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Autodesk® Inventor® 2016 enables users to make great products with professional grade engineering solutions by taking advantage of an open and connected product development ecosystem.

In this webinar, Enceptia’s Dave Morse will showcase some of Inventor’s new features and workflows, including the new Home and Learning experience, Drawing View Creation, Documentation Enhancements, and Presentation Improvements. We will also demonstrate enhancements in Freeform Modeling, Parametric Modeling, Sheet Metal functionality, and the use of AnyCAD to streamline the workflow of your assembly models.

For more information, contact Mallory Jones at MalloryJones@enceptia.com or (800) 454-5499.

Button_Enceptia blue_Register Now_thinInfrastructure projects are being impacted by increasing project complexities, competition, and technology innovation. Learn how many companies are addressing these challenges by joining Enceptia and your peers to examine workflow and technology choices to enhance your design process.

During this free event, we will be taking a closer look at how Autodesk InfraWorks 360 and Vehicle Tracking are complimenting Civil 3D workflows in order to:

  • Win more work
  • Expedite approvals
  • Quickly and easily explore design alternatives
  • Improve visualizations and stakeholder communication
  • Analyze and optimize your designs for best performance

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:

  • Use InfraWorks 360 to develop conceptual designs for residential, commercial and municipal projects and easily import them into Civil 3D with significant gains in productivity
  • How to model the existing environment in minutes. Including: Aerial photos, terrain, buildings and roads
  • Produce Stunning Visualizations easily
  • How to share your models over the web and mobile devices
  • Extend your design capabilities with specialized industry tools such as road, bridge, and drainage design

Seating is limited so register today! Lunch will be served at this event.

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Tuesday, January 12 – Friday, January 15, 2015

Objective
To enable students to create a basic 3D model and prepare field drawings & procurement documents. Students will learn to create files and documents needed for prefabrication of ductwork and piping. Students will also learn basic Autodesk® Fabrication CADmep™ customization and how to create their own custom Fabrication Items.

Who Should Attend
New users of Autodesk Fabrication CADmep.

Description
This 4-day class covers the indispensable core topics for working with Autodesk Fabrication CADmep. The teaching strategy is to start with a few basic tools that let the student create and edit a simple drawing. You then continue to develop those tools, as well as being introduced to more advanced tools throughout the course. Not every command or option is covered, because the intent is to show the most essential tools and concepts:

  • Understanding the CADmep workspace and user interface
  • Using basic modeling, editing, and viewing tools
  • Creating shop drawing with annotation
  • Creating spool drawings and exporting to CAMduct & ESTmep
  • Customizing your CADmep configuration

Prerequisites

  • An understanding of the sheetmetal ductwork and/or piping & plumbing industries
  • A working knowledge of basic design/drafting procedures and terminology
  • A working knowledge of Autodesk AutoCAD
  • A working knowledge of Windows 7 or 8

Class Outline
The topics covered will vary slightly with each class based upon the pace of the students. As an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, we adhere to the strict quality control procedures established by Autodesk to consistently deliver the highest caliber learning experience possible.

  1. Introduction
  2. Installation
  3. User Interface
  4. Drawing with the attacher
  5. Drawing with design line
  6. Create Documents
  7. Drawing Annotation
  8. Export of points
  9. Spooling
  10. Output to CAM
  11. Customization and Item Creation

*If you have 4 or more students for this course and/or want to have the class held at your location, refer to Custom & On-Site Training.


Published class dates are subject to change as circumstances warrant, call for confirmation of all class dates. Cancellations must be made within 10 working days of the scheduled course to qualify for a refund. “No-shows” or late cancellations will forfeit all tuition and fees. Enceptia reserves the right to reschedule or cancel scheduled courses, whereupon all fees will be refunded or applied to training at a later date. Enceptia is liable for course fees only.

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Tuesday, September 15 – Friday, September 18, 2015

Objective
To enable students to create a basic 3D model and prepare field drawings & procurement documents. Students will learn to create files and documents needed for prefabrication of ductwork and piping. Students will also learn basic Autodesk® Fabrication CADmep™ customization and how to create their own custom Fabrication Items.

