BIM Implementation - Putting People First
The main theme of this course is the development of not only the individual skills, capabilities and competencies needed for implementation of the UK BIM Framework (ISO 19650 series), but also the organisational change management level.
The programme focusses on putting people first. People are at the forefront of change - it’s not the software or the technical environment you are working in, it is your ability to persuade and motivate both yourself and your team.
Having these skills will help you to bring about the changes in behaviour and culture required for the successful roll-out of a robust Information Management (IM) framework, based on the UK BIM Framework / ISO 19650 series, in your project or organisation. This course will provide you with an understanding of what you need to do to lead or be a member of a project team implementing an IM and UK BIM Framework culture and processes. Defining clear roles and responsibilities is a critical aspect.
Sessions cover the following key assets of a successful decision-maker:
- Change management
- Good governance
- Communication skills
- Stakeholder management
- Collaborative working practices
- Project risk
- Roles and responsibilities
- Continuous improvement
Infrastructure case studies are used to show how a project manager, an engineer or a technician can apply the ISO 19650 series of standards.
ICE Certificate for BIM
Attending this training course contributes towards your achievement of the ICE Certificate for BIM - a unique ICE award that proves you have received the training and guidance necessary to be able to implement the UK BIM Framework / ISO 19650 series in your organisation.
The ICE Certificate for BIM is awarded to delegates who have attended and successfully complete the ICE BIM for Infrastructure training course, and who have attended and successfully completed this BIM Implementation training course.
UK BIM Framework mapping
This training course is mapped to the UK BIM Framework Learning Outcomes. The programme meets relevant specifications of the framework.
Sessions begin at 9:00 and finish at 17:00. Morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch are included in the programme.
- Session 1 - Self-reflection and my BIM context
- Session 2 - Stakeholder management
- Session 3 - Collaborative engagement
- Session 4 - Trust
- Session 5 - Communications
- Session 6 - Process and systems
- Session 7 - Master Information and Delivery plan
- Session 8 - Procurement
- Session 9 - Security
- Session 10 - Assessment
BSc (Hons), FBCS, FBCart.S, MIoD, MPWI
Steven's comments on the training:
The implementation of BIM is not simply about technologies and processes.
Absolutely key is communication and collaboration. You have these skills.
All you need to do is recalibrate them for a BIM context. This course will show you
Steven is an information management and project management specialist with over 15 years' experience of both hands-on implementation and strategic development of Information and Knowledge Management activities, particularly with Infrastructure Asset Information, Geospatial Information, BIM and classification systems.
He is Founder and Director of GeoEnable Limited, specialising in consultancy and solutions for all aspects of information management and use where location is central. His focus is on how location information can be leveraged with greater affect as an integrated part of wider Information Management, underpinned by robust standards and processes.
Steven has extensive experience of promoting the business benefits of enabling information to stakeholders of all levels, having worked across a broad spectrum of business activities - particularly for built and natural environment.
Steven is versed in many specialisms including information management strategies; geospatial information management; environmental information management; construction information management; asset information: data classification & visualisation; project and programme management; linear referencing systems / networks, and business process improvement and innovation.
His vast skill set is reflected in his membership and chairmanship of a range of committees. He is Chairman of the Business Information Systems SIG for BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT and Chairman for the Asset Management SIG for the Association of Geographic Information (AGI). Steven is also a Committee of BIM 4 Infrastructure (UK), and is International GIS Committee Coordinator for Iracambi where he leads the development of geospatial activity through field surveying, remote sensing, and GIS analysis and mapping.
By the end of this courses delegates should:
- Have reinforced your understanding of BIM and robust IM principles and practice
- Be clear on how to lead a project team implementing the UK BIM Framework
- Understand your role as a valued member of a project team implementing IM culture
- Have enriched your knowledge of change management, good governance, effective communication, stakeholder management, collaboration and project risk
- Know how to embed best practice in ISO 19650 signed processes across your organisation
- Be empowered to guide and explain to colleagues the details of the ISO 19650 series and the UK BIM Framework
This training course is suitable for those who are responsible for IM using the UK BIM Framework (based on ISO 19650 series of standards) concepts and principles on a project. It is recommended that delegates attending this training course have a solid understanding of BIM, either through completion of the ICE BIM for Infrastructure course or through relevant work experience or other training. Delegates will include:
- Project managers
- Decision-makers who have to ensure their organisation who wants to align with the UK BIM Framework / ISO 19650 series of standards
- Anyone wanting a deeper understanding of people-focussed, large-scale IM concepts - underpinned by the UK BIM Framework / ISO 19650 series if standards