Autodesk Course Index

The TPM Course Indexes showcase the wide array of classroom and online training sessions we have to offer. While our course offerings are extensive, not all courses are regularly scheduled on our events calendar. If you see a course listed in our index that is not currently scheduled on the calendar, please contact us online and let us know that you would like that course offered at your nearest TPM location.

Online Courses

Time: 2- 4 hour classes

Cost: $350.00

Description:

In this course the essential Bluebeam workflows and administration concepts will be covered to strengthen your PDF based processes. The course topics include: User Interface; Administration; Markups; Quantification; Document Management; and Studio Collaboration. These topics have been selected as the most essential for success with Bluebeam. Overall course time is 8 hours and will be delivered in two separate 4 hour sessions. Topics are based upon the latest release of Bluebeam Revue Extreme 2017. Additional topics may be covered based upon class needs. Students are expected to provide their own version of Bluebeam Revue 2017 and datasets for the class will be provided by the teacher. 

Topics:
User Interface and Administration

  • Bluebeam Interface
  • Toolbars
  • Navigation
  • Profiles and Profile Management

Markups (Essentials)

  • Text Markups
  • Measurement Tools
  • Properties/Customization
  • Markup List
  • Shape Markups
  • Calibration and Scales
  • Export/Import Markups
  • Stamps

Markups (Advanced)

  • Tool Chest and Management
  • Viewports
  • Custom Markups
  • Creating Dynamic Stamps
  • Calibration and Scales
  • Managing the Markup List
  • Markup Summary

Document Management

  • Multi-Page PDFs
  • Bookmarks
  • Sets
  • Batch Slip Sheet
  • OCR and Page Labels
  • Spilt Sheets
  • Links and Batch Link
  • Bookmarks
  • Compare Documents

Bluebeam Studio

  • Studio Projects
  • Studio Sessions
  • Best Practices
  • Project Administration
  • Session Administration

Length: 3 hours

Price: $149.00

Description: This course is designed for Civil 3D technical users and designers. You will learn how to go beyond the fundamentals of Surface creation and learn best practices of surface editing. This course will be in a lecture format and the instructor will be using Civil 3D 2017.

An Autodesk Certificate for 3 hours of Civil 3D 2017 Intermediate training will be available for all individuals registered.

Topics that will be covered in this 3-hour course:

  • Using extract border from surface to quickly edit the border
  • Creating a cropped surface to be used in a new drawing
  • Excluding elevations greater than and less than
  • Reordering build operations
  • Editing surface triangle lines and Points
  • Redrawing “crooked and bumpy” contours

Length: 3 hours

Price: $149.00

Description: This course is designed for Civil 3D technical users and designers. You will learn how to use the Inquiry and Reporting tools within Civil 3D 2017 to analyze your surfaces, pipe networks and corridors, as well as, create volume, earthwork plans, pipe and structure reports and alignment station reports for collaboration.

  • Create a Stage Storage Table
  • Create a Corridor Volume Report
  • Create an Alignment Station and Curve report
  • Create a Cut/Fill report
  • Create a Pipes and Structures report
  • Create Survey reports
  • Create and Earthwork Plan
  • Pinpointing Surface elevation and grade
  • Pinpointing Alignment station, offset and elevation on Surfaces and Profile Views
  • Pinpointing Section View offset and elevation

Length: 3 hours

Price: $149.00

Description: Project Management entails best practices for organizing drawing files in order to assure the efficient sharing of files and data among your team. We will also cover best practices for archiving drawing files and migrating the same information effectively between multiple phases of a project.

This three-hour class is for CAD managers as well as Civil 3D users of all skill levels. Each individual registered for the class will receive three house of credit from Autodesk in Civil 3D 2017. Topics covered:

  • Data shortcuts
    • How-to
    • Best practices
  • Xrefs
    • Overlay vs. attach
    • When to use xref vs. data shortcut
    • Best practices for organizing data share within your team
  • Archiving projects
    • Assuring that all data is bound in as-built files
  • Project Phasing
    • Best practices for using data from earlier phases of the project

Length: 2 – 4 hour days

Cost: $350.00

Description:

This course is designed for Civil 3D technical users and designers that are already familiar with Corridors. Prerequisites for this class are an understanding of Corridor terminology and Corridor creation using alignments and profiles.

