Autodesk Revit - beginner to an intermediate level

Includes 1 main project, 15 quizzes & a Final Exam. For users of Revit 2018 and above

4.57 (7668 reviews)
Architectural Design
8 hours
Oct 2022
last update
regular price

What you will learn

When you complete this course you will have the skills and knowledge to take a project from start to finish using the tools and library provided by Autodesk.

First I will take you through the download and install process to ensure the software has been correctly installed.

Now with 15 added quizzes, at the end of every section.

After completing the course, I have created a 40 question exam, testing you on both skill and knowledge

Now with Imperial notes to follow along!

This course is available to download for offline use.


Autodesk Revit – For the Beginner user, bringing them right up to an intermediate level!

First, I will guide you through the install process, ensuring you have installed the correct library and region template. I will be using the UK Metric library and templates but don’t worry if you want to use another. All the processes will be the same and if I use a component from the UK library that isn’t available in your library, I will always suggest one for you.

As with BIM, you work solely on one single project, so I have constructed this course in the same way.

If you do not have previous experience with Revit or any CAD-based software, don’t worry. I will start off from the beginning building you up to be more than capable at creating your own Revit models.

The course will start off by giving a brief introduction to the fundamentals of a building, what BIM is, and then moving onto the basics of Revit; from the terminology that Revit uses to the tools and interface.

We will then begin to build on our project, introducing a new tool and feature as we progress.

Adding in the datum elements, such as the levels and grids.

Structural components, such as the Structural and Architectural columns

Major and Minor Components like the; walls, windows, doors, floors, stairs, ceilings, curtain walls, and roofs.

We will then take it to the next level and learn how to create 2D details, how to tag the components, create schedules & legends, creating render images and video walkthroughs.

Finally, we will set up our sheets and send it to print.

Alongside the videos, I have supplied you with course notes to follow along with as well as some files to work with.

As a recap, I have added a quiz to every section. This won’t affect your final certificate but will refresh what you have just learned.

Once you complete the course, why not test out your new skills by taking the final exam, consisting of 40 questions!

Finally, I continually update this course to keep it up to date with the new releases as well as add new videos.

I look forward to seeing you in class!


Touring the Interface

1.1 Start Screen
1.2 File Tab, Quick Access Toolbar & Info Centre
1.3 Tabs, Ribbons & Panels
1.4 Properties Palette & Project Browser
1.5 Status Bar, View Controls, Selection Toggles & Context Menu
1.6 Navigating the Drawing Area
1.7 Contextual Tab
1.8 Terminology

Introduction to Walls

2.1 Introduction to Walls & the Wall Panel
2.2 Wall Option Bar
2.3 Wall Properties Palette

Basic Tools

3.1 Align, Offset, Mirror – Pick Axis, Mirror – Draw Axis
3.2 Move, Copy, Rotate, Trim/Extend to corner, T/E single element, T/E multiple
3.3 Split element, Pin, Array, Scale, Delete

Datum Elements

4.1 Defining the buildings levels & creating reference levels
4.2 Creating the Grid system

Major Components

5.1 Placing Structural Columns on the grid
5.2 Placing Architectural Columns on the grid
5.3 Placing the External Walls
5.4 Placing the Internal Wall
5.5 Using the Equality Constraints
5.6 Placing the Ground Floor slab
5.7 Placing a boundary footpath

Minor Components

6.1 Placing Doors from the Type Selector
6.2 Loading Doors from the Library
6.3 Creating a new Door Type
6.4 Adding a Wall Opening
6.5 Editing the Walls Profile to create an opening
6.6 Adding a Structural Opening to the wall
6.7 Placing Windows

Creating the next level

7.1 Increasing Top Constraint
7.2 Placing the First Floor slab
7.3 Adding a Shaft Opening to the slab
7.4 Selection Filter and Aligned to Selected Levels

Vertical Circulation

8.1 Stair by Component
8.2 Stair by Sketch
8.3 Creating project stair
8.4 Placing a Railing
8.5 Creating a Railing

Roof Component

9.1 Introduction to Roof by Footprint
9.2 Pitched roof by Footprint
9.3 Flat roof by Footprint
9.4 Roof by Extrusion

Curtain Walls

10.1 Introduction to Curtain Walls
10.2 Constructing a Curtain Wall
10.3 Create ‘Curtain Wall – Entrance’
10.4 Create ‘Curtain Wall – Rear’
10.5 Create ‘Curtain Wall – Front’

