After the successful delivery of BIM training in Australia during 2019, we have released a new series of dates for our courses in 2020.
Our interactive learning programmes range from a basic introduction to BIM and digital engineering, for those at the early stages of BIM-adoption, through to advanced technical application of digital construction processes.
All our courses are authored in-house and in-line with ISO 19650 by our specialist training team, all of whom have worked in industry and have run many large-scale international projects. We are at the forefront of technological developments, which means we will always share with you the most up-to-date industry standards and requirements.
BIM Fundamentals training is your ultimate guide to the BIM basics, developed to tell you everything you need to know about BIM (and more). It will also address the specific nature of the challenges you may face when implementing BIM on your projects and how to overcome these challenges.
This training programme is unique to Digital Node; we offer guidance on digital solutions to help you work more effectively and bring efficiencies to your projects on time and spend.
BIM Management training supports, educates and up-skills those in the process of implementing BIM on construction and infrastructure project content.
We work with all levels of BIM adopters – from those just taking their first steps into BIM management, to those who are veterans. There is always something new to learn.
Our ISO 19650 training course has been designed specifically to help businesses understand the ISO 19650 standard, as well as the requirements for individual organisations and the wider construction industry.
This training programme aligns to the BIM Learning outcomes framework now being used to support education and skills content globally across the construction industry.
These three training courses will be running in major cities throughout Australia in the April and May.
- Adelaide, 13th – 14th April
- Brisbane, 16th – 17th April
- Sydney, 20th – 21st April
- Melbourne, 23rd – 24th April
- Sydney, 27th – 28th April
- Melbourne, 30th April – 1st May
- Adelaide, 4th – 5th May
- Brisbane, 7th – 8th May
ISO 19650-1 and 2
- Adelaide, 15th April
- Sydney, 22nd April
- Melbourne, 29th April
- Brisbane, 8th May