What BIM means for me
Given the sustained economic challenges faced by the industry, the need for organisations to create better value has never been greater. Building Information Modelling (BIM) is key to providing greater efficiencies, value and collaboration highlighting the need for its adoption as a business process, not just a design technology.
The Welsh Government has aligned itself with the UK Government’s mandate to adopt BIM on all Government funded construction projects by March 2016.
This illustrates a commitment to BIM; but what does this mean for your role and the built environment as a whole? Working in partnership with Cardiff University and the BEST Programme, Project Five are delivering a series of accredited BIM training across Wales.
What BIM Means for Me is a three day CQFW Level 4 accredited course. The course aims is to make the practical implementation of Building Information Modelling relevant and understandable to all members of the construction supply chain.
What are the benefits to you and your employer?
The course “What BIM Means for Me” will ensure that participants understand in detail the Building Information Modelling process and their role in the development and use of Building Information Models whatever their involvement in the construction process: design and planning, construction, management and use.
Attendees of the course should have a basis knowledge of BIM and its role in the design, construction and management of built assets. It is recommended that participants should have attended the ‘Unlocking the Potential of BIM in Wales’ course or an introductory course of an equivalent standard.