In this class you will learn how to go beyond the fundamentals of Corridors creation and learn how to maximize their use in your 3D model. Civil 3D 2017 and 2018 both have evolved methods of Corridor creation that are designed to increase efficiency with complex shapes and utilize design elevations better. Fundamentals of Sub-Assembly composer will be taught as well on the second day of the course.

The course format will be lecture and exercise demonstration by the instructor along with the expectation that exercises will be performed by the student. The instructor will be using Civil 3D 2018 and the student must use either Civil 3D 2017 or 2018 for credit.

An Autodesk Certificate for 8 hours of Civil 3D 2018 Advanced training will be available for all individuals registered.

 

Topics that will be covered in this 8-hour course:

  • Methods of Corridor baseline creation new to Civil 3D 2017 and 2018
  • Creating an assembly offset
  • Creating an intersection manually
  • Using a Corridor to create design grading
  • Fundamentals of the Sub-Assembly composer

Length: 3 hours

Price: $149.00

Prerequisites: Well established knowledge and use of Revit in design

Description: This Architecturally focused class is an introduction to creating, managing and establishing best practices for creating Revit custom content. This lecture based class will create a few typical examples of families and explain the techniques and concepts that will help you manage your custom content.

Primary Topics:

  • Determining the control scheme of the family
  • What to model
    • Basic modeling commands: extrusions, sweeps, blends, and voids
  • How and when to use symbolic lines
  • Use of reference planes
  • Project parameters and shared parameters
  • Creating constraints
  • Associating dimensions to project or shared parameters
  • Introduction to simple formulas for use in parameters
  • Visibility control within the family
    • Line weight control thru sub-categories

Length: 3 hours

Price: $149.00

Description: This online course focuses on expanding and developing the fundamental detailing methods used in Revit. The course will feature hands-on exercises that demonstrate how different detailing methods, components, fill patterns and views can be used to create efficient Revit details. Participants will need to have their own version of Revit Architecture in order to participate in the in-class exercises.

Primary Topics:

  • Detailing Methods
  • Balancing 3D vs 2D workflows
  • Annotations and tagging Materials, Keynotes, Type Comments
  • Understanding nested line weights
  • Creating custom line based detail components
  • Creating custom annotation tags for Detail components, Filled regions, repeating detail components
  • Creating Detail Components

Length: 3 hours

Price: $149.00

Description: Produce higher quality 2D documents and more engaging project visualizations with this on-line course. Our 2D workflows focus on expanding the basic Revit knowledge to improve document production with respect to time. Additionally, learn how to create more compelling and efficient 3D views and perspectives without relying on time intensive rendering workflows.

Primary Topics:

Document Production Workflows
Create efficient drawings with workflows that balance the need for time and document production. This portion of the course will include:

  • Adjust line weights improve quality of 2D plans and elevations
  • Drawing customization with sketchy lines, line styles, line weights and patterns
  • Communicate complex floor finishes with split face and paint
  • Organize view settings and improve productivity with view templates
  • Convey depth in section and elevation views with depth cueing
  • Customize annotation elements
  • Use shading and colors in your elevations

Presentation and Visualization Workflows
Make your perspective and 3D views more compelling. Clearly communicate more with these presentation-focused topics:

  • Make your 3D views stand out with silhouette lines
  • Create presentation graphics with photographic backgrounds and gradients
  • Utilize ambient occlusion in perspectives
  • Sun and shadow studies
  • Communicate sense of space with transparency settings
  • Adjust camera placement and settings in perspective views

General Courses

Length: 3 days

Price: $995

Topics Covered:

  1. Introduction
  2. View Commands (Zoom and Pan)
  3. Coordinate System
  4. Scale/Drawing Limits
  5. Template Files
  6. Locating Points- 7 ways
  7. Draw Commands
  8. Selecting Objects- 12 ways
  9. Modify Commands
  10. Measure Command
  11. Blocks
  12. Reference files
  13. Dimensioning
  14. Leader Styles
  15. Plotting
  16. Paper Space

Time: 2- 4 hour classes

Cost: $350.00

Description:

In this course the essential Bluebeam workflows and administration concepts will be covered to strengthen your PDF based processes. The course topics include: User Interface; Administration; Markups; Quantification; Document Management; and Studio Collaboration. These topics have been selected as the most essential for success with Bluebeam. Overall course time is 8 hours and will be delivered in two separate 4 hour sessions. Topics are based upon the latest release of Bluebeam Revue Extreme 2017. Additional topics may be covered based upon class needs. Students are expected to provide their own version of Bluebeam Revue 2017 and datasets for the class will be provided by the teacher. 

