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Our Autodesk Revit Training

Revit Architecture Fundamentals

This comprehensive Revit training course covers the essential skills required to use Autodesk Revit to design and share information between BIM Project teams. You will learn how to draw and modify Architectural elements in 3D using the toolsets. We will also show you how to extract information and data from the Building Information Model to create schedules and basic take-offs.

Revit Training

Key Topics

  • Introducing Revit as BIM tool
  • UI Tour, Project Navigation and View Creation
  • Element Selection and Manipulation
  • Visibility Control and Categorisation
  • Model Development Methodology
  • Wall Creation and Manipulation
  • Floors, Roofs and Ceilings
  • Window, Door and Component Use
  • System Family Editing
  • Basic Schedules and Legends
  • Geometry Formation and In-Place Families
  • Massing Tools and the Building Maker
  • Stairs, Ramps and Railings
  • Basic Curtain Walls
  • Room Data and Colour-Fill
  • 2D Draughting and Annotation
  • Sheet Compilation and Publication
  • Basic Subdivision and Collaboration
  • Introduction to the Principles of Family Editing

Course Duration - 3 Days

Next Steps - BIM and Digital Construction Fundamentals

 

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Revit Structure Fundamentals

This comprehensive course covers the essential skills required to use Autodesk Revit, the leading Building Information Modelling (BIM) tool used to design, document, visualise, collaborate and simulate projects, between BIM Project Teams. You will learn how to draw and modify Structural Elements in 3D using the Autodesk Revit toolsets. We will show you how to extract information and data from the Building Information Model to create scheduled and basic take-offs.

Revit Training

Key Topics:

  • Introducing Revit as a BIM Tool
  • UI Tour, Project Navigation and View Creation
  • Element Selection and Manipulation
  • Visibility Control and Categorisation
  • Model Development Methodology
  • Establishing a Project
  • Modelling Walls, Columns, Beams and Bracing
  • Foundations and Piling
  • System Family Editing
  • Basic Schedules and Legends
  • Geometry Formation and In-Place Families
  • Slab and Roof Tools
  • Stairs, Ramps and Railings
  • Beam and Truss Systems
  • Construction Sequencing (Phasing)
  • 2D Draughting and Annotation
  • Sheet Compilation and Publication
  • Basic Subdivision and Collaboration
  • Introduction to the Principles of Family Editing

Course Duration - 3 Days

Next Step - BIM and Digital Construction Fundamentals

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Revit MEP Fundamentals

Autodesk Revit is the leading Building Information Modelling (BIM) tool used to design, document, visualise, collaborate and simulate projects, for Building Services Engineers. Revit's BIM capability is used to streamline the design and analysis process and improve collaboration among project teams. You'll learn how to draw and modify Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing elements in 3D using the toolsets. We will show you how to extract information from the Building Information Model to create schedules and basic take-offs. Sheet publication is covered in detail to ensure you can take your 3D models and use them to develop 2D published sheets or drawings.

Revit Training

Key Topics:

  • Introducing Revit as a BIM Tool
  • UI Tour, Project Navigation and View Creation
  • Element Selection and Manipulation
  • Visibility Control and Categorisation
  • Model Development Methodology
  • Establishing a Project
  • Introduction to Building Elements
  • Equipment, Fixtures and Fittings
  • Introducing Systems
  • Basic Schedules and Legends
  • Geometry Formation and In-Place Families
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Systems
  • Spaces, Zones, Areas and Volumes
  • 2D Draughting and Annotation
  • Sheet Compilation and Publication
  • Basic Subdivision and Collaboration
  • Introduction to the Principles of Family Editing

Course Duration - 3 Days

Next Step - BIM and Digital Construction Fundamentals

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Revit Family and Template Creation

This Revit course will teach you how to manage key components in a BIM process by establishing standard BIM templates for your projects. You will also be taught how to create and establish custom family elements to meet BIM Stage 2 standards. 

Revit Training

Key Topics:

  • Introduction and Principles of BIM
  • Introduction to Revit Families
  • Basic Principles of Revit Family Editing
  • Geometry Formation
  • Ten Rules of Family Creation
  • Creating your First Revit Family
  • Working with more Complex Families
  • Working with Hosted Families
  • Handling Level of Information
  • Parameters and Formulas
  • Creating your own BIM Ready Families
  • Model Organisation and CAD Standards
  • Creating a BIM Ready Revit Template

Course Duration - 2 Days

Next Step - BIM and Digital Construction Fundamentals

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Revit Collaboration Tools

Autodesk Revit is a Building Information Modelling tool used by multiple disciplines within the construction industry. Needless to say, that during a project many individual designers and organisations can be working on the design of the building, meaning that collaboration and coordination on the project is of the utmost importance.

Our Autodesk Revit Collaboration Tools course will enable delegates to increase their productivity whilst working with other individuals on a project, either within the same or different organisations. This is a multi disciplined course with practices for Architecture, MEP and Structural disciplines.

Key Topics:

  • Set up Project Phasing
  • Create and Display a Variety of Design Options
  • Use Groups
  • Link Autodesk Revit Files
  • Use Multi-discipline Coordination
  • Import and Export Vector and Raster Files
  • Understand, Use and Setup Worksets

Course Duration - 1 Day

Next Step - A Bespoke Course

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Revit Conceptual Design and Visualisation

At the start of a project, it is common to think about the area of the overall building footprint or the overall massing of a building. Autodesk Revit gives users access to powerful BIM Modelling tools, including tools for the creation and editing of mass elements that can be formed into multiple shapes. These masses can then be developed into building elements such as walls, roofs and floors to quick turn a conceptual shape into a developed 3D Model of the building.

Our Revit Conceptual Design and Visualisation course enables users who are used to using Autodesk Revit to design their buildings, to expand their knowledge in the toolsets used for Conceptual Design, including massing studies, space planning, visualisation and rendering.

Key Topics:

  • Create In-Place Conceptual Mass Elements
  • Create Building Elements from Massing Studies
  • Use Rooms/Areas for Space Planning and Analysis
  • Render Views that include Materials and Lighting
  • Create Perspectives, Sketches, Exploded Views and Solar Studies

Course Duration - 1 Day

Next Step - A Bespoke Course

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Revit Site and Structural Design

As well as designing buildings, architects often need to add site and structural information into their designs. Autodesk Revit comes with a vast array of site tools for creating topography and working with site plans, which is the main focus for this one day course.

You will be taught how to use the toolsets to create and modify topographic surfaces as well as work with structural elements.

Key Topics:

  • Create Topographic Surfaces
  • Add Property Lines and Building Pads
  • Modify Toposurfaces
  • Annotate Site Plans and Add Site Components
  • Work with Shared Coordinates
  • Create Structural Grids and Add Columns
  • Add Foundation Walls and Footings
  • Add Beams and Beam Systems
  • Create Framing Elevations and Add Braces

Course Duration - 1 Day

Next Step - A Bespoke Course

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Updated on 2019-07-18T11:47:25+01:00, by George roberts.