Projects-based BIM Revit Basic and Documentation Training
This course provides learners with an introduction to BIM by examining its contextual application in project lifecycles, creating basic BIM models and developing documentation.
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Projects-based BIM Revit Basic and Documentation Training will impart the knowledge and skills for aspiring and existing professionals in the Built Environment to review and maintain Building Information Modelling (BIM) database across the project lifecycle.
This course provides learners with an introduction to BIM by examining its contextual application in project lifecycles, creating basic BIM models and developing documentation. Learners who are new entrants to the Built Environment will benefit from acquiring a broad overview of BIM and basic skills in navigating and maintaining BIM models, which will prepare them for future BIM courses to deepen their technical skills in digital delivery.
At the same time, learners who are experienced industry practitioners of the Built Environment can benefit from being able to better review BIM models from their design/drafting teams after this course.
LO1: Describe the practical applications of BIM in the Built Environment.
LO2: Explain the level of development of BIM across project milestones and stages.
LO3: Identify the interoperability of Revit models with Navisworks Manage and Dynamo.
LO4: Identify system requirements to support BIM information system.
LO5: Open a Revit file from the BIM database.
LO6: Use Revit viewing tools to generate 3D view, and manipulate visibilities.
LO7: Integrate the design of active systems through linked files.
LO8: Set-up a new Revit project.
LO9: Develop Revit families and parameters.
LO10: Interpret BIM e-submission documentation requirements and standards.
LO11: Examine design performance and compliance against BIM e-submission requirements by developing views from BIM model
LO12: Develop documentation using annotations, tagging, creating sheets, section views and cover page
LO13: Create, edit and customize schedules
LO14: Explain how parameters affect schedule output from Revit model
Recommended for individuals with at least a Diploma in a relevant course of study (i.e. engineering or architecture)
English language proficiency at GCE ‘O’ level of C6 and above, or WSQ Workplace Literacy skills of Level 6 and above.
Possess basic information and communication technology (ICT) skills.
Learners who do not qualify in terms of education but have the relevant working experience will be admitted on a case-by-case basis, subject to approval by our management.
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