Introduction to ARCHICAD BIM 20.0 (short course)
Why study this course?
Building Information Modelling (BIM) has become one of the most relevant tools for developing architectural projects. This course introduces you to ARCHICAD 20.0, providing an essential understanding of the main features of the software application and an overview of how BIM works.
On this course we provide an introduction to the main tools and techniques used in ARCHICAD related to modeling and layout presentation. The content is organised according to four main topics: interface and work environment, modeling, 2D and 3D views, and documentation. The course will provide a solid starting block to use the software confidently and effectively.
A small project will be set throughout the course in order to explore each week's topic.
Week one: Interface and work environment includes basic settings to start a project, toolbars and palettes, visual aids and navigation through the project.
Week two: Modelling includes model organisation, use of common tools and library objects.
Week three: 2D and 3D views includes views, workflow and basic rendering.
Week four: Documentation includes creating and publishing presentation layouts.
You will gain a good understanding of:
- the BIM concept and how it works with ARCHICAD
- how to start a project and organise its information from inception
- basic tools and techniques for 3D modelling in ARCHICAD
- how to explore, create visuals and layouts from the model
The course is directed towards professionals or students in an architecture or design-related field who are seeking an introduction to ARCHICAD 20.0 or a general understanding of the BIM software.
Previous CAD skills and knowledge of drawing conventions for architecture is necessary.
|Course dates||21 October to 11 November 2017|
|Length||One day a week for four sessions|
|Day and time||Saturday, 11am to 5pm|
|Maximum class size||10|
A 20% discount is available for:
- those who are registered as unemployed and in receipt of Jobseeker’s Allowance or Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
- those whose sole or main income is a Department of Social Security (DSS) state retirement pension
- those who are registered as disabled and in receipt of Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
- full-time and part-time UK students on credit-bearing courses
- London Metropolitan University students on year-long day courses
- London Metropolitan University Alumni Association members
- London Metropolitan University staff
If you're eligible for the 20% discount, please contact us before booking.
The cost of materials is included in the course fee.
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