Let’s Talk BIM

Why Online Learning Continues to be a Competitive Advantage in 2021
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Thursday, June 10th 2021 @ 11am MST (1pm EST)

You’re invited to join us and our panel of BIM Experts and GeT Course Authors, Russ Nicloy, Wes Clark, Megan Johnson, Andrew Fisher and Scott Chatterton to discuss how online learning continues to be a competitive advantage in the modern AEC industry.

Our panelists will also be answering pre-submitted audience questions pertaining to both the competitive advantages and challenges of BIM training.

Hosted By:

William Myers

William Myers is Director of Operations with Global eTraining (GeT). He is an Autodesk Certified Instructor (Gold Status) for AutoCAD, Revit Architecture and Inventor, holding multiple years’ worth of Autodesk Professional Certifications for all three platforms. 

Will has spoken about BIM at Autodesk University, as well as various Canadian BIM events, and is a published author, having contributed to AUGI World’s “Training & Education” issue in 2012 and 2016.

Our Panelists:

Scott Chatterton

Scott Chatterton is a senior BIM Certified Professional, but also a teacher at heart, who enjoys helping others succeed. Cumulating over 20 years of industry experience, Mr. Chatterton has implemented digital practice workflows, processes, and applications to national and international projects, ranging from large healthcare facilities and multi-unit residential housing to multi-discipline infrastructure projects. Proficient with various delivery methods, including Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and Integrated Design Process (IDP), he understands the crucial role BIM plays in the success of projects.

Scott often adopts a player/coach role, providing hands-on engagement, guidance, and leadership to managers and specialists. His capacity to broadly reach diverse profiles improves collaboration and efficiency recommended for today’s BIM projects. Resourceful and experienced as a technologist, BIM Manager and Digital Practice Leader, he is a mentor of choice who successfully implements cost-effective strategies. As an experienced instructor and a frequent industry guest speaker, Scott easily connects with the audience and communicates clearly.

Currently, on the Board of Directors of CanBIM, Scott’s leadership helps lay the path for the growth of BIM in Canada. His expertise in change management and his background in facilitating international connections are key assets to support the technological transition of the industry nationwide, but also to realize new ways of utilizing BIM.

Russ Nicloy

Russ Nicloy has been in the civil/infrastructure industry for over 26 years. As a consultant, he has worked with municipalities, utilities, site designers, environmental engineering firms, and the Wisconsin DOT on transportation projects, helping firms implement and train their staff for specific use of their software.​

Through his company, MACER Technologies, Russ provides drafting services to the civil/infrastructure industry, in the Autodesk Infrastructure Collection of products.

Megan Johnson

Megan Johnson is the Director of Technology for Nycom, Inc. –  a subcontractor providing laboratory and interior construction since 1983. At Nycom she is leading a diverse team of professionals in the use of BIM technologies to bring efficiencies to the design and construction process. Through the collective expertise at Nycom, data-centric construction models are being developed that can be tapped by multiple platforms including a variety of Revit Add-ins. Prior to Nycom, Megan was the Director of BIM at an international architectural firm as well as a practicing architect and trainer. She has trained thousands of individuals to use Revit in a BIM-Savvy manner over the past 20 years. She has spoken internationally and has been published several times in publications like the Journal of the National Institute of Building Sciences.

Andrew Fisher

Andrew Fisher, AIA, LEED AP O+M, is a BIM Manager for The Austin Company. Andrew provides internal training, support, and leadership for a multi-disciplinary team of BIM practitioners who work on a variety of technically complex projects. He has a breadth of knowledge across a variety of AEC industry applications, a result of a ‘growth’ mindset and an insatiable desire to learn and teach. Andrew has been a Licensed Architect since 2015 and a LEED Accredited professional since 2006.

Wes Clark

Wes Clark started with owning and managing a Design/Build Construction Company of 20 years, including geothermal heat pumps, loop, and duct design, and later took on MiTek and Istruct for engineered floors, panels, and roof designs.

Wes was originally introduced to BIM software in 2002 at a trade show and soon moved on to training in Revit Software in 2012. This experience resulted in Wes eventually facilitating training labs and classrooms inclusive of curriculum design, while also continuing as a contract designer between classes. As part of this five-year position, Wes designed a 14-week BIM course featuring a project-oriented feasibility study, BIM execution overview, full architecture, structure, and complete MEP cycle to virtual construction for facility handoff. Wes’s courses also included AutoCAD, Revit, Navisworks, and Tekla Connect for a complete overview of the BIM process from conception to facility handoff for stakeholders.


  • The advantages of online, on-demand BIM training
  • Why BIM Training is essential for effective project execution
  • The most effective ways to provide project-specific training and onboarding to the supply chain
  • How to flip your training from an expense with project downtime to a productivity tool that can be billed and recouped as a project cost

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