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Digital Centre for Excellence for Construction Skills

People Involved

Doctor Jonathan Scott
Senior Lecturer (A)

Professor David McClean
Head of School

Project Description

This project aims to carry out research into the digital skills gaps and existing provision of digitisation within construction sector to identify areas ripe for improvement and to assess the solutions required to answer the demand for digital construction skills. In order to do this the research will map the current landscape for skills in this area, identify pockets of best practice, liaise with industry and stakeholders to understand what a Digital Programme of Excellence for Construction Skills should deliver and inform a solution to the problem to help the industry digitally transform

Project Acronym DCECS
Status Project Complete
Funder(s) Construction Scotland Innovation Centre
Value £9,213.00
Project Dates Nov 1, 2019 - Sep 29, 2020

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