OpenPlant Designer Training Course

This course is useful for BIM modelers, coordinators, managers and drafters to understand the basics of this software and to deliver integrated designs with modeled pipes, equipment, supports, instrumentation, HVAC and other MEP related items. OpenPlant Designer Training Course enables 3D design of Piping, HVAC and electrical equipment, including the setting up of models, routing pipes/cable trays to modelling of custom equipment.

Skillsfuture Course Code: N.A.

1 Day

duration

All

Skill Level

$500

Course fee

BIM PCP

grants available

course overview

This course is suitable for students who wish to develop competent skills in 3D modelling of a water treatment/power plant or for any Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing (MEP) specific related discipline. This includes setting up of models, routing pipes/cable trays to modelling of custom equipment. This course is useful for BIM modelers, coordinators, managers and drafters to understand the basics of this software and to deliver integrated designs with modeled pipes, equipment, supports, instrumentation, HVAC and other MEP related items.

Course curriculum

  1. Course Introduction
  2. Project Setup
  3. Modelling Pipes
  4. Modelling Cable Trays
  5. Modelling Equipment
  6. Modelling Supports & Structural Components
  7. Information Extraction
  8. Documentation
  9. Other Topics & Tips

Funding options

There are separate funding schemes that are applicable to both individuals and corporate representatives.

SSG Funding

Skillsfuture funding subsidies up to 80% of course fees for Singaporeans and Permanents Residents.

BIM PCP

Businesses receive up to 80% course fee subsidies when deploying employees for training in addition to $15 per hour of salary support.

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