AutoDesk Revit LT 2013 Beginner to Advanced Training

 

Course Code: LNCV48

AutoDesk Revit LT 2013 Training Package Includes:-

> AutoDesk Revit LT 2013 Beginner to Advanced Training on DVD or Online

> Over 33 Hours of training

> 380 Video Tutorials

> Instructor: Jason Boehning

> Exercise Files Included

Enrolment Fee 252.00

Enrol today and pay only 210.00

A Distance Learning Course is the ideal way to gain a qualification without having the worry of trying to fit your studies around your everyday life. You can complete your studies in your own time and we are on hand seven days a week to help you plan your future.

Course Description

CADLearning for Autodesk Revit LT 2013 teaches the building information modeling features and functions of the software. After completing this course you’ll be able to model system family elements including walls and floors. You’ll learn how to place and modify components including doors and windows. You’ll also learn how to create views and add them to sheets, control the appearance of views and add dimensions and constraints, create reports and schedules and much more.

Please note that once the seal is broken on the DVD it is non-returnable as the key cannot be used again.

Requirements

  • Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8
  • 5.5 GB of Disk Space for installation
  • DVD-ROM Drive to load media
  • Internet Explorer 6.0+
  • Adobe Flash Plugin
  • 512 MB Ram
  • 1 GHz Processor or faster
  • 1024x768 color display
  • Mouse (or other pointing device) needed for navigation
  • Sound Card and Speakers

Course Features

Our training DVDs put the control in your hands. Use when wanted or needed to answer a question, and watch again and again as often as you need.

A full-featured training course DVD-ROM covering beginner to advanced concepts, and everything in between.

For instant technical support use our powerful search function to quickly locate and view short 'how-to' lessons. Get answers to all of your first level technical support issues 'instantly' with this in-house resource.

As a flexible CAD training solution, you can sort the lessons and progress from beginner to advanced topics; or just review seldom used commands and added functionality of new releases.

  • No Internet connection is needed because you install and authorize CADLearning directly on your PC.
  • No CAD software required.
  • Train at home, at the office or on the road.
  • Easy-to-use, visual interface for following step-by-step tutorials while listening to an actual instructor.
  • Built-in Help Desk with powerful keyword search functionality that easily and quickly answers CAD questions and addresses unique needs as they occur.
  • Intelligent History that tracks completed lessons allows users to resume where they left off and easily view and manage individual professional development.
  • Datasets and drawing files are included

