ICE BIM for Infrastructure, online

£665 exc VAT

About this workshop

The result of a unique collaboration between the ICE BIM Action Group and Government's BIM Task Group, ICE BIM for Infrastructure is a leading Building Information Modelling training programme in the UK.

The two day syllabus embeds the Task Group's framework for learning and development outcomes, and takes the delegate through each aspect of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in detail: data, application, contractual and insurance. It delivers clarity on how to integrate and apply BIM across projects.

Why attend?

  • Developed, peer reviewed and delivered by BIM experts from the Government's BIM Task Group and ICE BIM Action Group
  • Step by step guidance on BIM at both industry and government level, embedding government frameworks for learning and development in BIM
  • Demystifies BIM, allowing you to understand the challenges and benefits of implementing BIM across the project portfolio
  • Delivers clarity on how to integrate and apply BIM to engineering, design, construction and asset management
  • Includes questionnaires following each session to test your learning and align with the programme objectives

David Philp, Head of BIM implementation for the Cabinet Office has commented on the training course:

“We are delighted to see such a proactive response to raising awareness and capability in support of the BIM agenda."

To aid learning, delegates attending public deliveries of this training course will receive a complimentary copy of BIM in Principle and in Practice- 2nd Edition, by Peter Barnes and Nigel Davies. This offer is not available to In-house bookings.

Attending this training course contributes towards your achievement of the ICE Certificate for BIM.

The ICE Certificate for BIM is awarded to delegates who have attended and successfully completed this course and the BIM Implementation- putting people first training.

Click here to find out more about the ICE Certificate for BIM

For more information please contact:

Natalie Collins

e: [email protected]