Reflected Ceiling Plan

11.1 Introduction to Reflected Ceilings
11.2 Adjusting the Ceiling position
11.3 Creating the First Floor Ceiling Plan
11.4 Adding Components to the Ceiling
11.5 Example of Rendered ceiling components

Creating a 2D Detail (Callout)

12.1 Setting up a Callout
12.2 Masking and Filled Regions
12.3 Detail Components and Repeating Detail Components
12.4 Placing Insulation
12.5 Using the Detail Line and Creating a Line Style
12.6 Adding Text with Leaders
12.7 Adding Break Lines


13.1 Introduction to Dimensions by Individual References
13.2 Dimension by Entire Wall
13.3 Witness Lines
13.4 Modifying a Dimension

Tags, Schedules & Legends

14.1 Introduction to Tags
14.2 Adding information to the Tags
14.3 Placing Window Tags
14.4 Placing Wall Tags
14.5 Applying Tags to First Floor
14.6 Creating a Room and Placing Room Tags
14.7 Creating a Room Legend
14.8 Creating a Room Schedule
14.9 Creating a Door Schedule
14.10 Creating a Window Schedule
14.11 Creating a Door & Window Legend


15.1 Introduction to Shadows and Sun settings
15.2 Creating a One-Day Solar Study
15.3 Introduction to Rendering and Rendering first image
15.4 Rendering second image
15.5 Introduction to Walkthroughs
15.6 Modifying a Walkthrough
15.7 Creating a Walkthrough over two levels

Create Sheets & Print

16.1 Opening a Sheet and overview of the Title-block
16.2 Setting up a Sheet part 1
16.3 Setting up a Sheet part 2
16.4 Adding Render views & Callouts to Sheet
16.5 Loading an A2 Title-block
16.6 Duplicating views
16.7 Page Setup & Printing


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November 4, 2022
Really loved taking this course. I found it very helpful and easy to follow after not using Autocad in years!
November 2, 2022
I've tried other Revit beginner courses but found they try to teach you too much at once. This course, is easy to follow and a very good intoduction. Just a shame I can't find an intermediates course by the same tutor.
October 16, 2022
This course is very well organized. The instructor did an amazing job with delivering course and showing the work practically. The quizzes and the final exam were excellent for double-checking what we learned. I learned a lot as a beginner in Revit and would highly recommend this course to others.
October 13, 2022
It is still in its early stages of the course, setting up the software, but it was very well instructed.
October 12, 2022
The course gave me a clear brief on the tools and properties. Very neat and crisp explanation, and the final exam recollects the overall course.
October 12, 2022
not gonna lie im in Nigeria and things are pretty expensive to do it appears that I don't have the specs and have the wrong outdated software
September 21, 2022
The course is excellent but it needs a course guide as students forget and would like to go back to the course guide
September 8, 2022
This teacher is great. I learn that this courses is about me willing to learn, but the teacher is a important key. I learn more than the class you guys offer Beginer to proffesional. that class is pretty bad.
August 19, 2022
I am a beginner with no idea. However, I will do my best to follow the instructions. I think I will succeed with the help of the instructions. The beginning is not easy, but I think I will make it.
August 15, 2022
I'm new to Revit and have found your delivery VERY helpful. I have not completed everything, but again wanted you to know that I appreciate what you've done.
August 13, 2022
This class is very clear and takes you step by step on what all icons and their components are used for! Very easy to follow.
August 12, 2022
I'm so grateful of this opportunity, at first I thought it wasn't ideal before I saw that this is a long video divided into segments to ease the process of learning and rather that I'd watch YouTube videos, but I finally gave it time and realized that it is very informative and detailed than other platforms. I'm learning quite well and I hope it'll be easy to take the info I've learned into actually designing on Revit.
July 29, 2022
Yes, it's a great course. I just wished it had an practice exercise at the end of each section so I could test if I really undestood it.
July 14, 2022
I think he should use the icons and not the command and then tell people about what the command is for it. Show people where to go.
July 12, 2022
Great course, but I'm giving it 4 stars because having to convert everything to feet and inches is a bit of a pain. It would be helpful if I pop-up window came up to say what the feet and inches are.


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