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Association News: Blog

CABE Community – Connecting Members

27 March 2020   (1 Comments)
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By bringing members togetherCABE facilitates collaboration; helping members to raise standards within the industry, together.  

 

Over the last couple of months, we have been fine-tuning our new website, and we are pleased to announce that we have launched an online forum to serve the CABE Community. Developed to help members connect across the globe, promote discussion, and share knowledge on the industry.  

 

This member-only forum will enable you to: 

 

  • network in a private forum with other members 

  • collaborate with members with different specialisms

  • post questions and get involved in discussions. 

 

 

New features will be added later this year, which will allow you to: 

 

  • join groups and discuss the latest industry changes 

  • discuss events in your Region with your Regional Officers. 

 

 

As well as the forum, the CABE Community allows you to update your CPD record, book courses or webinars, and access Building Engineer journal online. 

 

All you need to access the forum is sign ito the CABE community at cuilde.com with your username and password.

 

"By bringing our community online in a smart, digital way, our members will be empowered to have far greater access to each other, to information, and to resources. While this platform is especially needed now as in-person activities are not optional, we are certain it will become a much-utilised medium for a long time to come" – Gavin Dunn, CABE Chief Executive

 

When we bring together Building Engineers, like yourself, we can constructively collaborate to make buildings perform better, be more inclusive, saferand with enhanced sustainability. We look forward to welcoming you on the forum.

 

Need help? Read our user guide to the CABE Community. 

 

If you have any questions, or if you are having trouble logging on, please contact us.

Comments...

Kai K. Chan C.Build E MCABE Retd says...
Posted 02 April 2020
Solidarity & Sustainability for CABE !