architecture short courses in islamabad

best architecture short courses in islamabad

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architecture Short courses in islamabad

architecture short courses in islamabad is specially designed for students of architecture so that when they have to work in future on revit, they shall be able to work and it is designed in such a way that after completing it from trainer Rahman, job chances are increased

Who Should Attend

Students of Architecture, Civil Engineering, Anyone

Candidates who want to join or grow in architecture field.

Contents

Things you Must Know Before Starting Revit

  1. What is BIM
  2. Difference Between AutoCAD & Revit
  3. Revit Software Installation (Latest Version)
  4. Important Concepts 
  • Isometric Views
  • Unit of Measurement (FPS System, SI System, Conversion from 1 System to Other).
  • Coordinate System(2D & 3D), Quadrants, Angles, X, Y and Z Planes
  • Types of Drawings (Tender, IFC & Shop Drawings, Variation Drawings)
  • Types of Views (Plan, Elevation, Section, Cieling Plan, 3D View)
  • Components of Buildings and methodology of construction of Building
  • Understanding of Combination of above Elements
  • Revit Software Installation & Activation
1 Introduction 10  Stair Work
2 User Interface 11  Rooms
3 Things you must do first 12  Rendering
4 Colomn Grids 13  Graphics
5 Wall 14  Detailing
6 Doors & windows 15  Modifying Tools
7 Floors 16  Printing , Exporting & Linking files
8  Roofs
9 Ceiling

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architecture Short courses in islamabad
architecture Short courses in islamabad

Why architecture students shouldn’t wait to learn Revit 

Trainer Rahman is best Trainer for architecture short courses in Islamabad

Current Development in Islamabad?

  1. Islamabad is expanding. There are many housing societies developed in Islamabad
  2. Overseas Pakistani from all over the world are coming and investing in Pakistan Federal Capital due to facilities provided by CDA
  3. The normal sector of Islamabad is better than any other living area of Pakistan.
  4. Population has increased on rapid pace in previous decade and too much local level investment is done in real estate sector of Islamabad

Scope of Architect job in Islamabad?

  1. All the housing societies (Bahria, DHA, Gulberg Green, Jinnah garden & many more) including CDA requires the services of registered architect for residential, commercial and industrial construction.
  2. Structural Design vetting by Structural Engineer is compulsory by the departments.
  3. This is preconstruction phase.
  4. Due to this reason architects are working and they have a lot of job.

Scope of interior designer job in Islamabad?

  1. As there are many foreign investors in Islamabad, therefore money is no problem
  2. That is the reason, why client of Islamabad needs specialized services.
  3. The family of the investor take special interest in interior design and space management
  4. Due to this reason, there are many interior designers working in Islamabad area.

Why Revit shall be used for Building design and Modeling?

  1. Fast pace work delivery
  2. Easy interface
  3. Easy to make changes in design as It is just one time
  4. Construction documentation is very easy which helps in 2nd phase (Execution)
  5. Printing of drawings is very easy
  6. Layers work is very easy
  7. 3D designs are much easier
  8. Simply stated, future designing will be on Revit as this software is used by major clients and designers from Australia, Canada, UK and other European contries

Why Training is recommended from Trainer Rahman?

  1. 15 plus years Experienced Professional
  2. Knows the industry dynamics and working methodology
  3. Good understanding about client requirements
  4. Flexible timings
  5. Easy method of training
  6. Things which must be known before start of REVIT is delivered first with basic practical examples.
  7. Has a lot of experience in Revit

architecture short courses in islamabad

If you’re studying architecture, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Autodesk Revit, the application built for Building Information Modeling (BIM). But are you learning how to use it? Learning Revit won’t make you an architect. It will however make you better prepared to become an architect. In universities, Revit is often taught as an elective but an increasing number of job listings and internships are asking for it. Savvy architecture students understand that Revit is going to be part of their career. Learning Revit is no longer an elective.

Design skills that make you more valuable

Learning how to use Revit with project-based tutorials will give you valuable real world experience creating digital drawings, 3D models, sections and details. You’ll learn how to design floors, walls, windows and doors in plan view and then 3D view. In advanced level, you will move on to structural and plumbing(heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems. These new design skills will allow you to apply your new knowledge to your own projects in school or at an internship and set you apart from classmates and fellow interns possibly working for that future full-time position.

Gain valuable exposure to BIM

Revit is future. Revit is built for BIM. Both Revit and BIM are very important for your future. Revit helps designers design, simulate, visualize and collaborate in order to capitalize on the advantages of the interconnected data within a BIM model. Learn Revit now and you’ll gain confidence in manipulating the data with a BIM model and see how changes you make to one object in a model automatically reflects throughout the design. Becoming comfortable with how your design data is connected will give you a distinct edge over your student peers and future coworkers that are more accustomed to working with 2D drawings.