Professional | ~10 hr. 45 min.

Revit for Structural Design Professional Certification Prep

Course | Certification prep
Prove you’re on the right track to certification with self-paced lessons and a practice test. This certification prep course reviews the core skills covered on the Autodesk Certified Professional in Revit for Structural Design certification exam.  
Outline

Overview

Learn the typical workflow and features of Revit, including modeling, materials, families, documentation, views, and project management. Get key skills for structural design that help you model foundations, frames, walls, columns, and stairs. Practice using exam topics such as family categories and types, phases and design options, 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:

  • Work with structural components, selection sets, and element materials.
  • Create and manage views and annotations, work with revisions, and set up and manage sheets.
  • Use workflows and processes such as worksharing, phasing, design options, and project management.
  • Review the topics covered on the Autodesk Certified Professional in Revit for Structural Design exam.

Course modules

~10 min.
Getting started

Getting started

~20 min.
See where you stand

See where you stand

~1 hr.
Starting a structural project

There are a few key processes involved when starting a structural project.

~1 hr. 30 min.
Working with structural components part 1

Learn about modeling superstructure and substructure, looking at each structural element in depth.

~1 hr. 35 min.
Working with structural components part 2

Learn about modeling superstructure and substructure, looking at each structural element in depth.

~1 hr.
Content creation and management

Learn about content creation, family types, and parametric modeling techniques used to create intelligent structural elements with the relevant data attached.

~1 hr. 35 min.
Working with views and annotations

Learn views, including calls outs, schedules, dependent views, and annotation families such as tags, detail components, and repeating. Create and apply view templates to views for consistent presentation of graphics.

~40 min.
Revision and sheet management

Learn about revisions, revision systems, and sheet setup and management. Practice managing large projects using browser organization.

~1 hr. 30 min.
Collaboration and project management

Worksharing, phasing, and design options, are all essential for good project execution. Explore project management tools, including auditing, purging, and central file maintenance.

~45 min.
Course challenge exercise

Course challenge exercise

~1 hr.
Practice test

Practice test

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