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CIC Webinar on BIM Certification and Accreditation Schemes-Latest Updates, Guides on Preparation and FAQ

About this event

In 2019, Construction Industry Council (CIC) launched the CIC BIM Certification and Accreditation Schemes (the Schemes) to ascertain the competency of BIM practitioners and the quality of local BIM training programmes. The Certification of BIM Managers (CCBM) and Certification of BIM Coordinators (CCBC) under the Schemes have been opened for application since 28 January 2019 and 31 March 2020 respectively. The Accreditation Schemes for BIM training courses are targeted at course providers who are offering or are going to offer BIM Manager and BIM Coordinator courses.

The current Schemes were expanded to include the Adept Route to CCBM and to CCBC on 1 January and 1 September 2022 respectively. It facilitates practitioners, who do not have the academic qualifications as required under the Normal Routes, to obtain CCBM or CCBC status.

This webinar aims to raise your understanding on the Schemes for BIM Managers and Coordinators, including:

  • Why do you need the certification?
  • BIM Career Path
  • Latest updates of the Schemes
  1. Adept Route to CCBM
  2. Mandatory CPD Hours for Online Learning of the CIC Beginner’s Guide on Construction Digitalisation – Adoption of Common Data Environment (CDE) for Information Management using BIM
  • How to prepare for certification as CCBM or CCBC?

You are cordially invited to attend the webinar to prepare for the application of the Schemes.

Language: Powerpoint in English and Presentation in Cantonese

An electronic copy of CPD attendance certificate will be issued to participants with over 80% attendance within one month after the live webinar. Any attendance on replay sessions after webinar will not be considered for CPD attendance certificate.

Should you have any queries, please contact Ms. FUNG (email:; tel: 2100 9069).

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Sr. Sunny Choi Manager-BIM @ Construction Industry Council