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Course Schedule
Classroom Sessions:
Date Venue Fees
01 - 05 Jul 2024 London - UK $5,950
16 - 20 Sep 2024 Dubai - UAE $5,950
23 - 27 Dec 2024 London - UK $5,950
Course Description


This is a comprehensive 5-day course designed for professionals in the engineering and construction industries. Over the training course, participants will delve into an in-depth exploration of BIM, covering topics such as an overall introduction to BIM, BIM international standards, and its practical implications for design development, construction management, and facility operation and asset management. The curriculum also includes a focus on the integration of Construction Technologies with BIM and the Digital Twin Construction framework. Enriched by practical case studies showcasing successful BIM implementations across various project cycles, the training course provides a hands-on learning experience. This training course is ideal for individuals actively engaged in live projects, as a significant portion of the learning sessions is dedicated to real-time applications in project environments. Upon completion, participants will be equipped with advanced BIM technology skills, ready to enhance their contributions to the ever-evolving field of engineering and construction.


  • Recognize the importance of BIM and define common BIM terminology.
  • Investigate BIM International BIM standard in addition to the UK BIM standards.
  • Create a company BIM assessment and discuss issues associated with starting BIM, with full explanation to the BIM workflow processes.
  • Understand and explain the benefits of a synchronized project workflow.
  • Explain the key components of a BIM project execution plan and Identify BIM delivery methods.
  • Understand the meaning and usage of the Level of Development (LOD).
  • Fully understand for BIM uses during the project life cycle.
  • Understand and explain the concepts behind emerging digital technologies, the driving forces behind their development and their application in industry.
  • Investigate the construction technology part and its integration with BIM towards Digital Twin Construction approach.

Training Methodology

  • Lectures
  • Case study review
  • Reading assignments
  • Team activities


  • Employees in engineering and construction industries seeking certificate in advanced BIM Technology
  • Senior professionals with project and portfolio responsibilities
  • The training course content is ideal for individuals working on a current live project. A major component of the learning session is attributed towards real time application on live projects.
  • Students’ community in global, aspiring to gain knowledge in BIM Technology.
Course Outline


An Overall Introduction to BIM

Day 1 material provides a complete overview of BIM concepts, terminology, and practice and an introduction to important uses and concepts to help you understand how BIM is changing the construction process. This is divided into four sessions:

  • Session 1 focuses on explaining common terms and answering the question, “What is BIM?”
  • Session 2 examines a company’s process of incorporating BIM into its business practices.
  • Session 3 introduces some of the more advanced uses of BIM, following the typical progression a company goes through in its BIM implementation plan.
  • Session 4 is where all the BIM concepts come together, and you start thinking about the next steps.


BIM International Standards

International BIM standards are procedures and guidelines recognized by several official bodies at an international level, to better manage all the operations envisaged throughout the entire life cycle of the work. Day 2 material provides a comprehensive guide to applying BIM principles, processes, and methodologies consistent with the international standards of ISO 19650. This day 2 is divided into four sessions:

  • Session 1: International BIM standard ISO 19650
  • Session 2: UK BIM standard PAS 1192
  • Session 3: Acronyms and definitions
  • Session 4: Maturity Levels in BIM


BIM in Practice (I)

From a global perspective, you will see how BIM technology has been implemented in real scenarios and how BIM process has been transitioned in alignment and integration to the suite of ISO19650 standards. Day 3 materials is divided into four sessions:

  • Session 1: BIM Project Execution Planning and setting up.
  • Session 2: BIM Execution Plan (BEP) training
  • Session 3: BIM implantation for design development
  • Session 4: Case study (residential/commercial)


BIM in Practice (II)

Use of BIM goes beyond the planning and design phase of the project, extending throughout the building life cycle. The supporting processes of building lifecycle management include cost management, construction management, project management, facility operation and application in green building. In Day 4, participants will learn about:

  • Sessions 1 & 2: BIM implantation for construction management (planning, engineering, cost control, production control, 4D BIM, 5D BIM, etc.)
  • Session 3: BIM implementation for facility operation and asset management.
  • Session 4: Case study (infrastructure/oil & gas/services)


From BIM to Digital Twin Construction

Day 5 material is designed to investigate in principle the new technologies which are emerging in the field of BIM and Digital Construction, examining the potential of technology to disrupt the construction industry. In this module, students will learn about construction technologies such as 3D printing (small scale and building scale); GIS and digital mapping; laser scanning, lidar and drone technology; RFID technology, smart buildings and the Internet of Things. Day 5 materials is divided into four sessions:

  • Session 1: Innovative construction technology (ConTech) (e.g., laser-scanning, BLE tagging, photogrammetry, VR/AR/Wearables, IoT, or 3D printing) integration for optimal production control.
  • Session 2: Explain the Digital Twin Construction (DTC) framework, information flow and its adoption in the construction industry. DTC proposes integration of BIM, Lean Construction (LC) principles, innovative ConTech systems and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to achieve effective plan-do-check-act cycles of planning and control in construction.
  • Sessions 3: DTC case study: iBIM-LAP is an intelligent BIM look-ahead planning framework for real-time raw data processing to support LAP with a focus on Field-to BIM automated multiple data streams. iBIM-LAP is the first Digital-Twin attempt to merge real-time data from multiple monitoring streams to generate project status information.
  • Session 4: Summary and training course conclusion.
  • On successful completion of this training course, GLOMACS Certificate will be awarded to the delegates
  • Continuing Professional Education credits (CPE) : In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsor, one CPE credit is granted per 50 minutes of attendance
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