This test comprises questions covering a range of basic Revit Architecture skills, including: Basic Element Creation; Views & Sheets; Detailing; Keynotes & Annotation; Worksharing; Dimensions & Rules; Interoperability; Families & Parts; Scheduling; Coordinates & Orientation; Output.
A short skills assessment for Revit Architecture, designed for interviews. This assessment comprises questions covering a range of basic Revit Architecture skills. Modules covered include; Basic Element Creation; Views & Sheets; Detailing; Keynoting & Annotation; Worksharing; Dimensions & Rules; Interoperability; Families & Parts; Scheduling; Coordinates & Orientation; Output.
Skills assessment and training needs analysis for casual/novice users of Revit Architecture. This test comprises questions covering a range of basic Revit skills. Modules covered include; Navigation, Views & Sheets, Measuring, Exporting Data, Families, Element Selection.
Detailed skills assessment and training needs analysis for Revit Architecture. This test comprises questions covering a range of advanced Revit skills.
This assessment looks at Content Creation and Families in Revit. Sample data sets for the task based questions are based on Revit Architecture.
A short skills assessment for Revit Architecture, as it is applied to the Interiors discipline. This assessment comprises questions covering a range of basic Revit skills.
This assessment looks at your understanding of the impact of using Revit in a Project environment. Modules include; Views, Families, Worksharing and Schedules. Sample data sets for the task based questions are based on Revit Architecture.
Paul F. Aubin is the author of many CAD and BIM book titles including the widely acclaimed: The Aubin Academy Mastering Series. His latest book: Renaissance Revit takes a deep dive into the Revit Family Editor. Paul has also authored several video training courses for lynda.com (www.lynda.com/paulaubin). He is an independent architectural consultant who travels internationally providing implementation, training, and support services. Paul’s involvement in the architectural profession spans 25 years, with experience that includes design, production, CAD management, mentoring, coaching and training. He is an active member of the Autodesk user community, and has been a top-rated speaker at AU for many years. Paul is also a frequent speaker at the Revit Technology Conference (RTC) in the US and Australia, the BIM Workshops and Minnesota University. His diverse experience in architectural firms, as a CAD manager, and as an educator gives his writing and his classroom instruction a fresh and credible focus. Paul is an associate member of the American Institute of Architects. He lives in Chicago with his wife and three children.
Chris Senior is the founder of Revit Factory Ltd and currently works as a BIM consultant. He trained as an Architectural Technologist and spent 10 years working in practice. During this time he also worked as a CAD & BIM Manager implementing standards at various practices. He studied at Sheffield Hallam University where he achieved 1st Class Honours and won the national award for Technical Excellence in Architectural Technology presented by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists. He has since lectured at 2 Universities, worked as a BIM Manager for Aedas Architects and successfully deployed Revit throughout all ten UK offices. More recently he contributed the UK's first freely distributable AEC (UK) BIM Standards in collaboration with other BIM specialists throughout the UK. His company is also responsible for developing Revit Plugins to enhance productivity during the design process. Chris has experience working with multi-disciplinary teams collaborating with Revit in Healthcare, Education, Commercial, Food Retail, Transport, Civil and Defence. Chris is the founder of Content Studio, a digital library solution used to collect, manage and share Revit families in a quality controlled environment.
Following eleven years in multi-discipline design, Paul joined the Revit Corporation at release 2 of the product and progressed to a Channel Development role following the Autodesk acquisition, teaching, consulting and evangelising across Europe, ME and Africa. Now in his fifteenth year of guiding people and organisations towards successful BIM implementation, Paul and his company White Frog Publishing act as a knowledgebase to teachers around the world, providing strategic roadmaps and training resources for scalable information roll-out to some of the largest design and construction companies in the world, as well as trade bodies and even national governments. In addition to corporate practice, White Frog materials are used in Universities and Colleges and as official teacher-training provider to the DEC Secondary School Qualification programme, White Frog is helping to introduce younger minds to the construction industry. Paul is co-chair of the AEC (UK) BIM Protocols for Revit in his spare time.
Paul's website: www.whitefrog.co