Validate your skills and enhance your credibility through Autodesk certification. