This course is the second stage of our BIM training programme towards individual certification. The 12 hour course leads to a practical understanding of the management of information within the BIM Level 2 process. Having completed this course, you will have a practical understanding of some of the management, standards, methods and procedures in the BIM environment.
This course covers: Information management, Information management roles, defining the information delivery cycle, defining task information management responsibilities, employers information requirements, plain language questions, pre-contract BIM Execution plans, post-contract award BIM Execution Plans, Standards, methods and procedures, need for defined SMPs, production SMPs, Modelling SMPs, common date environment approval gates, asset information models, soft landings, defining and understanding COBie, and applying the common data environment process.
Delegates must have completed the BIM Level 2 Essentials course (online or classroom) before registering for this course. This course is the second part of our BIM Level 2 Certification Pathway.
This course is suitable for professionals who will be required to manage or contribute to the BIM process. It is specifically aimed at those who undertake either project or task specific information management roles.
- Information management roles
- Information requirements
- BIM execution planning (part 1)
- BIM execution planning (part 2)
- Standards, methods and procedures
- Common data environment (part 1)
- Common data environment (part 2)
At the end of this course you will be able to identify key Information Management roles and understand the importance of clear Information Requirements. You will be equipped with the correct level of knowledge required to plan and draft a BIM Execution Plan as well as which Standards, Methods and Procedures are required to be included. You will also have an understanding on how information is created and exchanged within the Common Data Environment using the Standards, Methods and Procedures set out in the BIM Execution Plan.
Successful completion of the course qualifies you to apply for BIM Certification for Individuals with BRE Global.
If you like this course, but prefer to learn face-to-face, the try BIM Level 2 Information Managers – classroom.
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