on December 9th, 2016

Attend a thought provoking debate and presentation on the best way forward in terms of bringing our drawing systems into the 21st Century. Session 1: 9am GMT on Wednesday 2nd March 2011 Link to time converter for Session 1 Session 2: 11pm GMT on Wednesday 2nd March 2011 Link to time converter for Session 2 Join us for a complimentary live, interactive web-based session entitled “Why our drawings systems are broken and what to do about it”. During this 45 minute session we’ll use a number of drawing packages to illustrate some of our points with real examples from engineering projects, although we do not necessarily endorse them. Your presenter will be Rob Gillespie, accompanied by Dr Steve Mackay, the foundation Dean of Engineering at the EIT. To register: email with the subject line: “Register me for March webinar #1” (or #2), depending upon your session preference, and your first and last name in the body to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. If the Webinar sessions do not suit your schedule, please register anyway, stating “Recording Only” in the main body of the email.


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