Whether you choose to increase your skills with AutoCAD or REVIT, Humber Continuous Professional Learning certificates are recognized across industrial, architectural and engineering fields. The biggest difference in these two paths, is that AutoCAD is a CAD software and Revit is software for Building Information Modeling (BIM). AutoCAD gives you data based on your design objects, whereas Revit gives you data on the construction of your models. AutoCAD is considered best for 2D drawing, whereas Revit is better for modeling and getting cost estimates. However, they are interoperable and are commonly used together to incorporate designs created in AutoCAD within a Revit project. AutoCAD may be used on certain projects or components of a design, while Revit is used to generate BIM deliverables and to enable collaboration with other design disciplines. It is an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architecture, engineering, and construction professionals the tools to efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure.
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Humber Continuous Professional Learning Certificates provide access to professionally developed, high-quality certificates with relevant material and resources. A Humber certification shows employers that you have undergone formal training from a recognized institution.