Who Should Attend
New users of Autodesk Fabrication CADmep.

Description
This 4-day class covers the indispensable core topics for working with Autodesk Fabrication CADmep. The teaching strategy is to start with a few basic tools that let the student create and edit a simple drawing. You then continue to develop those tools, as well as being introduced to more advanced tools throughout the course. Not every command or option is covered, because the intent is to show the most essential tools and concepts:

  • Understanding the CADmep workspace and user interface
  • Using basic modeling, editing, and viewing tools
  • Creating shop drawing with annotation
  • Creating spool drawings and exporting to CAMduct & ESTmep
  • Customizing your CADmep configuration

Prerequisites

  • An understanding of the sheetmetal ductwork and/or piping & plumbing industries
  • A working knowledge of basic design/drafting procedures and terminology
  • A working knowledge of Autodesk AutoCAD
  • A working knowledge of Windows 7 or 8

Class Outline
The topics covered will vary slightly with each class based upon the pace of the students. As an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, we adhere to the strict quality control procedures established by Autodesk to consistently deliver the highest caliber learning experience possible.

  1. Introduction
  2. Installation
  3. User Interface
  4. Drawing with the attacher
  5. Drawing with design line
  6. Create Documents
  7. Drawing Annotation
  8. Export of points
  9. Spooling
  10. Output to CAM
  11. Customization and Item Creation

*If you have 4 or more students for this course and/or want to have the class held at your location, refer to Custom & On-Site Training.


Published class dates are subject to change as circumstances warrant, call for confirmation of all class dates. Cancellations must be made within 10 working days of the scheduled course to qualify for a refund. “No-shows” or late cancellations will forfeit all tuition and fees. Enceptia reserves the right to reschedule or cancel scheduled courses, whereupon all fees will be refunded or applied to training at a later date. Enceptia is liable for course fees only.

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Tuesday, August 4 – Friday, August 7, 2015

Objective
The objective of Autodesk® Fabrication ESTmep™ Fundamentals is to enable students to create a basic bid (single item takeoff), a basic 3D Model, estimating summaries and other cost related reports.

Who Should Attend
New users of Autodesk® Fabrication ESTmep™.

Description
This 4-day class covers the indispensable core topics for working with Autodesk Fabrication ESTmep. The teaching strategy is to start with a few basic tools that let the student create, edit, and report values in a basic model. You then continue to develop those tools, as well as being introduced to more advanced tools throughout the course. Not every command or option is covered, because the intent is to show the most essential tools and concepts:

  • Understanding the ESTmep workspace and user interface
  • Using underlays to create your estimate
  • Generating an Estimating summary, and other cost related reports
  • Creating estimates that can later be opened in CADmep
  • Customizing your ESTmep configuration

Prerequisites

  • An understanding of the sheetmetal ductwork and/or piping & plumbing industries
  • A working knowledge of basic design/drafting procedures and terminology
  • A working knowledge of Windows 7 or 8

Class Outline
The topics covered will vary slightly with each class based upon the pace of the students. As an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, we adhere to the strict quality control procedures established by Autodesk to consistently deliver the highest caliber learning experience possible.

