Available courses

Registered Trainee for BIMcert’s Trials sample period? In this webinar module you will learn: how the training programme works; how it was developed to meet your needs, in whatever role you have in the AEC industry; to understand the curriculum and choose training suited for you; how the e-platform works and to navigate training materials; about our different blended methods of delivery/ teaching and assessment. Then sample a preview modules!

Micro training aimed to exhibit how a building’s heating& ventilation system can consume high levels of energy, or how the correct choices can help save this energy outputs.


Micro training aimed to show how a building’s fabric can generate high levels of energy output. Focusing on aspects such as: U-values; Thermal transmittance, Insulation; Materials and Thermal conductivity, cold bridging. In the end learners will be able to: Outline impact of different materials on energy performance in buildings; and Illustrate how adequate insulation can mitigate against losses.

Learners will be able to explain:  heat transfer process; Energy Units; Energy Principles of Building;


Take and assess an overview of climate change and EU Policy..


Explain key terms related to energy use in buildings

Part of understanding: how to analyse and evaluate use of BIM within the construction and design industry; and technological requirements for BIM implementation and security. Learners will be able to: Evaluate BIM Hardware & Software;  Summarise key technology requirements to enable BIM implementation.

BIM stage 2 compliant  has become the ‘accepted’ criteria to be deemed BIM-compliant. It’s based and defined by on a set of concepts and standards, that determine the requirements to be achieved or supplied; one of them is the Delivery Team’s Mobilization Plan, formerly known as PIP.

This is a fundamental knowledge for anyone who wants to be awarded a project in BIM level/stage2. All appointed teams should be aware of what these must entail, in order to know what and how to deliver their projects.

This micro training will present a quick look at a BIM level/Stage2 delivery requirement – the Delivery Team’s Mobilization Plan, formerly known as PIP. Providing an overview and summarised explanation, focused on the perspective of operating in BIM stage 2, and continuing to provide an initial understanding of the application and standards of BIM  (in accordance to ISO 19650).

For the ones that already know, about EIRs it’s a change to test, prove and record your knowledge. BIMcert is also about recognising pre acquired knowledge. This is part of the overall basic knowledge of BIM Principles. 

Notes:

  1. This training is advisable to be undertaken after completing the BIM Maturity Levels training, BIM standard overview and BIM key terms.
  2. BIMcert advises beginner learners to follow up with further training that encompasses the BIM Principles training plan.
  3. This training in part of a pathway toward more complex and complete training journey and possible qualification. Check details in additional information documentation

BIM Level (stage) 2 compliant’ has become the ‘accepted’ criteria to be deemed BIM-compliant. It’s based and defined by on a set of concepts and standards, that determine the requirements to be achieved or supplied in the BIM process at this stage; one of them is the BEP. knowing what this is,  is a fundamental knowledge for anyone who wants to be awarded a project in BIM level/stage2. All appointed teams should be aware of what these must entail, in order to know what and how to deliver their projects.

This micro training will present a quick look at a BIM level/Stage2 delivery requirement – the BEP. Providing an overview and summarised explanation, focused on the perspective of operating in BIM lev2 (stage 2), and continuing to provide an initial understanding of the application and standards of BIM ( in accordance to ISO 19650). In the end of this this short training, learners will understand and be able explain the BEP.  For the ones that already know, about EIRs it’s a change to test, prove and record your knowledge. BIMcert is also about recognising pre acquired knowledge This is part of the overall basic knowledge of BIM Principles. 

Notes:

  1. This training is advisable to be undertaken after completing the BIM Maturity Levels training, BIM standard overview and BIM key terms.
  2.  BIMcert advises beginner learners to follow up with further training that encompasses the BIM Principles training plan.
  3.  This training in part of a pathway toward more complex and complete training journey and possible qualification. Check details in additional information documentation 
BIM Level (stage) 2 compliant has become the ‘accepted’ criteria to be deemed BIM-compliant. It’s based and defined by on a set of concepts and standards, that determine the requirements to be achieved or supplied in the BIM process at this stage; one of them is the EIRs. This is a fundamental knowledge for anyone who wants to commission a project in BIM level/stage2. All clients (appointing parties) should have this knowledge. Appointed teams should be aware of what these must entail, in order to know what and how to deliver their projects.
This micro training will present a quick look at a BIM level/Stage2 delivery requirement – the EIRs, providing an in overview and summarised explanation, in the perspective of operating in BIM lev2 (stage 2), continuing to provide initial understanding of the application and standards of BIM ( in accordance to ISO 19650). 
This is part of the overall basic knowledge of BIM Principles. 

Notes:

  1. This training is advisable to be undertaken after completing the BIM Maturity Levels training, BIM standard overview and BIM key terms. 
  2. BIMcert advises beginner learners to follow up with further training that encompasses the BIM Principles training plan.
  3. This training in part of a pathway toward more complex and complete training journey and possible qualification. Check details in additional information documentation 

Part of a set related to build up essential skills related for AEC workers to Low Energy Building Construction. Learners can take it as a standalone; however, it is also part of a wider pathway for completion of a training plan Intro to Low Energy Building Construction 

It is an introduction to these principles, specifically in system thinking, because BIM as a tool towards energy efficiency, needs to be integrated, applied in context, with the correct mind set to achieve required results. This training  will enable the learner to develop a fundamental understanding of key concepts of Low Energy Building Construction, than should be applied when using BIM as a digital enabling tool/method to help AEC industry and professional in several roles to reduce energy losses, in a holistic full lifecycle approach.



