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CAD-1: Revit Training StructureEdit

Level 1 Training: (CAD & PM’s)Edit

  • Opening models (creating local file, opening revit, etc…)
  • Navigation through revit (ribbon, properties bar, etc…)
  • Plotting sheets (applying view templates, print/page setup)
  • Worksharing (worksets, local files, synchronizing)
  • Visibility (creating sections, 3d views, visibility graphics, view range)
  • Element placement and modification (discipline specific)
  • Annotations (tags, text, parameters)
  • Picking up redlines


Level 1A Training: “Revit for Dummies” (PM’s)Edit

  • BIM overview (terminology, defintions, navisworks, capabilities, etc…)
  • Opening models (creating local file, opening revit, etc…)
  • Navigation through revit (ribbon, properties bar, etc…)
  • Plotting sheets (applying view templates, print/page setup)
  • Visibility (creating sections, 3d views, visibility graphics, view range)


Level 2 Training: (BIM managers, designers/engineers)Edit

  • Mech/Plmbg
    • Placing ductwork/piping
    • Modifying ductwork/piping
    • Circuiting
    • Modeling conduit/cable tray
    • Modying electrical settings
  • Elec/TComm
    • Circuiting
    • Modeling conduit/cable tray
    • Modying electrical settings
  • QC schedules (creating schedules, inserting fields, conditional formatting, etc…)
  • Families (where to find families, creating project specific families, etc…)
  • Type parameters


Level 2A Training: (CAD)Edit

  • Updating models (linking arch, creating levels, copy/monitor)
  • Project setup (creating views, creating sheets, view templates)
  • Setting project standards (MEP settings, etc…)


Level 3 Training: (Selected designers/engineers)Edit

Intention is to learn capabilities, test in-house and decide to incorporate into CRA standards

  • Loads
  • Energy Analysis
  • Creating families
  • Creating schedules