Revit Architecture Training

Revit Architecture Training

Revit Architecture Training

Course Information

  • Duration40 Hours


Autodesk Revit Architecture is a powerful BIM tool used by architects throughout the globe to accomplish their projects. This course is designed to make the aspirants familiar with functionality of Autodesk Revit. The aspirants will begin by learning about the user interface aad then about Autodesk Revit commands used for design development followed by those for construction documentation. The objective of this course is to enable the aspirants to create 3D architectural project models and extract their working drawings. This course is designed for the new aspirants as well as for existing users to sharpen their skills/knowledge of Revit Architecture.

Course Outline

1. Introduction to Revit Architecture
  • Basic Concepts and Principles
  • Understanding the Interface
  • Shortcut Keys
  • Interoperability of Revit Architecture
  • Setting up Configuration and Preferences
2. Setting of Project Template
  • Starting a Project
  • Setting Units
  • Other Global Settings
  • Model Display Tools
  • Saving a Project
  • Closing a Project
3. Creating Building Envelope
  • Understanding Walls and their Types
  • Adding Wall Sweep and Wall Reveal
  • Adding Doors and Windows
  • Understanding Door and Window Properties
  • Openings in Wall
4. Editing Tools
  • Creating a Selection Set
  • Moving and Copying Elements
  • Trimming and Extending Elements
  • Cutting and Pasting Elements
  • Rotating, Mirroring, Matching, Aligning, Deleting, and Splitting Elements
  • Pinning and Unpinning Elements
  • Creating Group of Elements
5. Working with Datum and Standard Views
  • Working with Levels
  • Working with Grids
  • Understanding Grid Properties
  • Working with Reference Planes
  • Setting a Work Plane
  • Working with Project Views
6. Developing the Building Model
  • Introduction to Architectural Floors
  • Creating Roof Using the Roof Tool
  • Sketching a Ceiling
  • Adding Rooms
  • Calculating Room Values
  • Adding Components
  • Creating Stairs and Ramps
  • Using Curtain System in a Project
7. Massing and Site Features
  • Working with Site Features
  • Setting Site Properties
  • Adding Property Lines
  • Understanding Massing Concepts
  • Creating Building Elements from Massing Geometry
  • Creating Families
8. Using the Dimension and Constraint
  • Working with Tags and Keynotes
  • Adding Symbols
  • Adding Dimensions and their Types
9. Advanced Features
  • Creating Structural Components
  • Generating Multiple Design Options
  • Using Area Analysis Tools
  • Understanding Color Schemes
  • Masking Region
  • Linking Building Models
  • Work Sharing Concepts
  • Purging Unused Elements
  • Understanding Point Cloud