BIM Courses .

Master your workflow with improved skills in BIM and REVIT

Successful Building Information Modeling (BIM) projects take more than just knowing how to use Revit. With our instructors' experience in delivering BIM projects of all scales and market sectors, you will learn how Revit and other tools related to BIM are used in the real world.

Leveraging BIM on real-life projects is very different from learning how a software functions. EPIC is the only place to learn these applied skills in an interactive way from leaders in Canada’s Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC) industry, and gain an understanding of how different tools and workflows create a holistic methodology.

EPIC is pleased to offer this program in partnership with BiM8 Inc. Our expert instructors will provide a more meaningful training experience, using examples and workflows that have been implemented successfully in the real world.

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Nov 8, 2024
(7 Hours)
November 14, 15, 21 and 22, 2024
(16 Hours)

EPIC's Buiding Information Modelling courses are offered live, by qualified and industry experienced instructors. They offer certified Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs) to help with any requirements your professional association may require.

Who Should Attend?

BIM changes how all stakeholders work on a project. Understanding the best practices and workflows will make sure everyone is working towards the same goal.

Architects and Engineers

There are many benefits to leveraging BIM workflows for your designs. BIM helps provide more context and data earlier in a project, allowing for a more informed decision making process. By developing a single, powerful 3D model that can be used for analysis, simulation, visualization and documentation, project delivery can be streamlined, allocating more time to work through important design choices, rather than drawing lines in two dimensions.

Project Managers

Project delivery has changed substantially with the introduction of BIM. Clients' expectations are evolving and the tools production teams use are much more complex. Having knowledge of these tools will be essential when managing the teams that use them to deliver your projects. While you may not be working directly in models, understanding BIM’s capabilities and how it is used on projects will allow you to lead your teams to be much more effective.

Technicians and Technologists

As a technologist, BIM will drastically change your day-to-day work. While there is a lot of potential to improve your productivity, learning how to take advantage of these new tools can be difficult. Not only do you need to learn new software, you also need to learn its best practices.

Owners - Operators

The building and infrastructure industry has had essentially stagnant, if not falling levels of productivity for the last 25 years. While there are many reasons, the slow adoption and implementation of digital technologies is significant. Processes and workflows have not taken advantage of digitization and remain costly. BIM looks to fix this technological gap and improve the efficiency of our industry. However, it is not as easy as purchasing Revit. There is a lot of nuance to understand and prepare for, and having that knowledge will allow for success.

Other people that normally attend these continuing education courses are:
Architectural Personnel • BIM Coordinators • BIM Managers • Executive Leadership • Interior Designers • Landscape Designers • Principals

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