Part of a set related to build up essential skills related for AEC workers to Low Energy Building Construction. Learners can take it as a standalone; however, it is also part of a wider pathway for completion of a training plan Introduction to Low Energy Building Construction Course Units.It's an introduction on BIM models, methods, and tools can contribute towards a more energy efficient building stock.  

Training  enable the learner to develop a fundamental understanding how BIM can be used as a digital enabling tool/method to help AEC industry and professional in several roles to reduce energy losses, with a holistic full lifecycle approach.


The 4.0 revolution ( digitalisation) is transforming the AEC industry workflows, methods, processes and tools. BIM in the base and center of this transformation. What advantages and benefits does the adoption of BIM brings to the industry, and to its professionals? Why and How does it constitutes an improvement to how all AEC professionals have worked for years? Take a quick overview of overall benefits of BIM implementation, and digitalisation in general, for the AEC industry.

BIM level/stage2 is more and more the criteria and goal required to be considered BIM-compliant. This milestone is an important one-adoption process taken by industry towards digitalisation, including BIM adoption and implementation. What does this entail? How does What are the impacts to Project delivery. The training gives an introductory overview on this.

It will also start to provide initial Understanding of the application and standards of BIM, as this apply to the BIM level 2 context.

Notes:

  1. This training is advisable to be undertaken after completing the BIM Maturity Levels training 
  2.  BIMcert advises beginner learners to follow up with further training that encompasses the BIM Principles training plan.
  3.  This training in part of a pathway toward more complex and complete training journey and possible qualification. Check details in additional information documentation


The AEC is becoming more digital, and BIM is an integral part of this transformation. It permeates the all process and as such digital skills and devices are now a fundamental and offer powerful assistance in improving several aspects of the Industry.

This training is part of a set of training related to build up these essential digital skills for AEC workers. Learners can take it as a standalone, however it’s also part of a wider pathway for completion of a training plan called BIM Principles.

The training will enable learners to understand the context and essentials of BIM in terms of the Standards and guidance. It is a general and brief overview. For more further and deeper details compliment with the BIM and Digitalisation Benefits additional training sets.


As AEC industry advances more toward digitalisation and to be BIM level/Stage 2 compliant, understanding how to use digital skills and devices to access digital information becomes essential and mandatory, especially regarding the correct usage of the Common Data Environment (CDE). Learners will understand basic principles of using digital skills and devices to access digital information, in the Common Data Environment (CDE)- the essential place where information is stored in a BIM project .By the end, learners will:

  •  Understand what is the CDE
  • Possible CDE solutions
  • How the CDE it is structured and organised
  •  Know where to find and place the information
  • Demonstrate digital file management
This training is part of a set of training related to build up essential digital skills for AEC workers. Can be taken as a standalone, however it’s also part of a wider pathway for completion of a training plan called Digital Skills, and essential training related to BIM collaboration and Information Exchange.

Basic introduction to professional trainers and tutor in relation to becoming a BIMcert approved trainer


Short Module covers BIM Principles-Understand the context and essentials of BIM

Explains what BM, helping you understand:

what involves

why/ how it emcopasses the all construction supply chain and built asset/ project lifecycle.

BIM as part of a wider revolution- digitilasation of the AEC industry
BIM drivers
BIM key terms & definitions

Learn about BIM and key terms of BIM

This module will cover the maturity of BIM within your workplace.  How do we transition from 2D CAD to 3D model?

What are BIM Dimensions? You probably already heard about BIM levels or stages, but what about these Dimensions? Learn how many are there; what do they mean and how they apply into your role and workflow. From 2D to 7D, we will cover them all.



This Learning outcome will explain how mobile and cloud computing technologies can be applied to ensure data is accurately transferred. 

This unit will enable the learner to develop a fundamental understanding of the use of digital skills for construction sites, required for working in a Digital Construction context.

Part of a set related to build up essential digital skills for AEC workers. Learners can take it as a standalone, however it’s also part of a wider pathway for completion of a training plan called Digital Skills, and essential training related to BIM collaboration and Information Exchange.

This micro training unit will enable the learner to develop a fundamental understanding of the use of digital skills for construction, both for role on site, such as site managers, as well as roles in design teams, required for working in a Digital Construction context.

Training will focus on some practical demonstrations of possible digital tools solutions to help AEC professional to access BIM models and the information contain within them

Part of a set related to build up essential digital skills for AEC workers. Learners can take it as a standalone, however it’s also part of a wider pathway for completion of a training plan called Digital Skills, and essential training related to BIM collaboration and Information Exchange.

This micro training unit will enable the learner to develop a fundamental understanding of the use of digital skills for construction, both for role on site, such as site managers, as well as roles in design teams, required for working in a Digital Construction context.

Training will focus on some practical demonstrations of possible digital tools solutions to help AEC professional to access BIM models and the information contain within them.


Demonstrate Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) file management