Project Five named training partner for BEST’s BIM programme

Credit: Project Five
Credit: Project Five

Construction industry consultancy Project Five have been appointed as the official training partner provider of a Building Information Modelling initiative set to sweep across Wales.

Supported by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government, Project Five (who are also working with Innovate UK) will conduct four one-day introductory BIM workshop events in association with Built Environment Sustainability Training (BEST).

The CQFW Level 3 accredited and CPD certified training will be free of charge and the scheme, named Unlocking the Potential of BIM in Wales, is aimed at Welsh citizens working and living in 15 Local Authority convergence areas.

“We are delighted to be working with BEST to develop material that can move the market beyond mere high level awareness raising and provide people with the knowledge and skills required to start their BIM journey,” said Project Five’s Managing Director, Tim Whitehill.

BEST’s Project Director, Dr Julie Gwilliam also shared her thoughts. She stated: “The team at Project Five Consulting are leading the field of training in BIM and we are pleased that their expertise is now being shared with built environment professionals across Wales’ convergence areas.”

View the calendar of events below and click on the links to book your place at the Unlocking the Potential of BIM in Wales series.

8th December: Bangor
9th December: Cardiff
10th December: Swansea
12th December: Conwy

For more information, check out the official Project Five interactive PDF documentation below.