Topics:
User Interface and Administration

  • Bluebeam Interface
  • Toolbars
  • Navigation
  • Profiles and Profile Management

Markups (Essentials)

  • Text Markups
  • Measurement Tools
  • Properties/Customization
  • Markup List
  • Shape Markups
  • Calibration and Scales
  • Export/Import Markups
  • Stamps

Markups (Advanced)

  • Tool Chest and Management
  • Viewports
  • Custom Markups
  • Creating Dynamic Stamps
  • Calibration and Scales
  • Managing the Markup List
  • Markup Summary

Document Management

  • Multi-Page PDFs
  • Bookmarks
  • Sets
  • Batch Slip Sheet
  • OCR and Page Labels
  • Spilt Sheets
  • Links and Batch Link
  • Bookmarks
  • Compare Documents

Bluebeam Studio

  • Studio Projects
  • Studio Sessions
  • Best Practices
  • Project Administration
  • Session Administration

Length: 1 day

Price: $350

This is a custom course. To find out more information please contact us.

Length: 2 Day Class

Price: $700

This is a custom class. To find out more information please contact us.

Length: 2 days

Price: $700

Prerequisite: Basic AutoCAD skills.

Description: This class covers the creation and use of Dynamic Blocks and Annotative objects. Other topics include advanced paper space techniques, extraction of attributes, creating tables, and customizing the tool palettes and CUI file.

Architecture & Building Industry Courses

Length: 4 days

Price: $1,495

Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.

Course Outline

Day 1

  • Interface
  • Standard terminology
  • Temporary dimensions and workflow
  • Basic edit commands
  • Levels and Grids
  • Wall
  • Materials
  • Doors and windows
  • Curtain Walls
  • Components

Day 2

  • Floors and openings
  • Ceilings
  • Roofs
  • Graphic overrides
  • View templates
  • Dimensions
  • Text

Day 3

  • Construction documentation
  • Annotation commands- detail lines vs. annotation lines, detail components, etc
  • Detail views
  • Drafting views-reference views to calouts
  • Repeating details
  • Detail library
  • Converting existing CAD details for use in Revit
  • Best practices for integrating CAD and Revit

Day 4

  • Room objects
  • Tags-door, window, wall, room
  • Property data for objects

Length: 1 day

Cost: $1,600

Prerequisite: It is recommended that the student has attended the Revit Architecture Essentials class or have equivalent experience.

Description: This class covers a wide range of advanced topics in Revit Architecture, continuing to build on the concepts introduced in the Revit Architecture Fundamentals course. Students will learn about worksets, advanced schedules, how to create families of custom components, phasing, design options and construction administration. Both imperial and metric hands-on exercises represent real-world design scenarios.

 

Length: 1 day

Cost: $1600

Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.

Description: This course focuses on managing projects, creating and maintaining standards, advanced features, and configuration options.

Length: 2 days

Price: $700

Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.

Description: This Revit course is optimized for the construction professional as opposed to the design professional. This course will show you how to use the functionality in Revit in a BIM process to better prepare for the construction process by being able to create constructability models from the design models.  Constructability models can be used for many tasks including coordination, visualization, scheduling, and use in other BIM products focused on construction such as Navisworks.

Length: 3 Days

Cost: $1,095

Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to the Autodesk Revit software
  • Basic drawing and editing tools
  • Setting up levels and grids
  • Working with views
  • Starting a structural project based on a linked architectural model
  • Adding structural columns and walls
  • Adding foundations and structural slabs
  • Structural reinforcement
  • Beams, trusses, and framing systems
  • Analytical models and placing loads
  • Project practices to reinforce learning
  • Construction documents
  • Annotating construction documents
  • Detailing
  • Scheduling

 

Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.

Cost: $350.00

Length: 1 Day

Fundamentals of Revit MEP

  • Introduction to the user interface
  • Project browser
  • Creating, controlling and organizing views including Floor Plans Sections and 3D Views
  • Understanding view range in Floor Plans and Reflected Ceiling Plans
  • Object visibility, color, line patterns and line weights
  • Using filters to further define views
  • How Families are used in Revit
  • Working with linked Architectural models
  • Workset creation and Central files
  • Copy Monitor process
  • Annotating objects
  • Interface detection
  • Sheet creation
  • Organizing details and converting AutoCAD details

Price: $350

Length: 1 Day

Prerequisite: Revit® MEP: Project & Tools Essentials class

HVAC

  • Creating spaces and zones
  • Using built-in heating and cooling load calculations
  • Exporting to external analysis tools
  • Adding air terminals and mechanical equipment
  • Drawing and sizing ductwork
  • Labeling and scheduling Diffusers and Equipment
  • Using schedules to confirm design intent

 

Prerequisite: Revit® MEP: Project & Tools Essentials class.

