As part of the component of Autodesk Building Design Suite, another sub-discipline for Revit is Revit MEP, which stands for Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing. Revit MEP training is split into two different disciplines, Mechanical and Electrical, tailored to fit the needs of electrical and mechanical engineers in the construction industry. Learn how to draw electrical and mechanical components, complex building safety and fire alarm systems, ventilation systems, circuits and many more using Revit MEP. Not only that, perform analyses and to calculate the amount of energy use and perform many more Building Information Modeling practices from the perspective of mechanical and electrical engineers using Revit MEP.
What’s in store for you
Join our courses and get at least one Certificate of Completion from Autodesk, and if you sit for the Professional Examination and passes it, get ready to have your name printed on the Certified Professional Certificate AND have your name registered in the internationally recognized Autodesk Certified Professional database. Also, get your own private tags that you can embed in your email that will link to your profile, just to let everyone know that you’re a Certified Professional.
Click the button below to obtain our Training Description for Autodesk Revit MEP. In there, you will find the roadmap, the detailed explanation of the contents of the training, training period, training material as well as the course syllabus. Note that this software training is divided into two more sub-disciplines; Mechanical and Electrical.
For Revit MEP Mechanical Certified Professional schedule, please click the button below.
For Revit MEP Electrical Certified Professional schedule, please click the button below.
Working knowledge of Microsoft® Windows® 7, Microsoft® Windows® Vista, Microsoft® Windows® XP, or Microsoft® Windows® 2000. Knowledge in mechanical, electrical and/or civil engineering will definitely help in applying the contents provided during training.