We’ve done all the hard work for you and group the activities within the information management process into courses.
The Information Management Fundamentals curriculum provides ground level entry for those new to information management and building information modelling, plus the information management processes during the delivery and operational phase of assets as defined within the ISO 19650 series.
The Identifying the Need curriculum introduces learners to the industry standards and best practice for defining and communicating the requirements for information at each stage of the asset lifecycle.
The Building the Team curriculum introduces learners to the necessary pre-production activities, including procurement, planning and mobilization, which ensure that teams know what, when and how information is to be produced during the appointment and that they have the capability and capacity to do so.
The Producing the Information curriculum introduces learners to the collaborative approach to production of information within a shared repository known as a common data environment, focusing on the creation, sharing and publishing of information.
The Regional curriculum provides learners with regionalized content relating to the different initiatives and digital transformations across a variety of regions. Courses within this curriculum are designed by people with the relevant knowledge and experience of the relevant region.
To support the ISO 19650 syllabus you also have access to a range of eKnowledge collections. Each one provides you with bite-sized learning relating to a variety of topics associated to the management and production of information.
Each topic is written by leading authorities from around the world, so you will learn from people with the right knowledge and experience.
We continually add more and more topics to each collection and encourage learners to suggest which topics they would to learn about.