Autodesk Revit Architecture Training in Abu Dhabi

Register for the Autodesk Revit Architecture course and learn to use the software for architectural design.


36 Hours












This Revit course will empower you to harness the power of business information modeling (BIM) to create complex and functional building designs. You will learn how to create coordinated 3D models that give everyone involved in construction — from other architects to engineers and contractors — better insights into how their individual work contributes to project outcomes.

REI’s Revit Architecture training courses will introduce you to the software’s functions and tools, particularly the architectural user interface. It will acquaint you with the views and modify tools, planning modeling, visibility controls, massing, constraints, and dimensions, material and rendering, groups and assembly, detailing, assembly, and many more. More importantly, REI’s Revit Architecture courses will help you maximize the potential of BIM in architecture design.

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Who Should Attend?

Our Revit Architecture courses are ideal for architects, engineers, contractors and everyone who is working in the construction industry, particularly in building design.

University students who are working towards a degree in architecture, civil engineering or any relevant field of study should also find this course useful.

Anyone who wants to build a career in construction, particularly in construction design, or wants to enhance their 3D model-based and BIM architecture design proficiency should attend.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this Autodesk Revit Architecture training in Abu Dhabi, students should be able to:

  • Understand and explain the concepts of business information modeling, objects, families, associations and relationships.
  • Efficiently and effectively use the Revit Architecture user interface and start projects using templates.
  • Manage and control the program’s many views, including elevation, section, sheet and 3D.
  • Quickly generate floor plans and renderings and place walls, doors and windows on building models.
  • Update designs and share them in real-time with team members, other teams or even clients.
  • Create and compile project documentation.

Become a globally competitive architect, designer or construction professional.
Master BIM architecture design through our Autodesk Revit Architecture course.


Course Outline

Our Revit Architecture training course is designed to train participants on how to use the Autodesk Revit software in building modeling and architecture design. Autodesk Revit is a BIM software that gives construction professionals, including architects, engineers and contractors the tools to collaborate on 3D building models.

In this course, training participants will learn to create building models, drawings, views and renderings using Autodesk Revit Architecture. They will learn how to optimize designs for constructability, cost-efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Course participants will also acquire the skills to create complex project visualizations and update designs that get automatically shared with engineers, contractors and other members of cross-functional project teams.


The Revit Architecture User Interface ✔ Introduction to BIM with Examples
✔ The Home Screen
✔ The Main Screen
✔ Ribbon
✔ Panels
✔ Tabs
✔ Dropdown Menu
✔ Shortcut Keys
✔ Customizing the User interface
Views & Modify tools ✔ Zoom And Plan Tools
✔ View Properties
✔ Other View Controls
✔ Adding New Views
✔ Template View
✔ 3d View
✔ Elevation View
✔ Section view
✔ Callout view
✔ Detail View
✔ Complete Modify Tab (Covers all the tools)
Planning Modeling ✔ Levels
✔ Basic Editing Tools
✔ Creating And Modifying Column Grids
✔ Walls
✔ Wall Profile
✔ Embedded Walls
✔ Modifying Wall Parameters
✔ Defining wall Structure
✔ Creating Doors and Windows
✔ Creating Curtain Walls
✔ Creating Floors
✔ Creating Ceilings
✔ Creating Stairs
✔ Creating Roofs
✔ Creating Ramps
Constraints and Dimensions ✔ Temporary Dimensions
✔ Permeate Dimensions
✔ Equality Constraint and Lock
✔ Spot Dimensions
✔ Units
✔ Multi Dimensions
Visibility Controls & Manage ✔ Essential Concepts of Visibility
✔ Object Styles
✔ Properties Pallet for Views
✔ Visibility/Graphics Overrides
✔ View Range
✔ Filters
✔ View Templates
✔ Linked Files
✔ Work Sets
✔ Project Setting
✔ Project Location
✔ Purge Unused
✔ Coordination
Model in Place Family ✔ Introduction to Families
✔ Understanding Family Organization
✔ Working with Families
✔ Shared Parameters, Project Parameters
✔ Creating Sample Families
✔ Creation of Family with Different Methods (Solid & Void)
✔ Extrusion
✔ Blend
✔ Revolve
✔ Sweep
✔ Swept Blend
Massing and Conceptual Mass ✔ Mass Objects
✔ Preferences and Work Planes
✔ Preparing to Create Mass forms
✔ Editing Forms
✔ Loadable Mass Families
✔ Face-Based Modeling
✔ Creating Mass Families from Imported Geometry
✔ Adaptive Mass
✔ Pattern Mass
✔ Modelling Mass
Groups and Assembly ✔ Group Organization
✔ Creating and editing a group
✔ Placing a group
✔ Detail group
✔ Linking, Saving, loading and reloading groups
✔ Assembly Items
Material and Rendering ✔ Applying Existing Material
✔ Customizing Material
✔ Creating New Material
✔ Rendering Workflow
✔ Setting the background
✔ Adding And Adjusting Material
✔ Real Time Rendering
✔ Multiday Rending
✔ Sun setting and Sun Path
Working with Other Files ✔ Linking Revit Models
✔ Controlling Display
✔ Working With CAD Files
✔ Exporting DWF Files
✔ Using Raster Files
Rooms, Areas, Parts ✔ Rooms
✔ Areas and Legend
✔ Parts
✔ Part Schedule
Tags, Schedules and Keynotes ✔ Tags
✔ Schedules
✔ Keynotes
✔ Linking with Families
Detailing ✔ Detail And Drafting Views
✔ Component Symbols and Fundamentals
✔ Detailing Tools
✔ Creating and Managing Detail Libraries
✔ About Title Blocks and Sheets
✔ Creating and Editing Title Block
✔ Setting Up Sheets
✔ Organizing Sheets
✔ Scheduling
✔ Exporting Sheets and DWF & PDF
Design Options ✔ Design Option Terminology
✔ Setting Up Design Options
✔ Editing Design Options
✔ Applying Design Options to Views and Accepting the Primary
✔ Tags and Annotation InDesign Option
Phases ✔ Phases Tools
✔ Phases
✔ Infill Elements
✔ Demolishing Elements
✔ Rendering and Existing Phases
Creating Families ✔ Preparing to Create a Family
✔ Examining the Tool Chest
✔ The Bigger Picture and Advance Concept
✔ Discussing Practical Scenarios
Revisions ✔ Numbering Revisions
✔ Drawing Revision Clouds
✔ Issuing a Revision
Rendering and Recording Walkthroughs ✔ Graphic Display Option
✔ Render Settings
✔ Sun Settings
✔ Creating a Walkthrough Path
✔ Modifying the Camera Position and the Walkthrough Path
✔ Recording the Walkthrough
Collaborations ✔ Coordinating Work Across Disciplines
✔ Exporting to Non-Revit Formats
Structural Components ✔ Working with Structural Components
✔ Grid Settings
✔ Scope Box
✔ View Reference

