Campus powered by BIM.Technologies

Campus, a new initiative from BIM.Technologies is a FREE 12 week BIM training course based in Newcastle, UK for 19-24 year olds.


  • Have you recently finished your university degree or not in education, employment or training?
  • Interested in developing your skills in the architecture, engineering and construction industry?
  • Wanting to increase your employment prospects?

If you answer yes to all or any of the above, then BIM.Technologies Campus may be just what you are looking for. A Free 12 week training course where you will learn new software and workflows to help you progress your career.

Lead trainer Peter Morton, a BIM expert with vast experience teaching and training will guide you through an intense 12 week course in our new purpose made BIM training suite located in Newcastle, UK.

If you are interested, get in touch with – The first course starts on 5th August until the 25th October. Sign up early to avoid disappointment. This is a fantastic and unique opportunity for anyone who fulfills the requirements of the course.

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About Ben Malone

Information Manager for BIM.Technologies in London

3 responses to “Campus powered by BIM.Technologies”

  1. Computer,Technology,Facebook,HTML,CSS says :

    It’s the best system to improve the country by technology.Thanks a lot to BIM.

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