MyPortal is an online hub that allows you to set-up a personal profile and access a host of features:
MyPortal has been launched with an initial five CPD and Wavin Product Training eLearning modules – each written by Wavin experts – that conclude with an assessment of ten questions and downloadable certificate on successful completion of the course.
Once logged in, users can start, pause and resume courses at their convenience and keep track of their progress in their personalised dashboard. Courses have been designed to cater for Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels and encourage interaction and engagement throughout.
Also launching at Ecobuild is MyPortal’s Community Forum, an area which provides the opportunity for users to share feedback and information about eLearning, as well as engage in general discussion on relevant industry topics and extend their professional network.
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Our expert team is conversant with all aspects of our product range and can assist with questions on system design, installation and product suitability, no matter what the application. Contact the team.
BIM Centre – Coming Soon
Launching on May 3rd, MyPortal’s BIM Centre is an information source for Wavin’s new intelligent Revit content packages for Building Information Modelling.
The BIM Centre provides product data templates for the full Wavin range along with 3D Revit content for Above Ground plumbing and drainage systems. Also available through the BIM Centre are tips and tricks on how to use Wavin’s Revit content packages and access to expert engineers who are available by email and phone to provide exceptional technical support.
Following the BIM Centre, Technical Tools – including product calculators to aid project planning – will be added to the portal in July with a Merchant’s Area in October.
Commenting on MyPortal, Bex Hartlebury, Marketing Communications Manager, says: ‘We’re really excited to launch this new platform which places expert knowledge at our customers’ fingertips. MyPortal follows the launch of the Wavin blog in June 2015 and will be continuously developed to offer users an engaging, rewarding experience. We can’t wait to introduce new features in the coming months, starting with an intuitive BIM Centre in May.’