Intro to Revit Architecture

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Designed to integrate 3D visualization with technical drawing, Revit Architecture is a powerful computer software package used to develop design ideas from a napkin sketch through construction drawings. Students will learn the fundamental concepts of the program from an instructor who uses the program every day. The group will start by learning basic operations of creating walls, windows, floors and laying out their work on sheets. The instructor will discuss the practical advantages of implementing the software in a work environment and how it can streamline collaboration with other disciplines. Instructors will answer questions from the previous sessions and progress into new topics such as rendering, shadows, dimensioning, and project rigor.

 

  • The September online course will run on September 21 & 23 and October 5 & 7 from 4:00-8:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time for a total of four (4) 4-hour sessions.

 

  • The November online course will run on November 30 & December 2 and December 14 & 16 from 4:00-8:00 PM Eastern Standard Time for a total of four (4) 4-hour sessions.

 

 

 

Category

Online, Technical and Professional Skills

Competency

Beginner

Credits

  • Sterling College: 1 Continuing Education Unit ($130 additional)
  • American Institute of Architects (AIA): 14 Learning Units

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