Revit Electrical Training Overview:

Revit MEP Training:

  • Revit MEP Electrical Training


  • Revit MEP classroom training. Instructor led hands-on classes.

Revit MEP Project Work:

  • Project using Revit MEP for Electrical
  • Revit MEP Electrical

Revit MEP Course Length:

  • 2 Weeks or Fast Track 2 Days

Revit Electrical Training Includes:

  • Hands-on Training, Lab Exercises, Project work, Unlimited Lab Access, Free Re-training

Revit Electrical Training Locations:

  • Liverpool Street, London
  • London Bridge, London
  • Moorgate, London

Flexible Starting Dates:

  • Revit Electrical Training on Weekdays, Weekends and Evenings

Detailed Syllabus

  • Autodesk Revit MEP - Electrical
  • Autodesk Revit MEP - Project Work
  • Revit MEP - Work sets and Work sharing

Price Info

  • Hands-on Tutor Led Training
  • Classroom Based Practical Training
  • Unlimited Practice Lab Access
  • Small Size Class and Interactive Sessions
  • Lab Exercises
  • Mock Exam
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Refreshments
  • Completion Certificate
  • Free Re-training
  • Cost is calculated at 70 percent Tuition Vatable and 30 percent Training Book(s) with 0 rated Vat

Package Deal Offers

Career Package

AutoCAD 2D and 3D - £890 + Web and Graphic Design - £1090 + Revit MEP - £850 : Total £2830

Specialised Package

AutoCAD 2D and 3D - £890 + Web and Graphic Design - £1090 : Total £1990

Professional Package

AutoCAD 2D and 3D - £890 + Revit MEP - £850 : Total £1740

Autodesk Revit MEP Electrical General Tools

Exploring the User Interface

  • The Ribbon, Tabs, Contextual Tabs, Editor Tabs 
  • Customizing the Ribbon, Toolbar, User Interface
  • Properties Palette, View Control Bar, Status Bar
  • Info Center, Menus and Settings
  • Keyboard Shortcuts, Graphics 
  • Context Menus 

Creating an Effective Project Template

  • Understanding Templates, Project Browser Organization
  • Sorting Views within Groups, Types of Views
  • Setting the Number of Levels, Working with Plan Types 
  • Creating a Working View , Display Settings for Views
  • Template Views, Schedule Views
  • Establishing Project Settings 
  • Object Styles, Drafting Line Settings 
  • Export Settings, Annotation Styles
  • Project Units and Phases
  • Defining Preloaded Content and Its Behaviour
  • Annotation, Component, System Families
  • MEP Settings, Creating Sheet Standards
  • Title blocks, Sheet Organization

Work sets and Work sharing

  • Understanding Central Files 
  • Creating a Central File, New Work set 
  • Creating and Working with Local Files 
  • Synchronizing a Local File with the Central File 
  • Managing and Using the Power of Work sets 

Project Collaboration

  • Preparing Your Files for Sharing
  • Working with Linked Revit Files, Linking Revit Files, Managing Revit Links 
  • Monitoring Elements, Responding to Change Alerts
  • Reconciling Hosting, Maintaining Project Coordination
  • Linking CAD Files 
  • Exporting Revit File to a CAD Format
  • Using Image Files in a Revit MEP
  • Autodesk Revit Server
  • Cloud-Based Solutions

Multiplatform Interoperability: Working with 2D and 3D Data 

  • 2D Data Types
  • 2D Data for Standard Details 
  • 2D Data for Plans, Sections, and Elevations
  • 3D Data Types, ADSK 
  • AutoCAD DWG, SketchUp 
  • Other File Formats 


  • Understanding Parameter Basics
  • Choosing the Correct Parameter 
  • Naming Parameters 
  • Type Parameters, Instance Parameters
  • Setting Parameter Discipline, Type, and Grouping
  • Using Parameters in Families 
  • Dimensional Parameters Lock Function
  • Parameter Types, Type Catalogues, Formulas
  • System Parameters, Lookup Tables
  • Using Shared Parameters, Project Parameters 
  • Parameters in Schedules 
  • Working with Formulas, Rounding 


  • Defining Schedules 
  • Fields Tab, Filter Tab, Sorting/Grouping Tab 
  • Formatting Tab, Appearance Tab
  • Editing a Schedule 
  • Mechanical Equipment Schedules
  • Lighting Fixture, System Family, Model Component Schedules
  • Using Schedules for Design and Analysis
  • Schedule Keys, Panel Schedules
  • Using Schedules for Project Management
  • Sheet List, View List, Note Block 

Autodesk Revit MEP for Electrical 


  • Efficient Lighting Design 
  • Spaces and Lighting
  • The Reflected Ceiling Plan 
  • Lighting Work sets and Analysis
  • Hosting Options for Lighting Fixtures and Devices 
  • Lighting Fixtures in a Ceiling
  • Lighting Fixtures in Sloped Ceilings
  • Ceiling Changes 
  • Overhead Fixtures in Spaces with No Ceiling
  • Wall-Mounted Lights
  • Switches, Site Lighting
  • The Site Plan, Site Lighting Layout, Site Lighting Analysis 