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  • Prepare for Autodesk Certification Exams.
Course Outline
> Getting Started
Introduction to CADLearning for Autodesk Revit LT 2013
Starting Revit
Starting Revit for the First Time
Opening a Project File
Identifying the User Interface Components
Understanding the Ribbon
Understanding the Quick Access Toolbar
Understanding the Options Bar
Understanding the Application Menu
Understanding the InfoCenter Toolbar
Understanding the Project Browser
Understanding the Properties Palette
Understanding the Type Selector
Understanding the Status Bar
Understanding the Drawing Area
Understanding the View Controls
Understanding the Navigation Bar
Understanding the ViewCube
Understanding the Steering Wheels
Understanding the Options Dialog
Understanding the Units and Snaps
Starting a New Project from Recent Files
Starting a New Project from the Application Menu
Using the Mouse
Using the Keyboard
Managing Windows
Saving and Closing Files
Closing the Application
Understanding Ways to Select Objects
> Modeling Essentials
Understanding Modeling with Revit
Understanding Model Objects
Understanding Sketch-Based Objects
Understanding Datum Elements
Creating and Modifying Levels
Creating and Modifying Grids
Creating and Modifying Multi-Segment Grids
Controlling Datum Visibility
Limiting Visibility of Datum Using Scope Boxes
Setting and Showing the Active Work Plane
Creating Reference Planes
Modeling Accurately with Length and Angle Snap Increments
Working with Object Snaps
Using Visualization Aids When Working in 3D Views
> Building Shell
Understanding Wall Drawing Aids
Creating Exterior Building Walls
Creating Doors
Creating Windows
Modifying Door and Window Properties
Creating Curtain Walls
Placing Doors in Curtain Walls
Creating Curtain Grids and Mullions
Creating a Roof by Footprint
Creating a Roof by Extrusion
> Walls - An In-Depth Look
Understanding Wall System Families and Types
Creating Walls by Picking Lines
Understanding Wall Properties
Changing the Wall Type as Your Design Evolves
Understanding Curtain Wall Types
Creating a Curved Curtain Wall
Embedding a Curtain Wall in Another Wall
Creating Curtain Walls that Turn Corners
Working with Curtain Wall Grids
Selecting Curtain Wall Components
Modifying Curtain Wall Panels
Understanding Curtain Wall Corner Conditions
Modifying and Customizing Curtain Wall Mullions
Creating a Stacked Wall
Creating Walls with Modify Tools
Modifying Wall Profiles
Creating a Wall Opening
Introducing Wall Layer Functions
Overriding Host Layer Display
Understanding Layer Join Cleanups
Understanding Wall Layer Wrapping
Understanding Compound Structures
Customizing Vertical Wall Structure by Splitting Regions
Customizing Vertical Wall Structure by Adding Sweeps
Customizing Vertical Wall Structure by Adding Reveals
Customizing the Base and Top Extension of Walls
Creating Embedded Walls
Creating In-Place Wall Sweeps
Creating In-Place Reveals
Creating Joined Walls for Complex Assemblies
> Building Core
Creating Building Core Walls
Creating Floors
Modifying Floor Properties
Placing Components
Placing Hosted Components
Creating Architectural Columns
Creating Stairs by Component
Creating Landing Components
Creating Support Components
Creating Stair Components by Sketching
Modifying Stair Components
Customizing Stair Documentation
Understanding Stair by Component Properties
Creating Spiral Stairs
Creating Multi-Story Stairs and Shafts
Creating Ramps
Placing Railings on a Host
Creating Railings by Sketch
Understanding Railing Properties
Customizing Railing Properties
> Building Interiors
Creating Interior Partitions
Creating Interior Storefront Glazing
Creating Rooms
Creating Room Separation Lines
Creating Ceilings
Placing Building Components in Ceilings
Creating Ceiling Openings
Creating Area Plans
Creating Area Boundary Lines
Creating Areas and Area Schedules
Creating and Managing Color Schemes
Managing Area and Volume Computation Settings
> Components and Families
Understanding Families
Placing Components from the Project Browser
Loading Families and Using Type Catalogs
Finding Components Using Autodesk Seek
Editing Component Families Within a Project
> Basic Modify and Reporting Tools
Selecting Objects
Copying and Moving Objects
Rotating Objects
Creating Linear Arrays
Creating Radial Arrays
Scaling Objects
Mirroring Objects
Using the Clipboard for Copy and Paste
Splitting Objects
Creating Elements Consistently with Match Type Properties and Create Similar
Aligning Objects
Trimming and Extending Objects
Offsetting Objects
Pinning Objects in Place
Deleting Objects
Measuring versus Dimensioning Objects
Understanding Element IDs
Understanding and Reviewing Warning Messages
Reporting and Displaying Coordinates
> Views and Sheets
Creating Plan Views and Reflected Ceiling Plan Views
Creating a Plan Region
Creating Building Elevation Views
Creating Interior Elevation Views
Creating Section Views
Segmenting a Section View
Creating Callout Views
Creating Drafting Views
Creating a Reference View
Understanding View Discipline
Duplicating Views
Creating Matchlines and View References
Creating Additional View References
Creating and Using Sheets
Aligning Views on Sheets with a Guide Grid
Placing Schedules on a Sheet
Using a Sheet List and Placeholder Sheets
Creating Custom Titleblocks
Creating a Key Plan
Managing Sheet Issues and Revisions
Creating Revision Clouds and Tags
Adding a Revision Schedule to a Titleblock
Creating Supplemental Drawings
> View Graphics
Working with Visual Styles
Understanding Scale and Detail Level
Understanding Plan View Range
Understanding View Templates
Creating View Templates
Applying and Assigning View Templates
Creating View Types
Understanding Object Styles
Understanding Visibility and Graphic Overrides
Creating Element and Category Graphic Overrides in a View
Understanding Temporary Hide or Isolate and Viewing Hidden Elements
Understanding Crop Regions Understanding Annotation Crop Regions
> Dimensions and Constraints
Understanding Dimensions and Constraints
Using Temporary Dimensions
Modifying Temporary Dimension Settings
Working with Permanent Dimensions
Working with Spot Elevations
Working with Spot Coordinates
Working with Spot Slopes
Modifying Dimensions
Overriding Dimension Text
Creating and Modifying Dimension Styles
Locking Dimensions
Controlling Dimensions Using Equality Constraints
Controlling Dimension Units
Dimensioning Entire Walls
> Site Tools
Introduction to the Site Tools
