The complete course of Revit architecture

Learn Autodesk Revit Architecture right from scratch with the project based course covering almost everything you need to learn about the software.

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In this course.

201 Video Lessons

Easy difficulty

Projects and practice

Q&A instructor support

Certificate of completion

Video captions in English

Quizzes for self assessment

Downloadable lesson files

Course contents.

0. Course introduction

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About this course.

This course is expertly crafted to provide you with a solid foundation in Revit, a prominent tool used by professionals in architecture, engineering, and construction globally.

This course meticulously covers all key aspects of Revit.

We commence with an introduction to the software, understanding its versions, backwards incompatibility, configuration, and basic navigation. This primer sets the stage for your journey into architectural design using Revit.

You’ll then dive into the practical realm, exploring how to create projects, draw and modify walls, add doors, windows, stairs, and understand the crucial concepts behind BIM.

By working through both residential and commercial projects, you’ll gain a firm grasp of modeling techniques and will be introduced to the manipulation of various architectural elements, including floors, ceilings, stairs, ramps, and railings.

The course continues to advance as you explore the creation of custom families, detailed modeling of rooms and spaces, advanced wall designs, and effective utilization of tags and schedules.

You’ll learn how to use annotation tools and handle view, object, and annotation visibility to create professional and detailed project documentation.

Worksharing, an essential aspect of Revit for team-based projects, is also covered, teaching you how to set up, manage and synchronize shared projects.

The course also introduces the practice of linking separate models and details, key for consistency across projects.

The concluding modules of the course focus on the production of compelling presentation graphics, mastering various exporting options, and the customization of title blocks and sheets to prepare your work for professional presentation or print.

Complementing these instructional modules, the course provides a series of quizzes and practical exercises at the end of each chapter, designed to consolidate your learning and provide hands-on experience in applying the concepts taught.

Who should take this course.

This course is designed every step of the way with beginners in mind.

You don’t need to have any prior knowledge or experience with Revit to enrol in this course.

Additionally, you will have access to a wealth of resources, including a Q&A forum, live sessions, and downloadable project files, that will help you reinforce your learning and troubleshoot any issues that you encounter.

Upon completion of this course, you will have gained a comprehensive understanding of Revit and will be well-prepared to apply your new skills in the professional world of architecture and design.


Revit Architecture 2023 or later versions on the Windows operating system are recommended for the course.

Course projects.

Penthouse interior

Learn to make interiors of a 3D penthouse with furnishings and other details.

Spiral stair

Learn to add a 3D spiral stair in the penthouse project.

Course overview post

Scott Onstott

Course Author

Scott Onstott is a renowned author and educator with over two decades of experience in teaching computer-aided design (CAD), building-information modeling (BIM), and 3D visualization software to architects, engineers, and builders.

A seasoned educator, Scott has taught thousands of students both in-person and online, amassing millions of views across multiple platforms. With a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of California at Berkeley, Scott's passion for design and technology makes him the ideal guide for professionals seeking to elevate their skills in CAD, BIM, and 3D visualization.

Frequently asked questions.

What will I get with a free account?

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Can I cancel the subscription anytime?

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Can I get a refund if I am not satisfied?

Sure you can, if we fail to meet your expectation we will give you a 100% refund no questions asked, check the refund policy here.

How long will I have access to the courses?

If you subscribe for a monthly subscription then you will have the access to all the courses for one month and if you subscribe for an annual subscription you will have access to all the courses for one year.

Your subscription will automatically renew monthly or annually depending on the subscription you’ve selected and we will send you reminder emails twice before every payment is due.

You can also cancel the subscription anytime you want.

If you are a free subscriber you will have limited access to courses forever.

Will I get a certificate after finishing the courses?

Yes after finishing every course 100% you will get a signed and verifiable certificate of completion from SourceCAD. Anyone can verify the authenticity of your certificate using QR code or Certificate number using our certificate verification tool. You can add these certificates to your LinkedIn profile and CV.

Do you offer discounts for schools, colleges or teams?

Yes, we offer discounts for schools, colleges and teams with a batch size of 5 or more, schedule your free demo here.

Where can I get support?

For subject matter questions, you can reach the instructor in the Q&A area. For your account related questions you can reach out to us on our support page here or you can also send us an email at Our typical response time is within 24 hours but we usually answer faster than that.

Can I download the course videos?

No, our videos are stream only and you can watch the videos on our website or mobile device but the download is not allowed. You can however download lesson files and PDF eBooks that are provided with the courses.

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