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Zigurat Global Institute of Technology has participated in the Training Partners Meeting organized by Bentley Systems in London in the framework of the annual Year in Infrastructure event.

 

The meeting presents itself as a unique opportunity to gather Bentley Systems Training Partners from around the globe, with the objective of presenting the many opportunities available to them. This goes from technical online resources to their certified BIM courses.

 

 

Zeljko Djuretic, Global Program Director at Bentley Institute and Vinayak Trivedi, ‎Vice President and Global Head at Bentley Institute, led the session. They emphasized the growing need to train professionals from different countries not only in tools and software, but also in processes and methodology. “What about the people? Who will help them understand the new processes? At Bentley Systems we are trying to fulfill that gap through out Training Partners”, explains Zeljko Djuretic.

 

This meeting, attended by over 15 schools and companies, was an excellent opportunity to exchange experiences and communicate with each other.

 

Bentley Systems is one of Zigurat’s Training Partners with regards to its master’s in BIM in various languages: english, spanish and portuguese.

 

During his visit to our offices, Vinayak Trivedi reflected on the evolution of BIM and the role of the BIM Manager worldwide.

 

The BIM International Campus in Taiwan is designed for students who seek to increase their competitiveness in the market and boost their professional opportunities during their training. Participating in this face-to-face activity is also an unbeatable opportunity to promote international networking, a key point for Zigurat.

With this initiative Zigurat seeks to promote the professional development of its students in an increasingly demanding industry.

Learn more about the National Taiwan University (NTU) on their website.

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