This 30-hour course is aimed at mostly electrical engineers, but other engineers would benefit as well, wishing to gain a more detailed and complex knowledge to the use of Autodesk Revit MEP – electrical part and gain practical experience to confidentiality use the software in practice on complex projects. The course is delivered by one of Walter Academy’s registered ATC instructors using a combination of presentations, interactive sessions and work on real-life projects. Students will gain hands-on experience of using the Revit MEP software on topics listed in the program. The focus of the course will be a practical application of Autodesk Revit MEP – electrical part and the students will gain necessary knowledge to create Electrical Preliminary Design of their own projects. Furthermore, students will start preparation for Autodesk Revit Professional Certification. As recommended by Autodesk, upon completion of this course, students will need 400 hours hands-on experience prior to taking Autodesk Revit Professional Certification, should they wish to do so.
When it comes to pre-requisites, underlying knowledge of electrical design and drafting practice is recommended. Experience of using CAD packages is advantageous but not essential. Candidates should be accustomed to working with Microsoft Windows as well as possess general computer literacy.
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