BIM Industry Training

An important enabler of BIM adoption is to ensure that construction professionals of today remain current with the changing ways of delivering great value to clients, whilst at the same time increasing the range of digitals tools available.

Industry training and the BIM networks are key ways New Zealand BIM practitioners help each other stay up to date.

As part of this initiative the BIM Industry training group delivered the successful BIM101: An insight Seminar series throughout New Zealand in 2016.  Following on from that success and the completion of the BIM101 training booklet, BIM Industry Training now presents:

BIM101 - Seminar series videos

These videos are now available for viewing and sharing and have been created and presented by Industry volunteers. There is a total of Seven Modules, provided below.

 

Module 1 - The need to change

Highlighting why our industry needs to change, factors affecting this change and why we believe the pathway is though BIM and Collaboration.

 


Module 2 - BIM around the World

How do other countries around the world use and implement BIM.


Module 3 - BIM in New Zealand

BIM from a New Zealand Perspective.


Module 4 - What is meant by BIM

This module explains BIM,  providing a clear understanding of what BIM means.


Module 5 - BIM SMP’s (Standards, Methods & Processes)

SMP’s are fundamental to the successful delivery on BIM.


Modules 6 - Collaborating with BIM

We cover the importance of Collaboration - how collaboration makes BIM work and  how BIM aids collaboration.


Module 7 - Where to from here

We review how companies are doing BIM and realising the benefits. Plus an insight into some steps you can take.


We recommend that you share these videos with your fellow construction industry colleagues so that those who did not attend the seminar may also be inspired.


BIM101 - an insight Seminar series original course material is still available for download. The course material is scheduled to be updated in the first quarter of 2018.


BIM201 is currently in development and expected to be released with a series of workshops again in 2018. Watch this space for more information.


None of this would be possible without the enormous commitment of the NZIOB and the industry training group, particularly:

Dennis Burns – Archaus
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Glenn Jowett – Beca
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Craig Watkins – Hawkins
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David McDonald – John Leen Plumbing
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Keeley Pomeroy – AECOM
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Peter Jeffs - Architectus


Have a question about BIM training? 

Email us on info@biminnz.co.nz or