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BIM Project Information Practitioner Qualification

BIM Project Information Practitioner Qualification

Level Practitioner Duration 3 days
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BSI Qualifications Guide

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This BIM Project Information Practitioner qualification will set you on the path to gaining internally recognized certificates and Marks of Trust. 

This first step on the BIM qualification journey will give you an understanding of how to deliver design and construction projects in line with the relevant standards, and how to apply BIM implementation to your organization and how contractors in turn can show their understanding of BIM capability to their clients. 

Guided by expert trainers, you will learn how to make decisions on information schema, format and the necessary criteria for checks, as well as the roles and responsibilities involved in those checks. 

How will you benefit?

  • Build on the fundamental knowledge and understanding you need for BIM and learn about the context of BIM in your organization 
  • Gain the tools and techniques you need to create action plans to implement BIM and understand the necessary frameworks  
  • Gain an internationally recognized BSI certificate and Mark of Trust 
  • Access a global community of like-minded and qualified professionals to share experiences and practical advice to use in your everyday life 

Which qualification will I achieve?


On successful completion of your qualification, you’ll receive a BSI Mark of Trust that can be shared across within your organization and across your network of contacts. 

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    After completing your Practitioner level qualification, why not undertake the next step and become a BIM Project Information Professional qualification holder. The Professional step of the BIM qualification goes beyond understanding why BIM and Information Management is important in the built environment. It explores the governance associated with Information Security and teaches you how to apply Information Management principles to improve health and safety. 

    Find out more here

  • BIM Project Information Practitioner includes: 

    BIM Fundamentals 

    • The basic principles of BIM, terminology relating to BIM, and why BIM is important 
    • The terms ‘BIM according to ISO 19650’ and ‘UK BIM implementation’ 
    • The value of information through all stages of a project and asset lifecycle 
    • Why BIM is a determining factor for delivering projects on time and without waste and inefficiencies 
    • Demonstrate the ability to use the standards that support ‘UK BIM implementation’ 
    • Gain a general understanding of the ‘Information Delivery Cycle’ as outlined in ISO 19650-1  


    BIM ISO 19650 Part 2: Project Delivery Phase (1 day classroom – in-person or virtual) 

    • Explain what the ISO 19650-2 standard says and what it means 
    • Define how key information management documents are developed 
    • Identify how designers and contractors are expected to show their BIM capability to their prospective clients 
    • Understand how to start applying ISO 19650-2 to your projects 


    BIM BS 1192 Part 4: Handover Information Exchange (1 day classroom – in-person or virtual) 

    • Explain the value of information 
    • Use ISO 19650 Part 4 for information requirements and delivery documentation 
    • Understand the factors in choosing software, schemas and formats 
    • Check information exchanges 
    • Understand a specific information exchange such as handover and national conventions as examples  

    Each module is followed by a mandatory online multiple-choice examination. Delegates must pass the examination to be awarded the qualification. 

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    The final step on your qualification pathway is a 3-year rolling program validating practical application of skills and continuing professional development.  Applicants will complete a form and will provide an in-depth statement that requires delegates to reflect on their learning and professional experience in BIM. 

    Completion of BIM Project Information Professional qualification to apply to become Certified. Applicants will need to have at least three years’ experience in industry. 

    Find out more here.

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