VEX is experienced in giving courses and workshops for several small and large companies that want to retrain their employees from one type of road design software to Bentley's civil software.
In one case, the employees of a company that had used a different software system had, within a few months, gone from getting to know the new interface and the new workflow to asking advanced technical questions. Over a period of 2 years, where 2-3 workshops were held, and questions were continuously answered by phone and emails, assistance became unnecessary.
VEX gives short courses and workshops in Bentley OpenRoads Designer, and from May 2018 has embarked in a teaching collaboration with the land surveying company LIFA, which are also resellers of Bentley's software.
Read more and register for the next LIFA course with predefined content in Glostrup or Odense here.
If you want courses in your own office, where the content is adapted to your specific needs, VEX is happy to visit.
Read more here.
During 14 years as a teacher of Geometric Road Design at DTU, Marianne Rask gained experience in both teaching students and retraining academics from other fields. In addition, she knows the consequences of the updated Road Design Standards for geometric design partly through her participation in several road standard groups and partly through the preparation of DesignStandards for Bentley Systems. In 2015, Marianne Rask received an award for her teaching efforts.
Several times she has given speeches in larger or smaller assemblies, talking about experiences with cycling initiatives, traffic calming, road projects and about specialized use of Bentley's software - both in Danish and in English.
A long-standing dream of updating Prof. Thagesen's textbook “Veje og stier” was partially fulfilled in 2019. Marianne Rask has rewritten the chapters on road geometry. Road geometry - based partly on the Danish Road Standard handbooks (Vejreglerne) - is described in both Danish and English, so that the book can be used for teaching at the Danish universities and engineering colleges.