Digital Twins for Senior Leaders' course

This course provides a baseline for business competency in digital twin skills and aims to develop awareness, knowledge and increased confidence to design solutions using digital twins. Created for leaders in roles that will influence decision-making, Digital Twins for Senior Leaders will help those in industry to realise digital transformation and organisational change. Download this brochure for more information.

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The Digital Twin Hub has partnered with Cranfield University to offer this course to develop digital twin capability. The pilot began in October 2023 with the first course launching on 1 February 2024.

The course runs across 8 weeks with 16 hours of active learning (remote lectures delivered in real time and recorded for catch-up), and a strategic discussion forum with the cohort. Sessions are online, lasting one-and-a-half hours, once a week.

Digital Twins for Senior Leaders is part of a suite of learning opportunities to give individuals and organisations the knowledge and confidence to introduce digital twins.

It is unique in being founded on the Gemini Principles, scoped alongside asset owners and operations and delivered by the DT Hub and Cranfield in association with policy makers, industry associations, academic experts and practitioners.

It is designed for leaders engaged in roles that will influence decision-making to realise digital transformation and organisational change. They will be the enablers and subsequent end-users of digital twin systems, or the translators of digital twin capabilities, rather than those creating the digital twins.

This industry training is relevant to innovators working in asset owner and operator organisations as well as suppliers and consultants, and suits company or sector-specific cohorts and/or individuals. You can also enquire about custom programmes for organisations.