Revit

Category: Computer Aided Design (CAD)

SquareOne's Revit courses are delivered by our expert trainers who have vast experience of delivering focussed and dynamic training solutions.

Our Revit Training

We offer a number of Revit Training options. Please click the links below for more information.

  • AutoCAD Architecture - Foundation

    Our introduction course is designed for users with very little or no experience of using AutoCAD Architecture. However, although no previous CAD experience is necessary, any drafting, design or architectural, engineering experience would be an advantage.

  • AutoCAD Architecture - Workshop

    This course is intended for existing users of AutoCAD Architecture who require a one day workshop to enhance their knowledge of the product.

  • AutoCAD Architecture - Refresher

    Our refresher course is targeted at existing users of AutoCAD Architecture who have recently upgraded to a newer version of the software. This one day course familiarises delegates with the newer version and teaches them how to use any new features which have been included.

  • Revit Architecture Essentials

    Understand Revit’s interface and terminology, set up and begin a project, create a model using architectural components, create and modify roofs, stairs and railings, dynamic drawing schedules, detail your model using call out and drafting views and understand project collaboration

If you are not sure about the training you require, please do not hesitate to contact us for free, confidential guidance.

Revit Training Locations

We can provide in- house training solutions at your office in any location in the UK or Europe. We frequently deliver training in Wirral, Merseyside, Liverpool, Manchester, Blackpool, London, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Chester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leatherhead and Warrington. For more information about our training locations please click here.

For more information about any of our courses please call +44 (0)151 650 6907,
email enquiries@squareonetraining.com or complete an enquiry form.

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