Revit is a building information modeling (BIM) application that has quickly emerged as the forerunner in the design industry. Revit is as much a change in workflow (if you come from a 2D or CAD environment) as it is a change in software. In this course, we’ll focus on using real-world workflows and examples to guide you through learning Revit. This Autodesk Revit course is organized to provide you with the knowledge needed to gain experience in many different facets of the software.

Who Should Take this Course
This course is designed for architects, designers, students, and anyone else who needs their first exposure to Revit or has had an initial introduction and wants a refresher on the program’s core features and functionality. We’ve designed the course to follow real project workflows and processes to help make the tools easy to follow, and the topics are full of handy tips to make Revit easy to leverage. This course can also be used to help prepare for Autodesk’s Certifi ed User and Certifi ed Professional exams.

What You Will Learn
This course is designed to help you grasp Revit using real-world examples and techniques you’ll use in everyday design and documentation.We’ll explain the Revit interface and help you find the tools you need as well as help you understand how the application is structured. From there we’ll show you how to create and modify the primary components in a building design. We’ll show you how to take a preliminary model and add layers of intelligence to help analyze and augment your designs. We’ll demonstrate how to create robust and accurate documentation and then guide you through the construction process.

Course Duration

Course Duration is 50 Hours

Course Contents

  • Introducing the Revit Architecture Interface
  • Walls and Curtain Walls
  • Floors, Roofs, and Ceilings
  • Stairs, Ramps, and Railings
  • Adding Families
  • Modifying Families
  • Schematic Design
  • Rooms and Color-Fill Plans
  • Materials, Rendering, and Visualization
  • Worksharing
  • Details and Annotations
  • Creating Drawing Sets
  • Workflow and Site Modeling
  • Repeating Objects, Best Practices, and Quick Tips



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