The Navisworks program is a hands-on course in cutting edge building software. It allows students to open and combine 3D BIM/CAD models from different disciplines; architecture, building design, plumbing and others. This will provide experience in navigating around these models in real-time allowing review of the model. Students will also learn to identify and co-ordinate clashes and interferences, link task-scheduling files and create 4D construction simulations and photorealistic renderings.
Please note: CIT does not provide accreditation in the use of Navisworks.
|Qualification:||Non-Accredited Training - Navisworks Basics|
|Duration:||3 day workshops (approx. 4 hours each) OR 3 evening workshops (approx. 4 hours each) OR weekend workshops.|
Further information about fees is available at Course fees and assistance
|Enrolment Type:||Skills Training|
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CIT Code: BLDG238 Cost: $750.00 Description: You will gain skills and knowledge in the Navisworks building software package. It allows students to open, manipulate and combine 3D BIM/CAD models from different discipline areas to navigate in real time and review the combined model. You will learn to identify and co-ordinate clashes and interferances, link task scheduling files, create 4D construction simulatins and photorealistic renderings. Prerequisites: Nil
|Diploma||Building Design CPP50911|
|Statement Attainment training||Building Information Modelling [extract from CPP50911]|
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