Cost: $350.00

Length: 1 Day

Topics Covered:

  • Placing lights in a grid
  • Placing electrical components and equipment
  • Annotating lights and components
  • Creating and assigning Distribution Systems
  • Creating circuits
  • Wiring and tagging circuits
  • Creating Panel Schedules
  • Balancing Panels
  • Spares and Spaces
  • Lighting Schedules
  • Panel to Panel and Panel to transformer to Panel connections
  • Conduit creation and routing
  • Cable tray creation and routing

Prerequisite: Revit: Project & Tools Essentials class.

Cost: $350.00

Length: 1 Day

Topics Covered:

  • Placing Equipment
  • Creating and controlling Pipe styles
  • Creating pipe systems
  • Using section views to edit pipes
  • Editing pipe systems and controlling mixed piping systems
  • Annotating and sizing pipes
  • Working with fixtures in Plumbing systems
  • Creating sloped piping systems
  • Creating and annotating in an isometric view

 

Length: 2 days

Price: $700

Prerequisite: None

Course Objectives:

  • Describe the main features and functionality of the Autodesk Navisworks software.
  • Open and append 3D files of different formats and save in the Autodesk Navisworks format.
  • Create links to object properties files and scheduling files in external databases.
  • Perform visual project model reviews using the built-in review and reporting tools.
  • Create construction simulations of a project model to check the validity of construction schedules.
  • Use Animator and Scriptor to create interactive animations for presentations and demonstrations.
  • Obtain takeoff data from 3D source models and 2D sheets to create material estimates, measure areas, and count components.
  • Perform interference detection tests to check integrity of the design.
  • Add true-to-life material, lighting and backgrounds to project models, to create photorealistic output.

Manufacturing Courses

Length: 4 days

Price: $1400

Prerequisite: Working knowledge of AutoCAD is required. Experience in electrical drafting, design, or engineering is a plus. A working knowledge of Microsoft® Windows® is recommended.

  • Understanding project files
  • Creating and editing schematic and panel drawings
  • Working with PLC symbols
  • Creating custom symbols
  • Generating reports

Length: 5 days

Cost: $1,750

Prerequisite: No previous CAD experience is necessary. Drafting, design, or mechanical engineering experience is a plus. A working knowledge of Microsoft® Windows® is recommended.

Topics Covered:

  • Understanding the Autodesk Inventor software interface
  • Creating, constraining, and dimensioning 2D sketches
  • Creating and editing the solid base 3D feature from a sketch
  • Creating and editing secondary solid features that are sketched and placed
  • Creating equations and working with parameters
  • Manipulating the display of components in an assembly
  • Resolving feature failures
  • Duplicating geometry in the model
  • Placing and constraining/connecting parts in assemblies
  • Manipulating the display of components in an assembly
  • Obtaining model measurements and property information
  • Creating Presentation files (Exploded views)
  • Modifying and analyzing the components in an assembly
  • Simulating motion in an assembly
  • Creating parts and features in assemblies
  • Creating and editing an assembly Bill of Materials
  • Working with projects
  • Creating and annotating drawings and views
  • Customizing the Autodesk Inventor environment

Length: 2 days

Cost: $700

Prerequisite: Students should have completed Autodesk Inventor Essentials Design course or have a thorough understanding of Inventor parametric part and assembly design. A working knowledge of mechanical part and assembly design is a plus. A working knowledge of Microsoft® Windows® is recommended.

Topics Covered:

  • Advanced model appearance options
  • Multi-body part modeling
  • 2D and 3D sketching techniques
  • Advanced geometry creation tools (work features, area lofts, sweeps, and coils)
  • Analysis tools
  • Creating and editing basic surfaces, importing surfaces, and surface repair tools
  • iFeatures and iParts
  • Importing/exporting data and making edits to imported data
  • Emboss and decal features
  • Advanced Drawing tools (iPart tables, surfaces in drawing views, and custom sketched symbols)
  • Adding notes with the Engineers Notebook

 

Length: 3 days

Price: $1,050

Prerequisite: Students should have completed the Inventor Essentials course or have an equivalent understanding of Inventor parametric part and assembly design. Knowledge of parametric solid modeling concepts or mechanical engineering experience is a plus.  A working knowledge of Microsoft® Windows® is recommended.