Creating a Toposurface Using Points
Creating a Toposurface from CAD
Creating a Toposurface from a Points File
Managing Site Settings
Creating Toposurface Subregions and Split Surfaces
Creating Building Pads
Creating a Graded Region
Creating Site and Parking Components
Creating Property Lines and Contour Labels
> Schedules and Tags
Understanding Schedules and Tags
Placing Element Tags by Category
Placing Room and Area Tags
Creating a Schedule and Specifying Fields
Modifying Schedules with Filters
Modifying Schedules with Sorting and Grouping
Modifying Schedule Formatting
Modifying the Schedule Appearance
Working with Room and Area Schedules
Working with Key Schedules
Working with Calculated Values in Schedules
Creating and Managing a View Schedule
Working with Material Tags
Working with Material Takeoff Schedules
Importing and Exporting Schedule Views
> Annotation
Working with Text Annotations
Checking Spelling in a View
Finding and Replacing Text
Modifying Text Type Properties
Creating Keynotes
Modifying Keynotes and Keynote Settings
Creating a Keynote Legend
Working with Symbols and Note Blocks
Working with Legends
Managing Arrowheads
Locking 3D Views for Annotation
> Printing and Publishing
Understanding Printing and Publishing
Printing and Managing Print Settings
Printing to PDF
Publishing Files to Buzzsaw
> Leveraging Other Files
Importing and Managing Image Files
Linking Revit Files
Linking and Importing CAD Files
Using CAD Files to Create Building Model Objects
Controlling Line Weights in Imported CAD Files
Controlling the Display of Elements in Linked Project Files
Scheduling Elements from Linked Project Files
Tagging Elements in a Linked Model
Exporting to DWF
Working with DWF Markups
Exporting to 2D CAD Formats
Exporting Views to Image Files
Exporting to 3ds Max
Exporting Schedules
Exporting Room and Area Reports
> Advanced Modeling
Cutting and Joining Geometry
Creating Individual Openings
Creating Shaft Openings
Splitting the Face of an Element
Applying Materials as Paint
Creating Model Text and Model Lines
Creating Sloped Floors by Sketching
Creating Floor Openings
Joining and Unjoining Roofs
Creating Sloped Roofs
Managing Complex Roof Conditions Using Align Eaves
Creating Roof Soffits
Creating Fascias
Creating Dormer Openings
Creating Roof Openings
Modifying Roof and Wall Joins and Controlling Roof Visibility
Creating Gutters and Downspouts
Creating Beam and Column Joins
> Building Structure
Understanding and Managing Structural Settings
Creating Structural Columns
Creating Isolated Foundations
Creating Wall Foundations
Creating Stepped Foundations
Creating Structural Floors
Creating Slab Edges
Understanding Structural Beam Types
Creating Beams
Creating Sloped Beams
Creating Structural Walls
Creating Structural Braces
> Managing Your Projects
Managing Project Information
Specifying the Location
Creating and Using Project Parameters
Managing Project Browser View Organization
Using Parameters and Filters for Browser Organization
Managing Project Browser Sheet Organization
Working with Coordinate Systems
Relocating a Project
Rotating True North and Project North
Mirroring a Project
Understanding Project Template Files
Transferring Project Standards
Deleting Unused Items from a Project
> Managing Settings
Understanding Model and Drafting Patterns
Managing Fill Patterns
Managing Materials and Material Libraries
Managing Material Properties and Material Assets
Managing Line Styles
Managing Line Weights
Managing Line Patterns
Managing Halftone and Underlay Settings
> Managing Application Settings
Managing User Interface Components
Managing File and Template Locations
Managing the Places List
Customizing the User Interface
Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts
> Groups
Introducing Groups
Creating a Model Group
Creating and Managing Model Groups and Attached Detail Groups
Attaching Annotation Detail Groups
Creating Detail Groups
Editing Groups
Excluding Elements from Groups
Converting Groups to Links
Saving and Loading Groups
Understanding Best Practices for Working with Groups
> Drafting and Detailing
Understanding Detailing
Loading and Placing Detail Components
Placing Repeating Details
Creating a Repeating Detail
Creating Detail Lines
Showing Hidden Lines in a Detail View
Modifying the Cut Profile of Model Elements
Overriding Linework in a View
Creating Filled Regions
Creating Masking Regions
Creating Batt Insulation
Placing Annotations in Detail Views
Leveraging Detail Groups
Saving Views to a File
Inserting Views and 2D Elements from a File
> Family Creation
Introducing Family Creation
Understanding the Family Editor
Introducing Form Creation
Creating Solid Extrusions and Blends
Creating Solid Revolves
Creating Solid Sweeps and Swept Blends
Creating Void Forms
Creating Reference Planes and Reference Lines
Creating Dimension and Parameter Constraints
Creating Family Geometry
Understanding Family Geometry Display Settings
Creating Family Types
Working with Families in a Project
Understanding Hosted Families
> Families Beyond Basics
Creating and Grouping Parameters
Creating Shared Parameters
Understanding Reporting Parameters
Creating Symbolic and Model Lines
Creating Controls
Creating a Masking Region
Creating Parameter Formulas
Managing Nested Families
Creating Linked Parameters
Creating a Type Catalog
Creating a Custom Annotation Tag
Creating a Custom View Tag
> Phases
Introducing Phases
Understanding Phases
Managing Phases
Understanding Phase Filters and Graphic Overrides
Assigning Phases and Phase Filters to a View
Understanding the Impact of Phases on Documentation
Demolishing Elements
Using Phases in Project Templates
> Design Options
Introducing Design Options
Working with Design Options and Option Sets
Editing Design Options
Duplicating and Deleting Design Options
Creating Design Option Views
Understanding the Impact of Design Options on Documentation
Promoting and Accepting Design Options
> Presentation Views
Creating 3D Views
Understanding 3D View Properties
Specifying the Background for a 3D View
Rotating a 3D View
Using Section Boxes in 3D Views
Creating a Perspective 3D View
Modifying the Perspective Camera Position
Storing a 3D View Home and Front Orientation
Orienting 3D Views to Other Views
> Walkthroughs
Creating a Walkthrough Path
Editing a Walkthrough Path
Editing Walkthrough Frames
Controlling Walkthrough Playback
Exporting a Walkthrough

 

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