CitA Co-founder Dr Alan Hore, based in the School of Surveying and Construction Management in DIT, answers your BIM Questions on BIM courses in our fourth BIM QnA.
Question: How can a person working in Construction Management but without a Level 8 degree access BIM and Construction IT education in Ireland?
Alan: There are a number of options. One example would be to study the Level 8 top-up BIM programme in GMIT. For details see http://www.gmit.ie/engineering/higher-diploma-engineering-building-information-modelling-part-time There are other examples of Level 6, 7 and 8 BIM programmes across the country. To access these please go to the BICP website http://www.bicp.ie/global-bim-study-1/
Question: What part-time BIM courses are available in the Dublin region for people working full-time?
Alan: There are courses offered by Dublin Institute of Design, Dublin Institute of Technology, and Griffith College.
Dublin Institute of Design:
REVIT and Level 2 Building Information Modelling Course – Full-time and Part-time
MSc in Construction Informatics – Part-time
www.dit.ie/studyatdit/postgraduate/taughtprogrammes/allcourses/dt167ftdt168ptconstructioninformaticsmsc.html MSc in Applied Building Information Modelling and Management – Part-time www.dit.ie/multidisciplinarytechnologies/bimandabimm/#d.en.84952
Diploma in Building Information Modelling & Graphics – Full-time and Part-time
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