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The best way to get experience with Revit

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Hi all.

 

I am interested in getting hands on experience with Revit and BIM. So far I have watched a number of videos of how the software works, but would be interested in attending a course or undertaking e-learning. What would be the best approach for me to take?

 

I live in Birmingham, UK, and have come across some organisations which run 1 and 2 day courses so am aware that is one option, however those are pretty expensive.

 

Thanks

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I would look around local colleges and adult education centers for evening courses, these are usually more affordable.

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Nice, thanks. Ill consider that as an option, if there are any institutions reasonably near me where I can go for training.

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Sounds good, although I do not have access to the software myself at the moment, that is why I was hoping to get into hands-on training.

 

I would later be interested in joining online groups on Revit to be able to exchange ideas.

 

I am aware that purchasing Autodesk software is possible but on a subscription based license only, and it seems a bit costly for a casual user.

 

Thanks anyway.

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Revit can be installed as a trial for 30 days. After the 30 days, you still have full access to the program, you just can't save, export or print.

 

-TZ

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