In this introductory module, you’ll learn both how the course is structured and how to get the most out of this extensive program.
You know how important acquiring new skills and qualifications are to your career development. No matter how much you learn, you feel that you still don’t know enough - enough to apply for your dream job, ask for a well-deserved raise, or to feel confident enough to suggest and implement changes.
You would like to continue learning and gaining new skills but cannot afford expensive courses or postgraduate studies. Or perhaps you have the finances, but don’t have the time. You already have a full-time job and can’t afford to take time off to study further.
The construction industry is rapidly advancing and you worry that you won’t keep up. New technology and software are released monthly, and there is a growing demand for specialists who are proficient in using them. The construction industry is moving forward, and BIM is at the heart of this advancement. You know you need to upskill to stay relevant, but don’t know where to start.
Are you tired of trying to piece information together from short webinars, articles or videos? Most of which don’t give a thorough answer to your question, or apply to your project? Do you need a structured, detailed training to guide you step-by-step through the process?
So many people have participated in the Become BIM Coordinator course. As a group, we support each other and share knowledge about BIM.
On average, this many people complete the BBC course and receive a certificate. The worldwide average for completing online courses is only 15%!
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In this introductory module, you’ll learn both how the course is structured and how to get the most out of this extensive program.
Module 2 will give you a better understanding of BIM methodology and how the entire AEC industry benefits from implementing it.
Here, I focus on the various roles and responsibilities of a BIM Coordinator. This can vary depending on the company you work for and the type of projects you work on.
In Module 4, we consider what software tools a BIM Coordinator uses in different phases of a construction project. We’ll also choose a set of software that will be used further in the course.
After this module, you will know which file formats are commonly used in the industry. We will look both at proprietary as well as open BIM formats.
In Module 6, we get to work on our course project. You will receive the BIM requirements from a fictitious client. We will then discuss these requirements in detail, so you know what they mean for us as BIM Coordinators.
Good planning and strategy are key to effective BIM Coordination. In this module, you will learn about the components of such a strategy and plan coordination activities.
A BIM Coordinator has a lot to do at the start of a project. Setting up the folder structure, creating project templates, and managing model coordinates - I will show you how to do all these tasks effectively.
In this module, we will start our coordination process. First I’ll show you how to properly export IFC from Revit. This is essential for people who want to work with the openBIM methodology. Then we will use the exported IFC files to learn how to work with Solibri. By the end of this module, you’ll have all the knowledge you need to handle Solibri like a pro!
In Module 10, we dig deeper into the heart of the Solibri checking system and learn how to use rules. We will create several rulesets and rules that check model data and geometry in relation to BEP requirements from module 6.
Now that we have proper rules in place, we can run internal and multidisciplinary coordination. I will share my tips and tricks and teach you how to check models in the most effective way.
After this module, you will know how to successfully use the BIM Collaboration Format and BCF Connector to handle BIM coordination issues using the BIMCollab platform.
In this module, we will start working with coordination workflow number 2. This time I will teach you how to effectively use another model checking software - Navisworks.
We will now use Navisworks to run both internal and interdisciplinary model checks. I will show you the best ways to work with Clash Detective, Search Sets, and many other Navisworks tools.
Navisworks and BIM Track are best friends when it comes to managing coordination issues. After this module, you’ll know how to effectively handle issues using both programs.
In this module, we will focus on coordination meetings. What are they, how to run them effectively, and how to avoid making common mistakes.
In the final module, I will share advice about BIM Coordination. We’ll summarize the entire course and I’ll give a few suggestions about the next steps you can take on your journey to become a BIM Coordinator.
Yep! Anyone who successfully completes the course will receive a pdf certificate with their name on it, showing that they've completed the BBC Become BIM Coordinator course.
You’ll be able to exchange ideas with other course participants, and work to overcome challenges together.
After each module, I will test what you've learned. There are quizzes, practical assignments that will check your theoretical and practical knowledge. You know the saying - Only practice makes perfect.
I will organize four Q&A LIVE sessions where you can ask questions about the training and get valuable help. Sessions will be organized every 2 weeks. Dates will be presented during the start of the course.
Ready-to-use solutions for immediate implementation in the project....
...plus checklists, plans, presentations, templates, configuration files and more...
Each module is divided into a number of short lessons, making it easier to find time to cover the material.
While each module begins with a lesson that covers the basic theory, we then move on to applying what we’ve learned in practical ways. A great BIM coordinator doesn’t only have a head filled with knowledge, but is also able to apply what he’s learned to his daily tasks.
You’ll receive practical checklists and materials that are ready to be used for future BIM projects.
