• Great insight, and I think our set-ups and templates from training class will help our work.
     
    J.G.
    Weis Design Group
  • Appreciated the flexibility, answers and methods of teaching to accommodate our needs. Excellent Staff!
     
    J.L.
    Little & Associates, Architects
  • Great Instructor!
     
    T.A.
    Mohr & Kerr Engineering and Land Surveying, P.C.
  • Pam is very thorough and demonstrates a clear ability to relay information and answer questions. She is friendly, patient...
     
    J.W.
    PGAV
  • I enjoyed your teaching style and experience with Revit, thank you for coming!
     
    M.A.
    Bartlett & West
  • Great course. Instructor moved at a steady pace and didn't hesitate to ask questions or slow down/speed up when...
     
    J.D.
    Bartlett & West
  • Good course outline! Tips and Tricks provided will be useful!
     
    B.L.
    Ayres Associates
  • A very sound fundamentals experience. Really helped me to understand the role of Revit in our workflow.
     
    J.M.
    PGAV
  • Trainers were very helpful and knowledgeable. I found the Civil 3D course very helpful!
     
    A.V.
    Terra Engineering, Ltd.
  • Seiler provided an excellent training experience...including the pre-class setup, class training, as well as support...
     
    S.K.
    William Tao & Associates

Revit Template Creation – Advanced

Product Method Length
Autodesk® Revit®
Classroom
2 Days

Course Description

Prerequisites: Familiarity with Windows based computer operating system, basic design/drafting skills, & an understanding of AEC Building terminology are all an assets for this course.  It is preferred that students have completed the Autodesk Revit Modeling – Essentials course or have a good working skill level with a minimum of 80 hours of work experience with the Revit software.

Expectations: Using the functionality of Autodesk Revit features, students learn to utilize the Revit tools to expand their knowledge in setting up office standards with templates that include annotation styles, preset views, sheets, & schedules, as well as creating custom system, in-place, & component families.

Topics Covered:

  • Creating custom project templates with annotation styles, titleblocks, & custom element types
  • Defining object styles, line weights, line patterns, line styles, & fill patterns
  • Setting up custom schedules for sheet use & system calculation review
  • Customizing system tool properties & family types
  • Creating specific families, including annotation symbols, tags, & profiles
  • Using global, project, & shared parameters
  • Leveraging the transfer project standards tool
  • Managing links & imports
  • Setting phase mapping & graphic overrides
  • Creating, modifying, & using view templates
  • Using the purge tool
  • Managing project units & information