Topics Covered:

  • Applying motion to existing assembly constraints using either Motion and Transitional Constraints.
  • Introduction of the Top-Down Design technique for creating assemblies and its components.
  • Tools for Top-Down Design, such as associative links, adaptive parts, multi-body and layout design, derived components, and skeleton models.
  • Creating Positional Representations to review motion, evaluate the position of assembly components, or document an assembly in a drawing.
  • Using Shrinkwrap and other model simplification tools to create a part model that represents an overall assembly.
  • Creating Level of Detail Representations to reduce the clutter of large assemblies, reduce retrieval times, and substituting models.
  • Using the Design Accelerator to easily insert standard and customizable components and features into your model.
  • Creating rendered realistic images and animations of parts and assemblies using Autodesk Inventor Studio and the Video Producer.
  • Using iMates and iAssemblies to work efficiently with assemblies.
  • Using the Frame Generator to create members in a structural frame.
  • Using the Frame Generator to create members in a structural frame.
  • Using pattern, mirror, and copy techniques to duplicate components in an assembly.
  • Working with weldments.
  • Link and drive parameters to and from a spreadsheet. You also learn to custom format and create expressions in a parameter.

Length: 2 days

Cost: $700

Prerequisite: Students should have completed Autodesk Inventor Essentials course or have an equivalent understanding of the Autodesk Inventor user interface and working environments. A working knowledge of parametric solid modeling concepts and design or mechanical engineering experience is a plus. It is recommended that the student have a working knowledge of Microsoft® Windows®.

Description: This course covers the fundamental principles of sheet metal design using Autodesk® Inventor™. Students learn how to create and manage sheet metal designs using basic sheet metal concepts and techniques and builds on them to include complex modeling practices for forming sheet metal parts, assemblies, and drawings. Hands-on exercises representing real-world, industry-specific design scenarios are included.

 

Length: 3 days

Cost: $1,050

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to Autodesk Vault features
  • Basic Vault tasks
  • Working with Vault and Autodesk Inventor
  • Working with Vault and AutoCAD
  • Working with Vault and AutoCAD Electrical
  • Working with Vault and AutoCAD Mechanical
  • Working with Vault and AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • Common Vault tasks
  • Organizing and populating a Vault
  • Managing Vault

Length: 1 day

Cost: $350

Prerequisite: Basic working knowledge of Autodesk Inventor is required. A working knowledge of Microsoft® Windows® is recommended.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to Autodesk Vault Features
  • Vault Workflow
  • Using the Autodesk Vault software
  • Organizing Autodesk Inventor, Project, and Library Files in the Vault
  • Searching the Vault
  • Working with non-CAD Files in the Vault
  • Working with Inventor Files in the Vault
  • Customizing the User Interface
  • File Management and Reusing Design Data

Civil Survey & GIS Courses

Length: 3 days

Price: $1,095

Prerequisite: Basic AutoCAD skills & an understanding of civil engineering design concepts are recommended.

Day 1:

  • Introducing to the Interface
    • Toolspace
    • Ribbons
    • Civil 3D Objects overview
  • Existing and Design Points
    • Importing Survey Points
    • Creating Points for Site Analysis
  • Surfaces
    • Creating and Editing
    • Combining Surfaces
    • Model Analysis

Day 2:

  • Sites and Parcels
    • Creation and Edition
    • Introduction to Transparent Commands
  • Grading
    • Introduction to Feature Lines
    • Creation and Editing
    • Volume Tools
  • Alignments
    • Creation and Editing
    • Introduction to Inquiry Tools
  • Pipe Networks
    • Creation and Editing
    • Merging and Splitting Networks

Day 3:

  • Profiles and Profile Views
    • Creating and Editing
    • Existing and Design Profiles
  • Corridors
    • Assembly Creation and Management
    • Corridor Creation and Editing
    • Intersection Creation
    • Corridor Surface Creation
  • QTO and Sections
    • Sample Lines
    • Earthwork and Material List from Corridors
    • Section Views
  • Project Management and Plan Production
    • Xref and Data Shortcut Management
    • Plotting from View Frames

