Cert Prep: Revit for Architectural Design Professional

Cert Prep: Revit for Architectural Design Professional

Autodesk Certified Professional (ACP) is the industry-leading credential, a benchmark of your expertise in world-leading design programs like Revit. ACP gives you an “in” for interviews, and an indispensable advantage over the competition. So don’t go unprepared. Take this course to refresh and reinforce your knowledge of key domains in the Autodesk Certified Professional: Revit for Architectural Design exam. Join Autodesk Certified Instructor Shaun Bryant to brush up on topics such as importing and linking existing models and files; tagging elements; creating walls; building new family types; modeling floors, stairs, and roofs; creating views and legends; worksharing; and producing detailed schedules and sheets. Plus, get tips for registering with Certiport, the Autodesk exam provider.

Topics include:

  • What is Autodesk certification?
  • Modeling walls, floors, roofs, and ceilings
  • Working with columns
  • Using site and topography
  • Creating and editing materials
  • Configuring family types
  • Creating and deleting family instances
  • Creating a family
  • Dimensions and annotations
  • Design options
  • Configuring export settings
  • Creating and managing views
  • Managing imported and linked files
  • Worksharing
  • Project standards
  • Shared, project, and global parameters


  • 英文名称:Cert Prep: Revit for Architectural Design Professional
  • 时长:4小时23分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Being an Autodesk Revit Architecture Certified Professional
  2. What you should know before watching this course
  3. Using the exercise files
  4. Using the Revit 2020 interface
  5. The Revit Recent Files screen
  6. What is Autodesk certification?
  7. Certiport: The Autodesk exam provider
  8. Working with walls
  9. Working with wall types
  10. Working with floors, roofs, and ceilings
  11. Working with circulation elements: Stairs, ramps, and railings
  12. Working with columns: Architectural, structural, and structural grids
  13. Understanding the functions and limitations of model and detail groups
  14. Using massing elements
  15. Using site and topography
  16. Associating a material with an object or a style
  17. Creating and editing a basic material and its properties
  18. Loading a material library
  19. Creating, editing, and loading selection sets
  20. Working with rooms
  21. Working with areas
  22. Understanding and configuring family types
  23. Differentiating between different kinds of families
  24. Transferring families between projects
  25. Creating or deleting an instance or type parameter
  26. Determining the appropriate parameter, discipline, type, or grouping
  27. Modifying a room calculation point
  28. Selecting the appropriate family template
  29. Creating a simple family: Geometry, lines, reference planes, and dimensions, part 1
  30. Creating a simple family: Geometry, lines, reference planes, and dimensions, part 2
  31. Working with hosted and non-hosted elements in a model
  32. Dimensions and annotation families
  33. Using tags and tag categories
  34. Using a matchline and a view reference
  35. Loading and creating a detail component family
  36. Defining a repeating detail
  37. Understanding how to work with phases
  38. Understanding how to work with design options
  39. Understanding sheet issues, revisions, and revision clouds
  40. Configuring export settings for other projects and CAD drawings
  41. Configuring custom print setups
  42. Creating and using color scheme legends for areas and rooms
  43. Understanding browser organization and view properties
  44. Visibility and graphic overrides
  45. Applying and editing view templates
  46. Creating and managing callout views
  47. Setting up a view for rendering
  48. Setting up a sheet
  49. Duplicating views
  50. Developing and customizing schedules
  51. Manipulating schedule data
  52. Applying worksharing display modes
  53. Managing imported and linked files
  54. Managing a linked file
  55. Understanding the concept of copying and monitoring elements from a linked file, including interference checking
  56. Understanding how to use worksharing features
  57. Modifying level and grid types
  58. Transferring and reviewing project standards
  59. Editing object styles
  60. Understanding and using Purge
  61. Using the Audit and Compact tools, and assessing review warnings
  62. Understanding shared, project, and global parameters
  63. Next steps