Power and Communications 

  • Modelling Methods for Power and Systems Devices 
  • Using Annotation Symbols
  • Using Face-Hosted Families 
  • Avoiding Interference of Symbols 
  • Creating Circuits
  • Placing Devices and Equipment Connections
  • Disconnect Switches
  • Distribution Equipment and Transformers 
  • Switchboards, Panels, Other Equipment 
  • Creating Power Distribution Systems
  • Power Diagrams 
  • Tips for Creating Power Diagrams
  • Creating a Fire Alarm System Model 
  • Fire Alarm Riser Diagram
  • Fire Alarm Diagram Using Drafting Tools and Symbols
  • Modeling Conduit and Cable Tray 
  • Defining Electrical Settings
  • Placing Conduit in a Model
  • Placing Cable Tray in a Model 
  • Creating Family Types

Circuiting and Panels

  • Establishing Electrical Settings 
  • Wiring Settings, Voltage Definitions
  • Distribution Systems, Load Calculations
  • Creating Circuits and Wiring for Devices and Fixtures 
  • Editing Wiring, Editing Circuits
  • Drawing Wires Manually 
  • Controlling Wire Display 
  • Managing Circuits and Panels
  • Circuit Properties, Wire Properties
  • Panel Properties, Other Panels and Circuits
  • Using Schedules for Sharing Circuit Information 

Managing Content in Autodesk Revit MEP Electrical

Solid Modeling

  • Solids and Voids
  • Extrusions, Blends, Revolves, Sweeps 
  • Swept Blends, Joining Geometry 
  • Voids, Reference Planes and Lines 
  • Constraints and Dimensions 
  • Visibility Control, In-Place Massing

Creating Symbols and Annotations 

  • Using Drafting Tools in Revit
  • Drawing Arcs, Using Other Drawing Tools 
  • Creating Filled Regions
  • Building a Symbol Library
  • Generic Annotations 
  • Subcategories, Text and Labels 
  • Detail Components
  • Controlling Visibility of Lines, Regions, and Annotations
  • Using Visibility Parameters
  • Using Constraints, Using Labels and Tags
  • Label Format Options, Labels and Linework 

Creating Equipment 

  • Modelling MEP Equipment
  • Hosting Options, Family Categories
  • Detail Level, Geometry for Connection Points 
  • Equipment Pads 
  • Adding Connectors to Equipment Families 
  • Duct Connectors, Pipe Connectors 
  • Electrical Connectors
  • Multiple Connectors in Families 
  • Creating Clearance Spaces 
  • Adding Parameters and Constraints 

Creating Lighting Fixtures 

  • Understanding Types of Lighting Fixture Families
  • Non hosted Lighting Fixtures
  • Face-Hosted Lighting Fixtures
  • Face-Hosted Families for Wall-Mounted Lights 
  • Fixture Types Based on Dimensions
  • Fixture Types Based on Fixture Performance and Lighting Characteristics 
  • Naming Conventions
  • Performing a Lighting Analysis 
  • Light Source Location 
  • Light Source Definitions 
  • Light Source Parameters 
  • Using Fixture Families as Intelligent Objects 
  • Using Parameters 
  • Adding Connectors 
  • Representing Light Fixtures on Construction Documents

Creating Devices 

  • Modeling Device Geometry
  • Category and Parameters 
  • Geometry and Reference Planes
  • Using Annotations for Devices 
  • Adding Parameters and Connectors
  • Using Parameters for Labels
  • Adding Connectors 
  • The Bottom Line


  • Drafting and Detailing Tools
  • Line Styles 
  • Regions
  • Detail Components
  • CAD Details 
  • Using Drafting Views
  • Converting Details 
  • Strategies for Creating a Detail Library 
  • Inserting 2D Elements 
  • Inserting Views
  • Model Detail Views 
  • Plan Callouts 
  • Section Callouts


  • Creating a Titleblock 
  • Using Existing CAD Graphics 
  • Using Text and Labels 
  • Using Logos and Images
  • Working with Sheets in a Project
  • Organizing Project Browser Sheets
  • Placing Views on Sheets 
  • Working with Viewports
  • Adding Annotations 
  • Placing Schedules
  • Using Sheet Lists 
  • Making Sheet Revisions 
  • Printing Sheets 
  • Exporting Sheets 
  • Revit MEP Electrical Training
  • Lab Exercises, Project work, Unlimited Lab Access, Free Re-training
  • Project using Revit MEP for Electrical
  • Revit MEP classroom training. Instructor led hands-on classes.
  • 2 Weeks or Fast Track 2 Days
  • Revit Electrical Training on Weekdays, Weekends and Evenings
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