Fagskolen i Oslo Norway
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Vocational School Oslo
Fagskolen i OsloNorwayBIM education
Presented by: Magnus Edvardsen and Lars DagalidInfo about the SchoolThe school was established in 1876, and are located in the centre of Oslo.Number of students: approx. 500 (2011-2012).Close cooperation with the industry.
StudentsMust have a vocational certificate.Have work experience from the building industry.Have a wish for a further education.Age 21-50 year .
Short history of the BIM educationThe education was started up in 2008.The first class was for students with backgrounds in building trades.In 2010 we started up a second class for people with background in HVAC and electrical trades.The BIM education has become very popular, last year we had 110 applicants for the 40 available places.
Two ClassesOur school offers two training programs in BIM, each class consists of twenty students:BIM-class construction for students with backgrounds in building trades.BIM-class installation for students with a background in HVAC-subjects, or electrical-subjects.
Two ClassesThe classes work closely together throughout the school year. Exchange of IFC files and coordination between disciplines are important parts of the education.
Education, training and classroomsOpen spaceLessons on video projectorTwo canvases in each classroomSometheory, mostinstructionWorkshopsProjects
Cooperation with industry, media and former students!Former StudentsIndustryMedia
Revit MEPDDS-CADMagiCAD for RevitMagiCAD for AutoCADSolibri NavisworksPhotoshopArtlantis
Production of books/manualsWe make our own books/manuals.IKEA/Lego manuals, a lot of pictures and step by step explanations.
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Network and forumStudents have formed a network called BIMfag, the network has monthly meetings where people can meet and share experiences and make contacts. The network keeps former students in touch and professionally updated.
www.bimfag.noThank you for your attention!www.bimfag.no/forumwww.fagskolen.oslo.no