Managing Projects Using Revit
Develop a versatile skillset to propel your team forward. Learn how to link and manage your files and set up shared coordinates to collaborate with others. Discover how to manage project phases to create and compare design options. Set up your environment for worksharing and learn to review warnings and perform interference checking.
After completing this course, you’ll be able to:
- Link and manage files, including DWG files, PDFs, and image files.
- Set up shared coordinates for collaboration.
- Manage refurbishment through phases and create existing, proposed, and demolition to objects.
- Create and work with design option sets.
- Enable worksharing.
- Create and assign worksets.
- Review warnings and determine severity.
- Set up interference checking and check coordination with linked models.
Learn how to work with the Visibility/Graphics Overrides feature and control the display of linked models. You’ll link PDF and image files into Revit and then scale those images to real-world size.
Learn how to assign phases to objects and views, then work with phase filters. We'll also explore design option sets, comparing design options, and assigning visibility.
Collaboration is a key Revit feature for any discipline. Learn how to use these collaboration tools by enabling worksharing and using worksets.
Warnings keep your files functioning properly and help you understand what's acceptable or unacceptable in your model. Learn to determine the severity of warnings by checking a model for interference and using a linked model to check for coordination issues.
Use the skills and techniques that were covered in the course to solve a challenge that encompasses multiple sections of the course. A dataset is provided to use in the assignment.
Resources just for educators
Teach this course in the classroom. It is recommended that you watch the videos and familiarize yourself with the course before delivering this content in the classroom.
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We’ve provided an instructor guide for teaching the course content in the classroom, with discussion prompts, learning objectives, and estimated times for demonstration and practice. Additionally, grading rubrics for the challenges found in the course are provided. Students can either work in teams or solve the challenges on their own.
Want to create custom learning playlists to share with your students?
Share modules and courses using Playlists. Once you create a Playlist, share the URL with your students and they can sign into their Autodesk Account to access.
- To create a Playlist, select [+] 'Add to list'.
- To share a list with others, set the list visibility to Public and share the link.
The contents of this course have been updated as of November 2022. This course was last updated in November 2020.
November 2022 updates include:
- Updated and new practices and challenge exercises.
- New instructor guide to help educators and instructors teach this content in the classroom.
- Updated quiz questions.
- New final test.
- Updated datasets for Revit 2023.
- Modules are now standalone, so you can pick and choose individual modules to add to your Playlist and share with others.