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Autodesk Revit 2014 Essentials

 

 

Who Should Attend

Engineers, designers, drafters and professionals with interested to learn Autodesk Revit Architecture program.

Prerequisites

Highly recommended with working knowledge of AutoCAD 2008 or higher version program.

COURSE includes

Instructor led training and required course materials.

Course Description

Users are introduced to the concepts of Building Information Modeling and the tools for parametric building design and documentation. Users begin with learning the fundamental features of Autodesk Revit Architecture, and then progress through schematic design, construction documentation, and design visualization.

Key Topics    
 

Building Information Modeling

Building Information Modeling for Architectural Design

Revit Architecture Basics

Exploring the User Interface

Working with Revit Elements and Families

Starting a Project

Starting a Design

Creating and Modifying Levels

Creating and Modifying Grids

The Basics of the Building Model

Creating a Basic Floor Plan

Adding and Modifying Walls

Working with Compound Walls

Using Editing Tools

Adding and Modifying Doors

Adding and Modifying Windows

Loading Additional Building Components

Working with Component Families

Viewing the Building Model

Managing Views

Controlling Object Visibility

Working with Section and Elevation Views

Creating and Modifying 3D Views

Using Dimensions and Constraints

Working with Dimensions

Applying and Removing Constraints

Developing the Building Model

Creating and Modifying Floors

Working with Ceilings

Adding and Modifying Roofs

Creating Curtain Walls

Adding Stairs and Railings

Detailing and Drafting

Creating Callout Views

Working with Detail Views

Working with Drafting Views

Construction Documentation

Creating and Modifying Schedules

Creating Rooms and Room Schedules

Creating Legends and Keynotes

Presenting the Building Model

Working with Drawing Sheets

Working with Titleblocks

Managing Revisions

Creating Renderings

Using Walkthroughs

Using Sun and Shadow Settings

This course is also available as ONLINE
e-learning course

If your schedule is not allowing you to take the instructor-led classes, then register for the ONLINE e-learning course.

CLICK HERE for additional information.

Length of Training

3 Days (24 hours)

Tutition

$845.00 (Includes instructor led hands-on training, access to online e-learning course and training materials)

( $795.00 if registered ONE week before the scheduled class date).

 

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Last updated or reviewed on 8/15/12

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