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Event News: New ARCHICAD Courses Online

There are numerous ARCHICAD courses online happening throughout the spring heading into the summer. Earn AIA credits on these courses and more.


GRAPHISOFT has announced several new online ARCHICAD courses that maximize a user’s BIM investment in ARCHICAD. Participants can also earn AIA LU (learning units) with each course.

ARCHICAD Training Coming Up—Online Courses

Here is a list and brief description of the following online courses:

ARCHICAD Intermediate Training

This course, delivered across two 3-hour sessions, is for new users that have attended ARCHICAD Fundamentals training, or for current ARCHICAD users who are looking to enhance their skills. View the course here. 27 and 28 Mar 2018.

Collaboration with Revit Users

Learn best practices for working across both ARCHICAD and Revit; explore technologies for data exchange; and how they may be combined to optimize quality and efficiency in collaborative design.

01 – ArchiCAD training happens online all through the spring to the summer.

Discover translation options, and how translated elements look and behave in each platform. View the course here. 22 Mar 2018.

ARCHICAD Stair and Railing Tools

In this short course, attendees will learn how to use ARCHICAD’s Stair and Railing Tool features from schematic design to construction documentation; and will leverage numerous tools and ARCHICAD insider modeling tricks. View the course here. 12 Apr 2018.

Morph Tool and Object Creation 

Discover how to use these tools to create intricate 3D shapes, work with resulting objects, and create accurate site terrain for clean 2D drawings and sharp visual imagery. View the course here. 24 Apr 2018.

Creative Documentation and BIMx

Learn how to combine several of the various visualization abilities of ARCHICAD to generate more visually dynamic material in order to better convey your designs. View the course here. 8 May 2018.

Other Courses Coming Up

In May there will be course focused on ARCHICAD and SketchUp users, a course on ARCHICAD and CineRender, Maxon’s rendering engine inside AC 21, and a course on interoperability topics.

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