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Online Revit Training on Families (Level 1, generic) with Alfredo Medina

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03-05-2013 12:32 PM

I am offering the following online training course on Revit families:

 

REVIT FAMILIES, Level 1

(generic families)


Length of the course : 16 hours

Method : online, live classes with the instructor. Hands-on, project-based. Emphasis on workflow.

Number of students per class: individual, or small groups if necessary, up to 4 people.

Type of families : generic families (samples of annotation families, profiles, detail components, and different kinds of generic families, such as furniture, casework, etc.)

Frequency: 2 hours a day, usually from Monday to Thursday, 8 hours a week. 2 weeks in total.

Documentation of support: in threads at the Planta1 forum

Extended support: During the first two weeks and 2 months after, support on these topics at the Planta1 forum,

Hours: Some typical options are: 1 to 3 p.m., 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. or 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. US Eastern.

Who can attend: users of Revit of any discipline, including users of Revit LT

What do you need: Internet, a headset, and Revit (2013 or similar), or Revit LT.

Instructor: Alfredo Medina,

Member of the Autodesk Expert Elite group, speaker at Autodesk University and Revit Technology Conference.

Schedule: on demand.

Additional topics not covered in these 16 hours, such as connectors, can be ordered separately.

For payments and more detailed information, please visit Planta1.com/store at:

http://store.planta1.com/product_p/fae-l1.htm

For questions, please email me at: info@planta1.com

 

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