Hi, I'm studying interior design via a remote program. Revit was recommended over CAD in our program. I've had an initial intro course a year ago to fit their scheduling, but did not need to use it until now.
I've found Ian's Beginner's course to be valuable so far in explaining many of the smaller points and functions that can trip me up when I think I know what I am doing (Why are those levels in the new project, I'm not using a template? Why can't I adjust that temporary dimension once and for all? etc.)
I'd like to work in healthcare design (my first long career was in healthcare) and want to learn as much as I can about BIM. I'm happy to find this resource!