As Building Information Modeling (BIM) is adopted by more and more companies in the construction industry, its usefulness has expanded beyond the original design phase activities. This course positions BIM in the context of all phases of construction illustrating how to maximize BIM as a tool for the entire construction team. You will see how BIM fits into the construction workflow. It introduces the BIM philosophy in design, bidding, construction, commissioning, delivery, and as-built stages of construction.

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Credits/Certificates

A final mark of 100% is required in order to receive a certificate of completion. This course has been accredited by the following programs:
  • Canadian Construction Association (CCA) Gold Seal Certification (1 Credit)
  • BC Housing Continuing Professional Development (2 Group A points)

Objectives

After successfully completing this course learners will:
  • Know what BIM is.
  • Recognize the full potential of BIM technology.
  • Comprehend the BIM philosophy.
  • Be aware of how BIM can assist at all stages of a construction project.
  • Appreciate existing and potential new uses for BIM.
  • See the value of new technologies such as BIM.

Structure and Workload

This course consists of 6 lessons of approximately 20 minutes duration each, for a total of about 2 hours of self-paced instruction.

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1Building Information Modeling
Overview
Type:Elearning Course
Learning Time:1h  30m
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