The Offsite Hub work closely with the Offsite Management School.
The Offsite School launched in 2015, and we now have a consortium of partners, including Skanska, Carillion, Laing O’Rourke, Costain, United Utilities, Saint Gobain, Prater, and McAvoy alongside leading knowledge based organisations, such as BRE, Total Flow, Exelin, BuildOffsite and CITB.
What is the Offsite Management School?
The Offsite Management School is an initiative of leading contractors and clients who are committed to helping their supply chain develop to meet the big challenges that we will face over the next five years. It is a free resource available to any supplier in the construction industry, and is part of our continued commitment to lead the industry into a brighter, more sustainable future.
The Construction Industrialisation Self Assessment Tool has been designed to help you assess your company's current industrialisation strengths and to identify the areas in which you can develop your competence. You can then work your way up from member through to gold status by engaging in the School, including viewing resources, completing e-learning modules and attending events.
Supplier days are awareness raising events. They aim to raise awareness of the School and are targeted at companies or people who are not yet registered members.
Training Workshops are free, half-day sessions which focus on specific competency issues such change management, collaborative planning and project management. You need to be an active member of the School in order to register for a workshop.
Members registered: 926 / unique companies registered: 569 / total number of resources: 444
We currently host 12 e-learning modules in a range of Offsite related topics:
Design: product and process, Offsite, Collaborative Planning, Onsite, Logistics, Change Management, Marketing and business development, Project Management, Leading Change, Quality, Best in class maintenance, Supply Chain Management.
The Offsite Management School will be focussing on DfMA and design for 2016/2017. We will be doing this by delivering various workshops around the UK, and providing online learning resources through the Offsite School website.
For more information, please visit www.offsiteschool.com