Certifications
The GRAPHISOFT Certified BIM Manager Training Program provides professional BIM Manager skills, hightlighting the typical challenges and tasks involved with this role:

- BIM Implementation Methodology
- Successful BIM-based Worflow Operation
- Mindset
- Responsibilities
- Technical Skills

BIM Manager Definition:

The person responsible for setting model building guidelines and policy, supporting project teams and coordinating with other office experts (documentation, specifications, QA, etc.)  The BIM Manager is an expert in the  technology and works with the snior office managment on the office project IT systems and strategic direction.

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Building information modeling (BIM) is a data-led process that allows project teams to manage information from the design stage and throughout the construction life-cycle. The American Institute of Building Design recognizes an immediate need in the residential construction industry for high level specialists in BIM. Those who hold this badge have attended a specialized  training and have been assessed on their understanding of the course curriculum. Thus, earning a “BIM-R®” credential.
The AGC Certificate of Management-Building Information Modeling (CM-BIM) is an assessment-based certificate credential that denotes knowledge and understanding of concepts related to BIM adoption, practice and process transformation outlined in the AGC BIM Education Program. Successful candidates who pass the exam will carry the CM-BIM designation.
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The Construction Documents Technology (CDT) Program provides a comprehensive overview for anyone who writes, interprets, enforces, or manages construction documents. Project architects, contractors, contract administrators, material suppliers, and manufacturers' representatives are all realizing the advantages of being Construction Documents Technologists.

By being able to understand and interpret written construction documents, CDTs perform their jobs more effectively. By understanding the roles and relationships of all participants, CDTs improve communication among all members of the construction team.