BIM Implementation - Putting People First, London

2 October, 2017 | 09:00 - 17:00

Venue address:

The Hatton
51-53 Hatton Garden
United Kingdom

About this event

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 BIM 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 BIM Level 2 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 BIM.

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 complete the ICE BIM for Infrastructure training course, and who have attended and successfully completed this BIM Implementation training course.

Learning objectives:

  • Reinforce your understanding of BIM principles and practice
  • Be clear on how to lead a project team
  • Understand your role as a valued member of a project team implementing BIM culture
  • Enrich your knowledge of change management, good governance, effective communication, stakeholder management, collaboration and project risk
  • Know how to embed best practice in BIM processes across your organisation
  • Be empowered to guide and explain to colleagues the details of BIM Level 2