ICE BIM for Infrastructure
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.
- 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 said of 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. (Please note, this offer is not available to In-house bookings).
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 Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2 in your organisation. It is rewarded to delegates who have attended and successfully completed this course and the BIM Implementation - putting people first training.
BIM Task Group Framework mapping
This training course is mapped to the BIM Task Group's Learning Outcomes Framework for BIM Level 2. The programme meets relevant specifications of the framework.
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Sessions begin at 9:00 and finish at 17:00. Morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch are included in the programme.
Day 1 - The overarching principles of BIM, including procurement and collaborative working
- Session 1 - Introduction
- Session 2 - Questions
- Session 3 - Life Cycle
- Session 4 - Facilitated discussion and reflections
- Session 5 - Procurement
- Session 6 - Facilitated discussion
- Session 7 - Collaborative working
- Session 8 - Concept of data exchange
- Session 9 - Facilitated discussion and reflections
- Session 10 - Reflections and summing up
Day 2 - A deeper dive into some of the practical issues, including volume strategy, digital plan of works, and Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBie)
- Session 11 - Introduction
- Session 12 - Questions
- Session 13 - The Digital Plan of Work and Life Cycle (incl GSL)
- Session 14 - Facilitated discussion and exercise
- Session 15 - Concept of Project Governance
- Session 16 - Facilitated discussion and exercise
- Session 17 - Concept of Process
- Session 18 - Concept of data exchange
- Session 19 - Facilitated discussion and exercise
- Session 20 - Reflections and summing up
BSc (Hons), CEng, FICE, FRSA
Phil is an acknowledged leader in the deployment of Information Technology in Infrastructure Design, Construction and Operational Management. Whilst he is a Civil Engineer by training, his background and experience has encompassed most aspects of the construction industry from buildings through infrastructure to asset management. He chairs the Institution of Civil Engineers Information Systems Panel, is a board member of Building Smart UK and serves on a number of standards steering groups related to BIM including PAS 1192:2 & BS 1192:4. He is a member of the UK core BIM Task Group having been involved in developing the strategy and is now assisting in delivering it with the Highways Agency and the Environment Agency.
Richard is Training Development Officer and Implementation Project Manager for the UK BIM Task Group and Director of Creonova Consulting Ltd. He is leading the development of the UK BIM Task Group training strategy and solution and is supporting the implementation of BIM in a number of UK government departments including the Ministry of Defence and NHS. Richard has 25 years’ experience in IT consulting, project management (ISEB) and training, and leading global teams and is a Fellow of the Learning and Performance Institute and a Professional Member of the British Computer Society.
Richard has gained extensive experience in Training and Learning over 15 years, and has been responsible for developing strategies and programs which reach millions of learners. Richard’s suitability is also enhanced by an extensive knowledge of Level 2 BIM, acquired through his role on the UK Government BIM Task Group and the work he has performed as UK Government BIM Delivery Officer in implementing Level 2 BIM for the Ministry of Defence and Department of Health/NHS. In his role as BIM Task Group Lead for Training and Education, Richard has responsibility for liaising with Secondary, Further and Higher Education policymakers and faculty, professional institutions, and public clients’ supply chain partners.
Richard’s role of co-author of the UK BIM Level 2 Learning Outcomes Framework for the UK Government is further evidence of his experience in the design of educational strategy and programs for improving skills and learning across education and industry.
BSc (Hons), FBCS, FBCart.S, MIoD, MPWI
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.
At the end of this course, delegates will understand:
- How the BIM initiative fits into the delivery of engineering, design, construction and asset management in practice
- The impacts and benefits of BIM to tne engineering profession, and to the built environment
- The practical steps to implementing BIM