The quiz at the end of each module helps you assess which areas you’ve understood, and which you’ll still need to work on. This way you’ll be a well-rounded coordinator who has mastered all the necessary skills to do the job effectively.
There is no time limit on the course. Work through the lessons at your own pace and if there’s something you’d like to go over again, no problem! You can always go over the material again and make sure you understand it perfectly.
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You will acquire a profession that is sought after and in high-demand and know exactly what the current and projected trends are in the field of BIM. Such people are highly appreciated!
You will learn the necessary things to become a BIM coordinator. I will teach you only what you really need, and will not clutter your head with any unnecessary information. In addition to theory, you will receive much needed practice. At the end of this course, you will finally feel prepared and have the confidence to take on any task!
Take control of your future by acquiring all the needed skills to position yourself as someone who embraces change and is ready to enter this exciting new era of construction!
Finally, you’ll be able to afford that holiday, a car or (insert your dreams and goals here).
You’ll continue to be frustrated by the limited information you glean from webinars and videos and will still feel like you lack knowledge and skills. You’ll have to put a lot of effort into sifting through the available information online, trying to make sense of it.
If you have to learn the hard way, through trial and error, you’ll make costly and time-consuming mistakes. Learning from a professional will save you a lot of frustration and headaches!
One-day training is expensive and it only covers a limited amount of material.
You count on a stroke of luck that changes in the industry will not affect you and that "you will always find a job".
You may learn a lot of theory from other courses, but when you have something to do, you ultimately have no idea how to go about it.
Hey, I’m Ignacy!
I am a BIM Coordination specialist, teacher, and long-time practitioner of the Building Information Modeling methodology. In 2019, I co-founded the popular blog ‘BIM Corner’ where I share my knowledge and experience about BIM with others.
I’ve spent the last couple of years in various BIM roles at organizations like WSP, Multiconsult, and Norconsult, and have had the opportunity to work on amazing projects. Projects that not only won many prestigious prizes (Autodesk AEC Excellence Awards, The buildingSMART International Awards) but also set new standards in implementing BIM in the construction industry.
Over time, I’ve learned a lot about BIM management and BIM coordination, and it’s high time I do something with that knowledge and experience.
The “Become BIM Coordinator” course is the culmination of my career, and I genuinely believe it’ll be profoundly useful. I’m so excited to help you on your journey with BIM Coordination.
I am confident that the Become BIM Coordinator training is an absolute firecracker that will change your professional life.
However, if it doesn’t meet your expectations, you will receive a refund.
Yes, just like that. All you need to do is to send an email to email@example.com and you will get 100% of your money back.
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No. Current prices are final and non-negotiable. However, when buying a minimum of 5 licenses, I will add one for free. This is the first edition of the BBC training. By enrolling now, you will have access to all future updates in future as well as more expensive editions.
Nope! It’s a one-time purchase. When you buy the Become BIM Coordinator training you’ll always have access to it.
Not only that, but you’ll get all updates and improvements for free. I plan on constantly updating and improving the course over the next couple years!
Yes you can pay in 3 instalments. You need to click the instalment option in the payment step during checkout.
I tried to create the material in a way that it is easily understood, even by beginners. During the course modules, I take students from the basic BIM concepts, through to more advanced topics. At the end of the course, I am confident that you will gain the necessary skills to coordinate BIM models.
That said, if you’ve been working in the construction industry for a while, or have just graduated from construction studies, this course is perfect for you.
Your account will be created on the educational platform immediately after payment. Details on how to access the course will be provided by email.
You receive the first 4 modules of the course immediately after purchase. The next two modules of the course will appear gradually every week. The last module will be released on the 15th of May. Why so? This course is a unique training program. It makes no sense to rewrite further modules without learning from the previous ones, so the materials will be published in stages.
I also wanted students to work through the course materials systematically, and to be able to support each other in the implementation of modules and homework.
During the course we will use trial versions of such programs as Revit, Solibri Office, Navisworks Manage, BIMCollab, BIMTrack, Plannerly, DDSCad.
You don’t need to license all of these programs right away.
Yes! We’re using a Facebook group for our online community. Since this is the first edition of the BBC training, the community is just starting to grow. I am sure that many great discussions will take place there every day!
I will be an active participant, helping students with their struggles. I also encourage students to use this group to help fellow students overcome challenges. In this group I will also organize Live Q/A sessions only for students.
Employers want to invest in resources that help their team deliver better results more quickly. I believe BBC – Become BIM Coordinator is an incredibly worthwhile investment.
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This information is especially relevant for companies. YES, you can buy multiple licenses by placing one group order (just increase the number of items in your cart).
For every 5 purchases, you get one for free. After paying for the order, send me the all participant’ details to email@example.com and I will add them to the platform.