BIM Level 2 training from BRE Academy

Here at BRE Academy we have worked closely with some of the UK’s leading BIM experts to develop comprehensive BIM Level 2 training to ensure that you are BIM ready.

BIM Level 2 Essentials (formerly BIM Fundamentals)

Online CourseAn online course providing delegates with a robust knowledge of Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2 maturity, which can be applied locally while still being consistent with the industry internationally. Find out more

BIM Level 2 for Information Managers

Online CourseThis course is the second stage of the BRE Academy BIM training programme towards individual certification. The course contains seven modules, leading to a practical working understanding of the management of information within the BIM Level 2 process. Having completed this course, you will have a practical understanding of some of the management, standards, methods and procedures, and a deeper understanding of the BIM environment. Find out more.

BIM Level 2 for Site Managers

Online CourseSite managers are key in delivering BIM projects and have an important role to play in implementing BIM and ensuring successful adoption. BIM is about far more than simply adopting software, and site managers at the 'sharp end' will be increasingly required to adopt and apply BIM procedures. Find out more.

BIM Level 2 Online Training Bundle

Online CourseThis course combines two existing BRE Academy courses (BIM Level 2 Essentials and BIM Level 2 for Information Managers) fast tracking participants to a stage where they can consider BIM certification. Find out more.

Introduction to BIM Level 2

Online CourseThis course has been designed to give delegates an introduction to Building Information Modelling (BIM) and a solid knowledge base on which they can progress on to the more advanced, discipline based training courses provided by BRE Academy. Find out more.

Are you #BIMready?

BIM (Building Information Modelling) Level 2 has been mandated for use on all government funded projects from 2016 and will affect almost everyone working within the built environment, from those working in the AEC (Architecture, Engineering, Construction) industry to commissioning clients, owners and facilities managers.

Despite this however, there remains many misconceptions about what Level 2 BIM is and how it should be implemented.

The BRE Academy BIM Level 2 training pathway

Introduction: The Basics of BIM online webinar

The perfect way to develop an understanding of BIM and what it will mean for you, our Basics of BIM webinar recording is a brilliant place to start before continuing on your knowledge and education journey in BIM.

Stage 1: BIM Level 2 Essentials (formerly BIM Fundamentals)

The BIM Level 2 Essentials course takes 2 days and ensures that you will have a basic understanding of BIM Level 2 including the use of information models, processes, standards, management and collaboration to achieve it. You will also develop a clear understanding of the job roles specified within the BIM Level 2 documentation.

Completing and passing BIM Level 2 Essentials will give you eligibility to join our membership as a BIM Member, where you'll gain exclusive benefits such as discounted BRE Academy courses, FREE online webinars, access to our CPD portal and members LinkedIn group and more.

Stage 2: BIM Level 2 for Information Managers (formerly BIM PIM TIM)

The next two courses address these specific job roles: Project Information Manager (PIM) & Task Information Manager (TIM) training is a two day course aimed at those who are appointed to manage either the complete project information across all teams, or just for their own discipline-specific team.

Completing and passing this course will give you eligibility to join our BIM Certification Scheme, ensuring that you meet – and continue to meet – appropriate standards, through a combination of regular audits and on-going CPD requirements. It helps you to provide the highest level of service to your clients.

Did you know?

All of our BIM Level 2 training has been developed in partnership with Professor Mervyn Richards, OBE, the author of BS1192:2007, the standard for collaborative production of AEC information, and Paul Shillcock co-author of PAS1192-2:2013, the specification for information management using BIM; Mervyn and Paul are actively involved in supporting the UK Government in defining and adopting Level 2 BIM.