BIM Fundamental

About Course

This course is ideal for anyone involved in the design, construction, and project management (including specialist subcontractors and clients) of BIM activities.


BIM has become a fundamental aspect of today’s AEC Industry. From its conceptual inception in the early 1990s to its widespread adoption and integration in current workflows over the last 20 years. This rapid rate of adoption for BIM within the industry has been accelerated through governmental mandates, client requirements, and its use in larger organizations.


This Course will define how the construction sector views the adoption of BIM within the AEC industry and what processes and steps are required to adopt and implement a digital design work methodology supported using BIM over that of a traditional design work methodology. We will also discuss how current and future roles and workflows of Architects will define due to R&D in advancements technological in BIM.

What Will I Learn?

  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the technical, process, and collaborative aspects of the use of BIM.
  • Develop and apply management systems to facilitate the use of BIM on projects, including unified control and reporting procedures.
  • Show how your knowledge and experience apply to advise clients and/or senior management on BIM strategy

Topics for this course

24 Lessons20m


what is BIM0:23

Problems in construction Industry

BIM Definition

BIM Benefits based on Roles

BIM Uses

About the instructor

4.32 (19 ratings)

12 Courses

9 students


Material Includes

  • 15.5 hours on-demand video
  • 7 articles
  • 22 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion


  • Any professionals looking to gain a fundamental understanding of BIM and how it may be incorporated into their business.

Target Audience

  • Engineering Students (Civil, Mech, & Elec)
  • Architecture Students
  • Engineers (Civil, Mech, & Elec)
  • Architect
  • Owners
  • Developers
  • Design Consultant
  • Builders
  • Contractor
  • Sub-Contractors
  • Construction Management
  • Facility Management
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