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yulia
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Revit Training Guidelines – Best Proved Methods For Training New People.

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11-05-2004 02:50 PM
I was given an assignment at my firm to create a standard Training Guidelines Booklet for those new hires who does not know the program. I have started working in Revit very recently myself and worked in the program only sporadically. I did some on-line training, tutorials etc. But I am still not sure what would be the best training system: order, chronology, documentation and intensity of new materials. If you have any suggestions, please let me know A.S.A.P.
*Jeffrey McGrew
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Re: Revit Training Guidelines – Best Proved Me thods For Training New People.

11-06-2004 11:28 AM in reply to: yulia
yulia wrote: > I was given an assignment at my firm to create a standard Training Guidelines Booklet for those new hires who does not know the program. I have started working in Revit very recently myself and worked in the program only sporadically. I did some on-line training, tutorials etc. But I am still not sure what would be the best training system: order, chronology, documentation and intensity of new materials. If you have any suggestions, please let me know A.S.A.P. Autodesk actually has two books, one's for a four day basic class and another's for a three day advanced class. They cover everything and are pretty good. If you're looking for something to use quick, either to base your own training materials off of or to simply use it would probably be your best bet, considering that you yourself haven't used Revit very much at this point. Hashing out a full training guide for an office is very time consuming, even for someone very well versed in the software, so I'd recommend that you look into something already written rather than spend the time and money recreating it... just my 2 cents. Jeffrey
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yulia
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Re: Revit Training Guidelines – Best Proved Me thods For Training New People.

11-08-2004 06:27 AM in reply to: yulia
Thnks, Jeffrey.

It is really helpful but if you know the names of these books I would greatly appreciate it. Where do we get it? through Revit web site?

Yulia.
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