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Revit I: Introduction

2.5 weeks | $525 | Online

Designed for architects, interior designers, engineers, and others involved in the construction industry seeking an overview of Building Information Modeling (BIM) using Revit Architecture, this course examines how to design 3D models that simultaneously document the project in schedules and 2D architectural drawings.

Topics include starting a project, modifying elements, and presenting models.  By the conclusion of this Revit training course, students will have built a BIM project from scratch and present multiple views of the model on an architectural sheet.

Prerequisite: AutoCAD experience is preferred. Good command of the Windows environment.

Software: Autodesk Revit software* (download instructions will be provided by instructor on the first day of class).

*Autodesk recently updated their software accessibility for students:

  • Students enrolled in the CAD/BIM Certificate program will have free access to the student software.
  • Students enrolled in individual courses will not have free access. Those students will need to sign up for a free trial or purchase the software.

Please Note:

  • Students must be enrolled at least one day before the course start date, due to the enrollment process and the short duration of the course. 
  • This course is administered through the Virtual Design & Construction Institute's (VDCI) online portal:
  • The same textbook will be used throughout all Revit courses.

Quarters Offered: Winter | Spring | Summer | Fall

Next Course: The next course in the series is Revit II.

Course Number: ARCH-40009
Credit: 1.50 unit(s)
Related Certificate Programs: CAD/BIM

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