RAIC launching ‘Webday Wednesdays’ continuing education program
The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) is launching the ‘Webday Wednesdays’ continuing education series next year. Webinar Wednesdays are webinar-based learning opportunities organized into monthly, thematic mini-series, comprised of multiple related webinars in both English and French. Each of these weekly webinars is presented by a different subject matter expert in the field being explored. ‘Webday Wednesdays’ take place on three to four Wednesdays per month.
The series will kick off in January, with three English-language BIM webinar workshops, beginning on January 16:
January 16 – INFORMATION FUSION: HARNESSING THE ‘I’ FOR LIFECYCLE DATA MANIPULATION
Brent Mauti, B.ARCH, OAA, AAA, LEED-AP, MRAIC, NCARB, Int. Assoc. AIA, CANBIM CP
IBI Group – Global Director, Design Technology
January 23 – DIGITAL BUILT GOVERNMENT OF CANADA: UNDERSTANDING THE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION LANDSCAPE IN CANADA
Megan Beange, B.A.S.,M.Arch, Grad.Dip. Architectural Conservation, Specializing in BIM
Public Services and Procurement Canada, Government of Canada – National BIM Lead, Technical Services, Real Property Services
January 30 – BRACING FOR CHANGE: THE UNFORESEEN CHALLENGES OF A BIM TRANSFORMATION
Steve Nonis, OAA, AANB, MRAIC, LEED AP, CanBIM P3
Turner Fleischer Architects – Principal
In addition, a pair of French-language webinars are also planned, with the first event scheduled for January 23:
January 23 – BIM ET ANALYSE DU CYCLE DE VIE : DEUX FACES DE LA MÊME MÉDAILLE?
Manuele Margni, OIQ
CIRAIG – Polytechnique Montréal, professeur
Pascal Lesage,OIQ, Dr.
CIRAIG – Polytechnique Montréal
TBD – MDB ET RESPONSABILITÉDE L’ARCHITECTE : D’OÙVENONS-NOUS, OÙ ALLONS-NOUS ?
Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes – architecte
Pierre-Stéphane Poitras, s.e.n.c.r.l.
Gilbert Simard Tremblay– avocat
In the following months, the series will continue with each month devoted to a new topic. So far, the following themes have been outlined:
February: Energy + Architecture
March: Adaptive Reuse
April: Architectural Design Processes
May: Advanced Building Envelopes
October: Wood Architecture + Construction
November: Marketing + Communications in Architecture