Platform for starters in the geo sector

200 courses, 20 online supports, 60 moocs,

10 work to work trajectories,

30 trainees

Course: Revit Architecture Basic


The Revit Architecture Basic course lasts 4 days and costs € 1095.

The program makes it possible to make drawings based on parametric models. Building Information Modeling (BIM) differs from Computer Aided Design (CAD) in that an intelligent parametric 3D model is created, from which data can be generated by various methods. This data can also be exchanged with external tools with which the model can be adapted if necessary. A change of the model is immediately implemented in all related places. The entire presentation of the model therefore remains current.

A BIM model can also contain information for different disciplines and for different construction phases (from concept to demolition). This is possible because of the underlying relational database architecture, which is called parametric change engine by the developers.

Until 2013, three versions were available (Revit Architecture / Structure / MEP), these versions are integrated in one version from Revit 2013. Since September 29, 2008, the program is also available for ‘subscription’ users for 64-bit systems. This environment performs better in speed and the amount of addressable memory is no longer limited, allowing larger models.

Content of Course: Revit Architecture Basic

We will start with explaining the purpose of Building Information Management because this is the basis of Revit. Then we look at the Revit Architecture workspace and interface. How can Revit work with drawing and editing tools? Then attention is paid to creating levels and grids as basic elements for the model.

The following topics are offered during this course:

Learning objectives during this course:

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    Group discount

    If you register several students for this course, a discount of 25% on the 2nd student, 50% on the 3rd student and 75% on the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th student.

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