Revit Architecture & Structure Course

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Get up and running with Revit Architecture for cutting edge Architectural design. This course is designed for students who have no prior Revit Experience and want to learn the Basics.

Our instructor will help you get comfortable with the Revit Environment.

We shall then demonstrate how to setup a new project and add grids, levels, and dimensions that will help you anchor your design.

Then we will dive into modelling: by adding walls, and windows; using joins and constraints; create groups, linking DWG files and modelling floors, roofs and ceilings. We will also demonstrate advanced techniques for modelling stairs and complex walls, adding rooms and creating schedules and quantity take offs.

Finally discover how to annotate your drawings so all the components are clearly understood, as well as output sheets to PDF and AutoCAD.  

Introduction to Revit


– What is Revit?
– Introduction to Building Information Modelling (BIM)
– The Recent Files Screen
– Getting Familiar with the user interface
– View Navigation
– Selections in Revit
– Working on one model with many views
– Understanding the Revit Element hierarchy

Starting a new Project in Revit


– Creating a new project from a template
– Configuring a new project
– Configuring Save & Backup options
– Adding Levels
– Adding Grids
– Refining a layout with temporary dimensions
– Adding Columns

Modelling in Revit


– Adding Walls
– Wall properties & types
– Using Snaps
– Understanding object constraints
– Locating Walls
– Using the modify tools
– Adding Doors & Windows
– Creating Curtain Walls

Links, Imports & Groups in Revit


– Linking AutoCAD DWG Files
– Other CAD Inserts
– Import tips
– Creating Revit Links
– Rotating & aligning a Revit link
– Creating Groups
– Mirroring Groups
– Managing links
– Importing a PDF

Sketch Based Modelling Components in Revit


– Creating Floors
– Creating Footprint roofs
– Attaching walls to roofs
– Creating extrusion roofs
– Using the shape editing tools to create a flat roof
– Creating Ceilings
– Adding openings
– Creating Shafts

Stairs in Revit


– Adding Stairs
– Editing Stairs
– Adding Railings
– Adding Extensions to Railings

Complex Walls in Revit


– Understating Wall families
– Creating a custom basic wall type
– Stacked Walls
– Creating wall sweeps & Reveals
– Adding slanted walls

Visibility and Control Graphics in Revit


– Using object styles
– Working with visibility and graphic overrides
– Recommendations for annotation visibility
– Using view templates
– Hiding & isolating objects in a model
– View extents & crop regions
– View Range
– Displaying Objects and below in plan views

Rooms in Revit


– Adding Rooms
– Using Room Boundaries
– Controlling Room names and numbering
– Room Colours & Hatches

Schedules & Tags in Revit


– Introduction to Revit Tags
– Modifying room tags
– Adding schedule views
– Modifying schedule views
– Creating Quantity take offs

Annotations in Revit


– Adding text in Revit
– Text Formatting
– Adding Dimensions
– Adding Symbols

Detail Views in Revit


– Adding legend views
– Creating a detail callout
– Creating Camera Views
– Creating Section views
– Creating Callout views

Basic of the Family Editor in Revit


– Families
– Creating a new family from a template
– Using reference planes, parameters and constrains
– Adding Solid Geometry to your family
– Adding Solid Geometry
– Completing the Family

Revit Structure


– Setting up your structure project
– Creating levels and grids
– Adding columns to the project
– Adding beams to the project
– Adding beam systems to the project
– Adding steel connections
– Adding foundation walls
– Adding isolated footings
– Creating rebar systems
– Creating BOQ’S & Quantity Take Off’s

Sheets, Plotting & Publishing in Revit


– Understating sheets and view references
– Adding a new sheet
– Creating a sheet index
– Working with placeholder sheets
– Aligning views with a guide grid
– Exporting to AutoCAD
– Plotting and creating a PDF

Who Should Attend?

This course is for new Autodesk Revit Architecture & Revit Structure users or other Autodesk software users who want to learn essential elements of Autodesk Revit Architecture & Revit Structure. No previous CAD experience is necessary.

However, architectural design, drafting or engineering experience is highly recommended. It is recommended that delegates have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 10.


What is the cost of the course?

The cost of every course is Euro 299

How many sessions are included?

You will have 8 sessions of 2 hours each

Will I get free Software?

Students will receive a free copy of the latest software, which they can use for the duration of the course.

Will I get a certificate?

Yes at the end of the course a certificate of completion will be issued for each participant

Does the course start from basic?

Yes the course starts from basic level, and covers as well advanced modules

How are the lesson delivered?

Our courses are generally class based courses, and are delivered by means of short tutorials and hands on excercises

Do I need to bring my laptop with me?

you don’t need to bring your laptop with you as every student will have access to a computer / laptop for the entire course

Will we be doing projects?

Yes during the course we shall also be doing workshops, and you can save a copy of these project files on your personal USB Stick

How big are the classrooms

The classes hold up till 12 students










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Total seating

8 seats




16 Hours


5:45 pm – 7:45 pm

Starting date



From Basic Level



Course Includes

  • Use of our computers
  • Latest software installed on our computers
  • Detailed lectures
  • Hands-on practice

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I have taken two courses with CAD Point Malta on AutoCAD and Revit Architecture and found them informative, well-structured and I learned a lot. I really enjoyed the hands-on exercises delivered during the classes.

Maria Zammit

AutoCAD & Revit Student


I have taken two courses with CAD Point Malta on AutoCAD and Revit Architecture and found them informative, well-structured and I learned a lot. I really enjoyed the hands-on exercises delivered during the classes.

Maria Zammit

AutoCAD & Revit Student

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