BIM Training we recommend
What is Building Information Modelling (BIM)?
"process of designing, constructing or operating a building or infrastructure asset using electronic object-oriented information" Source PAS 1192-2
An Introduction to BIM and Digital Engineering
This course is intended as an introduction to BIM according to ISO 19650 series, how BS/PAS 1192 series and the UK's BIM Mandate / BIM Level 2 relate to these.
If you simply want to get an introduction to BIM in plain English, with no jargon – this is the course for you.
ICE Certificate in BIM
GeoEnable are recommending ICE BIM Training as a great way to demonstrate your understanding of BIM Level 2. ICE BIM courses are aligned with PAS 1192-2, BS 1192:2007 and BS1192-4 and can be used as part of your CPD requirement.
BIM resources we recommend
UK BIM Alliance
The UK BIM Alliance (UKBIMA) is the latest evolution of the UK BIM movement. Thie context is the digital formation of the Built Environment. It is not about BIM, but a broader vision for what our industry can be. UKBIMA want BIM Level 2 to become business as usual but are also aware that BIM Level 1 needs to be in place first.
Centre for Digital Built Britain
The Centre for Digital Built Britain is a partnership between the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and the University of Cambridge to deliver a smart digital economy for infrastructure and construction for the future and transform the UK construction industry’s approach to the way we plan, build, maintain and use our social and economic infrastructure.
BIM Level 2 website (BIM Standards)
This site has resources as a point of reference for clients, designers, contractors, trade suppliers, manufacturers, maintainers, operators and users to understand how to use Building Information Modelling (BIM) and data to improve productivity and reduce waste. Hosted by BSI.
Building Information Modelling guidance portal for the Public Sector Procurer within Scotland
This portal provides clear guidance in the implementation of BIM within public sector procurement. This is to support the Public Sector derive greater value from their built assets through a collaborative and digitised way of working.