WATCH – Project Five & BEST announce ‘What BIM Means for Me’ training course

Credit: Project Five
Credit: Project Five

Fresh off of their Company Spotlight that hit the site yesterday, Project Five Consulting and Built Environment Sustainability Training (BEST) have announced yet another Building Information Modelling training course set for Wales.

‘What BIM Means for Me’ is a three-day CQFW accredited course supported by the European Social Fund, due to take place on six occasions in Conwy and Swansea. The event is free to attend for Welsh citizens working and living in 15 Local Authority convergence areas.

Project Five’s Managing Director Tim Whitehill can be seen in a new video in which he discusses who should come along to the sessions and why they should attend.

“The course is free to attend for those who are eligible but the course is also CQFW Level 4 accredited, giving the individuals recognition for their attendance; it is also CPD certified” explained Whitehill. “But most importantly, its a learning environment for the attendees to engage with others from industry to share experiences which will be valuable knowledge to take away into their own businesses and projects in trying to implement BIM.”

Dates for the events can be viewed below.

Conwy: April 28th, May 26th and June 24th
Swansea: May 5th, June 2nd and July 1st

Watch the official Project Five video below.

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