This course discusses the key principles of BIM and will help site managers understand their responsibilities and the actions they need to take.
You may be eligible for a CITB grant covering the cost of the course.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Created for Site Managers.
- BIM, a Common Understanding
- Standards, Methods and Procedures
- Information Management
- Project Planning
- Coordination and Clash Avoidance
- Check, Review and Approve
- BIM and Managing Data
- Delivering Asset Information
On completion of this course you will be able to: define the process known as BIM Level 2 along with its definitions and terminology. Use your new knowledge to improve workflows on your projects as well as limit liabilities and reduce risk on deliverables. Have an appreciation on how BIM can increase profit margins by reducing waste and improving accuracy will give you the skills and knowledge to implement and undertake BIM Level 2 projects.
This course is a standalone BRE discipline course. If you wish to continue your learning you may want to consider the BRE BIM Courses for Certification pathway.
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