Project Delivery with Autodesk Revit - Architecture - Introductory

Online /
Feb 22,Mar 1,8 2022 /
Course Code: 12-0244-ONL22

  • Overview
  • Syllabus
  • Instructor


Please note, This instructor-led course has specific dates and times:
This course is held over three days from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Eastern) with 2 - 15 Minute Breaks and 1 Hour Lunch Break.

After participating in this course, you will be able to:

  • Gain an understanding of building Information modeling principles used by industry
  • Develop an understanding of model navigation and development within the Autodesk Revit platform
  • Develop a design intent model for document development
  • Understand the concepts and best practices for model development
  • Gain an understanding in collaboration using Autodesk Revit


    Building Information Modeling (BIM) is no longer an emerging idea. It has solidified itself as the future of delivering projects in the AEC industry, and is being requested by an increasing number of clients.

    Autodesk Revit is the most common BIM authoring tool in North America. As more of the industry moves towards working with BIM, it will be vital to not only have advanced skills using Revit, but also know how to best leverage it on projects. In this introductory course, you will begin your journey in mastering Revit to deliver successful and profitable projects.

Course Outline:

  • Principles of Building Information Modelling
  • The Revit interface
  • How to start a Revit Project
  • Managing project files
  • Creating and navigating project views
  • Adding content and developing the model
  • Conceptual and Schematic Design presentation options
  • Understanding the Revit Database
  • Working with multiple team members in a single model

Who Should Attend

  • Principals, Owners
  • Architects
  • Structural Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Project Managers
  • Architectural Technologist/Technicians
  • Interior Designers
  • Landscape Designers

Please note having Revit installed is highly recommended when taking this course.  You can download a 30-day free trial version by visiting the URL below:

Suggested Textbook:

Mastering Autodesk Revit 2020 ISBN-13: 978-1119570127, ISBN-10: 1119570123

Available for purchase from

More Information

Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Eastern Time

Please note: You can check other time zones here.


Schedule - 3 Days  -10:00am- 5:00pm


Day 1

  • Introduction to BIM
    • Industry context and history
    • Project Examples
  • Revit Interface overview
    • Modeling Tools
    • Annotation Tools
    • Properties and Parameters
  • Navigating the model
    • Revit Project Browser
    • 2D and 3D Views
    • Schedules
    • Legends
    • Sheets
  • Creating and managing project views
    • Floor Plans
    • Ceiling Plans
    • Elevations
    • Sections
    • Plan Details
    • 3D Views
    • Visibility Graphics
    • View Types
  • Level of Development
    • What is LOD and how is it measured?
    • Development of LOD over a project
    • Model Element Authors
  • Drafting in Revit
    • Using the 3D model for context
    • Drawing lines
    • Placing detail components
    • Adding text and dimensions

Day 2

  • Modeling techniques for Walls
    • Creating walls in plan
    • Modifying the heights of walls
    • Create openings in walls
    • Hosting doors and windows in walls
    • Creating new wall assemblies
    • Creating stacked walls
    • Curtain Walls
    • Documentation parameters
  • Floors
    • Adding floors to the model
    • Creating new floor assemblies
    • Adding slopes to floors
    • Finish vs structural floors
    • Documentation parameters
  • Ceilings
    • Adding ceilings to the model
    • Creating new ceiling types
    • Documentation parameters
  • Rooms
    • Adding rooms to the project
    • Rooms tags
    • Room Schedules
  • Roofs
    • Sloped roofs
    • Flat roofs
    • Dormers
    • Creating new roof assemblies
    • Documentation parameters

Day 3

  • Circulation
    • Stairs
    • Ramps
    • Railings
  • 3D Family Management
    • Loading new families
    • Creating new family types
  • BIM Execution Plans
    • Purpose and goals
    • Templates and Examples
    • Collaboration Procedures
    • BIM Uses
  • Team model collaboration
    • Creating workshared models
    • Opening and synchronizing the model
    • Workset management


Jason Seifert

Jason Seifert is a Building Information Modeling expert with over 18+ years working within the AEC sector and 15+ years experience with design technologies related to BIM. Working as buildingSMART Manager for HOK and developing and implementing the use of BIM across various regions in Canada, U.S, UK and UAE, he provides consulting services providing strategic and technical guidance for firms utilizing BIM within the Architecture and Engineering sectors. Jason supports projects delivered with BIM workflows in Hospitals, Transportation, Multi-Level residential and projects delivered for a large automotive client.

Jason Siefert is a certified Autodesk Revit Expert who is engaged in the most current use of BIM workflows with various firms engaged with him. He has supported and managed various projects using Revit Arch, Revit Struct, Revit MEP, dRofus, Navisworks, BIM360, Clarity, Codebook, Enscape, Lumion, ArchiCAD, Dynamo and other BIM platforms which will expose students to the latest trends and best practices used by industry leaders today.

Kirk Stalkie

Kirk Stalkie is a CanBIM Certified Professional working at NORR Architects and Engineers as a Design Technology Manager, where he researches, develops and implements cutting edge BIM processes on a company-wide scale. Kirk has worked on projects in multiple sectors including major federal government campus projects, judicial buildings, hospitals and commercial buildings, performing the role of BIM Manager. Additionally, Kirk is a professor at Algonquin College in Ottawa, Ontario, where he teaches Revit to Architectural Technology students. He also was a course developer for the BIM Lifecycle Management Graduate Certificate program at Algonquin, in which he now teaches Workflow and Collaboration, exploring the latest technologies, software and processes related to BIM in the AEC industry. Further, Kirk is the Executive Director of Digital Built | National Capital Region, a Not for Profit connecting local industry experts with national and global leaders in technology implementation in AEC. Kirk is also a member of the Education and Industry Engagement Think Tank at CanBIM.

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Fee & Credits

$1575 + taxes

  • 2.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
  • 21 Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
  • ECAA Annual Professional Development Points

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