Those who still doubt the interest of BIM and collaborative learning in the acquisition of professional skills, would certainly have reconsidered their position following the exchange we had on October 19, 2017.

In fact, the GIP Besançon team presented the BIMGAME and COLLABIM projects to Jean-Michel SCHMITT, inspector general in STI, who found a large number of connections with the current innovative projects that he regularly meets.

These projects are in the framework of the ECVET (European Credit System for Vocational Education and Training), so that the skills acquired can be recognized in all European countries as explained Patrick Bet, ECVET expert.

The richness of the BIMGAME project also lies in the fact that in the long run, it can be adapted for any type of collaborative learning other than BIM and benefit  life long learning  as to initial learning.