6 November 2015
Short course - Building Information Modelling and Energy Analysis Tools
In this short course, we will provide you with skills and knowledge about how you can combine Building Information Modelling (BIM) technologies with energy analysis tools in order to make BIM more useful for designing and constructing sustainable buildings.
You will be supported by a dedicated BIM team from Birmingham City University (BCU), who will guide you through computer lab sessions and group work. Experts from reputable organisations such as Wilmott Dixon, BAM Construct UK Ltd (part of Royal BAM Group), and Chetwoods will also be there to support the activities, engage in discussions and provide you with expert knowledge.
This programme is for professionals in the built environment with an background or interest in systematic low carbon projects. This can include building design, construction, city planning, building energy systems, consultancy, NGOs, housing associations, estates managers, procurement officers, academics, and council officials.
The course gives you an opportunity to:
Learn what needs to be considered early in building design in order to enhance energy performance
Learn how to integrate BIM modelling and energy analysis data and how to collaborate on this
Become part of an ever-growing network of professionals and researchers within the Climate-KIC community
Gain training that is suitable for meeting Continuous Professional Training (CPD) requirements
EUR 800: The full course fee for the 2-day course is €800 and covers:
• All programme activities
• Refreshments and lunch
• Group dinner
You will need to cover your own travel costs to/from the location, as well as accommodation. Discounts can apply if you participate as a representative from an NGO, public authority or Start-up. Please contact the local project manager Ben Onyido to make sure to benefit from a 50 per cent fee reduction if you fall into one of the afore mentioned categories.