For new or existing users – take your skills to the next level. This BRD course teaches you the techniques you need to complete architectural projects in Revit 2016. Firstly we explain the environment, then how to set up a project and add the grids, levels and dimensions that will anchor your design. We will then go more into detail in modelling: adding walls, doors, and windows; creating and mirroring groups; linking to external assets and DWG files; working with floors, roofs, ceilings and more.
This course can be successfully completed by anyone with a standard level of ICT knowledge and skills.
1. The Revit Environment 2. Begin a Project 3. Modelling Basics 4. Groups, Links and Imports 5. Sketch-Based Modelling Components 6. Stairs 7. Creating Complex Walls 8. Visibility and Graphic Controls 9. Constructing Rooms 10. Schedules and Tags 11. Annotation and Details 12. The Basics of Families 13. Publishing 14. Summary
You will have the ability to*: – customise the user interface – rotate and align a Revit link – attach walls to roofs – display objects above and below in plan views – export to AutoCAD
*These are some examples of skills demonstrated. For a full list, take a look at our PDF download.