Course Reviews

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of Autodesk Revit Architecture training?
Autodesk Revit Architecture training will help you add building information modeling or BIM to your core competencies. This skillset will enable you to work in agile environments and cross-functional construction and design teams.

With Autodesk Revit Architecture training, you can gain insight on design constructability, visualize your design to improve buy-in from stakeholders and fast-track approvals, and document your project as it develops from concept to construction.

What is the best way to learn Revit Architecture?
The best way to learn Revit Architecture is to enroll in Revit Architecture training courses. Revit courses are systematic and structured, providing you with a framework that will guide you towards software mastery.

You can also take the Revit for Structural Design training course, Revit mechanical, electrical and plumbing training program and Autodesk Navisworks training course to enhance your knowledge of Revit Architecture’s cross-functional benefits.

While you can try to learn the software by yourself, such a strategy can be very inefficient as well as ineffective. A DIY training course is bound to have many learning gaps, and you may not even be aware of them until you take a certification exam or start using the software at work.

How can I become certified in Revit?
Architecture and construction practitioners can take the Autodesk Certified Professional (ACP) in Revit for Architectural Design. This certification exam is an industry-recognized credential that you can add to your resume to tell would-be employers and partners that you have advanced skills in Revit Architecture.

The ACP in Revit Architectural Design is a 120-minute English exam with 45 to 60 questions. If you pass the exam, your certification will be valid for three years. REI’s Revit Architecture training course is designed specifically to help you prepare for this exam.

Is Revit Architecture worth it?
Yes. With Autodesk Revit Architecture, you will learn advanced building modeling skills, become capable of solving complex design and workflow challenges, and effectively collaborate with other construction professionals on shared models.

Autodesk Revit allows you to create digital 3D models using data on associated physical and functional attributes. Thus, when your design parameters change, views are instantaneously updated, ensuring that everyone working on the project will always be working on the latest iteration of the building model.

Do you have Revit Architecture training in Dubai?
Yes, REI delivers Revit Architecture courses in Dubai in person and online. If you are based in Dubai or anywhere in the UAE, you can participate in our online sessions.

REI is based in Abu Dhabi, so Abu Dhabi residents can attend our Revit Architecture training courses in person. The participants are free to pick the format that they find most convenient.

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Topics Covered:

Our Revit Architecture training in Abu Dhabi covers the following topics:
  • The Revit Architecture User Interface
  • Views & Modify tools
  • Planning Modeling
  • Constraints and Dimensions
  • Visibility Controls & Manage
  • Model In Place Family
  • Massing And Conceptual Mass
  • Groups and Assembly
  • Material and Rendering
  • Working with Other Files
  • Rooms, Areas, Parts
  • Tags, Schedules and Keynotes
  • Detailing
  • Sheets and Printing
  • Design Options
  • Phases
  • Creating Families
  • Revisions
  • Creating and Recording Walkthroughs
  • Collaborations
  • Structural Components