Prove to potential employers that you’re up to the task by becoming an Autodesk Certified Professional. This online course from Autodesk® introduces you to the advanced features of Revit™ for Structure, a tool to support Building Information Modeling and delivery of 3D digital models and related documentation. The course prepares you by offering an overview of skills that match what is covered on the Autodesk Certified Professional: Revit for Structural Design exam. The lessons are structured to match the exam’s objective domains and follow the typical workflow and features of the Revit software.
About the Autodesk Certified Professional: Revit for Structural Design exam:
A successful candidate for the Autodesk Certified Professional: Revit for Structural Design certification has a combination of approximately 400-1200 hours of training and hands-on experience with Revit in a structural environment; is familiar with product features and capabilities; and is knowledgeable in relevant workflows, processes, and project objectives. The candidate can perform routine tasks involved in their job role with limited assistance from peers, product documentation, and support services. The minimally qualified candidate can efficiently set up and manage a project and work in collaboration with colleagues. Additionally, the successful candidate can utilize Revit modeling and documentation tools and methodologies to produce quality deliverables working with minimal supervision.
The Autodesk Certified Professional (ACP) certifications exams can be taken at a Pearson VUE Testing Center or through OnVUE, Pearson VUE’s online proctored environment. Candidates are given 120 minutes to complete a certification exam and should review the testing center polices and requirements before scheduling. Ready to take the exam? Schedule to take the exam online or find a testing center near you on Pearsonvue.com/Autodesk.
Structural Components, Modeling, and Materials.
In Week 1, we'll cover the key aspects of starting a structural project, from working with linked or imported files to creating a site file and setting up a shared coordinate system. We'll give an in-depth review of structural elements and learn how to work with selection sets and element materials.
Families, Documentation, Views, and Revit Project Management.
In week 2, we'll start with an overview of content creation and management, with deep dives on family categories and types. We’ll learn about views, including calls outs, schedules and dependent views. You’ll also learn about annotation families such as tags, detail components, and repeating. This section also covers revisions and revision systems, as well as the setup and management of sheets. Finally, you’ll learn how to perform collaboration and project management within Revit.