AGC'S BUILDING INFORMATION
MODELING EDUCATION PROGRAM
Earn Your Certificate of Management - Building Information Modeling
The Certificate of Management - Building Information Modeling (CM-BIM) is the construction industry's first and only BIM assessment-based certificate program that teaches the practical application of the building information modeling process for commercial construction firms. Based on AGC's BIM Education Program, a CM-BIM can be achieved by completing all four courses in the BIM Education Program and successfully passing the CM-BIM assessment.
All courses are held at the AGC Florida East Coast Chapter Office, 2617 N Australian Avenue, West Palm Beach, Florida 33407 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM with a half an hour lunch (provided). Course materials are included in the training fees; however, testing fees are separate and handled directly through AGC of America - not through the local chapter. Pre-registration is required for all courses.
2014 BIM Training Schedule
1st Quarter BIM Training
Date: Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Unit 1 Edition 2 - An Introduction to Building Information Modeling
Unit 1 is designed specifically for construction progessionals eager to learn the essential concepts of BIM. This eight-hour course will be held in one session giving participants a comprehensive overview of BIM, supported by case studies to help participants comprehend each session's learning objectives.
2014 First Quarter Unit 1: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Unit 2 Edition 2 - BIM Technology
BIM Technology is designed specifically for construction professionals who want to establish a solid process for selecting BIM tools and investigate the significant impact models have for improving estimating, scheduling and coordinating. The goal of the BIM Technology course is to help participants become BIM champions within their organizations.
2014 First Quarter Unit 2: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Date: Tuesday February 25, 2014
Unit 3 - BIM Contract Negotiation and Risk Allocation
BIM Contract Negotiation and Risk Allocation examines BIM and contract terminology to determine best practices for integrating BIM into project contracts. Hot-button issues such as standard of care, intellectual property rights, and insurance and surety bonding coverage are discussed to help participants successfully prepare for BIM implementation.
2014 First Quarter Unit 3: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Date: Tuesday, March 11, 2014
BIM Unit 4 - BIM Process, Adoption and Integration
BIM Process, Adoption and Integration provides a foundation for participants to establish and execute the BIM process, facilitate its adoption, and achieve integration on a single project and at a company level to execute multiple BIM projects simultaneously.
2014 First Quarter Unit 4: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
For more information about the current BIM training, please contact Danielle Hartog at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (561) 833-3609.