During the month of March, the joint entity offers six online courses, in Spanish, related to BIM and Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) methodology for managers of construction companies.
Although Fundación Laboral de la Construcción has closed all its Training Centres and paralysed its attendance courses, due to the coronavirus crisis, it maintains its online training offer (in Spanish) aimed at workers and companies in the sector.
During the month of March, the joint entity will give six online courses related to BIM methodology and “Prevention of Occupational Risks for managers of construction companies“, the latter lasting 10 hours, which will train management staff to lead a preventive management aimed at improving working conditions and control of occupational risks in their company’s activity.
The online courses related to BIM methodology offered by Fundación Laboral, which last year trained more than 3,000 people through this training modality, last between 15 and 120 hours. Some of them are focused on offering a global and introductory vision of the BIM methodology, and others go beyond and go deeper into this new collaborative way of working, through the different tools available in the market.
Likewise, for the next few months new online training actions have already been planned, in addition to courses in the field of BIM and OHS. Next April, online courses will be given on road-works, such as: “Maintenance and Operation Procedures“, “Management Systems” or “Safety and Signaling“, among others. In addition, a new call for the “” will be launched, as well as a new 200-hour “Construction Site Health and Safety Coordinator” action.