Cert Prep: Revit Structure Certified Professional

Cert Prep: Revit Structure Certified Professional

Revit Structure certification proves you know the program inside and out, and it's a signal to employers and clients that you are a trustworthy professional. Study to become a Revit Structure Certified Professional with this prep course from authorized Autodesk trainer Eric Wing. He covers specific skills covered by the 35-question exam, including the three key areas covered in the certification roadmap: collaboration, modeling, and documentation. Brush up on topics such as working with levels and grids; importing and linking existing models and files; modeling structural elements such as foundations, steel and concrete framing, and stairs and ramps; adding dimensions and annotations to drawings; and producing detailed schedules and sheets.

Once you're finished with this course, you can feel confident taking the Revit Structure 2015 Certified Professional exam.

Topics include:

  • Creating and modifying levels
  • Importing AutoCAD files
  • Linking models
  • Modeling columns, walls, floors, beam systems, roofs, stairs, and ramps
  • Adding and editing text annotations
  • Using dimensions
  • Creating schedules and standard sheets


  • 英文名称:Cert Prep: Revit Structure Certified Professional
  • 时长:3小时47分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Welcome
  2. Using the exercise files
  3. What's new
  4. Create and modify levels
  5. Create and modify structural grids
  6. Import AutoCAD files into Revit
  7. Link Revit models
  8. Control the visibility for linked objects
  9. Resolve Coordination Review errors
  10. Place and modify structural columns
  11. Place and modify walls
  12. Create custom wall types
  13. Create concrete slabs and/or floors
  14. Place footings
  15. Create and modify stepped walls in foundations
  16. Place rebar
  17. Place free form rebar
  18. Add beams
  19. Add beam systems
  20. Add joists
  21. Add cross bracing to joists
  22. Work with roofs
  23. Model floors
  24. Create and modify stairs
  25. Create and modify shaft openings
  26. Create and modify ramps
  27. Create and use trusses
  28. Use temporary dimensions
  29. Annotate beams
  30. Add and modify text annotations
  31. Add and use dimensions
  32. Use detail components
  33. Create and modify column schedules
  34. Create and modify footing schedules
  35. Create and modify standard sheets
  36. Configuring the connection settings
  37. Adding a base plate
  38. Adding a clip angle
  39. Adding a column support
  40. Customizing a connection
  41. Breaking a connection
  42. Adding a plate and bolts
  43. Adding welds and symbols
  44. Adding modifiers
  45. Adding a miter
  46. Adding parametric cuts
  47. Next steps