Introduction to Building Information Modeling

workers using a building information model to map out a construction job

Duration: 4 hours

BIM Online Training Course Description:

As an emerging technology, Building Information Modeling (BIM) is generating a lot of buzz in the construction industry. This Introduction to Building Information Modeling course provides an overview of how this technology positively impacts the construction process.

As BIM is adopted by more and more companies in the construction industry, its usefulness has expanded beyond the original design phase activities. This Building Information Modeling course positions BIM in the context of all phases of construction. It illustrates how to maximize BIM as a tool for the entire construction team. You will see how it fits into the construction workflow.

Introduction to Building Information Modeling introduces philosophy in design, bidding, construction, commissioning, delivery, and as-built stages of construction.

Who is Introduction to Building Information Modeling for?
This course is intended for employers, management, supervisors, foremen and tradespeople working in construction in any part of the country and in any sector (residential, industrial, commercial, institutional, pipeline, civil) interested in learning about BIM.

Topics Covered:

  • Understand what BIM is
  • Discover the full potential of BIM technology
  • Examine the philosophy behind BIM
  • Be aware of how Building Information Modeling can assist during all stages of a construction process
  • Look at existing and potential new users for BIM
  • See the value of new technologies

Gold Seal Credits:

Introduction to Building Information Modeling has been accredited by the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) for one (1) credit toward Gold Seal Certification. This course is an awareness raising tool. A certificate is given upon successful completion.

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