Bristol, United Kingdom
Monday, 16th July
09:00 - 15:00 UTC +0000
'BIM 101' is a beginners’ course aimed at ALL novices to the world of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the UK with no, or very little, technical / IT or Information Management (IM) background.This course is intended as an introduction to BIM Level 2 and the UK's BIM Mandate which underpins this. If you simply want to get an introduction in plain English, with no jargon – this is the course for you. There is nothing assumed about your background in technology / CAD or ‘BIM’. We start from basic principles for BIM Level 2.
Join us to start your journey into the understanding and implementation of the wider sense of BIM, in a safe environment. You will be able to ask anything you like about BIM in the UK, Digital Built Britain and where things are going. There are no silly questions.
This course is intentionally kept to a small group for the best learning outcomes. We encourage group interaction, but don’t force anything – you can come and simply listen if you want! The Tutor will be available for follow-up calls - up to 4 weeks after the course.
As with all our courses, on this course the word ‘BIM’ is used in the widest sense of the meaning - we me 'BIM' as in the UK’s 'BIM Level 2' mandate, with robust information management,processes and change management. This course is NOT about 3D/4D CAD modelling, nor specific technologies.
What we cover on the day:
- Overview to Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Digital Engineering concepts
- Overview to Whole-Life Asset Management (PAS 55 & ISO 55000) concepts
- Introduction to UK Government 'BIM Level 2' Standards - BS/PAS 1192 suite of standards that are currently published
- Common Data Environments (CDEs) – what these are and options for implantation
- Introduction to Project and Asset Information Models
- Overview of Employers’ Information Requirements (EIRs)
- Overview of Asset Information Requirements (AIRs)
- Overview of Organisational Information Requirements (OIRs)
- Information Security and PAS 1192-5
- 3D Visualisation - requirements for 'BIM Level 2'
- What is meant by 'BIM Level 2', 'BIM Level 3' etc
- Open BIM Data Standards e.g. IFC, COBie
- How GIS is adding value to BIM
- Data and Asset Classifications (Taxonomies)
- Collaboration and Information Sharing - what's the best approach?
- Where Information Management skills are used
- How GIS, CAD and Survey data is adding value
- The challenges of understanding across teams - how we tackle them
- Information Management (IM) as a dedicated function and processes
- Metadata - how do we embed this in processes?
- Information Portals – sharing the re-using data
- How to embed innovation and improvement
- Understanding your role and how you add value to your organisation
- Summary and Review of Learnings
At GeoEnable we are focused on democratising the power of information management (IM), BIM consultancy, geospatial solutions and integrated insight into everyday business decision-making.
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