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Bi-directionality of Revit through ISM with RAM: Training

Bi-directionality of Revit through ISM with RAM: Training

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I am a Jr. Structural Engineer at an AE firm that uses Revit. We have become pretty proficient with using Revit as a modeling tool as well as for drawings but I would like to try to use some of the structural functions.
Specifically what I am looking to be able to do is to start with the Architectural Model in Revit, copy monitor and build/start a Structural Revit Model than export to RAM size elements than bring the changes back to Revit.
I have watched some training from Bentley and YouTube about using Revit with RAM but I was wondering if anyone knows of a company, group or person that offers direct training on the bi-directionality of Revit through ISM with RAM?

RE: Bi-directionality of Revit through ISM with RAM: Training

We have a class with on demand recordings:
http://learn.bentley.com/app/Public/ViewLearningPa...

It’s not on the current schedule for a live offering due to low demand.

A couple of options:
• If you have a Bentley Learn subscription or Open Access you can review the ondemand recordings.
• We can add the class to our live schedule if there is sufficient demand (at least 3 registered users).
• Or we can do custom account specific training (but that's more expensive).

Otherwise you might contact Sam Rubenzer at ForSE. He does this type of training as well.

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