Autodesk Certified Professional: Revit for Structural Design Exam Prep
The Autodesk Certified Professional: Revit for Structural Design exam series is a great opportunity for budding professionals to prove their mettle against a professional grading board. The series consists of 5 exams, all with excellent grading structures. This one is based on your best work experience from the previous 5 series. It is the last before the Automation and Design Phases and before the Capstone program.
In this series, you will be challenged to complete all the assignments by professional project managers who have taken the Automation and Design Phase, including a series of 4 assignments where you are required to create a video’s worth of work. These will help you put your skills to work for the series, so that you can show off your mastery of Autodesk® Sketchup and Autodesk® Inventor skills.
This series is ideal for students who are looking to restore their career and/or enhance their skillset in 3D CAD, 3D modeling, animation, and scene-building. It will also suit learners who have taken the Design, Process, and Measuring Skills and want to show they have improved their skills in those areas.
Take this series as part of a sequence to improve your skills in the Automation and Design phases of the Capstone, and also as a standalone course. The series takes about 5 weeks to complete. You will be able to work on your own project, or you can work on a project of your own choice, and you will watch the videos from the series and make assignments, based on the assignments you’ve done so far.
After taking this series, you will be able to:
(1) Create a project proposal, including a rough draft
(2) Identify the project need, and create a detailed budget
(3) Create schedule requirements, and create budget documentation
(4) Identify the scope, and create a budget breakdown
(5) Identify costs, and create a project budget breakdown
(6) Identify the materials and methods to obtain the materials, and the resources to obtain materials.
(7) Identify the resources to obtain the materials, and the resources to obtain materials.
(8) Identify the materials and methods to obtain the materials, and the resources to obtain materials.
(9) Design a project schedule, and create a project budget
(10) Build a project budget, and build an overview of the project, including costs, materials, and methods to obtain materials.
In addition, you will be required to take the Capstone Project as a standalone course, and you will work on a project of your choice. There are no required prerequisites for the Capstone. All you will need is a computer with strong enough internet to play videos and hear sound. You can either use a computer on a strong-enough-internet connection to watch videos, or you can use a computer on a weak