Richard Lane and Rob Manning of BIM Task Group confirmed for WM BIM Hub Autumn Series

Credit: West Midlands BIM Hub
Credit: West Midlands BIM Hub

The West Midlands BIM Hub have confirmed the themes of their Autumn Series of events, and guest speakers confirmed for each have also been revealed.

The next conference hosted by the Hub is Back to School ā€“ Learning Outcomes Framework and will take place on September 8th, 2015. Richard Lane, BIM Departmental Support & Training Development Officer for the BIM Task Group will conduct a 30-minute presentation, and topics up for discussion at the event will include the BIM Task Groupā€™s Education & Training Strategy and BIM accreditation and certification. You can sign up for that event here.

Rob Manning of the UK Government’s Level 3 BIM Team has also been confirmed to present at a future event, as has Tekla‘s Duncan Reed, who also acts as Chair for the thinkBIM industry group who host events regularly in North Yorkshire.

Meet the Expert ā€“ BIM Q&A and BIM & The Design Manager are names of the other seminars scheduled for the Autumn, with topics such as soft landings and the Digital BIM Toolkit set to be delved into.

In addition to the announcements, the WM BIM Hub’s BIM Champion, Olly Thomas released comment. He said: “As part of my role of hub champion, I meet with the other regional chairs on regular basis to ensure we are all actively pursuing the same goal on a national scale. Elsewhere in the country, the regional hubs are seeing great success with numbers increasing event on event. I can only hope that we maintain our momentum and can lead the way for others going forwards.

“We are already actively planning the series of events for the new year, with key themes leading forward the topics of Law and Clients. We also have plans for a WM BIM Hub 2016 BIM mandate launch get together so keep an eye on the website for details.”

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