  1. Introduction
    • Support resources
    • Overview of Autodesk Fabrication products
    • BIM and Fabrication
    • Overview of the MEP fabrication Industry
    • Definitions
  2. Deployment
    • Installing
    • Starting Fabrication ESTmep
    • Setting up a Shared Database
    • Migrating an Older Database
    • Configuring Names and Permissions
    • Borrowing a Fabrication ESTmep License
  3. User Interface
    • User Interface Overview
    • Pull-down Menus
    • The Utility Bar
    • The Service Pallet
    • The Center View Pane and Toolbars
    • Right-click Shortcut Menus
  4. Drawing with the Attacher Arrow
    • Placing Items from the Service Pallet
    • Understanding the Attacher Arrow
    • Placing Items by the Attacher Arrow
    • Placing Items by Rotating the Attacher Arrow
    • Using Takeoff as Cut-in
    • One Item Takeoff
    • Carry Over Options
  5. Drawing with Design Line
    • Set the Design Line Entry Method
    • The Design Line Takeoff Menu
    • Using Design Line for Ductwork
    • Understanding How Design Line Works
    • Stretching a Design Line
    • Using Design Line for Plumbing
    • The REVDESIGN Command
  6. Costing
    • Overview of Costing
    • Understanding How Costing Works
    • Material Costs
    • Fabrication Costs
    • Fabrication Labor Costs
    • Erection Labor Costs
    • Value vs. Price List
    • Updating Price Lists
    • Fixed Costs (Overheads)
    • Markups and Discounts
    • Cost Breakdown
  7. Estimating Summary
    • Assigning Fixed Costs
    • Distributing costs
    • Gang Rates
    • Adjustments to costs
    • Categories and Sections
    • Overheads
  8. Revit to ESTmep
    • Exporting Revit Elements
    • Importing into ESTmep
  9. Annotation
    • Drawing Annotation Settings
    • Understanding the Text Utilities Commands
    • Relocating Tags and Leaders
    • Learn About Dimensions
  10. Reporting
    • Item Reports and Item Report Builder
    • Printing Item Reports
    • Worksheets and Worksheet Builder
    • Printing Worksheets
    • Printing Ancillary Reports
    • Exporting Data
  11. Value Engineering
    • Swap Out Items
    • Change Specifications and/or Services
    • Re-price

*If you have 4 or more students for this course and/or want to have the class held at your location, refer to Custom & On-Site Training.


Published class dates are subject to change as circumstances warrant, call for confirmation of all class dates. Cancellations must be made within 10 working days of the scheduled course to qualify for a refund. “No-shows” or late cancellations will forfeit all tuition and fees. Enceptia reserves the right to reschedule or cancel scheduled courses, whereupon all fees will be refunded or applied to training at a later date. Enceptia is liable for course fees only.

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Tuesday, September 22 – Friday, September 24, 2015

Objective
To familiarize users with the concepts and applications of the essential functions of AutoCAD® Civil 3D®.

Who Should Attend
Users who want to learn essential elements of AutoCAD Civil 3D for creating, analyzing, and managing civil engineering drawings and projects.

Description
Learn the essentials of AutoCAD Civil 3D in this three-day training class, intended to give users comprehensive experience with the features and benefits of AutoCAD Civil 3D. Hands-on exercises throughout the guide explore how to create 2D and 3D drawings.

Prerequisites
Before attending this class, students should have:

  • A working knowledge of basic design/drafting procedures and terminology
  • A working knowledge of Windows 7 or 8

Class Outline
The topics covered will vary slightly with each class based upon the pace of the students. As an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, we adhere to the strict quality control procedures established by Autodesk to consistently deliver the highest caliber learning experience possible.

  1. AutoCAD Civil 3D Environment
    • The User Interface
    • Examining Toolspace
    • Creating Objects, Object Styles, and Label Styles
    • Creating Drawing Templates
    • Creating Reports
  2. Working with Survey
    • Creating Survey Databases
    • Creating Survey Networks
    • Creating Figure Styles and Prefixes
    • Importing Survey Data
    • Working with Survey Data
  3. Points
    • Importing and Creating Points
    • Managing Points
  4. Surfaces
    • Creating Surfaces
    • Modifying Surfaces
    • Creating Surface Styles
  5. Site Design – Parcels
    • Creating Sites
    • Creating Right-of-Way Parcels
    • Creating Parcels
    • Editing Parcels
    • Labeling Parcel Segments and Creating Tables
  6. Site Design – Alignments
    • Creating Alignments from Objects
    • Labeling Alignments and Creating Tables
  7. Site Design – Profiles
    • Creating Surface Profiles and Profile Views
    • Creating Layout Profiles
    • Editing Profile Geometry
    • Labelling Profiles and Profile Views
  8. Site Design – Assemblies and Corridors
    • Creating Assemblies
    • Creating Corridor Models
    • Creating Corridor Surfaces
  9. Site Design – Grading and Quantities
    • Creating Feature Lines
    • Creating Interim Grading Surface
    • Creating Final Grading Surfaces and Calculating Volumes
    • Labeling Final Grading Surface
  10. Site Design – Pipes
    • Creating Pipe Networks
    • Drawing and Editing Pipe Networks
    • Labeling Pipes
    • Designing Storm Sewer Networks
  11. Transportation – Alignments
    • Designing Criteria-Based Alignments
    • Apply Superelevations
    • Creating Offset Alignments
  12. Transportation – Assemblies and Corridors
    • Creating and Modifying Transportation Assemblies
    • Creating Transportation Corridors
    • Creating Transportation Corridor Surfaces
    • Creating Intersections
    • Modeling Road Designs in 3D
  13. Transportation – Sections and Quantities
    • Creating Sample Lines
    • Calculating Corridor Quantities
    • Creating Quantity Reports
    • Creating Section Views
  14. Manage Data
    • Plan Production
    • Working with Data Shortcuts and Reference Objects
    • Calculating Quantity Takeoff Using Pay Items
    • Working with Autodesk Vault

