Project Description


Welkin Course Code: RVTS

Autodesk Authorised Training Centre

Course Features

Revit’s applications cover different areas of the building and of course structural engineering.
In addition to preparing a state-of-the-art structural BIM model for structural engineers, Revit also provides complete functionality that allows engineers to preview design results and produce high-quality, consistent design files.
More importantly, we can manage the Revit structural analysis model and link to third-party analysis tools (such as ETABS, Robot Structural Analysis, etc.) to provide mechanical data and keep up with design changes.

This course will teach its structural engineering applications with the latest Revit, allowing students to:

  • Fabricating components of structural engineering in the Revit BIM model to create a structural building model
  • Link other architectural disciplines (such as Architecture. MEP, etc.) for collaborative production to reduce design errors
  • Prepare and design a consistent Analytical Model for further analysis.
  • This course is designed from the ground up to the full use of the students to manage BIM projects.
  • Use AOTG (Autodesk Official Training Materials) to ensure the quality of the course.
  • Upon completion of the course, the student will be awarded the Autodesk Original Approved Certificate of Practice, which will give you a professional recognition.
  • Use the latest version of the software to ensure that students can master the latest technology.
  • Students will receive Autodesk Student Edition software.
  • Students can receive extracurricular learning support from the online platform.
  • BIM technology has become the upcoming trend and standard in the building industry.
  • The course gives you practical and solid training on using Revit Structure.
  • AOTC (Autodesk Offical Training Courseware) is used to ensure the highest quality.
  • Students will receive the Autodesk Official Course Completion Certificate at the end of the course.

Learn from the Experts

Get Professional Recognition

Certify your BIM skills with Autodesk Revit Professional certification. The certification is not a requirement for course completion but we highly recommend you to get your skills professionally recognized.
Remark: The course fee does not include the certification exam.

Further Study

After completing this course you may further develop your knowledge and skills in BIM technologies with the course Advanced Certificate in BIM Analysis with Navisworks.

Course Fee


Course Duration

18 Hours

Course Prerequisites

Course participants should be computer-literate with a sound working knowledge of Microsoft Windows and have a basic understanding of building design and Revit operations, preferably from the course BIM Design with Autodesk Revit.

Title of Award

Applicants should be computer-literate with a sound working knowledge of the Windows operating systems and have a basic understanding of building design and Revit operation, preferably previous study of BIM Design with Autodesk Revit.

Schedule & Online Enrolment

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Advanced Certificate in Revit Structure
Course No. 課程編號Info. 語言/系統/地點Start 開課日End 完課日Day(s) 上課日Time 上課時段Duration 課程長度Enrol 報名
RVTS-35C3KCantonese / PC / MongKok06/0522/05WED,FRI1900-220018 hours / 6 sessions20200506


Revit applications covers different areas of the building, which includes Structural Engineering design. In addition to enable structure engineers to prepare their sophisticated BIM model, Revit provides a complete set of features to enable engineers to preview the results, and produce design documents of high quality and consistency. More importantly, we can manage the Revit Structure model, and link to third-party analysis tools (such as ETABS, Robot Structural Analysis, etc.) to provide mechanical data, and align to design changes. This course will be conducted with the latest version of Revit software to deliver its Structural Engineering application, upon completion, students can

  • Create structural engineering components in the Revit BIM model, and output structural model
  • Links to other building professionals (such as Architecture. MEP, etc.) for collaboration to reduce design errors
  • Prepare and design a consistent Analytical Model for further analysis

Things you need to know about BIM

Building Information Modeling

  • Workflow and BIM
  • Views and Sheets

Setting up Levels and Grids

  • Setting Up Levels
  • Modifying Levels
  • Creating Structural Grids
  • Adding Grids
  • Modifying Grid Lines

Working with Views

  • Duplicating Views
  • Duplication Types
  • Adding Callout Views
  • Modifying Callouts
  • Setting the View Display
  • Underlays
  • View Range
  • Overriding Graphics in a View
  • Elevations and Sections
  • Elevations
  • Sections
  • Modifying Elevations and Sections

Starting Structural Projects

  • Importing and Linking CAD Drawings
  • Modifying Imported/Linked CAD Files
  • Linking in Architectural Projects
  • Managing Links
  • Copying and Monitoring Elements
  • Copy/Monitor Options
  • Monitoring Elements
  • Working with Monitored Elements

