BIM 4 Leaders
Company: BIM Institute
Study Time: 15 hours
Practical Exercises: No
This is a very concise and powerful course which is giving learners theory, implementation and latest trends from experts to experts. The BIM4 Leaders course is an interactive course that helps learners understand the big picture of BIM and its application with respect to client and design team organisations.
The role of a BIM leader in BIM projects, requires an understanding of how to collaborate, communicate and coordinate among the BIM project stakeholders, CDE technical implementation, technologies, process and policies. This course gives a clear understanding of these leadership roles from an African context. This is a very concise and powerful course which is giving learners theory, implementation and latest trends from experts to experts.
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This course is a tier two course. The BIM leaders plays a crucial role in advising clients, staff and external project teams on the benefits of BIM, and in implementing and managing the BIM processes. This requires the demonstration of a complete knowledge of the BIM process & the ability to create the project environment in which BIM can realise its full potential.
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This course holds a CANBIM Certification. The CanBIM Program will establish a benchmark point of reference for higher education to ensure that the skills that are being taught in courses and programs are relevant to, and meet the needs of, the realities of an ever-evolving and healthy industry.
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about the company
The BIM Institute is Africa’s official voice for Building Information Modelling (BIM).
As a non-profit company, our objective is to improve the construction quality and productivity of the built environment through the leadership of information and education. It is impartial and remains software agnostic while supporting and helping to deliver the standards and requirements for Building Information Modelling/Management (BIM) in Africa.