Does it seem like the people who get all the BIM training in your architecture or engineering firm are the experts who use it every day? Are there architects, engineers, and project managers (maybe you?) whose BIM skills could use a little polishing? When everyone in the office has at least a working knowledge of BIM software like Revit, they can communicate more effectively, and also help out in a pinch. A great way to bring everyone up to speed is to start a regular training program, and get everyone involved.
If that sounds like something your office could benefit from, head over to Autodesk’s Line//Shape//Space blog to get some great ideas for designing a BIM training program for everyone. The post is by Kate Morrical, digital design manager for Robert Silman Associates, so she knows her stuff. And if you’re looking for more BIM training, you can always visit AU online, where classes are always open, and always free.
Read the full blog post: “All Aboard! 8 BIM Training Tips to Design a Program for Everyone in Your Office”