BIM, or Building Information Modelling is a collaborative approach to design and construction, whereby an intelligent model of the proposed design is created, analysed and is used to drive the production of all quantities, drawing sheets, co-ordination works etc. from … Find out more
No. Although Autodesk® Revit® is gaining popularity as the industry standard for BIM authoring software, it is not the only piece of software that can do the job.
No, BIM is a front-loaded construction process, not a more expensive process. The aim of any BIM project is to eliminate the typical construction problems that occur on site, minimise waste and streamline construction by detailed, intelligent investigation and evaluation … Find out more
No, BIM is a viable process for projects of all sizes. The ability to accurately schedule quantities, ensure design co-ordination and evaluate the project in a three-dimensional environment are welcome additions to any project.
The short answer is ‘with difficulty’! Being a front loaded process, BIM almost reverses the more traditional RIBA approach where construction drawings are issued at the last labour intensive stage in the process. With BIM, the drawings are still issued … Find out more
Yes. All of the purchased seats should be managed by an individual user. The user can buy as many seats as they wish. It is then possible to select additional users they wish to enrol on different courses. These users … Find out more
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BIM elearning® is an online training provider and not available for download.
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The courses have been designed to enable you to complete at your own speed, so feel free to take as long as you need. However, if it has been purchased for you, it is important you consult with your employers … Find out more
After you have completed all of the modules within the course the final assessment is unlocked. The final assessment comprises of a range of questions relating to the modules you have completed, these questions are randomised so the order and … Find out more
Yes, at the end of every course you are provided with a downloadable certificate. The certificate shows the course completed, your name, and a unique certificate number that can be checked against our database.
This will vary between individuals, however if you are looking to undertaking all of the courses available the recommended order is the one in the Complete Collection as this will take you through the basics all the way to specialist. … Find out more
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