Once you're finished with this course, you can feel confident taking the Revit MEP 2015 Certified Professional exam.
- Importing AutoCAD files into Revit
- Linking Revit models
- Using worksets
- Creating new family types
- Adding and modifying panels, circuits, switches, conduits, and more
- Creating detail views
Skill Level Intermediate
(digitized music) - [Instructor] Hi, I'm Eric Wing, and welcome to the course. Since Revit has become the go-to application for the AEC industry, certification is becoming a bigger and bigger deal to have on your resume. Although there are many other similar courses in the library, this course drills into the specific topics on the exam. In this course, learn how to collaborate with Revit architecture models, and even AutoCAD files. I'll start by showing ya how to link and import models. Then I'll show ya how to configure distribution systems and electrical connectors.
We'll learn how to model electrical fixtures, panels, wiring and electrical circuits. We'll be covering all these features, plus plenty of other tools and techniques. Since this is a certification course, it is understood that there's been some prior exposure to Revit MEP. If not, that's fine. There are plenty of Revit MEP courses in the library you can watch first, to get a head start. Now, let's get started.
Q: This course was updated on 11/01/2017. What changed?
A: A new video was added that covers creating and applying filters. In addition, the following topics were updated: collaboration, elements, modeling, and views and sheets.
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