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Level: 2

Location: The RoundHouse

Years: 1

Weeks:

Hours: 2.50

Start: 20/09/2019

Days / Times: Tuesday 18:00 to 20:30

Tuition (£): 575.00*

Interview: N

Course Summary

This is a short course introduction to Building Information Modelling/Management (BIM) for construction industry professionals who wish to gain further insight into this modern method of data control to reach BIM Level 2.

Entry requirements

There are no prior qualification requirements for this course, although a general understanding of construction design and management processes would be advantageous, along with an awareness of BIM being used in the construction industry.

Course Content

During the course, you will learn about the following topics:

  • BIM overview
  • History of BIM and design data control
  • Key BIM terminology
  • The BIM delivery cycle
  • Benefits of BIM
  • How BIM is implemented

How will I be assessed?

There are no formal assessments although participants will be asked questions or asked to partake in group quizzes to check the knowledge they have gained during the sessions.

Are there any additional costs or specialist equipment required?

No additional equipment is required. You are recommended to obtain the relevant FREE standards documents from the following website to aid your learning:

https://bim-level2.org/en/standards/

What can I do after this course?

N/A

 

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* Tuition - This figure is the fee to be paid if you are not entitled to any concessions.
*** Co-Tuition - This figure is the fee to be paid if you are entitled to any partial concessions.

This course is run at the Roundhouse Campus

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George Barwick

George Barwick

Professional Construction course - ‘the best thing I ever did!’

Not so long ago, student George Barwick was feeling “a little lost” and didn’t know what the future held for him.
Now he says every day is different and he has a future career as an architectural technologist planned. He is enjoying work experience with Derby-based architects Morrison Design.
Eighteen-year-old George went straight from school to a Derby College engineering apprenticeship which he completed in one year instead of two.
But it wasn’t really where he saw his future. His eyes lit up when he learned through the college about Professional Construction, with the potential to eventually become an architectural technologist.
George completed the first year of his Level 3 course with a distinction and distinction*s and said enrolling was “the best thing I ever did”.
Now in his second year, George’s achievements are all the more remarkable because he has hearing problems after contracting meningitis as a baby.
His hearing gradually worsened and while he was completing his GCSEs, George had a cochlea ear implant fitted. His final grades shot up, through a combination of intense hard work and “because I could actually hear what everybody was talking about.”
The college provides a notetaker and transcriber to help him in lectures.
He aims to go on to complete further qualifications at university, ideally through an apprenticeship.George’s Derby College mentor is Anthony Page, senior architectural technologist at Morrison Design, and a member of the College’s Skills Academy.
The practice employs 22 people, with four of them coming via Derby College.
Anthony said: "We’ve been impressed with George’s enthusiasm and ability. The majority of the guys we’ve had from Derby College have also been fantastic. We’ve really got only good things to say about it.
“Our link is helping to provide Morrison Design with good young staff, who are effectively going to be the future of the company, and they get a good place to start from to go on to be an architectural technologist or a fully-fledged architect.”

The College gives that little bit extra. It has been extremely helpful. Brilliant. You get so much hands-on knowledge and experience.


If it wasn’t for the Skills Academy here, I wouldn’t be getting the practical skills that I need. Your mentor is part of the Skills Academy and it’s all about getting you prepared for a job, combining the academy process with learning about work.


I don’t know what I’d be doing if I hadn’t found this course. I felt a bit lost to the point where I was thinking ‘why did I work so hard on my GCSEs?’ It’s the best thing I ever did.

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