This course is designed for experienced Revit Architecture users.
Delegates should have completed the Learning Revit Architecture course or have equivalent experience using Autodesk Revit Architecture. Architectural design, drafting or engineering experience is also highly recommended. It is recommended that delegates have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows XP or newer.
This course covers a wide range of advanced topics in Revit Architecture, continuing to build on the concepts introduced in the Revit Architecture for New Users course. Delegates will learn about site design, advanced rendering techniques, phasing and design options, creating families of custom components and collaborating on a design.
This course offers both imperial and metric hands-on exercises representing real-world design scenarios.
The primary objective of this course is to teach delegates the powerful tools and advanced techniques for creating complex designs and professional looking renderings, creating and customising objects and collaborating on designs with other team members using Revit Architecture.
Note: We normally train on the latest version.
During the course delegates will cover:
- Importing CAD Data
- Linking Projects / Cad Files
- True North/Project North
- Coordinates (Specifying/Acquiring/ Publishing)
- Site and Floor Plan Views
- Visibility Controls
- Rooms & colour schemes
- Introduction to Shared Parameters
- View Templates
- Filters including View Filters
- Drafting Views
- Advanced Scheduling
- Export tips (DWG, and other formats)
- Overview on Project Templates
- In-Place families
- Parametric family creation
- Material Creation/Customisation
- Custom sheet creation (Titleblocks)
- Overview of Worksharing, setup, saving options, tips and tricks
- Site Tools
- Design Options
- Clash detection
Revit Architecture Advanced Training Course pdf
The entire software portfolio is offered on a scheduled, private or customised basis at any of our dedicated training centres in seven locations across the UK.
Each of our training suites is laid out classroom style for a maximum of 6 delegates. This class size ensures that the pace of the course is not adversely affected, learning is maximised and there is enough individual time for everyone with the trainer. Each person will have their own PC with the appropriate course software installed and will be given a copy of any relevant course material.
Lunch and refreshments are provided throughout the course.
Training Centre locations:
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Very informative course and delivered excellently. It was a thorough overview of the Revit software and varied processes within it.
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