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Hello everybody,

I am setting up my BIM building modeler training project and I would like a little help.

1- Could you give me some advice to ensure during my training? Maths and construction revisions

2- Do you have some plans to share with me? At all stages, at all levels that I can practice?

3- Could you recommend companies that I can visit, exchange face to face? Why not do an immersion or an apprenticeship recruitment? In Gironde

4- Could you complete my survey that I know, if my project and the training I have chosen are relevant?

Thank you for giving me your time and looking forward to speaking with you.
  
Does the company you work for recruit? What software are you working on? Do you know and do you find the TP BIM Building Modeler relevant?
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Hello Hélène Ferreira Baeta,

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Considering solutions from a single vendor goes against the very foundations of BIM: collaboration in the broad sense. Take a look at the openBIM capacities and flexibility of the various tools on the market. For my part, I studied with Vectoworks, started my professional career with Autocad then Revit & Autocad and for 9 years I have been using and training at Archicad. Depending on your needs, these tools (and many others) can specifically meet your expectations.
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Thank you Christophe Fortineau,

It is true that in the job offers there is a lot of Revit and Autocad, but to learn and be complete your comment is all I expected :D

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Hello,

I agree with Christophe but it is true that many companies only ask for one modeling software and it is often REVIT.


Before answering your questions, you should know your career objective (do you want to work in a BET? An architecture firm? Etc.) and know your background


"1- Could you give me some advice to ensure during my training? Maths and construction revisions".
- Try to understand the logic of the software, I have a lot of modelers who are lost from one version of a software to another (it changes every year) and it can help you if you are asked for another software.

- Know that your training is only a base, do not hesitate to share with others, learn by watching others do, follow forums etc.

- I also advise you to have a construction base, at least to know what you are modeling. No one has the job of a pure modeler.



"2- Do you have some plans to share with me? At all stages, at all levels that I can practice?"
this site shares a lot and it depends on what you want to do next.

"3- Could you recommend companies that I can visit, exchange face to face? Why not do an immersion or an apprenticeship recruitment? In Gironde"
I'm not in Gironde sorry.
4- Could you complete my survey that I know, if my project and the training I have chosen are relevant?
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Hello,

I agree with Christophe but it is true that many companies only ask for one modeling software and it is often REVIT.


Completely true even if this is not always an advantage for the modeler or for interoperability within a group of MOEs in the sense that opting for the most common too often amounts to abandoning an open and standardized BIM approach. as defined since 1994. Project owners suffer from this and sometimes keep the feeling that BIM (therefore openBIM) is not yet reliable: which is a mistake.
Many people ask for software out of simplicity and in order not to have to think about it, I advise on the contrary to know why one chooses one tool rather than another and not to choose because it is the most important tool. current.
In terms of employment, it is not absurd to be qualified using a cutting-edge tool, even less common. Tekla and Allplan attest that they are and will remain essential.
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