Building information modeling (BIM) is a data-led process that allows project teams to manage information from the design stage and throughout the construction lifecycle. Get the skills you need to become an integral part of a design team as a BIM Coordinator.
Apply an understanding of BIM principles to projects.
Understand the role current software like Revit and Navisworks play in the process.
Practice using cutting edge technology in your workflow.
Explore BIM 360 applications and features. Learn how to create a project, add users, put users in A360 teams, use A350 Drive, install 360 for Revit (C4R), create a shared 360 model, and more.
36m 29s • COURSE
Creating a BIM Execution Plan with Brian Myers
Explore the essential content you'll need in a BIM Execution Plan (BEP), and review the process of developing your own BEP.
1h 6m • COURSE
BIM Manager: Managing CAD Standards with Eric Wing
Discover what actually goes into a successful CAD standards implementation, and why these standards are important to your firm.
55m 33s • COURSE
Learning BIM 360 Glue with Eric Wing
Get every member of your team—everyone on the job, on the road, and in the office—up and running with BIM 360 Glue, the cloud-based BIM management software.
2h 43m • COURSE
BIM Manager: Managing Revit with Eric Wing
Gain insight on how building information modeling (BIM) managers use Revit, and how you can align this software with your company's standards and workflow.
2h 41m • COURSE
Revit 2018: Essential Training for Architecture (Imperial) with Paul F. Aubin
Learn the basics of using Revit 2018 for architectural design. This course is designed for those who have no prior Revit experience and want to work in imperial units (inches and feet).
11h 39m • COURSE
Revit 2018: Essential Training for MEP (Imperial) with Eric Wing
This course focuses solely on the MEP version of Revit. The course covers common workflows that can apply to any trade and also has chapters dedicated to specific trades, including electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and fire protection.
3h 52m • COURSE
Revit 2018: Essential Training for Structure with Eric Wing
Learn how to use Revit 2018 for structural engineering. Find out how to place steel columns, design foundations, add steel framing and rebar, and annotate, plot, and share drawings—using examples in imperial units (inches and feet).
5h 56m • COURSE
Revit Schedules with Eric Wing
Explore how to work with schedules in Revit. Learn about general schedules, adding and scheduling project parameters, material takeoffs, and more.
1h 35m • COURSE
Navisworks 2017 Essential Training with Eric Wing
Learn how to use Navisworks Manage and Navisworks Simulate to gain control and get a holistic view of your building projects. Create virtual builds and walk-throughs of your models and anticipate outcomes before you begin.
3h 22m • COURSE
Synchro Essential Training with Brian Myers
Use Synchro for virtual design and construction (VDC). Learn how to visualize models, schedule tasks, and manage projects more efficiently with Synchro.
2h 13m • COURSE
Dynamo: Revit Workflow with Ian Siegel
Use Dynamo to apply basic visual programming concepts to architectural design in Revit. Learn how to automate everyday tasks such as numbering rooms and calculating occupant loads.
1h 29m • COURSE
Dynamo Essential Training with Ian Siegel
Learn how to use Autodesk Dynamo with Revit. Generate algorithms to analyze data, read and edit data from outside sources, create geometry in Dynamo itself, or edit the geometry in Revit files.
3h 9m • COURSE
You'll learn BIM skills with these experts
Eric Wing—lead blogger at BIM Nation—is a nationally recognized trainer, consultant, speaker, and author.
Eric has written three books specifically related to the Revit platform: Revit Architecture 2010, Mastering Revit Structure (co-author), and Revit Structure Fundamentals. He is the international director of the Autodesk User Group Training Program (ATP), is a columnist for AUGIWorld magazine, and writes a monthly Revit column for AUGI called HotNews. Eric is a featured presenter and trainer at Autodesk University and at a variety of other events for architectural and engineering associations, including AIA and ACEC.
Brian Myers is a BIM manager and a consultant with over 27 years experience using Autodesk products.
Brian manages BIM projects for Alberici Constructors in St. Louis, MO. Prior to his time with Alberici, he served as MEP technology director for Leidos, managing BIM processes in multiple offices across the United States. He also owns and moderates the largest Revit and BIM group on LinkedIn, Revit Users, which has over 90,000 members.
CAD manager Paul F. Aubin a top-rated speaker at Autodesk University and author of Aubin Academy Mastering.
Paul F. Aubin is the author of many CAD and BIM book titles including the widely acclaimed The Aubin Academy Mastering Series. His latest book, Renaissance Revit, takes a deep dive into the Revit Family Editor. Paul has also authored several video training courses for lynda.com. He is an independent architectural consultant who travels internationally providing implementation, training, and support services. Paul's involvement in the architectural profession spans over 25 years, with experience that includes design, production, CAD management, mentoring, coaching, and training. He is an active member of the Autodesk user community, and has been a top-rated speaker at Autodesk University for many years. Paul is also a frequent speaker at the Revit Technology Conference (RTC) in both the US and Australia, at the BIM Workshops, and at Minnesota University. His diverse experience in architectural firms, as a CAD manager, and as an educator gives his writing and his classroom instruction a fresh and credible focus. Paul is an associate member of the American Institute of Architects. He lives in Chicago with his wife and three children.
Ian Siegel is a BIM practice specialist and educator. He has a fascination with technology and a passion for improving the process of architectural design. As a BIM practice specialist for Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates in New York City, he works closely with teams of designers to develop custom tools and workflows that allow them to design freely, document efficiently, and coordinate effectively. Ian began exploring Dynamo as a way to automate aspects of his design and documentation work in Revit, and now he enjoys sharing time-saving techniques with others in the industry who are looking to do the same.