Revit for Architectural Design Professional Certification Prep
Learn and practice workflows and skills covered in the exam, with sections on modeling, documentation, collaboration and coordination, project standard and setup, and information analysis. Review advanced modeling architectural topics and learn to work with walls, floors, roofs, ceilings, stairs, columns, and rooms. Learn about family categories and types, phases and design options, schedules, and worksharing. Follow along with lessons, datasets, and exercises to practice and review the exam topics on your own. You can also test your knowledge by taking a practice test to prepare for the certification exam. It’s all about practice and preparation.
After completing this course, you'll be able to:
- Create and modify architectural components, site elements, and materials.
- Create and manage views and annotations, work with families, and develop schedules.
- Use workflows and processes such as worksharing, exporting and printing, and project maintenance and management.
- Review the topics covered on the Autodesk Certified Professional in Revit for Architectural Design certification exam.
Before you begin this course, test your skills by taking the following assessment to see where you stand.
Modeling is a core skill for architectural design projects.
Documenting your Revit project is a foundational skill for architectural professionals. This module explores creating and manipulating views and adjusting view properties. You’ll also learn to master annotation and work with tags and keynotes.
Explores Revit worksharing, linking and importing files, basic model maintenance, phasing, design options, and the Copy/Monitor workflows.
This module covers both user-specific settings for Revit as well as project-specific settings and standards.
Learn to use area schemes, area plans, and sun and shadow studies.
Solve a challenge that encompasses multiple sections of the course.
Ready to test your knowledge? Pass this required test with a score of 75% or more to complete the course.
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