Join Brian Myers for an in-depth discussion in this video Industry degrees, part of BIM Management: Careers.
- [Instructor] Getting a degree in your industry,…such as architecture or engineering,…or civil engineering,…or a wide variety of other degrees…is actually one of the best ways to get…in the BIM management.…Now, those industry degrees often…are industry focused.…Meaning that you'll get a good solid…background in that industry that you want…to perform BIM management in.…Also, you'll learn the software that most people…are required to know when they…first enter the field,…when you go through that degree program.…
But more importantly than all of that,…it's that when you get an industry degree…you'll begin to be exposed to the various…processes related to that industry.…And process is one of the most important…things about BIM and BIM management.…Understanding who does what on a project.…What processes take place in order…to do that architecture or that engineering.…All that information needs to be then entered…into the system, and then leveraged…to be doing BIM appropriately.…
If you don't understand which information…
- Where do BIM managers come from?
- Certificate programs and industry degrees
- Coming from a nontraditional educational background
- Establishing a career plan
- Organizational roles, including CAD, BIM, and VDC manager positions
- Understanding where you fit in an organization
- Leveraging resources and support systems
- Resume tips
- Cultivating your online presence
Skill Level Beginner
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3. Organizational Roles
4. Office Environment
5. Required Skills
6. Resources and Support Systems
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