The Certificate in BIM and Lean Construction Management has been developed directly to meet the construction industry needs to deliver projects using BIM and Lean Construction methods. This 25 credit certificate program (Minor Award) will provide the participants with an appreciation, knowledge, tools and techniques for effective Project Management incorporating BIM and Lean Construction principles. This course will be delivered fully online part time, normally over 1 academic year.
This course provides the participants with a full overview and understanding of the processes that are required to develop and implement BIM and Lean Construction Management in a project environment. The course aims to provide the participant with the training, skills and practical experience to plan and deliver projects with BIM and Lean management principles. The participant will evolve a strong BIM and Lean Construction project management background from all stages of a project. It will foster the participant’s intellectual development, and ability to communicate effectively through various media. As the construction industry continues to adopt these approaches, this course is ideal for recently qualified graduates within the construction industry and experienced employees looking to up skill to meet the coming challenges. The course will provide excellent opportunities for career progression.
The Certificate in BIM and Lean Construction Management is a 25 credit program offered via online distance learning through live lectures (which are also recorded for revision etc) over a period of one year on a part-time basis. The program consists of five subject modules. The student can complete the course of 25 credits at their own pace over a number of years subject to availability of modules. Online lectures, programme materials, innovative learning, web-links and assessments will be uploaded to a Moodle course management system. Examinations can also be undertaken online, with no requirement to visit the campus.
Source: Institute of Technology Sligo