Course Description

Examine the basic principles of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and how it is applied and managed during each phase of a project. Apply a structured process to execute a BIM project systematically and successfully. Classify information within a model and distinguish how various levels of that data support the different phases of a project. Present how BIM benefits and improves on traditional design-build-manage practices, and elaborate on how to leverage digital twins beyond construction to intelligently manage the lifecycle of a building more effectively and efficiently after design and construction.

This course is federally funded by the Quick Train Canada initiative (https://quicktraincanada.ca/), a skills training and education program that is powered by Canadian Colleges for a Resilient Recovery (https://resilientcolleges.ca).

For more information, and instructions on how to register, visit the Quick Train webpage.

While this micro-credential being fully funded by the government sponsor, it is still treated as a taxable benefit calculated on the market rate of tuition. A T4A tax document for the amount of your tuition support will be available through MyMohawk in the February after your registration.





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