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Springboard funded BSc (Honours) in BIM (Digital Construction)



Springboard funded BSc (Honours) in BIM (Digital Construction) is a course run by Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), Dublin. It is a Blended Learning - Mix of Classroom & Online course with a duration of One year. Springboard funded BSc (Honours) in BIM (Digital Construction) gives a Course Qualification of Honours Bachelor Degree, awarded by TU Dublin. For more information about Springboard funded BSc (Honours) in BIM (Digital Construction) at Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), please review the details below.

The BSc (Hons) in BIM (Digital Construction) is a one-year part-time re-skilling programme which addresses a significant market deficit for construction professionals by providing them with the ability to use BIM technologies in discipline-specific modelling and multidisciplinary coordination contexts. It is intended for graduates of level 7 courses in built environment disciplines and aims to upskill or facilitate a return to employment for individuals who are not yet experienced in the new construction paradigm of co-ordinated BIM. It also enables technicians in a variety of Construction areas to adapt to new skill requirements and to change career direction to take advantage of new opportunities.

The course is set at Level 8 in the National Framework of Qualifications and provides graduates of building and infrastructure design and construction-related programmes with a safe, educational setting in which to develop an ability to use BIM technologies for design, construction and coordination.

There is a strong focus on improving the productivity of the construction sector through better multidisciplinary co-ordination, through digital transformation, and through the application of Lean principles including fully utilising people’s talents, skills & knowledge, and reducing waste from defects, overproduction, transportation, motion, over-processing, and unnecessary waiting times. Students undertake a significant amount of learning with discipline-specific colleagues before moving into a multidisciplinary environment to engage in model co-ordination between professionals. This course leads to employment with specialist contractors, general contractors, professional practices, and consultants from multiple disciplines.

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Training ProviderTechnological University Dublin (TU Dublin)
Course LocationDublin
Location PostcodeDublin 7
Course TypeBlended Learning - Mix of Classroom & Online
Course QualificationHonours Bachelor Degree
Awarding BodyTU Dublin
Awarding Body DetailsBSc (Honours)
Course Start Date26/01/2024
Course End Date09/01/2025
Course DurationOne year
Course TimeFriday afternoons plus 1-2 evenings per week depending on the stream selected; streams are based on discipline groupings
Course FeeSpringboard funded.
Entry RequirementsLevel 7 qualification or equivalent in a relevant discipline Level 6 craft apprenticeship qualification or equivalent in a relevant discipline plus 5 years of relevant experience
Phone+353 1220 6661 
Course CodeTU174
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