CADsmart recently announced they've developed a fully integrated little skills assessment module for Revit which they plan to showcase during December’s Autodesk University convention in Las Vegas this month.
CADsmart has already created skill assessment tests for AutoCAD and MicroStation but this will be their first step into the world of BIM.
The first module will be for Revit Architecture but will be swiftly followed by assessments for Revit Structure and Revit MEP in early 2009.
The assessment covers 10 core areas of basic Revit skills; basic element creation, views & sheets, detailing, annotation & keynotes, component placement, dimensions & rules, importing DWG, families and parts, scheduling and coordinates & orientation.
Upon completion of their assessment, candidates receive a certificate with a full breakdown of stage scores and times, together with detailed training needs analysis. The software also has a live recording feature, so sessions can be replayed for training or support purposes afterward.
To request a free trial of the new Revit skills assessment software go to: http://www.cadsmart.net/revitskills