A BIM component creation company are the latest firm hoping to fill the Building Information Modelling knowledge void by hosting a series of masterclasses.
In just one month’s time on October 22nd, bimstore, in association with Campus, will host a three-day BIM training event aimed at getting manufacturers up to speed with BIM software and able to create the components that can be used within it.
bimstore’s current roster of clientele spans over 60 manufacturers, and now the Space Group umbrella company are becoming the first of its kind to spread technical expertise throughout the industry whilst actually offering potential clients training to create their own BIM wares – pretty nifty if you ask us!
Throughout the three full workshop days, attendees will learn how to extract COBie whilst also receiving comprehensive Autodesk Revit training. Carrying out some of the training will be bimstore’s Director, Adam Ward. Talking exclusively with BIMcrunch about the training he will deliver, Ward stated:
“The three full days of training will be filled to the brim. Alongside explanations of BIM standards such as PAS-1192 and training for Autodesk Revit, the team will be looking at how BIM is a process and how various applications and software platforms can act cohesively. We will also provide demos on Solibri and Autodesk Navisworks software, giving those lucky manufacturers who attend a fulfilling experience that is worth signing up for.”
Creating BIM content families in Autodesk Revit will be a whirl once the sessions are over and having the chance to create your own BIM objects under the watchful eye of seasoned technical professionals will be well worth the investment. The three-day course, taking place from October 22nd to October 24th, costs £995 per person, a small investment considering the amount that your company could make once you have learned from some of the BIM community’s finest.
To learn more about the three-day course and pose any further questions, interested parties can email email@example.com.
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