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Unit for Continuing Education

Pre-requisites

No previous CAD experience is necessary. However, architectural design, drafting or engineering experience is highly recommended. It is recommended that the delegates have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 7/Vista or Microsoft Windows XP. In addition to the above knowledge the ESSENTIALS Course is a pre-requisite for enrolling on the INTERMEDIATE and ADVANCED courses.

Revit Essentials Course outline:

This course covers the basics of Revit Architecture, from schematic design through construction documentation. Delegates are introduced to the concepts of Building Information Modeling and the tools for parametric building design and documentation.

  • Introduction to Building Information
  • Modeling (BIM)
  • Introduction to Revit User Interface
  • Creating Levels & Grids
  • Walls
  • Inserting Components
  • 3D View & Navigation
  • View Properties
  • Dimensions
  • Editing
  • Creating Sections
  • Sheets
  • Creating Foundations
  • Edit Elevation Profiles
  • Roof
  • View Range
  • Work Planes Principles
  • Model Text
  • Columns
  • Host sweeps
  • Ceilings & Inserting Lights
  • Create Camera Views
  • Ramp & Stair Basics
  • Object Styles & View Overrides
  • Linework Tool & Filled Region
  • Detail Callout
  • Detail Component
  • Repeating detail
  • Materials & Render Appearance Libra
  • Paint & Split face
  • Basic Topography
  • Basic Schedules & Tags
  • Export & Printing

Revit Intermediate Course outline:

This course builds on the basics of Revit Architecture, from productivity tools to professional project presentation. Delegates delve deeper into the intricacies of the concepts of Building Information Modeling and the tools for parametric building design and documentation.

  • Journals
  • Modeling
  • Parts
  • Curtain Walls
  • Groups
  • Structural
  • Revit Extensions
  • Views
  • Detailing
  • Area Analysis
  • Schedules
  • Legends
  • Materials
  • Rendering
  • Solar Study
  • Walkthrough
  • Import/Export Settings
  • DWF Publish
  • Topography/Site
  • In-place Family
  • Family Basics
  • Massing
  • Modeling with Massing

Revit Advanced Course outline:

This course covers advanced tools of Revit Architecture, from sharing your projects through advanced content creation. Delegates are taught the advanced concepts of Building Information Modeling and the advanced tools for parametric building design and documentation.

  • Template
  • Titleblocks
  • Materials
  • Advanced Roofs
  • Advanced Scheduling
  • Detailing
  • Keynotes
  • Worksets
  • Project Phasing
  • Design Options
  • Project Linking
  • Family Editor
  • Symbolic Lines & Visibility
  • Complex Family Creation
  • Shared Parameters
  • Type Catalogues

Please visit the flowing link for dates and fees:

http://www.revit-training.co.za/revit-training-schedules.htm

Contact information
Ms Madelein Brown
Administrative Professional
Tel: 27 41 504 3285
madelein.brown@nmmu.ac.za

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