Built Environment Sustainability Training (BEST) and Project Five Consulting have enjoyed a majorly successful collaborative training programme together, educating and inspiring Welsh professionals to become engaged with Building Information Modelling. Today, the final events ran by the pair have been announced.
Nearly 100 people have attended the three variations of training conducted by the companies, with research suggesting 96% are happy with the service they were provided. One delegate said: “I’ve attended several BIM courses of late, this course was the best presented; clear and informative and appropriate to what we do. Overall, a very good overview of BIM requirements; a very thought provoking session in regard to what is needed to implement BIM.”
The sessions were supported by the European Social Fund via the Welsh Government and sought to link to “previously forgotten” sectors of the industry that a BIM process can also aid, such as facilities management.
Discussing their successful venture with BEST, Project Five’s Andy Ainsworth commented: “BIM is critical not only to the future success of businesses operating in the built environment, but more importantly, their survival now. The BIM era is very much upon us and individuals and businesses should take advantage of training opportunities provided through programmes such as BEST to stay competitive.”
The final events taking place are as follows:
16th June: Llanelli
17th June: Pontyclun
6th July: Ruthin
7th July: Bala
8th July: Ammanford
9th July: Llandudno
For more information on how you can replicate the success of previous attendees before it is too late, click here.