The 3DTraining programs are unique because they are entirely production based to help participants gain the Building Information Modeling (BIM) experience required to enhance their marketability.
Our programs are ideal for:
- Intermediate-level users looking to improve their current skills and portfolio.
- AutoCAD users looking to learn Revit for current or future job requirements.
- Beginners looking to explore new career options in the building industry.
- Those who are looking to prepare for Autodesk Certification.
Participants learn the software by working on diverse projects and creating high-quality construction documents and 3D renderings for client presentations using some of the new features included with the latest version of Autodesk REVIT Architecture software.
The Revit Intermediate Program is 12 weeks long and ideal for aspiring BIM designers who have existing experience with Revit and are looking to improve the quality of their current portfolio using the latest version of Autodesk’s Revit Architecture software. This project-based course is designed with consultation by 3DTraining's affiliate architectural firms and offers the fastest and most cost-effective way to learn the professional skills required to start working in the industry.
Over the 12-week course duration, students complete three architectural projects that range in scale from designing an entire home to an entire site. Students are taught in 3DTraining's simulated production environment to develop efficient work habits, experience working in real world production team environments, improve their client communication skills, and efficiently manage production deadlines.
Floor Plan & Layouts
Sections & Elevations
Dimensions & Annotations
Creating & Modifying Families
Aligning Floor Plans
Curtain Walls, Grids & Mullions
Detailing the Model
Placing Light Fixtures
Stairs & Elevators
Worksets & Work Sharing
Creating Legends & Keynotes
Site Modeling & Landscaping
Linking and References
Project Section & Elevation
Using Elevations & 3D Views
Previewing & Printing Sheets
Duration: 12 Weeks. The course includes 2 hours of self-paced learning materials and 4 hours of live online instructor-led training per week.
Timings: New classes start every month and run on weekends and weeknights.
Eligibility: Must have completed Beginner course or submit examples of previous work for instructional review.
The Revit Beginner course is four weeks long and provides beginners with a strong grasp of the Revit skills required to successfully participate in our intensive production-based Intermediate Program.
This program will help users gain an understanding of BIM modeling and its benefits via Revit Architecture. Fundamental techniques like planning a room, drawing details, using drafting views, and working with text and tags will be covered. Students will also learn proper workflow techniques to complete projects and create construction documents.
The beginner program can serve as a standalone course for architects interested in getting an overview of the latest versions of Revit Architecture. foundational 3D beginner program can serve as a standalone course for the hobbyist or those who are interested in doing architectural visualizations in 3D.
The Revit Beginner course can also serve as a standalone course for architects who are interested in getting an overview of latest versions of Revit Architecture.
Duration: 4 Weeks. The course includes 2 hours of self-paced learning materials and 3 hours of live online instructor-led production sessions per week.
Timings: New classes open every month and run on weekends and weeknights
Understanding BIM Concepts
Revit Software Overview
Importing CAD/3D files
Creating Walls, Doors, Windows
Elements and Components
Drawing Details & Drafting Views
Working with Text and Tags
Creating Construction Documents