Continuous Professional Development

Bitzlist virtual design and build project

Course Summary

This one-day, online course will use BitzList smart factory tools and a Free CAD modelling programme to create and run a project with a team objective of virtually assembling a Lego model in the CAD environment. During the session, participants will work through different types of software tools used in the manufacturing engineering environment and explore ideas to integrate them.


This course has limited spaces available. Should you be unable to attend, please cancel your booking via Eventbrite to allow us to re-allocate your place.

Failure to cancel and or attend may result in you being removed from any future courses. 

Attendees will take away some useful practical experience dealing with the different types of software available to manufacturing businesses and the challenges presented in the integration of these as part of the drive toward industry 4.0.

In addition, attendees will have the opportunity to discover what’s under the bonnet in Bitzlist, what areas we find most exciting, and what factors are driving development work at BitzList while working on an example project that requires learning and use of a simple CAD program and BitzList to control documentation and assembly.

 By taking part in this course, you will gain:

  • Knowledge of different types of digital manufacturing business systems some other engineering software acronyms and their meanings and high-level relevance
  • Understanding of our system and development philosophy and the requirements of small-medium manufacturing business identified in practice
  • Experience using a simple CAD program, collaborative working, document management, and resource planning using software

This course is aimed at people working in roles such as project management, middle management, and manufacturing/design technicians.

BitzList is a specialist software engineering business set up by Richard and Tim Bittleston in 2002. 

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Dates & Venues

Date20, 26 April or 19 May 2021
LocationOnline learning
Duration09.00 - 15.00

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