Course Length: TBD

Prerequisite:  Student will discuss with the instructor the expectations of Survey-specific Civil 3D training required for this course. This discussion will determine which topics from a Survey-specific perspective are required and which topics from the TPM Civil 3D Fundamentals course are required. After the discussion the course length will be determined. Topics to be discussed and agreed upon for the course are listed below:

Survey-Specific Topics:

  • Connecting to GIS data
  • Point styles and Description Keys
  • Importing Points
  • Coordinate Transforms
  • Creating and Editing Points & Point Groups
  • Automated line work generated by .txt file
  • Survey Networks
  • Survey Least Square analysis
  • Traverses and their adjustments
  • Traverse Loop and Closed Connection Loop adjustments

Civil 3D Fundamentals Topics: 

  • Introduction to the Interface
  • Existing and Design Points
  • Surfaces
  • Sites & Parcels
  • Grading
  • Alignments
  • Pipe Networks
  • Profiles
  • Corridors
  • QTO & Sections
  • Project Management & Plan Production

Course Length: 2 days

Cost: $1,095

Course Description: Civil 3D supports a wide range of Civil Engineering tasks and creates intelligent relationships between objects. This course is recommended for engineers, designers and draftspersons required to create and analyze site grading plans. Upon completion of the course students will have the knowledge to create design contours for building pads, parking lots, ponds and lagoons from grading groups and corridors.

Prerequisite: Basic Civil 3D and AutoCAD skills and a basic understanding of Civil Engineering.

Topics Covered:

Day 1

  • Introduction to Grading
    • Criteria
    • Sites
    • Styles and Settings
  • Grading a Parcel
    • Parcel line elevations
    • Retaining walls
  • Grading a Building Pad
    • Volumes Tools
    • Introduction to Feature lines

Day 2

  • Grading a Parking Lot
    • Temporary surfaces
    • Advanced Feature lines
    • Transitional grading groups
    • Creating a grading surface
  • Grading a Pond
    • Complex Grading Group
  • Grading a Lagoon
    • Creating Grading alignments and profiles
    • Creating grading assemblies and corridors
  • Sharing Surfaces
    • Data shortcuts

 

Course Length: 2 days

Cost: $700

Course Description: This course covers the fundamentals of Infraworks 360 while emphasizing how the software works both independent of and with Civil 3D. Upon completion of the course students will have the knowledge to create and analyze a 3D model in an interface that is easily understood by their clients. This course is recommended for architects, engineers and designers responsible for preliminary design and site analysis.

Prerequisites: A fundamental understanding and knowledge of civil engineering terminology.

Topics Covered:

Day 1

  • Introduction to the Interface
    • Navigating the 3D Model
    • Creating Proposals
  • Creating models and configuring GIS data
    • 3D Model builder
    • Importing and configuring GIS information
  • Analyzing the 3D Model to determine best site location
    • Themes
    • Grading coverage areas
    • Cut/Fill

Day 2

  • Creating and analyzing Roads and Bridges
    • Materials list and styles
    • Point-to-Point measurements
  • Creating and analyzing Utilities
    • Materials list
    • Exporting into Civil 3D as a pipe network
    • Watersheds
  • Collaboration with Revit and Civil 3D
    • Importing and configuring an .rvt file
    • Importing from and Exporting to Civil 3D
  • Using Views and Storyboard to tell the story
    • Importing custom parking lot striping

Length: 2 – 4 hour days

Cost: $350.00

Description:

This course is designed for Civil 3D technical users and designers that are already familiar with Corridors. Prerequisites for this class are an understanding of Corridor terminology and Corridor creation using alignments and profiles.

In this class you will learn how to go beyond the fundamentals of Corridors creation and learn how to maximize their use in your 3D model. Civil 3D 2017 and 2018 both have evolved methods of Corridor creation that are designed to increase efficiency with complex shapes and utilize design elevations better. Fundamentals of Sub-Assembly composer will be taught as well on the second day of the course.

The course format will be lecture and exercise demonstration by the instructor along with the expectation that exercises will be performed by the student. The instructor will be using Civil 3D 2018 and the student must use either Civil 3D 2017 or 2018 for credit.

An Autodesk Certificate for 8 hours of Civil 3D 2018 Advanced training will be available for all individuals registered.

Topics that will be covered in this 8-hour course:

  • Methods of Corridor baseline creation new to Civil 3D 2017 and 2018
  • Creating an assembly offset
  • Creating an intersection manually
  • Using a Corridor to create design grading
  • Fundamentals of the Sub-Assembly composer
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