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BIM and Digital Model Production

BIM and Digital Model Production

The BIM and Digital Model Production training is part of the "D-CLIC train-vous au numerique with the OIF" program organized by the OIF (International Organization of La Francophonie). This course is based on an active method and a very agile learning process that allows learners to master the process of producing a digital model using the Autodesk REVIT (Architecture, Structure and MEP) suite. Architects, Civil Engineer, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical and Energy Engineering.

  • At the end of the training, the trainee will receive 3 certificates:
  • 2 Autodesk certificates : certificate of completion and certificate of project completion
  • 1 NET-INFO Certificate





Training program

  • Introduction to Building Information Modeling (BIM)
  • BIM tools and project life cycle


  • The user interface
  • System Settings and File Settings
  • Control and modification of project standards
  • Creation of a project and simple modeling of a ground floor
  • Advanced modeling and annotation of a plan view
  • Modeling families using a profile
  • Preparation of graphic documents for the project
  • Ground plan and topography
  • Render
  • Edition of project documents

Module 2: Autodesk REVIT STRUCTURE

  • The user interface
  • Project settings: Units, attachments, object styles;
  • Classification of entities: Categories, Families, Types and Occurrences
  • Project Tree: Views, Schedules, Families, and Groups
  • Project Standards Transfer
  • Modeling a project:
    • Added walls.
    • Adding a structural slab
    • Added cage openings
    • Addition of a raft / isolated foundations
    • Adding concrete/steel posts
    • Add concrete/steel beams and curved beams Auto-place beam systems Sketch a beam system.
      Added steel truss.
    • Customizing farm settings.
    • The main sources of objects
    • Importing files into Revit

Module 3: Autodesk REVIT MEP

  • Revit MEP interface overview
  • Project settings: units, snaps, object styles
  • Classification of entities: categories, families, types and occurrences;
  • Project tree: views, schedules, families and groups;
  • Project Standards Transfer
  • Modeling a project: an HVAC Plumbing installation
    • Addition of ventilation ducts;
    • Addition of plumbing lines;
    • Addition of ventilation vents;
    • Addition of sanitary appliances;
    • Addition of technical devices (boilers, radiators, etc.).
  • Modeling a project: an electrical installation
    • Addition of cable trays and electrical conduits;
    • Realization of electrical circuits CFO including lights, switches and connection panel…;
    • Analysis of switchboard schedules;
    • Realization of a CFA circuit comprising RJ45 sockets, patch bays, etc.;
    • Placement of electrical appliances (switches, sockets, etc.)
  • Main sources of objects:
    • Generalist BIM software publishers
    • General portals
    • BIM Techniques software publishers
    • Industrialists and manufacturers