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    Hi all i am currently studying Revit by my self at home i am revit and all the tutoriols to teach me the software like rendering, stairs, mep and architecture. ok well once i am effecient in this software how would i go about getting a job in this industry considering i have no experince degree or nothing i am from ul by the way.
    also i found this site where you I learn BIM i am realy considering learning to get some sort of qualification's University Diploma in CAD (Architecture) - University of Derby

    what do you think i should do? or should i just learn my self and make a portfolio advice please

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    I would definitely learn as much as you can on your own first. It can help to have certifications and formal training, but most of the work done in Revit for me has been experience based. I taught myself Revit and I took one Revit class in college and everything has been work experience. If you are not in the industry now and are trying to get in, probably be best to get some sort of formal qualifications because it will be easier to land a job that way.
    Denis Pohlman, AIA, NCARB, WELL AP, CPHC
    Architect + BIM Coordinator
    Kahler Slater, Inc.

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      #3
      Originally posted by dtp81390 View Post
      I would definitely learn as much as you can on your own first. It can help to have certifications and formal training, but most of the work done in Revit for me has been experience based. I taught myself Revit and I took one Revit class in college and everything has been work experience. If you are not in the industry now and are trying to get in, probably be best to get some sort of formal qualifications because it will be easier to land a job that way.
      hi mate yes i am teaching my self revit i think once i have learned i am going to do the online derby course that i posted but thanks for the advice i will take it. there are no revit college where i live but i think i will learn online when i am effiecent enough

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        #4
        Originally posted by sully View Post
        ...how would i go about getting a job in this industry considering i have no experince degree or nothing
        If you really want to get a job in the industry try to get formal education on one of the trades: architecture, one of the several engineering branches, or construction, etc. Then you can learn Revit. But learning just Revit with no other foundation will not help you to find a job. Most offices are in the trend of not hiring that type of person, but someone who has the technical knowledge of the profession plus the knowledge of the software.

        also i found this site where you I learn BIM i am realy considering learning to get some sort of qualification's University Diploma in CAD (Architecture) - University of Derby
        That sounds like CAD to me. Don't go that way for the AEC industry. That is obsolete.
        Last edited by Alfredo Medina; July 30, 2014, 12:52 PM.
        Freelance BIM Provider at Autodesk Services Marketplace | Linkedin

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