Certificate for Professional Building Information Modelling (BIM) Managers

Certificate for Professional Building Information Modelling (BIM) Managers

Overview

To improve the overall productivity of the construction industry, the HKSAR Government is actively promoting the Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology and extending the mandatory use of BIM for public works projects. In Hong Kong, there is still a shortage of professionals who are qualified in the use of BIM technology, capable of the effective coordination of all processes, workflow, people, assets, etc. that BIM requires.

This certificate programme aims to develop construction managers, practitioners and related personnel with the knowledge, skills and competencies in BIM technology, to meet industry needs and professional certification standards, and to advance their careers.

Recommended for

Practitioners and professionals with relevant experience in BIM projects who wish to become a CIC-certified BIM Manager.

Teaching Approach

Lecture, case study, group discussion, and hands-on workshops
Language: Cantonese, with English materials

Topics

  • BIM Initiation
  • BIM Software, Platform & Technologies
  • BIM Uses and Processes
  • Digital Information, Collaboration, and Integration
  • Commercial and Contractual Aspects

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the programme, participants should be able to:

  • Describe BIM concept definitions and scope, BIM standards and guidelines in the Hong Kong and global contexts
  • Explain and apply BIM software, the modelling process, and current and upcoming technologies
  • Recognize the role of a BIM Manager relative to other construction stakeholders
  • Uphold the quality of BIM personnel in meeting the industry’s needs
  • Prepare a BIM implementation/execution plan across all processes of the whole project cycle
  • Promote valuable knowledge base to ISO19650, BIM level 3, including IoT, smart city, blockchain, etc.
  • Understand the importance of BIM & digitalization
  • Describe commercial and financial issues of BIM as well as BIM-related contractual issues
Sep 29
Online Briefing Session
Time:
19:00 - 20:00

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Information at a Glance

Code:

CCBM

Commencement Date:

Tuition fee for Members:

HKD$15,500

Tuition fee for Non-members:

HKD$16,000

Medium of Instruction:

Cantonese

Mode of Instruction:

Face-to-face

Due to current COVID-19 situation, the mode of instruction might be changed from face-to-face to online teaching if necessary in the event that face-to-face classes cannot be held. The Association will contact the students concerned with details of such arrangements as necessary.

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Course Content

Module 1 – BIM Initiation
1.1 BIM Concept
1.2 Local & Global Contexts, BIM Standards and Guidelines

Module 2 – BIM Software, Platform & Technologies
2.1 BIM Software
2.2 BIM Technologies

Module 3 – BIM Uses and Processes
3.1 BIM Strategic Stage
3.2 Pre-tender Project Stage
3.3 Definition & Design Stage
3.4 Construction Stage
3.5 Handover Stage
3.6 Operation & Maintenance Stage

Module 4 – Digital Information, Collaboration and Integration
4.1 Digital Information Management
4.2 Common Data Environment (CDE)
4.3 Data Quality Control & Assurance across various stages

Module 5 – Commercial and Contractual Aspects
5.1 Commercial Issues
5.2 Contract Issues


Class Schedule

Class I
17, 24 September & 8, 15, 22 October

Class II
14, 18, 21, 27 October & 1 November

Class III
28 October, 4, 11, 18 & 25 November

Class IV
2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 December


Venue

Lecture
3/F, Tower 2, South Seas Centre, 75 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Hands-on Workshop
Unit B, 16/F, Nathan Commercial Building 430 Nathan Road, Kowloon


Supporting Organisation

isBIM Limited
Headquartered in Hong Kong, isBIM offers unrivaled digital built solutions to governments, leading developers, consultants, contractors, and facility managers in the Greater China regions and beyond. As a member of C Cheng Group (1486. HKEX), isBIM remains the most influential BIM consultant in Asia, engaging in over 1,600 global projects with an expert team of 450 international talents and 30 strategic partners – The British Standards Institution (BSI), Autodesk, the Construction Industry Council, and more.
With continued innovation since its inception in 2010, isBIM aspires to take every built project – big or small – online by making BIM and digital twin technology accessible to all built leaders. In 2016, isBIM founded the subsidiary, Shenzhen Qianhai Jarvis Data Consulting Co., Ltd (Jarvis in short), to further its commitment to research and development.


Admissions

Fee

HKMA Member: HK$15,500
Non-member: HK$16,000
Group Discount: HK$500 less per person (For 2 or more persons enrolling at the same time, for the same intake)

Admission Requirements

Qualification
– Preferably with a degree in architecture, engineering, surveying, building or construction, or equivalent recognized by CIC, plus five years of relevant post-degree experience (including at least six months in Hong Kong)

Practical BIM Experience
– At least two years of practical experience in BIM in past five years (including at least six months in Hong Kong).
– Admission priority will be given to project managers or professionals, who possess a degree in architecture, engineering, surveying, building, or construction (or equivalent as recognized by CIC); or currently working on construction projects.

Award of Certificate

Participants who achieve minimum 90% attendance and pass course assessments will be awarded “Certificate for Professional Building Information Modelling (BIM) Managers” by The Hong Kong Management Association.

Recognition

The programme is on the list of CIC-accredited BIM Manager Courses. Successful completion of this programme meets one of the criteria for registration as a CIC-certified BIM Manager.

Enquiry

Course Details

Ms Ann Fan
Phone: 2774 8574
Email: annfan@hkma.org.hk

General Enquiry / Course Enrolment / Membership Information

Phone: 2774 8500 or 2774 8501
Email: hkma@hkma.org.hk
Fax: 2365 1000

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