This program is eligible for Canada-Alberta Job Grant funding.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) has the power to change the way the building industry works and knowledge of BIM will help you build a rewarding career in architecture, construction, engineering or interior design. You'll learn the concepts and technical skills of BIM and the Revit software that will allow your firm to take advantage of this major evolution in building design tools, from the fundamentals of creating construction documents and 3D architectural project models to more advanced features, such as conceptual design and BIM management.
You have up to five years to complete all certificate courses. You must meet the graduation requirements as they exist at the time you register for your first course (see AC.3.1.1 Grading and Progression).
Careers: Architectural Revit Drafter | Jr. CAD Designer
|COURSE NAME||COURSE CODE||OFFERED|
|Revit Architecture Fundamentals||CADD-210||Classroom or Online|
|Revit Architecture Intermediate||CADD-217||Classroom or Online|
|Revit Architecture Advanced||CADD-247||Classroom or Online|
Revit course codes have changed effective Summer 2017. The previous courses are considered equivalent, including Revit Architecture Fundamentals (CADD-210), Revit Architecture Intermediate (CADD-217) and Revit Architecture Advanced (CADD-247). If you would like to register prior to July 4, 2017, please link to these old course codes. If you are registering on July 4, 2017, or later you may use the course codes on this page.