BIM: An Introduction to Project Collaboration (CPD)

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GBP 249 per total

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About BIM: An Introduction to Project Collaboration at University of Derby Online Learning

Building information modelling (BIM) is a key part of the Industrial Strategy: Construction 2025. The aim is to increase productivity and collaboration through the use of digital technologies. It is a requirement of the common minimum standards for procurement that all public sector projects will meet Building Information Modelling Level 2. The construction sector is predicted to grow up to 70% by 2025, with an increasing emphasis on the integration of digital collaboration. Many organisations at present may be disadvantaged by not engaging with BIM and therefore potentially unable to tender for future public sector projects.

This short Building information modelling (BIM) course is aligned to current and future needs of professional practice in the construction industry, complemented by the extensive industrial links and staff expertise. The course will cover the key principles of BIM project collaboration using some specific examples of its application through industry standard software such as Revit and Navisworks. Key topics at each stage will be linked to practical examples currently encountered in the sector.

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The course is widely available for anyone to take part regardless of age, location, level of education or professional work experience.

You will, however, need access to the internet whether it is on your PC, tablet mobile or other electronic device. Please also be aware that there are activities which require you to use Revit and Navisworks for which software must be downloaded and can only be completed on a PC/Laptop.

You will be required to agree to the terms and conditions, which will be available when you enrol, before you start the course.

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