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Revit Architecture II Course Complete Intermediate Training

Revit Architecture II Course Complete Intermediate Training

  • This Complete Intermediate Training course will lead the user to Master intermediate level techniques and create a variety of detailed building projects with the world’s leading Building Information Modeling software, Revit Architecture.

  • Revit Architecture II Course-  Covers intermediate topics such as advanced annotation methods, door and window schedules and basic site modelling tools  (including topographical surfaces, basic structural elements, camera and perspective view creation, rendering, lights and materials)

  • This course is also designed for those people interested in advancing their employment opportunities.

Revit Architecture II Course Complete Intermediate Training is structured the following way:

Lesson 1: Creating railings: Customizing railing properties. Controlling posts and balusters.

Lesson 2: Working with model lines and detail lines: Using linework, split face, and paint tools. Adding text notes.

Lesson 3: Using the Create tool and working with simple in place families: Sketching with work plans and reference planes.

Lesson 4: Site Components: Introduction to Site components and adding a simple topographical surface. Printing and publishing a Revit project.

Lesson 5: Introduction to Revit Sketch Based Modeling concepts: Creating Extrusions, Revolves, Sweeps, Blends, and Swept Blends

Lesson 6: Introduction to the Family Editor: Creating a Loadable family framework and flexing parameters.

Lesson 7: Creating and working with Family Types: Creating and dimensioning family geometry. Working with parameters and sub-categories

Lesson 8: Managing Family Visibility and detail levels: Working with nested families and linking family parameters.

Lesson 9: Introduction to Massing Studies and Conceptual Design: Working with conceptual design tools and form making methods.

Lesson 10: Manipulating Mass Forms: Manipulating mass forms and modifying mass forms with X-Ray mode, Edge editing, and Profile editing.

Lesson 11: Mass Floors and Model by Face: Creating Mass floors and using the Model by Face tool to generate Floors, Roofs, Walls, and Curtain Systems.

Lesson 12: Surface Rationalization: Introduction to Surface Rationalization with the Divide Surface and Surface Pattern tools.

  • Assignment 1 – The first assignment covers all material in the first 4 lessons

  • Assignment 2 – The second assignment covers all material from lesson 5 to lesson 8.

  • Assignment 3 – The third assignment covers all from lesson 9 to lesson 12.

Upon successful completion of this Revit course, the students will have reliably demonstrated the ability to:

  • Create a full residential sheet set in electronic format.

  • Create Component Families in the Family Editor

  • Create and modify mass families in the Conceptual Design environment.

  • Apply surface division and rationalization techniques to conceptual models.

  • Develop building models from conceptual masses.

What Is BIM?

  • Unlike CAD Software, which uses software tools to generate digital 2D and/or 3D drawings, BIM facilitates a new way of working: creating designs with intelligent objects. Regardless of how many times the design changes—or who changes it—the data remains consistent, coordinated, and more accurate across all stakeholders. Cross-functional project teams in the building and infrastructure industries use these model-based designs as the basis for new, more efficient collaborative workflows that give all stakeholders a clearer vision of the project and increase their ability to make more informed decisions faster. 

  • With BIM, the model is actually a complex database and the room is a database element that contains both geometric information and nongraphic data. Drawings, views, schedules, and so on are ―live views of the underlying building database. If designers change a model element, the BIM software automatically coordinates the change in all views that display that element—including 2D views, such as drawings, and informational views, such as schedules—because they are all views of the same underlying information.


Webelocity Designs, is an integrated practice of architecture, engineering, designers and construction professionals personally invested in delivering creative and practical built environments that enrich communities.

Core Values


We are committed to ongoing quality improvement initiatives to ensure we deliver solutions that meet our clients’ expectations of quality and value. Our dedication to project success influences everything we do and ensures our clients are satisfied, and that we enjoy mutual success.

Client Focus

We want every client to receive the best service we can provide and for them to feel we have contributed real value to their project. We want our clients to be confident in recommending our services to others.


We strive to work ethically in all areas of our business and in our interactions with our people and everyone we meet in our communities and beyond.

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about half way

About half way through the course the video becomes slightly stretched to a different aspect ratio.

not by much

Not by much, but it can be annoying when working with geometry.

very well explain

Very well explain all chapers Similar methods/tools should not repeat too many times, end up the duration of the course too long.

annoying when working

becomes slightly stretched

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One of the best courses i watched.


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Length 19.5 total hours
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Instructor Webelocity Designs
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Language English
Subjects Art & Design
Tags Design Architectural Design

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