Take your Revit skills to the next level with this intermediate course. Learn how to create custom Types, Families and Materials to create your own personal library.
Our approachable, certified Revit trainers will quickly get you using Revit’s more advanced features confidently. They will also share lots of tips and tricks.
This is a hands-on course. It includes lots of time to experiment with the techniques that you are being taught
✔ An intermediate course that covers the skills you need to speed up your workflow.
✔ Plenty of one to one attention and time to ask questions.
✔ Friendly expert trainers, small groups and a comfortable place to learn.
✔ All the materials and extras that you’ll ever need.
✔ Ongoing support and help with issues you have after the course.
What Will I Learn?
With plenty of time for practice to consolidate your learning you’ll be using new skills independently in no time.
By the end of this course you will know how to:
- Manipulate components and create bespoke detail components.
- Apply phasing to your project.
- Use a Design Option to create multiple design variations on your main model.
- Using project locations.
- Altering visualisations.
- Importing and linking to other CAD files.
Am I Ready For The Course?
To attend this course you should have attended our 3-day introduction class, have a minimum of 40 hours experience with Revit or have a good working knowledge of the program.
The Training Day
Our courses run from 9.30am to roughly 4.15pm with refreshments throughout the day and a break for a tasty, freshly prepared lunch.
We offer a relaxed, supportive learning environment, fully air-conditioned facilities and some of the nicest instructors on the planet.
Also, you’ll receive:
✔ A full-colour manual covering everything in the course so that you can recap.
✔ A USB stick for the course exercises to let you practice more in your own time.
✔ A Certificate of Attendance.
- Creating custom wall, floor and roof types
- Understanding the Type Properties and Edit Assembly
- Understanding the Assembly Function, Core Boundaries and Material
- Adding profile Sweeps, Reveals and Wraps to walls
- Creating a new material from scratch
- Applying the new material to a Component
- Placing a Stacked Wall
- Modifying a Stacked Wall
- Picking Primary Host for a Window component
- Create parts
- Applying Shape Handles
- Separating subcomponents of compound objects
- Dividing Parts into custom shapes
- Model In-Place
- Setting Work Planes
- Creating a Form
- Applying a Material to the Form
- Getting familiar with Family templates
- Creating a Family from scratch
- Using Reference Planes and Parameters
- Creating Forms by Extrusion, Sweep, Blend and Revolve
- Creating Types from the new Family
- Applying a Material to the Family
- Creating custom Door, Window and Wall Tags
- Adding Fields to the Tags to extract data from the Model
- Using Existing Phase and New Construction Phase
- Demolish Components
- Create an Option Set with Options
- Make a Primary Option
- Accepting the Primary Option
- Set the Projects Location
- Adjust True North
- Set Project North
- Placing the Project Base Point
- Placing the Project Survey Point
- Hiding objects in views
- Visibility/Graphics Overrides
- Graphic Display Options
- Cut Planes
- View Range
- Place Model text on any face or reference plane
- Revit files
- DWG and DWF files
- Image files