS'09 Abstracts...
  • Short CPD

    Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is the system that professional bodies, such as CIBSE and RIBA use to maintain, improve, and broaden the knowledge and skill that architects and engineers need to perform their professional duties throughout their professional life.

  • e-MODULES

    E-modules offer an effective alternative to traditional learning with the additional benefits of greater accessibility and flexibility.

  • HAVE YOUR SAY

    Take part in our new survey for building professionals and help us give you a snap-shot of issues facing businesses in the building design and engineering industry right now.

The design, engineering and construction of sustainable buildings involve a wide range of stakeholders including: architectural and engineering practices, local authorities, construction companies, clients and finally users. At present interaction between the different stakeholders is limited, and a lack of knowledge-exchange often occurs across the various professions. Willingness and commitment to knowledge-exchange is required, but it is not sufficient to enable stakeholders to agree on issues of critical importance for successful delivery of low carbon buildings. This e-learning profile, developed by CBES at UCL and CIBSE Home Counties, aims to provide innovative education and training programmes which would enable a wide range of stakeholders to get an insight into sustainable building design and engineering. The developed education and training material incorporates some of the deliverables of the selected UrbanBuzz projects while following the well established methodologies for development of educational and training modules.