Professional Certification in Revit Architecture & Navisworks



The Autodesk® Revit® software is a powerful Building Information Modeling (BIM) program that works the way architects think. The
program streamlines the design process through the use of a central 3D model, where changes made in one view update across all views
and on the printable sheets. This training course is designed to teach you the Autodesk Revit functionality as you would work with it throughout the design process. You begin by learning about the user interface and basic drawing, editing, and viewing tools. Then you learn design development tools including how to model walls, doors, windows, floors, ceilings, stairs and more. Finally, you learn the processes that take the model to the construction documentation phase.

Since building projects are extremely complex, the Autodesk Revit software is also complex. The objective of the Autodesk Revit Architecture Basic training course is to enable students to create full 3D
architectural project models and set them up in working drawings. This training course focuses on basic to advance tools that the majority of users need.


Autodesk Navisworks is a comprehensive project review solution that supports 5D simulation, coordination, analysis, and communication of design intent and constructability. Multidisciplinarydesign data created in a broad range of Building Information Modeling (BIM), digital prototype, and process plant design applications can be combined into a single, integrated project model. Comprehensive schedule, quantification, cost, animation, and visualization capabilities assist users in demonstrating design intent and simulating construction, helping to improve insight and predictability. Real-time navigation combines with a review toolset to support collaboration among the project team. Entire project models can be published and viewed in NWD and DWF™ file formats to provide valuable digital assets from design through construction. Interference management tools help design and construction professionals anticipate and avoid potential problems before construction begins, minimizing expensive delays and rework (available in Autodesk Navisworks Manage only). Entire project models can be published and freely viewed using Autodesk Navisworks Freedom software.



Chapter 1: Introduction to BIM and Autodesk Revit

• 1.1 BIM and Autodesk Revit
• 1.2 Overview of the Interface
• 1.3 Starting Projects
• 1.4 Viewing Commands

Chapter 2: Basic Drawing and Modify Tools

• 2.1 Using General Drawing Tools
• 2.2 Editing Elements
• 2.3 Working with Basic Modify Tools
• 2.4 Working with Additional Modify Tools

Chapter 3: Setting Up Levels and Grids

• 3.1 Setting Up Levels
• 3.2 Creating Structural Grids
• 3.3 Adding Columns
• 3.4 Linking and Importing CAD Files
• Design Development Phase

Chapter 4: Modeling Walls

• 4.1 Modeling Walls
• 4.2 Modifying Walls

Chapter 5: Working with Doors and Windows

• 5.1 Inserting Doors and Windows
• 5.2 Loading Door and Window Types from the Library
• 5.3 Creating Additional Door and Window Sizes

Chapter 6: Working with Curtain Walls

• 6.1 Creating Curtain Walls
• 6.2 Adding Curtain Grids
• 6.3 Working with Curtain Wall Panels
• 6.4 Attaching Mullions to Curtain Grids

Chapter 7: Working with Views

• 7.1 Setting the View Display
• 7.2 Duplicating Views
• 7.3 Adding Callout Views
• 7.4 Elevations and Sections

Chapter 8: Adding Components

• 8.1 Adding Components
• 8.2 Modifying Components

Chapter 9: Modeling Floors

• 9.1 Modeling Floors
• 9.2 Creating Shaft Openings
• 9.3 Creating Sloped Floors

Chapter 10: Modeling Ceilings

• 10.1 Modeling Ceilings
• 10.2 Adding Ceiling Fixtures
• 10.3 Creating Ceiling Soffits

Chapter 11: Modeling Roofs

• 11.1 Modeling Roofs
• 11.2 Creating Roofs by Footprint
• 11.3 Establishing Work Planes
• 11.4 Creating Roofs by Extrusion

Chapter 12: Modeling Stairs, Railings, and Ramps

• 12.1 Creating Component Stairs
• 12.2 Modifying Component Stairs
• 12.3 Working with Railings
• 12.4 Sketching Custom Stairs
• 12.5 Creating Ramps Construction Documents Phase