*If you have 4 or more students for this course and/or want to have the class held at your location, refer to Custom & On-Site Training.


Published class dates are subject to change as circumstances warrant, call for confirmation of all class dates. Cancellations must be made within 10 working days of the scheduled course to qualify for a refund. “No-shows” or late cancellations will forfeit all tuition and fees. Enceptia reserves the right to reschedule or cancel scheduled courses, whereupon all fees will be refunded or applied to training at a later date. Enceptia is liable for course fees only.

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Tuesday, August 16 – Friday, August 18, 2015

Objective
To familiarize users with the concepts and applications of the essential functions of AutoCAD® Civil 3D®.

Who Should Attend
Users who want to learn essential elements of AutoCAD Civil 3D for creating, analyzing, and managing civil engineering drawings and projects.

Description
Learn the essentials of AutoCAD Civil 3D in this three-day training class, intended to give users comprehensive experience with the features and benefits of AutoCAD Civil 3D. Hands-on exercises throughout the guide explore how to create 2D and 3D drawings.

Prerequisites
Before attending this class, students should have:

  • A working knowledge of basic design/drafting procedures and terminology
  • A working knowledge of Windows 7 or 8

Class Outline
The topics covered will vary slightly with each class based upon the pace of the students. As an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, we adhere to the strict quality control procedures established by Autodesk to consistently deliver the highest caliber learning experience possible.

  1. AutoCAD Civil 3D Environment
    • The User Interface
    • Examining Toolspace
    • Creating Objects, Object Styles, and Label Styles
    • Creating Drawing Templates
    • Creating Reports
  2. Working with Survey
    • Creating Survey Databases
    • Creating Survey Networks
    • Creating Figure Styles and Prefixes
    • Importing Survey Data
    • Working with Survey Data
  3. Points
    • Importing and Creating Points
    • Managing Points
  4. Surfaces
    • Creating Surfaces
    • Modifying Surfaces
    • Creating Surface Styles
  5. Site Design – Parcels
    • Creating Sites
    • Creating Right-of-Way Parcels
    • Creating Parcels
    • Editing Parcels
    • Labeling Parcel Segments and Creating Tables
  6. Site Design – Alignments
    • Creating Alignments from Objects
    • Labeling Alignments and Creating Tables
  7. Site Design – Profiles
    • Creating Surface Profiles and Profile Views
    • Creating Layout Profiles
    • Editing Profile Geometry
    • Labelling Profiles and Profile Views
  8. Site Design – Assemblies and Corridors
    • Creating Assemblies
    • Creating Corridor Models
    • Creating Corridor Surfaces
  9. Site Design – Grading and Quantities
    • Creating Feature Lines
    • Creating Interim Grading Surface
    • Creating Final Grading Surfaces and Calculating Volumes
    • Labeling Final Grading Surface
  10. Site Design – Pipes
    • Creating Pipe Networks
    • Drawing and Editing Pipe Networks
    • Labeling Pipes
    • Designing Storm Sewer Networks
  11. Transportation – Alignments
    • Designing Criteria-Based Alignments
    • Apply Superelevations
    • Creating Offset Alignments
  12. Transportation – Assemblies and Corridors
    • Creating and Modifying Transportation Assemblies
    • Creating Transportation Corridors
    • Creating Transportation Corridor Surfaces
    • Creating Intersections
    • Modeling Road Designs in 3D
  13. Transportation – Sections and Quantities
    • Creating Sample Lines
    • Calculating Corridor Quantities
    • Creating Quantity Reports
    • Creating Section Views
  14. Manage Data
    • Plan Production
    • Working with Data Shortcuts and Reference Objects
    • Calculating Quantity Takeoff Using Pay Items
    • Working with Autodesk Vault

