Professional BIM Coordinator (CCBC) Training Course


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(CITF Code: PBT23-015) Code : GT1001S Hours : 48 hours Duration : 8 hours x 6 sessions Outcomes : 1. Understanding on BIM concept definitions, scope & BIM standards and guidelines in Hong Kong and Global contexts 2. BIM software Operation and understanding on modelling processes, describe current & relevant technologies. 3. Perform major BIM Uses, BIM Projects coordination & multidisciplinary collaboration for execution of BIM projects 4. Execute and administer the operation of a common data environment. 5. Data quality control system for effective use and sharing of digital information in BIM project Admission Requirement : 1. Holder of a recognised diploma or above qualification in architecture, engineering, surveying, building or construction, offered by a post-secondary institution, or equivalent; and 2. Have at least two years’ experience in relevant fields of project coordination in construction industry; and 3. Completion of at least one BIM software/platform training course at operation level as recognised by CIC, OR possession of any certification of BIM software at operation level issued by respective software developers.



Chapter 1 – Introduction to BIM

BIM Concept 

  1. BIM Definitions & Terminology 
  2. The difference between 2D CAD, 3D CAD and BIM
  3. Concept of BIM as whole project perspective
  4. Value and benefits of adopting BIM
  5. Value of BIM for AM & FM
  6. Collaborative working in BIM
  7. Limitation of BIM
  8. Challenges within existing working practices & how BIM addresses them
  9. How BIM affects the current practice in AECO industry


Local & Global contexts of BIM standards and guidelines

  1. Local BIM standards & resources. (CIC & Government)
  2. Global context in BIM development
  3. Global BIM standards & resources (ISO19650, LOIN, OpenBIM)


Chapter 2 – BIM Software and Technologies

BIM Software, Platform and Technologies

  1. Overview of common BIM software
  2. Characteristics, file formats, strength, and limitations of common BIM software and platform.
  3. General hardware and software requirements for common BIM software



  1. Internet & Cloud.
  2. Laser scanning & photogrammetry.
  3. Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) / Drone
  4. GIS
  5. Internet of Things (IoT), mobile or smart devices 
  6. VR/AR/MR.
  7. RFID.
  8. VDC.
  9. Robotics.
  10. Programming, automation and API.
  11. MiC, DfMA and MiMEP.
  12. Indoor positioning.
  13. Upcoming trend of technology


Chapter 3 - Administration of the BIM projects (Part 1)

BIM Uses and Processes


  1. General understanding of the workflows in local construction projects
  2. BIM strategies, BIM uses, BIM processes.
  3. Key personnel in relation to BIM and their roles and responsibilities.
  4. BIM related documents such as Exchange Information Requirements (EIRs), Asset Information Requirements (AIRs), BIM Execution Plan (BEP) throughout the full project life-cycle.
  5. Applications of various technologies to achieve BIM uses.


Administration of the BIM projects as a project BIM coordinator

  1. Project implementation in line with BEP
  2. Set up, create and publishing of BIM model following BIM related documents such as BEP or BIM standards.
  3. Establish and maintain the data structure throughout the BIM processes.
  4. Administration and maintenance of BIM models in BIM project.
  • Monitor overall BIM models work progress.
  • Coordination of BIM models with internal and/or other disciplines.
  • Maintain BIM models appropriately and compile with BIM documents & standards.


Chapter 4 - Administration of the BIM projects (Part 2)

Execution of BIM Uses for single- and multi-disciplinary coordination

  1. Spatial Coordination and 3D Construction Coordination
  2. Phase Planning (4D Modelling).
  3. Design review.
  4. Drawing Production directly from BIM platform.

Assist in BIM related meetings

  1. Meeting with appointing Party
  2. Meeting with Lead Appointed Party and/or Appointed Parties
  3. Internal meeting
  4. Multidiscipline collaboration meeting
  5. Site co-ordination meeting


Chapter 5 – BIM Quality Control (Part 1)

Digital Information Management

  1. Value of data & how it should be managed
  2. Common data formats and open formats for BIM
  3. Data exchange of relevant BIM software for single/multiple discipline(s) collaboration
  4. Limitation of BIM software in relation to information management 
  5. Maintain proper Level of Development (graphics and information) of the dataset
  6. Establish and maintain data structures or links within the BIM software/platform protocol
  7. Maintain accurate data set such as templates, standards, libraries, project files, drawings, design specifications and project schedules


Common Data Environment (CDE)

  1. CDE solution and workflow
  2. Overview of CDE solutions in the market 
  3. Administration and maintenance of CDE, including relevant project information standards and project information management methods and procedures.
  4. Limitation of CDE.


Chapter 6 – BIM Quality Control (Part 2)

Data Quality Control & Assurance

  1. System checking.
  2. Model audit.
  3. Model checking including Clash avoidance strategies and Clash detection resolution methodologies
  4. Audit reporting.



Assessment : 

Attend at least 36 hours (90%) of the course

Assignment 1 – 10%
Assignment 2 – 10%
Assignment 3 – 10%
Exam – 70%