Basic 3D architectural modelling (Autodesk Revit - user) - CTU Training Solutions

Basic 3D architectural modelling (Autodesk Revit – user)

During this course students are introduced to Autodesk Revit. Autodesk Revit is building information modelling software for developing architectural representations. Students Acquire a working knowledge and understanding of generating two- and three - dimensional representations of architectural structures through the completion of practical assignments.
Duration: 5 sessions (Day classes)
10 sessions ( Evening classes)   |   Location : Online
Course Prerequisites:
National Senior Certificate (Grade 12), Basic computer literacy, Access to Autodesk Revit
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Students are introduced to the following aspects of Autodesk Inventor:

• The Autodesk Revit World
• Creating a Model
• Creating Views
• Working with the Revit Tools
• Dimensioning and Annotating
• Floors
• Roofs
• Structural Item
• Ceilings and Interiors
• Stairs, Ramps and Railings
• Detailing
• Creating Specific Views and Match Lines
• Creating Sheets and Printing
• Creating Rooms and Area Plans

Course Content

Set up and prepare 3D model space and produce a 3D model(6 Credits)

Unit standard no: 120199

Specific Outcome

  • Prepare and set up a 3D design environment.
  • Display a 3D model in either solid or surface format by changing the definition settings
  • Identify and apply the correct spatial or pre-set coordinate system in the 3D model space.
  • Create 3D objects using 2D profiles and view or display the model in a standard or isometric view.
  • Polylines are joined to create closed profiles

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CTU Training Solutions , Updated: July 10th, 2019

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