*If you have 4 or more students for this course and/or want to have the class held at your location, refer to Custom & On-Site Training.


Published class dates are subject to change as circumstances warrant, call for confirmation of all class dates. Cancellations must be made within 10 working days of the scheduled course to qualify for a refund. “No-shows” or late cancellations will forfeit all tuition and fees. Enceptia reserves the right to reschedule or cancel scheduled courses, whereupon all fees will be refunded or applied to training at a later date. Enceptia is liable for course fees only.

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Tuesday, September 1 – Friday, September 4, 2015

Objective
This course is designed to teach you the Autodesk® Revit® functionality as you would work with it in the design process. Begin by learning about the user interface and the Revit commands for design development, followed by those available for construction documentation.

Who Should Attend
New users of Autodesk Revit.

Description
Revit Architecture is a powerful Building Information Modeling (BIM) program that works the way Architects design. From Preliminary Design through Design Development, and into Construction Documents, the program streamlines the design process with a central 3D model. Changes made in one view update across all views and on the printable sheets.

Since building projects themselves tend to be extremely complex, Revit Architecture is a necessarily a complex program. The objective of the course is to enable students to create full 3D architectural project models and set them up in working drawings. This training guide focuses on basic tools that the majority of users need to work with Revit Architecture.

Topics include:

  • Understand the purpose of Building Information Management (BIM) and how it is applied in Revit
  • Using the Revit Architecture workspace and interface
  • Working with the basic drawing and editing tools in Revit
  • Creating Levels and Grids as datum elements for the model
  • Creating a 3D building model with walls, curtain walls, windows, and doors
  • Adding floors and roofs to the building model
  • Creating standard and custom stairs
  • Detailing Reflected Ceiling Plans with ceilings and lighting fixtures
  • Adding component features, such as furniture and equipment
  • Setting up sheets for plotting with text, dimensions, details, tags, and schedules
  • Creating details

Prerequisites
An understanding of Architectural terminology is an asset.

Class Outline
The topics covered will vary slightly with each class based upon the pace of the students. As an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, we adhere to the strict quality control procedures established by Autodesk to consistently deliver the highest caliber learning experience possible.