Chapter 13: Creating Construction Documents

• 13.1 Setting Up Sheets
• 13.2 Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
• 13.3 Printing Sheets and export files

Chapter 14: Annotating Construction Documents

• 14.1 Working with Dimensions
• 14.2 Working With Text
• 14.3 Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
• 14.4 Creating Legends

Chapter 15: Adding Tags and Schedules

• 15.1 Adding Tags
• 15.2 Adding Rooms and Tags
• 15.3 Working with Schedules

Chapter 16: Creating Details

• 16.1 Setting Up Detail Views
• 16.2 Adding Detail Components
• 16.3 Annotating Details
• 16.4 Keynoting and Keynote Legends

Chapter 17: Introduction to Worksets

• 17.1 Introduction to Worksets

Chapter 18: Additional Tools

• 18.1 Reusing Selection Sets
• 18.2 Wall Sweeps and Reveals
• 18.3 Creating Curtain Wall Types with Automatic Grids
• 18.4 Enhancing Views
•18.5 Creating Dormers
• 18.6 Working with Guide Grids on Sheets
•18.7 Revision Tracking
• 18.8 Annotating Dependent Views
• 18.9 Importing and Exporting Schedules
• 18.10 Creating Building Component Schedules
• 18.11 Creating a Repeating Detail


Chapter 1: Importing and Exporting Files

• 1.1 About Importing 3D Solids and Google SketchUp Files.
• 1.2 Positioning and Scaling Options
• 1.3 Importing Raster Data
• 1.4 Guidelines for Importing and Using External Files
• 1.5 About Exporting
• 1.6 Guidelines for Exporting

Chapter 2: Collaborative Project

• 2.1 About Linked Projects
• 2.2 Managing Shared Coordinates
• 2.3 About Linked Locations. Acquiring and Reporting Shared Coordinates.
• 2.4 Guidelines for Working with Linked Projects
• 2.5 About Project Collaboration
• 2.6 Guidelines for Monitoring and Coordinating Linked Projects

Chapter 3: Conceptual Design

• 3.1 About Massing
• 3.2 Working with Massing
• 3.3 Guidelines for Working with Massing.
• 3.4 Mass Family
•3.5 In Place Mass
• 3.6 Converting Massing Shapes to Building Components.
• 3.7 Guidelines for Converting Massing Shapes to Building Components Grid and Snap ortho and polar snapping polar snap Running Object Snap Tracking

Chapter 4: Creating Advanced Components

• 4.1 About In-Place Families
• 4.2 About Solids and Voids
• 4.3 Creating 3D Geometry.
• 4.4 Modifying In-Place Families
• 4.5 Guidelines for Creating and Modifying In-Place Families
• 4.6 About Families.
• 4.7 About Component Families
• 4.8 About the Family Editor.
• 4.9 About Parametric Formulas
• 4.10 Process of Creating Standard Component Families
• 4.11 Guidelines for Creating Modifying
• 4.12 Component Families
• 4.13 About Nested Families.
• 4.14 About Linked Parameters
• 4.15 Guidelines for Creating Nested Families.
• 4.16 About Component Groups
• 4.17 Placing, Saving, and Converting Component Groups
• 4.18 Duplicating and Editing Component Groups
• 4.19 Guidelines for Working with Component Groups

Chapter 5: Adaptive Components

• 5.1 About adaptive component
• 5.2 Creating Adaptive model
• 5.3 Elements of Adaptive Panels
• 5.3 About Pattern
• 5.4 About Points
• 5.5 Creating Form with Points and Lines
• 5.6 About Adaptive Points
• 5.17 Creating Adaptive component
• 5.8 Loading Adaptive component to Mass Family and Project

