Architectural Projects eventually need to be constructed on Site and when built it needs to reflect your Design Intent accurately. It needs to be comfortable to live in and should be able to withstand forces of nature.
Construction Documentation or Working Drawings need to Document your Design accurately, without discrepancies and possibilities of misinterpretation. AutoDesk Revit makes it easy to produce Architectural Working Drawings accurately that are precise, properly coordinated and minimizes the risk of inaccuracies. It is easy to maintain consistency as well as maintain high quality of Documentation Standards.
This course will introduce you to techniques & processes of producing Construction Drawings on Revit. In addition the course will help you learn and understand Architectural Documentation Standards and how Working Drawings & Documents should be produced in a manner that is precise, clearly understood and least prone to misinterpretation.
On completing this course you will be able to produce a complete set of working Drawings, including:
Fully Annotated Plans, Elevations,Sections, Enlarged Views, Sections, Construction Details
To be able take up this course, you must be familiar with Revit Modeling. However, if you’re not familiar with Revit Modeling, you can take up our Free Course Revit Modeling Fundamentals before taking up this course.
Course Format & Requirements
This is an Online Instructor Led Course conducted through Online Live sessions. The total Course duration is 22 Hours comprising of 22 One hour session each. You will need:
A Broadband Internet or a WiFi HotSpot with at least 2 Mbps speed.
A Computer of a Laptop with the latest version of Revit installed. You can check out the latest version and download a trial version from Autodesk Website or if you’re a student you can download a Student Version.
A Headset with Microphone (Not your Mobile’s headphone)
In addition to One hour live sessions, you will need to spend 7-10 hours per week to be able to complete assignments, read our Online reference materials that may include text and videos, Lessons & Quizzes.