  1. Chapter 1: Building Information Modeling in Revit Architecture
    • Building Information Modeling
    • Overview of the Revit Architecture Interface
    • Revit Architecture Terminology
    • Starting Revit Projects
      • Practice
    • Viewing Commands
      • Practice
  2. Chapter 2: Basic Drawing and Editing Tools
    • General Drawing Tools
    • Editing Revit Elements
      • Practice
    • Basic Modifying Tools
      • Practice
  3. Chapter 3: Datum Elements – Levels and Grids
    • Setting Up Levels
      • Practice
    • Importing CAD Files
    • Creating Structural Grids
    • Adding Columns
      • Practice
  4. Chapter 4: Drawing and Modifying Walls
    • Drawing and Modifying Walls
      • Practice
    • Helpful Editing Tools
      • Practice
  5. Chapter 5: Doors and Windows
    • Adding Doors and Windows
    • Loading Door and Window Types from the Library
    • Creating Additional Door and Window Sizes
      • Practice
  6. Chapter 6: Curtain Walls
    • Creating Curtain Walls
    • Adding Curtain Grids
    • Working with Curtain Wall Panels
    • Attaching Mullions to Curtain Grids
      • Practice
  7. Chapter 7: Creating Views
    • Duplicating Views
    • Adding Callout Views
    • Setting the View Display
      • Practice
    • Creating Elevations
    • Creating Sections
      • Practice
  8. Chapter 8: Floors
    • Creating Floors
    • Creating Shaft Openings
    • Creating Sloped Floors
      • Practice
  9. Chapter 9: Components
    • Adding Components
      • Practice
  10. Chapter 10: Reflected Ceiling Plans
    • Creating Ceilings
    • Ceiling Soffits
    • Adding Ceiling Fixtures
      • Practice
  11. Chapter 11: Roofs
    • Creating Roofs
    • Creating Roofs by Footprint
      • Practice
    • Reference Planes and Work Planes
    • Creating Roofs by Extrusion
    • Cleaning Up Wall and Roof Intersections
      • Practice
  12. Chapter 12: Vertical Circulation
    • Creating Standard and Custom Stairs
    • Creating Ramps
    • Working with Railings
      • Practice
  13. Chapter 13: Construction Documents
    • Setting Up Sheets
    • Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
      • Practice
    • Printing Sheets
  14. Chapter 14: Annotating Construction Documents
    • Working with Dimensions
      • Practice
    • Working With Text
    • Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
    • Creating Legends
      • Practice
  15. Chapter 15: Tags and Schedules
  16. Adding Tags
  17. Working with Schedules
    • Practice
  18. Chapter 16: Detailing in Revit Architecture
    • Setting Up Detail Views
    • Creating Details
    • Annotating Details
    • Keynoting and Keynote Legends
    • Patterning
      • Practice

*If you have 4 or more students for this course and/or want to have the class held at your location, refer to Custom & On-Site Training.

AIA cesThis class meets the requirements of the American Institute of Architects for non-HSW Learning Units Hours. Additionally, some state licensing boards and other professional societies may recognize training from an Autodesk ATC as valid continuing education credits. Please check with your state licensing board or professional association.


Published class dates are subject to change as circumstances warrant, call for confirmation of all class dates. Cancellations must be made within 10 working days of the scheduled course to qualify for a refund. “No-shows” or late cancellations will forfeit all tuition and fees. Enceptia reserves the right to reschedule or cancel scheduled courses, whereupon all fees will be refunded or applied to training at a later date. Enceptia is liable for course fees only.

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Tuesday, June 23 – Friday, June 26, 2015

Objective
This course is designed to teach you the Autodesk® Revit® functionality as you would work with it in the design process. Begin by learning about the user interface and the Revit commands for design development, followed by those available for construction documentation.

Who Should Attend
New users of Autodesk Revit.

Description
Revit Architecture is a powerful Building Information Modeling (BIM) program that works the way Architects design. From Preliminary Design through Design Development, and into Construction Documents, the program streamlines the design process with a central 3D model. Changes made in one view update across all views and on the printable sheets.

Since building projects themselves tend to be extremely complex, Revit Architecture is a necessarily a complex program. The objective of the course is to enable students to create full 3D architectural project models and set them up in working drawings. This training guide focuses on basic tools that the majority of users need to work with Revit Architecture.

Topics include:

  • Understand the purpose of Building Information Management (BIM) and how it is applied in Revit
  • Using the Revit Architecture workspace and interface
  • Working with the basic drawing and editing tools in Revit
  • Creating Levels and Grids as datum elements for the model
  • Creating a 3D building model with walls, curtain walls, windows, and doors
  • Adding floors and roofs to the building model
  • Creating standard and custom stairs
  • Detailing Reflected Ceiling Plans with ceilings and lighting fixtures
  • Adding component features, such as furniture and equipment
  • Setting up sheets for plotting with text, dimensions, details, tags, and schedules
  • Creating details

Prerequisites
An understanding of Architectural terminology is an asset.

Class Outline
The topics covered will vary slightly with each class based upon the pace of the students. As an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, we adhere to the strict quality control procedures established by Autodesk to consistently deliver the highest caliber learning experience possible.

