Building Information Modelling

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Finchley College offers City & Guilds qualifications in Fundamentals as well as Implementation of Building Information Modelling.

 

Level 3 Fundamentals of Building Information Modelling (6073-30) - One day course offered at weekends as well as weekdays

 

Who is the qualification for?

Our single unit course in the fundamentals of BIM is aimed at raising awareness for individuals working within construction companies needing to respond to the BIM agenda.

 

What does the qualification cover?

Learners will gain knowledge of fundamental concepts associated with BIM and develop an understanding of the drivers leading to BIM implementation, the barriers to success and the benefits that can be gained. This is not a course about use of AutoCAD or Revit.

 

What opportunities for progression are there? Learners will be able to use this qualification to extend their current role within an organisation with BIM decision making capability or enter the industry as a new entrant with sought after knowledge on how to plan and facilitate the implementation of BIM within an organisation.

 

For more information about this course please contact us (finchleycollege@yahoo.com)

 

Time table:

 

This one-day course is offered both at weekends as well as weekdays to suite the availability of learners.

 

Weekend option: 3rd Saturday of every month from 1.30 to 6.30 pm

 

Weekday option: 3rd Monday of every month from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm

 

 

Course fee: £162.50 plus VAT, including certificate fee

 

Key topics to be covered are;

Key terms in BIM

BIM Principles

Assessing maturity levels and standards

Looking at alternative technology available and how to choose one, including questions to ask from vendors

Drivers of BIM in the industry

Enablers of BIM

BIM Benefits and Barriers

 

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Level 3 Implementation of Building Information Modelling (6073-31) 

 

 

 

Who is the qualification for?

Our short course in the implementation of BIM is aimed at enabling someone to understand how to implement BIM within a construction company.

 

What does the qualification cover?

Learners will gain knowledge of fundamental concepts associated with BIM and develop an understanding of the drivers leading to BIM implementation, the barriers to success and the benefits that can be gained. Learners can then build on this with the underpinning knowledge and understanding needed to support decision making, to plan the introduction of BIM in an organisation, and the requirements of BIM tenders. Please note that this is not a practical course about AutoCAD or Revit. It is best suited for BIM coordinators and managers or those wishing to apply for such roles. 

 

Please note that this course covers the Fundamentals of BIM unit

 

What opportunities for progression are there?

Learners will be able to use our qualifications to extend their current role within an organisation with BIM decision making capability or enter the industry as a new entrant with sought after knowledge on how to plan and facilitate the implementation of BIM within an organisation.

 

Who did we develop the qualification with?

City & Guilds has developed this qualification with the support of consultants working directly with the BIM Task Group, supporting and helping to deliver the objectives of the Government Construction Strategy and the requirement to strengthen the public sector’s capability in BIM implementation. 

 

Duration: 3 days full time, starting on the 3rd Monday of every month

Course content: Day 1: Fundamentals of BIM

                          Day 2: BIM Project implementation

                          Day 3: Planning BIM Implementation, including written tests and a 4-hour assignment

 

   

  • Key topics to be covered are;
  • Key terms in BIM
  • BIM Principles
  • Assessing maturity levels and standards
  • Looking at alternative technology available and how to choose one, including questions to ask from vendors
  • Drivers of BIM in the industry
  • Enablers of BIM
  • BIM Benefits and Barriers
  • Employer information Requirements
  • Prequalification questionnaire
  • Assessing your current against desired level 2 BIM capabilities and methods to achieve them
  • Assessing existing processes, what's wrong with them
  • Pre-Tender BIM Execution Plan
  • Completing a sample BEP
  • Post tender BIM Execution Plan
  • Looking at differences between Pre and Post BEP's
  • Common Data Environment (CDE)
  • Security minded approach to information
  • BIM Protocol

 

 

 

 

Implementation of BIM time table

                    

 

Fundamentals and Implementation of BIM course time table

Classes start on the 3rd Monday of every month

10.00 am to 4.00 pm

Monday

Unit 301-Fundamentals of BIM

Tuesday

Unit 303-BIM Project implementation

Wednesday

Unit 302- Planning BIM implementation

Thursday Assessment for unit 301 and practice for assignment
Friday Assessment for units 302 and 303

 

 

 

For more information about this course please contact Reza Nobakht (finchleycollege@yahoo.com)

 

Fee: £395 plus VAT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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