Introducing Revit and the User Interface.

Understanding the Revit Interface.
Properties Palette.
Project Browser.
Status Bar.
View Control Bar.
View Cube.
Options Bar.
Understanding the Interface Workflow.
Creating a Simple Layout.
Using Filter, Mirror, and Trim/Extend.
Adjusting Datums. Changing Element Types.
Using Common Modifying Tools.
Using Dimensions for Modifying Designs.
Aligning Elements.
Rotating, Grouping, and Arraying.
Aligned Copying and Group Editing.

Schematic Design

Working from a Sketch.
Importing Background Images.
Accurately Scaling Images.
Reference Planes and Levels.
Creating and Placing Groups.
Modeling In-Place Masses.
Modeling the Base Mass.
Modeling the Middle Mass.
Modeling the Upper Mass.
Working in 3D.
Creating Mass Floors.
Scheduling Mass Floors.
Updating the Massing Study.

Walls and Curtain Walls.

Creating Generic Walls.
Creating Numerous Wall Configurations.
Sketching Walls.
Picking Walls.
Hosting Elements in Walls.
Containing Spaces.
Modifying Walls.
Instance Parameters.
Editing and Resetting Profiles.
Attaching and Detaching Top and Base.
Resetting Profiles.
Cutting Openings.
Splitting Walls.
Swapping Walls.
Creating Curtain Walls.
Grid Lines.
Adding Mullions.
Embedding Curtain Walls.
Modifying Curtain Walls.
Editing the Elevation Profile.
Adding and Modifying Grids and Mullions.
Unpinning and Toggling Mullions.
Adding and Modifying Panels.
Adding and Modifying the Curtain Panel Door.
Understanding Basic Wall Parts and Parameters.
Basic Walls.
Stacked Walls.
Curtain Wall Types.
Just One More Thing.

Floors, Roofs, and Ceilings.

Creating Floors. Sketching.
Editing the Boundary.
Sloped Arrows and Floors.
Sloped Floors via Shape Editing.
Creating Openings by Sketching.
Creating Openings with Shafts.
Picking Walls.
Laying Out Roofs.
Picking Walls.
Extruded Roofs.
Adding Ceilings.
Automatic Ceilings.
Sketching Ceilings.
Bulkhead Conditions.
Adding Lights and Rotating the Grid.
Changing the Ceiling, Sloping the Ceiling.

Stairs, Ramps, and Railings.

Creating Numerous Stair Configurations.
Creating the “Generic” Railing.
Creating Your Design Stair.
Straight Run. Straight Run with Landing.
Multistory Runs.
Setting the Host Function for Railings.
Designing Ramps.
Straight Runs.
Editing Boundary Conditions.
Building Railings for Level and Sloped Conditions.
Set Host Function.
Working with Parts, Parameters, and Properties.
Stair Parameters.
Ramp Parameters.
Railing Parameters.
Just One More Thing.

Adding Families.

Understanding Different Family Types.
Loading Families.
Placing Families.
Annotations.
Profiles.
Detail Components.
Repeating Details.
Title Blocks.
Level Based.
Face Based.
Hosted.

Modifying Families

Editing View Display and Detail Level.
View Display.
Level of Detail.
Changing the Family Category.
Editing the Family.
Family Category and Parameters.
Editing the Insertion Point.
Modifying Family Geometry.
Editing the Family.
Editing Profiles.
Detail Components.
Repeating Details.
Title Blocks.
Hosted Components.

Groups and Phasing

Using Groups.
Creating Groups.
Copying Groups.
Duplicating Groups.
Editing Groups.
Exchanging Groups.
Saving Groups.
Loading Groups.
Some Best Practices.
Using Phasing.
Geometry Phases.
View Phases.
Demolition and Proposed Elements.
Completed Views.

Rooms and Color Fill Plans.

Tagging Spaces with Room Tags.
Room Tags.
Room Boundaries.
Room Separation Lines.
Creating Room Keys.
Creating Key Fields.
Modifying Key Fields.
Generating Color Fill Room Plans.
Adding a Color Legend.
Modifying Color Legends.
Adding Tags and Fill Colors in Section.

Worksharing

Enabling Worksharing.
Saving the File.
Creating Central and Local Files.
Creating the Central File.
Creating the Local File.
Adding Worksets.
Workset Visibility.
Assigning Elements to Worksets.
Saving to the Central File.
Creating New Elements.
Opening and Closing Worksets.
Using Workset Display Filters.
Using Worksharing to Work with Consultants.
Using Guidelines for Worksharing.

Details and Annotations

Creating Details.
Detail Line.
Regions.
Components.
Creating a Detail.
Insulation.
Detail Groups.
Linework.
Annotating Your Details.
Dimensions.
Tags.
Text.
Legends.

Creating Drawing Sets

Creating Schedules.
Understanding Schedules.
Making Schedules.
Placing Views on Sheets.
Adding Floor Plans to the Sheet.
Adding the Schedules.
Printing Documents.
The Print Dialog Box. Print Settings.

Workflow and Other Revit Essentials.

Staffing a BIM project.
Project Roles Using Revit.
Adding Team Members to Fight Fires.
Modeling Site.
Using a Toposurface.
Creating a Building Pad.
Detailing in Revit.
How many times will you see the detail in the model?
What scale are you drawing your detail in?
How good are you at using Revit?
Performing Quality Control on Your Revit Model.
Keeping an Eye on File Size.
Purging Unused Families and Groups.
Cutting Down on the Number of Views.
Finding Errors and warnings.

Certificate Course

Autodesk Revit Architecture Fundamentals

Duration - 30 Days

Online Training(Live Session) &

Offline(Bangalore Campus)

Reading Map on Mobile

Certificate Course in Autodesk Revit Architecture Fundamentals

The objective of the Autodesk Revit Architecture Fundamentals training course is to enable students to create full 3D architectural project models and set them up in working drawings. Working with the basic drawing and editing tools. Creating Levels and Grids as datum elements for the model.


Description- Produced and sold by Autodesk, Revit is a comprehensive workflow and software product that helps a variety of professionals work together, such as designers, construction professionals, architects and builders. The software provides sophisticated ways to create models of real-world structures and buildings.

Course Objective and Outcome

On completion the successful student will: 

  • Learning how to use Revit with project-based tutorials will give you valuable real world experience creating digital drawings, 3D models, sections and details.

  • You'll learn how to design floors, walls, windows and doors in plan view and then 3D view.

Who Can apply

Autodesk Revit Users. BIM Modeller. Civil Engineers, Architects, AEC engineers and others

Course - Duration / Training Methodology

Total Duration:- 30Days 

 

Mode of Training -

Bangalore - Classroom + Practicals.

Online - Live Online Classes. Daily 2 Hrs(Need to have a laptop or Computer with Good Internet)

               Dedicated Trainer, Practical sessions. One-on-One Live Training Session.

  • Hands-on Practical Training.

Course Module and Content

Add-Ons and Placement Support

Mock Interview

Technical Test 

Closing and Discussions.

Live Project Work.

Labs.

Mid Test.

Resume Preparations.

Placement Assistance(Training & Interviews and Refer to the Companies).

Registeration and Course Fees

Course Fee - Call or Whatsapp +91 9980083996 for Fees

Duration : - 30 Days

Method - Training can be conducted Online or Can be conducted in Bangalore Campus.

How To Apply

Whatsapp/Call to +91 9980083996


The Course Fees can be negotiated depending upon the number of students and all the students will receive the Certificate from AGSRT.