BIM Training

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a system of using 3D computer models that contains embedded information to improve the process of designing and constructing buildings and infrastructure.

BIM Management Training

Course Length: 5 days, training delivered over 2 weeks.

Part 1 - BIM Fundamentals: 
2 days Part 2 - BIM Advanced Concepts: 2 days 
Competency Assessment: 1 day

Training Provider: Redstack, 145 O'Connell St, North Adelaide. For bookings phone 1300 667 263.

Course Overview

Part 1 will discuss the basic themes and knowledge required to understand the principles of BIM. The course will outline the basic terminology in regard to BIM as well as the requirements for skills and understanding for any member of the Construction Industry to ensure they understand the basic principles and can discuss BIM in context to their projects.

Part 2 details the procedures and processes in regards to delivering BIM in line with client requirements and objectives to ensure teams understand the documentation, skills and abilities to promote BIM and enable future business. The topics will include detailed explanations of the processes in line with regional and international examples.

Delegates will gain insight knowledge into the details of utilising best practice procedures in relation to BIM and begin to understand how to manage their projects and individual requirements in regard to BIM.

Understanding the strategic management as well as the technical drivers ensure that projects utilising BIM will create value for the end user as well as for those involved in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of the project

Apply for the CITB Training Subsidy

CITB are offering a $1000.00 subsidy on fees for the BIM Management Training Course with Redstack Training in North Adelaide. Those wishing to attend the training and take advantage of the subsidy will need a valid CITB Number.

To find out if you are eligible for the subsidy check that your CITB Number is valid. If you do not have a CITB Number you can apply for one. After you have applied please allow up to 5 business days for processing.

BIM Training Providers

Level 1
145 O'Connell St
North Adelaide SA 5006
1300 667 26

Andrea Harding
0408 667 513
Email Andrea Harding

Tonsley Campus
1284 South Rd
Clovelly Park SA 5042

Regency Park Campus
137-163 Days Rd
Regency Park SA 5010

Email Andreas Vasiliou

What is BIM?

BIM is more than just working in a 3D environment, it is about ensuring teams have the relevant capabilities, the required skills and knowledge and the drive to be able to succeed and commit to it. The benefits of BIM can be seen heavily in the operational phase of assets and it is the aim of the course to ensure delegates build their knowledge in regard to all stages of a project. An understanding of how BIM can drive greater efficiencies during the design, construction and operation phase is critical to BIM and these notions and ideas will be explained further. The course will also introduce the relevant technologies that enable and support BIM and how these can be utilized on a project.

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