In just five days, we will immerse you in a dynamic, enjoyable, learning experience to help you achieve new professional BIM competencies with Autodesk Revit software. Choose the full 5 day programme, or take any combination of days that suit your schedule and learning style. Professional trainers, comfortable convenient facilities and a guarantee that you will not be disappointed.
Autodesk Revit Architecture Essentials
This course will introduce you to parametric architectural modelling using Autodesk's Revit software. You will learn to use intelligent building components, views, and annotations for creating architectural designs.
After completing this course you will understand Revit's interface and terminology, set up and begin a project, create a model using architectural components, create and modify roofs, stairs and railings, dynamic drawing schedules, detail your model using call out and drafting views and understand Revit project collaboration.
Autodesk Revit Architecture Stage 2 Concept Design
Building on a basic understanding of Revit, this 2-day course is your opportunity to develop your skills for real-world project work. This course reflects the early-stage workflow on a Revit project, from site design to massing studies through to area analysis and solar studies.
After completing this course you will be able to use Revit to develop a project from scratch and understand the BIM workflow, from site design to massing studies, curtain walling, advanced viewing techniques, space planning, area analysis, solar studies, energy analysis and phasing.
Autodesk Revit Collaboration
Your strategy for how you collaborate on a Revit project will be critical to its success. This 1-day course, suitable for all Revit users, is your chance to develop the skills you will need to keep your project on track, including linking models, import and export options, worksets, worksharing, and collaboration best practices.
After completing this course you will be able to link a Revit model into another Revit model, coordinate information between linked models, work with files created in other CAD programs, subdivide a Revit project into logical components, synchronise a local and central file, and use specific methods to improve the way you collaborate on a project.