Revit Structure Training Course

During the Revit Structure Training course, engineers will be introduced to the Revit User Interface. They will be trained on how to create a full Revit structural model using the basic Revit operating functions and tools such as Elements/Families, Settings and Views.

Skillsfuture Course Code: N.A.

2 Days

duration

All

Skill Level

$600

Course fee

BIM PCP

grants available

REVIT STRUCTURE TRAINING course overview

Trainees will be introduced to the Revit User Interface, and learn the basic operating functions and tools (e.g. Elements/Families, Settings, Views) on a step-by-step basis. Trainees will also explore the wide array of fundamental modelling features used to model Structural Elements, as well as a demonstration on the preparation of documents for submission. Trainees will be given opportunities to clarify doubts and put to practice what they have learnt at the Guided Practical Sessions led by our Professional CAD/BIM Trainer. A Certificate of Completion will be issued to each Trainee at the end of the course.

Course curriculum

  1. Starting Revit Structural Project
  2. Interoperability: Working Multiplatform
  3. Foundation
  4. Creating a Structural Model
  5. Beam System
  1. Trusses 
  2. Braces 
  3. Documentation

Funding options

There are separate funding schemes that are applicable to both individuals and corporate representatives.

SSG Funding

Skillsfuture funding subsidies up to 80% of course fees for Singaporeans and Permanents Residents.

BIM PCP

Businesses receive up to 80% course fee subsidies when deploying employees for training in addition to $15 per hour of salary support.

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