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With the industry at the mercy of intense global competition for construction IT talent, Walter Hume of Rimini Street discusses the potential impacts on digital transformation.
BIM4Water focuses on the sustainability of skills needed to support digital engineering and transformation in the water sector.
The Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) has launched a new training suite to support the global implementation of Building Information Modelling (BIM).
In early 2020. Women in BIM (WIB) launched its mentor scheme. One year on, we talk with BIMentor lead Katya Veleva on the success of the scheme, lessons learned and what comes next in this programme she designed for personal and professional development of WIB members.
Asite sponsors BIM Academy Africa’s online learning platform to support the growth of BIM in the region and help train the future leaders of the industry.
Gain BIM expertise & knowledge in the home, at the office or on your mobile, anytime you choose.
Construction businesses in Scotland can now boost their BIM knowledge without leaving the office, thanks to Construction Scotland Innovation Centre’s (CSIC) free new e-learning platform
ISG is launching the UK’s first A-level alternative for construction to entice more young people into the industry
The Stroma Group has become a signatory of the UK BIM Alliance, along with Niraj Mistry of Stroma Certification leading the upskilling stream for the projects team at the UK BIM Alliance
Kier has launched a new two-year digital construction apprenticeship with a focus on applying Building Information Modelling (BIM) to inspire the next generation of talent to consider a career within the built environment
This ebook from Cadassist, an Autodesk authorised training centre, examines the keys to efficient and effective product design and data management in a world of increasing workloads and seemingly ever-tighter deadlines
BIFM engages with industry leaders on the implications of Carillion’s collapse for the facilities management industry, suggesting that the Government needs to reduce risk by changing buying patterns and reducing reliance on megaliths
In an age where it’s increasingly obvious that technology is one of the main drivers for a successful construction industry, it's perhaps easy to feel overwhelmed by the need to adopt advancements in our day-to-day business. From laser scanning to drones, wearable tech to Big Data and IoT and incorporating BIM into ‘business as usual’, how do we digitise our built environment industry and embrace the advancements on offer?
Man and Machine has revealed it supports the buildingSMART Professional Certification programme and will provide approved training through its established BIM Ready courses
A BIM Open Mic night is being held on 10 October in Manchester by the BIM Regions Northwest Group for networking, learning and discussion
CPMG Architects has been recognised by BSI for its capability in the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM), receiving their BIM Certification
Man and Machine examine the BIM adoption landscape and argue that global standards and skills will be key to greater uptake
RICS have developed the BIM Project Management Certificate providing the knowledge and skills required to manage each step of a BIM project
Ben Malone has been appointed as Director for BIM. Technologies; a BIM consultancy working behind the scenes with some of the construction industry’s biggest contractors,...
Emma Segelov, Head of Marketing at MK Electric, explains the importance of training and investing in young people to avoid the digital skills gap
If you consider that the construction industry is being driven by megatrends, such as sustainable buildings and increases in population, it faces significant challenges....