  1. Chapter 1: Building Information Modeling in Revit Architecture
    • Building Information Modeling
    • Overview of the Revit Architecture Interface
    • Revit Architecture Terminology
    • Starting Revit Projects
      • Practice
    • Viewing Commands
      • Practice
  2. Chapter 2: Basic Drawing and Editing Tools
    • General Drawing Tools
    • Editing Revit Elements
      • Practice
    • Basic Modifying Tools
      • Practice
  3. Chapter 3: Datum Elements – Levels and Grids
    • Setting Up Levels
      • Practice
    • Importing CAD Files
    • Creating Structural Grids
    • Adding Columns
      • Practice
  4. Chapter 4: Drawing and Modifying Walls
    • Drawing and Modifying Walls
      • Practice
    • Helpful Editing Tools
      • Practice
  5. Chapter 5: Doors and Windows
    • Adding Doors and Windows
    • Loading Door and Window Types from the Library
    • Creating Additional Door and Window Sizes
      • Practice
  6. Chapter 6: Curtain Walls
    • Creating Curtain Walls
    • Adding Curtain Grids
    • Working with Curtain Wall Panels
    • Attaching Mullions to Curtain Grids
      • Practice
  7. Chapter 7: Creating Views
    • Duplicating Views
    • Adding Callout Views
    • Setting the View Display
      • Practice
    • Creating Elevations
    • Creating Sections
      • Practice
  8. Chapter 8: Floors
    • Creating Floors
    • Creating Shaft Openings
    • Creating Sloped Floors
      • Practice
  9. Chapter 9: Components
    • Adding Components
      • Practice
  10. Chapter 10: Reflected Ceiling Plans
    • Creating Ceilings
    • Ceiling Soffits
    • Adding Ceiling Fixtures
      • Practice
  11. Chapter 11: Roofs
    • Creating Roofs
    • Creating Roofs by Footprint
      • Practice
    • Reference Planes and Work Planes
    • Creating Roofs by Extrusion
    • Cleaning Up Wall and Roof Intersections
      • Practice
  12. Chapter 12: Vertical Circulation
    • Creating Standard and Custom Stairs
    • Creating Ramps
    • Working with Railings
      • Practice
  13. Chapter 13: Construction Documents
    • Setting Up Sheets
    • Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
      • Practice
    • Printing Sheets
  14. Chapter 14: Annotating Construction Documents
    • Working with Dimensions
      • Practice
    • Working With Text
    • Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
    • Creating Legends
      • Practice
  15. Chapter 15: Tags and Schedules
  16. Adding Tags
  17. Working with Schedules
    • Practice
  18. Chapter 16: Detailing in Revit Architecture
    • Setting Up Detail Views
    • Creating Details
    • Annotating Details
    • Keynoting and Keynote Legends
    • Patterning
      • Practice

*If you have 4 or more students for this course and/or want to have the class held at your location, refer to Custom & On-Site Training.

AIA cesThis class meets the requirements of the American Institute of Architects for non-HSW Learning Units Hours. Additionally, some state licensing boards and other professional societies may recognize training from an Autodesk ATC as valid continuing education credits. Please check with your state licensing board or professional association.


Published class dates are subject to change as circumstances warrant, call for confirmation of all class dates. Cancellations must be made within 10 working days of the scheduled course to qualify for a refund. “No-shows” or late cancellations will forfeit all tuition and fees. Enceptia reserves the right to reschedule or cancel scheduled courses, whereupon all fees will be refunded or applied to training at a later date. Enceptia is liable for course fees only.

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Tuesday, July 14 – Friday, July 17, 2015

Objective
This course is designed to teach you the Autodesk® Revit® functionality as you would work with it in the design process. Begin by learning about the user interface and the Revit commands for design development, followed by those available for construction documentation.

Who Should Attend
New users of Autodesk Revit.

Description
Revit Architecture is a powerful Building Information Modeling (BIM) program that works the way Architects design. From Preliminary Design through Design Development, and into Construction Documents, the program streamlines the design process with a central 3D model. Changes made in one view update across all views and on the printable sheets.

Since building projects themselves tend to be extremely complex, Revit Architecture is a necessarily a complex program. The objective of the course is to enable students to create full 3D architectural project models and set them up in working drawings. This training guide focuses on basic tools that the majority of users need to work with Revit Architecture.

