Description

Course level: 1

This is the first course of three in this group and will focus on the fundamentals of Autodesk Revit 2020.

Autodesk Revit is one of the most popular AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction) modelling software packages in the world and known as the leading international Building Information Modelling compliant modelling standard (where software is concerned, acknowledging that BIM is not limited to software).

Learn to model using Revit through this course and create, navigate and integrate model data to produce BIM models.

This course is designed for Learners with limited- / no prior experience with Revit.

Certification sample:

Sample Revit certificate

Objectives
Topics
  1. Introduction
  2. Navigate the UI
  3. Model Setup
  4. Loadable Families and System Families
  5. Create Basic Model Elements
  6. Annotate the Project
  7. Link Additional Models
  8. Create Views and Sheets
  9. Publish Drawings and Models
Methodology

9 Modules are presented through interactive video presentation and practical demonstration.

Each module is followed by a short comprehension test which requires a minimum pass rate of 100%.

Users can complete a minimum of one module at a time / per session; or all of them consecutively if desired.

An assignment at the end of the Learning Path is required to be completed and submitted for review by the Course Coach (75% minimum pass rate required). This is followed by a short course survey and finally, official certification.

Approximately 24 hours required (total sum of course learning modules, tests and asessment) to complete this course.

Course material

Course materials will be made available from within the training modules.

Resources

Autodesk Revit 2020 is required to complete this course.

Free educational versions can be downloaded from the Autodesk website:

https://www.autodesk.com/education/free-software/revit

Fully functional Free trial versions can be downloaded here:

https://www.autodesk.com/free-trials

Assessment

Each module is followed by a short comprehension test (up to 5 questions max).

Learners are required to complete a final practical assessment at the end, after completing the Learning Path modules. The minimum pass rate for all tests and assessments is 75%.