Step-by-step Revit Courses? No Way!
Want step-by-step, easy-to-follow Revit training? With Revit courses from LearningBay you will:
- Learn how to get projects done faster using best practices.
- Get a better understanding of how to create and use “families”.
- Understand how to draw unusual shapes and “weird” walls.
And much more. See below for a full list of Revit courses available.
Each course is packed with step-by-step tutorials. LearningBay courses:
- Are fully searchable, making them an excellent reference tool.
- Can be used by beginner, intermediate or advanced Revit user.
- Are very affordable.
To get more information about how you can start increasing your productivity using LearningBay, simply fill out the form on the right.
Revit Architecture Courses
Revit Architecture 2012 Essentials Library
- Introduction to BIM
- View Your Model
- Start a Project
- Interior Layout Tools
- Slabs and Stairs
- Advanced Stairs and Components
- Kitchens, Railings and Elevations
- Everything Roofs
- Create Openings
- Beams, Curtain Walls and More
- Prepare and Complete Views
- Views, Sheets & Title Blocks
Revit Architecture 2012 Essentials Intermediate Library
- Discover Ceilings
- Start a Project
- Rooms and Area Plans
- Schedules and Legends
- Callouts and References
- Detail Drawings
- Create 3D Solids
- Building Parametric Solids
- Design Options
- Phases at Work
- Teamwork and Sharing
- Mastering Links
Revit Architecture 2012 Essentials Advanced Library
- Nested Families
- Advanced Families
- Type Catalog
- Massing and Concept Tools Part 1
- Massing and Concept Tools Part 2
Revit MEP Courses
Revit MEP 2013 Essentials Library
- Start Revit MEP
- Visualization Tools
- Basic Tools
- Worksets and Worksharing
- HVAC Work: Create Spaces
- HVAC Work: Zones and Air Systems
- HVAC Work: Ductwork
- HVAC Work: Completing Ductwork Systems
- Hydronic Systems
- Plumbing Systems
- Plumbing Systems Part 2
- Fire Protection
- Electrical Systems: Lighting
- Electrical Systems: Power and Communications
Courses are concise and contain many tutorials that are laid out in a suggested order. However students can start with any course or tutorial to meet job demands. Courses are grouped into libraries that provide a systematic approach to learning that helps ensure users can apply the data they learn when working on real-world projects.
For descriptions of each of the courses, click on the links below:
Revit Architecture 2012 course descriptions