If you are an existing BIM Manager / BIM Coordinator or aspiring to become one, this is a great opportunity to get up-to-date with all the new BIM standards and best practices. Attend a fun and interactive program packed with presentations, advice and activities. Learn from experienced GRAPHISOFT trainers and former BIM Managers, everything you need to know to manage an ArchiCAD-based BIM office; from setting up projects, through to collaborating with consultants, to managing people and processes. Meet other fellow practitioners and share your experiences of working on BIM projects using ArchiCAD. Pass the tests to earn a globally recognized GRAPHISOFT certificate.
Monday – Tuesday: BIM Office Management
The BIM Office Management course focuses on the implementation process, the current reality around BIM usage, including standards around the world, the new roles at office and project levels and the collaboration workflows. It gives an overview of the supporting material around BIM workflows, such as the BIM Execution Plan (BEP) and the Design Responsibility Matrix. It also gives an insight to the legal challenges that may arise for a practice which has undertaken BIM projects.
Wednesday: ArchiCAD Template Creation
The time and effort put into every project start-up are heavily dependent on the quality of the template that is utilized, therefore, it is worth investing in producing a quality and relevant template for the office needs. This training offers an overview of the responsibilities and technical knowledge of the Template Manager in relation to the task of creating and managing an office template. It summarizes the core activities and provides an implementation and audit methodology.
Thursday – Friday: BIM Porject Coordination
The BIM Project Coordination course focuses on the practical steps that a Project Coordinator needs to take in order to ensure that a project in ArchiCAD is set up in an optimal way for efficiency, speed and collaboration with other disciplines. Workflows related to data management, documentation creation, level of definition/development, project optimization and project audits are explained in detail. Additionally, the coordination process is explained in practical terms, and tips around project setup and required data, are given for optimal collaboration between ArchiCAD and Autodesk Revit in an OpenBIM environment.
Attendees who participate in the full training week are eligible to be awarded the ArchiCAD BIM Manager Certificate, if they pass the three separate exams (one for each module) and provide an essay elaborating on their BIM experience and aspirations. The certificate is valid for 2 years. It can be renewed for another 2 years by passing a separate exam and providing a new essay.
While it is recommended that the program is attended as a whole, attendees have the option to attend any of the modules above. Please note that the ArchiCAD BIM Manager Certificate can only be awarded to people who have attended the full program.
Read more about the training, the trainers, and the agenda and register now.
Tapahtumat ja koulutukset
Mari Suominen: 020 741 9708
Iina Ormaa: 020 741 9717
Jani Vesterinen: 020 741 9712
Jani Kiviaho: 050 582 6958
Hannu Mähönen: 040 546 5262
Puhelin: 020 741 9700 (vaihde)
Annankatu 25 hsto 61 (6.krs)