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Technical Training for Revit—Roundtable Discussion
Roundtable    DP16577-R
Carl Storms
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Description

This session will be an interactive roundtable discussion about tips, tricks, and user experiences with technical training for Revit building design software. These tips, tricks, and experiences will be suggested by the attendees and presenter alike, but will then be discussed and perhaps debated by all, with the end goal of an improved process at the close of the discussion. We will add all of the content collected during the session to the handout and share it with all attendees after the session has concluded. All topics are fair game as long as they pertain to Revit software and the training of Revit software. See some examples of topics in the learning objectives below. This session features Revit.<br /><br />

Key Learnings

  • Discover which tools besides Revit you can use in your training
  • Discover ways to engage the students to keep them interested while delivering large amounts of technical information
  • Discuss how to deal with problems or issues (technical or other) that arise during training
  • Gain shared information and experiences from participants

Speakers

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Drawing on his nearly 20 years of experience in architecture, engineering, and construction, Carl Storms provides a practical and well-rounded understanding of Building Information Modeling (BIM) to clients. He’s worked in residential and commercial architecture, as well as in construction, and he has nearly 10 years of teaching experience at the collegiate and industry levels. This experience aids him in providing the business case for BIM to clients as well as helping them make the most of their collaboration, coordination, and design tools and processes. Through implementations, instruction, mentoring, seminar presentations, whitepapers, and more, Storms assists clients with the adoption of design technology and BIM processes. As someone who truly enjoys the process of building information modeling, Carl spreads his love of all things BIM on Twitter @theBIMsider, his blog: www.theBIMsider.com, as a co-host on two AEC Industry Podcasts: The Simply Complex Podcast - Conference Edition, as well as BluePrints a podcast sharing ideas and knowledge about the AEC industry.
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