Ceda has launched a series of BIM training opportunities which are available to members and non-members after the success of its current courses.
The latest initiatives are designed for those within the foodservice sector wishing to increase their knowledge of BIM processes and BIM software skills and those involved in designing and collaborating on BIM-enabled projects.
There will be five two-day courses which have been developed in conjunction with The BIM Academy and Northumbria University.
The courses will teach key aspects of Level 2 BIM and BIM processes, with an emphasis on how these impact on those working in the foodservice industry, and experience and skills using BIM software in the context of the foodservice sector.
Adam Mason, director general of Ceda, said: “As with everything we do, these courses have been developed as a direct result of need from members.
“We have spent the last few months devising and developing and we’re thrilled to be able to offer these courses to our members and the wider industry. The uptake has been fantastic and we will be running further course.”
Whilst the course includes and introduction to BIM, some pre-existing knowledge of BIM and BIM processes is assumed. Experience of 2D CAD and/or 3D modelling would be beneficial but is not essential. No prior experience of Revit is necessary.