The Revit Essentials ROA is an accelerated program that allows students to quickly gain skills in Building Information Modelling. The program concentrates on the Revit software tools students need to construct schematic designs, visualization and detailed design/construction, 3D architectural modelling, parametric building design tools, and creating working drawings from models.
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Students must have:
Recommended - ATC111 or an introductory AutoCAD course or equivalent industrial experience
In this course students prepare building models and are introduced to all phases of the building process from conceptual design studies to the creation of construction documents and schedules
ATC711 - Revit Architecture 2016 - Fundamentals
In this course students expand on the knowledge and skill acquired in "Revit Architecture - Fundamentals". Students prepare more complex 3D designs and create advances construction documents.
The course introduces students to the software's interface and basic HVAC, Electrical and Piping/Plumbing components that make the Revit MEP software powerful and flexible engineering modeling tool. Students become familiar with the tools necessary to create and document a complete parametric model. The practices are designed to take the student through the basics of a real world project, from linking an architectural model to an MEP template to using Revit MEP tools to design HVAC, electrical, plumbing and piping systems to create complete construction documents.
ATC711 - Revit Architecture - Fundamentals or Industry experience
This course is an introduction to Building Information modeling. The purpose is intended to cover the basic principles of Revit Structure technology and the Building Information modeling. Revit structure 2016 will be demonstrated with extensive hands-on experience in computer lab. Different topics will be covered such as: advantage of BIM, Revit interface, modeling tools, Building structure elements: columns, beams, beam systems, floors, Foundation, reinforcement, Toposurface, annotations, detailing, sheets and printing. The main objective of this course is to familiarize student with the needed tool to create a model and document a project using Revit structure.
Upon completion of the program, the student will be able to:
Upon successful completion of the program requirements, please submit a Request for Recognition of Achievement Form to the Faculty of Continuing Education and Training. There is no cost for this and your Recognition of Achievement will be mailed to you.