Chapter 6: Design and Analysis

• 6.1 About Phases
• 6.2 Guidelines for Creating and Using Phases
• 6.3 About Design Options
• 6.4 Properties of Design Options
• 6.5 Working with Design Option Sets Guidelines for Using Design Options
• 6.6 About Interference Checks
• 6.7 Guidelines for Checking and Fixing Interference Conditions
• 6.8 About Area Plan
• 6.19 Creating Area Plan

Chapter 7: Revit Architecture Worksharing

• 7.1 Overview
• 7.2 Process of Project Sharing
• 7.3 About Worksets
• 7.4 About the Central File Moving the Central File
• 7.5 Guidelines for Sharing Projects Using Worksets
• 7.6 About Local Files
• 7.9 About Editable Worksets
• 7.10 Worksets Dialog Box
• 7.11 Process of Removing Users from a Workset
• 7.12 Using Local Files

Chapter 8: Working with Professionals

• 8.1 About Toposurfaces
• 8.2 Creating Toposurfaces
• 8.3 Site Tools
• 8.4 Creating Property Lines
• 8.5 Site Components

Chapter 9: Advanced Rendering Techniques

• 9.1 About Materials and Render Appearances
• 9.2 Process of Using Material Styles
• 9.3 Editing Render Appearances
• 9.4 Guidelines for Using Material Styles
• 9.5 About Non-building Components.
• 9.6 About Lighting
• 9.7 About Lights Group
• 9.8 About Materials
• 9.9 Editing Materials
• 9.10 About Render Quality Settings
• 9.11 Process of Specifying Settings for Rendering Interior Views
• 9.12 Guidelines for Rendering Interior Views
• 9.13 About Cloud Base Rendering

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Key Information About the Course

Level: Beginner - Advanced

Duration: 2 Months

Duration: Group Batch | One - on - One Session

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After completing this guide, you will be able to:
• Understand the purpose of Building Information Management (BIM) and how it is applied in the Autodesk Revit software.
• Navigate the Autodesk Revit workspace and interface.
• Work with the basic drawing and editing tools.
• Create Levels and Grids as datum elements for the model.
• Create a 3D building model with walls, curtain walls, windows, and doors.
• Add floors, ceilings, and roofs to the building model.
• Creating component-based and custom stairs.
• Add component features, such as furniture and equipment.
• Set up sheets for plotting with text, dimensions, details, tags, and schedules.
• Create details.


After completing this guide, you will be able to:
• Become familiar with the navigation functions of Navisworks
• Understand the relationship between the 3D authoring tool and Navisworks validation tools
• Learn how to setup views for camera Animation
• Compare Selection Sets versus Search Sets
• Build a comfort level using Clash Detection
• Understanding of the process for Timeline sequencing & Phasing.


After completing this guide, you will be able to:
• Import and export data between AutoCAD® and AutoCAD® Architecture and Revit® Structure projects.
• Link Revit models, coordinate and monitor changes in a current project and a linked project, and check.
• Fix interference conditions in Revit projects.
• Work with Conceptual Design Tools, Mass object and Adaptive Curtain Panel
• Create topographic elements.
• Work with Revit Materials for Revit Projects and Families
• Create, use, and manage worksheets.
• Create details.


1. You’ll be designing buildings for a range of clients including large corporations and real estates.
2. Work as a designer that brings beauty and life into a space, while also making sure the designs are safe and functional
3. Start a career in construction management where they will be involved in coordinating building processes.
4. Work in a range of establishments like building a room, a patio or a cafe.
5. Work as a project manager or a director, preparing contracts in tracking the progress of craftsmen to ensuring that the right materials are available for each project.


1. Business requires just as much of planning, conceptualization, communication and attention-to-detail as jobs in architecture and design
2. Your architectural and designing skills can also put you on the road to earning an advanced degree, making you eligible for a teaching career in a university setting.
3. Specialize in urban planning, where you make the best use of community land by coordinating, developing, analyzing and reviewing resources.

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