The restrictions imposed by the pandemic have opened up the need – and perhaps also the desire – to increase the opportunities for mutual involvement, through the methods that technology offers today. Thus was born a webinar program signed Sport&Impianti that, involving the readers themselves, has enjoyed growing success.
Training and reporting
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A year that marked a significant turning point in the way we communicate between our media and our audience, which is mainly made up of technicians and stakeholders in the sports and recreational facilities sector, comes to an end.
The restrictions imposed by the pandemic starting in spring 2020 have opened up the need – and perhaps also the desire – to increase the opportunities for mutual involvement, through the ways that technology now offers.
Tsport and Sport&Impianti have grasped this need by flanking traditional communication with a series of meetings between designers, managers and administrations to encourage discussion and knowledge of the problems and solutions offered by the world of sports facilities.
The result is a webinar programme which, by involving the readers themselves, has met with growing success, so much so that it has become necessary to organise additional meetings not initially planned. Information becomes training, and not only because of the formal aspect of the training credits granted to members of the Architects’ Register, but also because of the ability of our guests to share their experiences with their colleagues.
The year therefore ends with 11 webinars held (one of which lasted twice as long) with an average of 600 participants for each one, with a constant increase from one appointment to the next.
And the experience leads us to plan a new year of even richer content both in information and training, with the intention of returning, as soon as possible, to meet in person.
As always, all initiatives will be announced on the Sport&impianti.it portal, as well as through the periodic newsletters sent out by our editorial staff.