Topics include:

  • Understand the purpose of Building Information Management (BIM) and how it is applied in Revit
  • Using the Revit Architecture workspace and interface
  • Working with the basic drawing and editing tools in Revit
  • Creating Levels and Grids as datum elements for the model
  • Creating a 3D building model with walls, curtain walls, windows, and doors
  • Adding floors and roofs to the building model
  • Creating standard and custom stairs
  • Detailing Reflected Ceiling Plans with ceilings and lighting fixtures
  • Adding component features, such as furniture and equipment
  • Setting up sheets for plotting with text, dimensions, details, tags, and schedules
  • Creating details

Prerequisites
An understanding of Architectural terminology is an asset.

Class Outline
The topics covered will vary slightly with each class based upon the pace of the students. As an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, we adhere to the strict quality control procedures established by Autodesk to consistently deliver the highest caliber learning experience possible.

  1. Chapter 1: Building Information Modeling in Revit Architecture
    • Building Information Modeling
    • Overview of the Revit Architecture Interface
    • Revit Architecture Terminology
    • Starting Revit Projects
      • Practice
    • Viewing Commands
      • Practice
  2. Chapter 2: Basic Drawing and Editing Tools
    • General Drawing Tools
    • Editing Revit Elements
      • Practice
    • Basic Modifying Tools
      • Practice
  3. Chapter 3: Datum Elements – Levels and Grids
    • Setting Up Levels
      • Practice
    • Importing CAD Files
    • Creating Structural Grids
    • Adding Columns
      • Practice
  4. Chapter 4: Drawing and Modifying Walls
    • Drawing and Modifying Walls
      • Practice
    • Helpful Editing Tools
      • Practice
  5. Chapter 5: Doors and Windows
    • Adding Doors and Windows
    • Loading Door and Window Types from the Library
    • Creating Additional Door and Window Sizes
      • Practice
  6. Chapter 6: Curtain Walls
    • Creating Curtain Walls
    • Adding Curtain Grids
    • Working with Curtain Wall Panels
    • Attaching Mullions to Curtain Grids
      • Practice
  7. Chapter 7: Creating Views
    • Duplicating Views
    • Adding Callout Views
    • Setting the View Display
      • Practice
    • Creating Elevations
    • Creating Sections
      • Practice
  8. Chapter 8: Floors
    • Creating Floors
    • Creating Shaft Openings
    • Creating Sloped Floors
      • Practice
  9. Chapter 9: Components
    • Adding Components
      • Practice
  10. Chapter 10: Reflected Ceiling Plans
    • Creating Ceilings
    • Ceiling Soffits
    • Adding Ceiling Fixtures
      • Practice
  11. Chapter 11: Roofs
    • Creating Roofs
    • Creating Roofs by Footprint
      • Practice
    • Reference Planes and Work Planes
    • Creating Roofs by Extrusion
    • Cleaning Up Wall and Roof Intersections
      • Practice
  12. Chapter 12: Vertical Circulation
    • Creating Standard and Custom Stairs
    • Creating Ramps
    • Working with Railings
      • Practice
  13. Chapter 13: Construction Documents
    • Setting Up Sheets
    • Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
      • Practice
    • Printing Sheets
  14. Chapter 14: Annotating Construction Documents
    • Working with Dimensions
      • Practice
    • Working With Text
    • Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
    • Creating Legends
      • Practice
  15. Chapter 15: Tags and Schedules
  16. Adding Tags
  17. Working with Schedules
    • Practice
  18. Chapter 16: Detailing in Revit Architecture
    • Setting Up Detail Views
    • Creating Details
    • Annotating Details
    • Keynoting and Keynote Legends
    • Patterning
      • Practice

*If you have 4 or more students for this course and/or want to have the class held at your location, refer to Custom & On-Site Training.

AIA cesThis class meets the requirements of the American Institute of Architects for non-HSW Learning Units Hours. Additionally, some state licensing boards and other professional societies may recognize training from an Autodesk ATC as valid continuing education credits. Please check with your state licensing board or professional association.


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