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Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 1:01:07 AM | Training in Sydney, Australia

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Hi everyone,

 I am writng to ask if anyone can recomend training courses in Sydney AUS. I have been using CAD rograms for a while so I know the basic stuff, and I've been using Revit for about 2 months now.

Are there courses some people think are great? bad? mediocre?

My firm is offering to pay for me to do it and I would like to get value out of it. I would hate to sit through a 5 day course which covers the most basic thing endlessly.

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Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 3:46:44 AM | Training in Sydney, Australia

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I did some training at Cadgroup in Glebe & they were good, but it was two years ago & I was not using Revit at the time & have not since but need to pick it up so am starting again. They are good people, call them & speak to Heidi Baumgartner, she used to work for Autodesk Aust. I always steer away form the other big Autodesk nationwide supplier as I think they do not know the personal touch any more.

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Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 6:50:13 AM | Training in Sydney, Australia

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also beware that no matter how much training you take, there will be learning curve that can only be diminshed by hands on use of Revit as per your discipline.

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Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 9:03:36 PM | Training in Sydney, Australia

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Thanks for your advice guys, I appreciate it.

Good point coreed!

I will be the only one using CAD in the office soon and I guess that I will just have to get use to teaching myself!


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