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Our BIM Management Training

BIM Manager Training

The BIM Manager Training course is designed for project and operations staff working on specific BIM projects. It is ideally suited for Project Managers, BIM Information Managers, engineering staff, modellers and coordinators, who want to gain a broader understanding of BIM outside their specific roles. Besides getting a broader understanding of BIM principles, you will gain an in-depth knowledge of BIM project workflows and methodologies, including detailed learning on key project-related documents such as the EIR and BEP.

BIM Manager Training

Key Topics

  • Introduction & Principles of BIM
  • buildingSMART & openBIM
  • BIM Application Use Cases
  • Level of Development (LoD)
  • BIM Implementation Strategy
  • BIM Specifications & Guidelines
  • PAS1192-2 and BS1192
  • BIM Asset Models
  • BIM Contracts and Fees
  • Model Organisation, CAD Standards & Best Practises
  • Workflow and Model Exchange
  • Review COBie and IFC Schemas
  • Employers Information Requirement (EIR)
  • BIM Execution Plan (BEP)
  • What Next for BIM?

Course Duration - 2 Days

Next Step - A Bespoke Course

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BIM Executive Overview

This one day course is designed to teach you the fundamentals of BIM and how to implement a project using BIM methodology. You will gain a thorough understanding of BIM principles, technologies and project requirements. The course is ideally suited for executives, managers and employees who need to understand BIM, but are not necessarily working on individual projects.

BIM Manager Training

Key Topics

  • Introduction & Principles of BIM
  • International Standards and Initiatives
  • buildingSMART & openBIM
  • BIM Application Use Cases
  • How BIM Improves the Planning Process
  • BIM Implementation Strategy
  • Understanding the Asset Model
  • BIM Contracts and Fees
  • Latest Technology
  • Employers Information Requirement (EIR)
  • BIM Execution Plan (BEP)
  • BIM Management & Coordination Workflow
  • What Next for BIM?

Course Duration - 1 Day

Next Step - A Bespoke Course

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BIM for Product Manufacturers

This course is specifically designed for product manufacturers who need to create BIM models and components for the architectural and construction industry. You will get a thorough understanding of the BIM process and what level of information required in BIM Level 2 contracts. You will also get exposed to how BIM projects run and how product information gets used by the asset owner post project handover.

BIM Manager Training

Key Topics

  • Introduction & Principles of BIM
  • BIM Application Use Cases
  • Using BIM Exchange in Inventor
  • Creating LoI Tables
  • Creating Revit 3D Geometry to Correct LoD
  • BIM Specification & Guidelines
  • NBS Object Standard
  • Model Element Breakdown: Adding Uniclass
  • Developing Library Objects to BS8541
  • Asset Modelling for Product Manufacturers
  • Model Organisation, CAD Standards & Best Practises
  • COBie & IFC for Manufacturers
  • Employers Information Requirement (EIR)
  • BIM Execution Plan (BEP)
  • What Next for BIM?

Course Duration - 2 Days

Next Step - A  Bespoke Course

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BIM for Facility Managers

This course is designed for anyone that needs to understand BIM from an asset owner, or facility manager perspective. It is concerned with how the BIM model is used after project handover. Students will get a thorough understanding of the entire BIM process and be exposed to critical BIM Uses Cases that are important for facility management purposes. Key asset standards are covered, as is the importance of the Asset Owner being involved in the requirements definition.

BIM Manager Training

Key Topics

  • Introduction & Principles of BIM
  • International Standards and Initiatives
  • Introduction to IFC
  • BIM Use Cases for Facility Managers
  • Level of Information in BIM Asset Models
  • PAS1192-3 for Facility Owners
  • ISO55000 Concepts & Requirements in Asset Management
  • New Asset Management Software Applications
  • BIM Contracts and Fees
  • Model Organisation, CAD Standards & Best Practises
  • Workflow and Model Exchange
  • Review COBie and IFC Schemas
  • EIR: Defining the Needs of the Asset Owner
  • BIM Execution Plan (BEP)
  • What Next for BIM?

Course Duration - 2 Days

Next Step - A Bespoke Course

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BIM for Construction Professionals

On-site professionals who need to get a deeper understanding of BIM and how it applies to the construction process, are the ideal students for this course. You will understand what responsibilities you have to complete the BIM model for project handover during construction and critically why that is important to an asset owner. The course uses practical examples and demonstrations to help you understand the role technology has to play, in helping construction companies be more effective and efficient in terms of managing the build process.

BIM Manager Training

Key Topics

  • Introduction & Principles of BIM
  • International Standards
  • buildingSMART & openBIM
  • BIM Use Cases for On-Site Construction
  • Level of Development to As-Builts
  • BIM Implementation Strategy
  • Constructing to Asset Modelling
  • Tagging Assets in BIM Models
  • BIM Protocol vs NEC3 Contracts
  • Workflow and Coordination During RIBA Stage 4/5
  • Review COBie and IFC Schemas
  • Employers Information Requirement (EIR)
  • BIM Execution Plan (BEP)
  • BIM Manager & Coordination Using IFC and BCF
  • What Next for BIM?

Course Duration - 2 Days

Next Step - A Bespoke Course

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COBie and IFC in a BIM Workflow

This course will provide you with a detailed understanding of COBie and IFC and their use in BIM project environments. The course covers the detailed schemas and structure, as well as how they can be applied to BIM Use Cases such as clash detection, coordination, data recording and Facilities Management. It also explores how COBie and IFC are used in your BIM workflows, their role in the lifecycle of the built asset and it provides a hands-on approach to how they work. The course is for designers, coordinators and anyone who needs to gain an understanding of COBie and/or IFC. If you need to specify, create, update, use and/or check files for clashes or correct COBie data, you will benefit from the course.

BIM Manager Training

Key Topics

  • buildingSMART and IFC
  • Overview IFC Schemas
  • IFC Model View Definitions
  • Relationship between IFC and COBie
  • Using COBie and IFC in a BIM Workflow
  • Testing a model for CObie and IFC compliance
  • Translating schedules into COBie data
  • Difference between rooms and spaces
  • COBie format, and its datasheets
  • Drawing scheduled and COBie data
  • Benefits and drawbacks of IFC
  • Implementing IFC best practice
  • RIBA, COBie and IFC during Data Drops
  • Ways of Implementing COBie
  • IFC and openBIM

Course Duration - 1 Day

Next Step - A Bespoke Course

BIM Management

Updated on 2017-09-13T14:04:21+00:00, by George roberts.