Resources and guidance are provided here to help BIM Education Program instructors and understand the instructor approval process and their responsibilities in delivering training.
- All instructors must be approved by AGC of America to facilitate each BIM EP unit separately prior to delivering that unit. Following approval instructors will receive a letter acknowledging their approval, have their name placed on the instructor roster that is distributed to AGC Chapters and other training institutions and be invited to the BIM EP Instructor’s LinkedIn group.
- Each requirements form must be submitted with a copy of your most recent biographical sketch and curriculum vitae to AGC of America at email@example.com for approval.
- View the recordings of the Instructor Orientation Webinars. Viewing these recordings is required to be approved to facilitate the courses
- Following the course, the original, hard copy Participant’s Registration Forms for each participant (found in the back of the Participant’s Manuals) must be signed by the instructor and mailed to AGC of America for participant’s course completion to be entered into the AGC Nationwide Curriculum Database.
Course administrators/instructors should also email, in Microsoft Excel format to firstname.lastname@example.org following the completion of the course. This roster will be used, in addition to the Participant Registration and Evaluation forms, to verify contact and completion information.
- Each class must be facilitated using AGC’s course materials, including each participant having their own Participant’s Manual, the course materials being presented in their original format, and each course being held to their intended duration.
- At the end of the course participants are directed to fill out the online course evaluation found here.
- AGC wants your feedback to improve this course and the manuals used to present it. You are asked to make comments about your experience in this course through the online evaluation found at www.agc.org/BIM/Instructor_Evaluation. Your comments will help AGC make this course more effective in the future.