The UK Learning Outcomes Framework is a free resource to support the development of training content for BIM aligned with current standards. Based upon the BIM Academic Forum’s ‘Learning Outcomes Framework’ (2012), this completely refreshed schedule, updated for the BS EN ISO 19650 series, is the result of collaboration between academics, UK construction industry education professionals and the UK BIM Framework member organisations, the British Standards Institute (BSI), the Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB), and the UK BIM Alliance (UKBIMA).

The learning outcomes resource includes:

➢ Why information management using BIM is required, and its strategic context in the UK 

➢ The implications and value of information management using BIM for organisations 

➢ How information requirements are identified and communicated 

➢ How information is shared between organisations 

➢ Understanding the legal and security implications of the UK BIM Framework and its interfaces with other important processes such as health and safety management.

UK BIM Framework Learning Outcomes is aligned with buildingSMART UK Chapter’s Professional Certification (PCERT)1.

Provides an international framework for the creation of a information Schema for the Railway infrastructure domain

This guidance was issued in July 2019 by the UK BIM Alliance, BSI and CDDB as a complement to?Information Management according to BS EN ISO 19650 – Guidance Part 1: Concepts, published in April 2019.
It aims to help UK businesses and public clients understand the processes indicated in ISO 19650, with a focus on the different parties and their team activities referred in the standard: the Appointing Party, Lead Appointed Party and Appointed Party; the Project Team, Delivery Team and Task Team.?
The guidance explains the role of each party by summarising their activities and outputs at each stage of the construction project, for instance how to coordinate information requirements, delivery milestones and information standards. It covers how to establish the information protocol, the management of the common data environment, how the information should be shared, reviewed and eventually archived alongside the lessons learned to help with future projects.??
It details how each party fits into a team and across teams, which documents need compiling, which resources need sourcing and/or mobilising, how information models are assessed for compliance and which party is in charge of, say, establishing the delivery team’s capability and capacity.
A summary provides an overview of the Information Management Process, divided in stages, from Assessment and Need through Tender, Appointment, Mobilization, Collaborative Production of information and Information Model Delivery to Project Close-out.

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The UK’s built environment* sector is on a journey towards a smarter, more efficient and sustainable future – a vital stage of which is adoption of the UK BIM Framework and its guidance.  

BSI, CDBB & the UK BIM Alliance have created, and continue to develop and maintain the UK BIM Framework and associated tools and standards – enabling organisations, regardless of size or existing digital maturity, to future-proof their businesses. 

As a partnership we are committed to making the benefits of better information management appropriate for all UK organisations. Our goal is to bring everyone along on this journey and we encourage you to adopt the Framework and its guidance.

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*built environment: a collection of man-made or induced physical objects located in a particular area or region. 

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The UK BIM Alliance (UKBIMA) was launched in 2016 as a cross-industry alliance reaching the whole built environment to advocate the adoption of BIM in the UK and wider digital transformation.    

UKBIMA’s aim is to ensure that BIM becomes business as usual whilst at the same time transforming and future proofing the way the industry works. Its objectives include the provision of trusted, independent leadership, the mobilisation of communities, support for practical implementation within businesses of all sizes and development of a common understanding and approach.    

Its activities include collaborative projects to foster digital transformation, and resources and events to inform, inspire and guide all communities of practitioners.   

Alongside BSI and CDBB, UKBIMA is a partner delivering the UK BIM Framework, which offers resources and guidance to implement BIM across the UK’s built environment*.

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*built environment: a collection of man-made or induced physical objects located in a particular area or region. 

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