Archive for the ‘Revit Classes’ Category

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2011 AU Classes

November 19, 2011

Did you know that your subscription service allows you to attend all the AU classes from the previous Autodesk University?   Here’s the Link: http://au.autodesk.com/?nd=au2011_event 

Just sign in with your subscription username & password (upper right of screen) and you can brush up on your Revit skills over the holidays. 


Enjoy
Carl 

 

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Pima College CAD166 – Introduction to Revit

April 12, 2011

If you haven’t jumped into Revit yet there is a great opportunity to do so over the summer in what some of us are calling “An Extended Lunch hour”.  Pima Community College is holding CAD166 over the summer as an Introduction to Revit. The course which is typically held over 16 weeks will be condensed into 8 weeks and be taught by Jake Boen, RA.

For those who don’t know Jake, he is a Tucson architect who has over 14 years experience in the building industry. He has 9 years of experience working in Revit Architecture and has successfully implemented Revit in local architecture and mechanical engineering firms.  Jake has also co-presented at Autodesk University and is certified by Autodesk in Revit Architecture 2011.

The course is limited in size and as of this post is already over 50% filled. It is recommend that you sign up at your earliest convenience if you are interested.  One side benefit of becoming a student is your ability to download a fully functional student version of Revit which is licensed to you (as a student) for 3 years.


Click on the images to enlarge and see the official schedule at Pima.edu.

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Virtual AU2010

November 10, 2010

Those who are not attending Autodesk University 2010 should note that you get a free pass of Virtual Autodesk University with your Autodesk Subscription.
If you are not on Subscription you should find someone who is attending AU2010 and beg, plead or steal one of their 4 free passes they have available.

AU Virtual Standard Pass – Available to any AU member

  • Provides access to a limited selection of virtual classes and product clinics with live interactive Q&A.
  • Real-time keynote viewing.
  • Insider interviews from the Las Vegas conference, roundtable discussions, industry news, interviews, and real-time networking with colleagues.
  • Cost: Free! You just need an AU Online account. Register and enjoy all the benefits of membership.

AU Virtual Premier Pass – Full access for only US$139

  • Everything included with the Standard Pass.
  • More than 200 additional classes, product clinics, and keynotes in English, Portuguese, and Spanish during the live event.
  • Access to 350+ on-demand classes from AU 2010 after the event.
  • Cost: Only US $139. Free if you are an Autodesk Subscription customer or a member of the Autodesk Student Community.

And, everyone registered for AU 2010 in Las Vegas—the physical event— automatically gets Premier-level access and four (4) more free AU Virtual Premier Passes to share with colleagues.

Once you have your pass in hand (xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx) go here to register.  The pass will be entered as the Registration Promo Code. Each pass is good for one registration.

-Jake

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2011 Revit Technology Conference – USA

August 27, 2010

The 2011 Revit Technology Conference – USA will be held at The Hyatt Huntington Beach, Thursday – Saturday, 23 – 25 June 2011. This Conference is much like a User Group Meeting on Steroids.  Organized by Users for Users the information provided at these conferences is targeted to solve problems, address efficiencies and help with production as it relates to BIM related technologies with specific emphasis on Revit.

To find out more check out the RTC Newsletter.

Enjoy Carl

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Revit Classes at Pima College

July 25, 2010

Pima College appears to have expanded their Revit course offerings.  Here are the relavent links.

Search Results – Revit

CAD Class Listings Fall 2010

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Phoenix Metro – Revit Classes Fall 2010

July 24, 2010

I discovered several Revit classes being offered in the Phoenix area for the fall of 2010 so I thought I would share them with you.