Adding Columns and Walls

  • Placing Vertical Structural Columns
  • Modifying Columns
  • Loading Structural Column Types
  • Placing Slanted Structural Columns
  • Working in3D Views
  • Working in Elevations or Sections
  • Drawing Walls
  • Modifying Walls

Adding Foundations and Structural Slabs

  • Creating Wall Footings
  • Isolated Footings
  • Working with Custom Families
  • Piers and Pilasters
  • Creating Structural Slabs
  • Modifying Slabs
  • Editing the Structure of a Slab
  • Slab Edges
  • Creating Shaft Openings
  • Structural Reinforcement
  • Structural Reinforcement
  • Structural Reinforcing Settings
  • Adding Rebar
  • Multi-planar Rebar
  • Viewing Rebar in 3D Views
  • Modifying Rebar Placement
  • Rebar Types
  • Editing Plan and Section Profiles
  • Reinforcing Walls, Floors, and Slabs
  • Area Reinforcement
  • Path Reinforcement
  • Modifying Area and Path Reinforcement
  • Fabric Reinforcement

Beams and Framing Systems

  • Adding Beams and Beam Systems
  • Modifying Beams
  • Sloping and Offsetting Beams
  • Adding Beam Cantilevers
  • Changing Justifications
  • Attaching a Column to a Beam
  • Applying Beam Coping
  • Editing Beam Joins
  • Framing Openings
  • Framing Annotation
  • Beam Annotations
  • Beam Systems Symbol
  • Adding Bracing
  • Modifying Bracing
  • Creating Groups
  • Cross Bracing Settings

Projects – Steel and Concrete Structures

  • Steel Structure – Additional Practices
  • Concrete Structure – Additional Practices

Practical BIM skills you will learn


  • Structural Schedules
  • Graphical Column Schedules
  • Modifying Graphical Column Schedules
  • Working with Schedules
  • Modifying Schedules
  • Modifying a Schedule on a Sheet
  • Importing and Exporting Schedules
  • Creating Schedules
  • Building Component Schedules
  • Material Takeoff Schedules
  • Modifying Schedules
  • Modifying Schedule Properties
  • Setting up Cell Appearance
  • Chapter 1 Family Concepts & Techniques

Introduction to Creating Families

  • Family Types
  • Host vs Stand-alone Families
  • Family Editor
  • Preparing to Create Families
  • Overview of Creating a Family
  • Creating the Parametric Framework
  • Setting up Reference Planes/Lines in
  • Families
  • Adding Dimensions
  • Flexing Geometry
  • Creating Family Elements
  • Creating 3D Elements
  • Additional Tools for Families
  • Aligning and Locking
  • Adding Controls
  • Adding Openings
  • Adding Lines
  • Text Tools
  • Adding Components
  • Creating Family Types
  • Visibility Display Settings
  • Overview of Family Creation
  • Locating Custom Family Files

Additional Families

  • Parametric Gusset Plate
  • Column Stiffeners (In-Place Family)
  • In-Place Slab Depression
  • Built-Up Column
  • Tapered Concrete Column
  • Precast Hollow Core Slab
  • Tapered Moment Frame

Creating Trusses

  • Truss Concepts and Techniques
  • Creating Truss Families
  • Using Trusses in Projects

Structural Analysis

  • Preparing Projects for Structural Analysis
  • Structural Settings
  • Symbolic Representation Settings
  • Load Cases
  • Load Combinations
  • Analytical Model Settings
  • Boundary Conditions Settings
  • Viewing Analytical Models
  • Analytical Settings and Views
  • Adjusting Analytical Models
  • Analytical Justifications
  • Analytical Properties
  • Manually Adjusting the Analytical Model
  • Placing Loads
  • Boundary Conditions
  • Adding Loads

Project Team Collaboration

  • Introduction to Worksets
  • Workset Definitions
  • Opening and Saving Workset-Related Projects
  • Saving Workset Related Files
  • Working in Workset-Related Projects
  • Editing Elements in Worksets
  • Permissions to Edit
  • Relinquishing Worksets
  • Ending the Day Using Worksets
  • Visibility and Display Options with Worksharing
  • Controlling Workset Visibility
  • Worksharing Display Options
  • Worksharing and Linked Models
  • Working with Worksets in Linked Models
  • Working in Workset-Related Projects
  • Setting Up Worksets
  • Placing Elements in Worksets
  • Creating the Central File
  • Other Workset Types
  • Best Practices for Worksets
  • Working with Company Policies
  • Tips for Using Worksets
  • Tips for Creating Worksets

Working with Shared Parameters

  • Project Parameters
  • Working with Shared Parameters

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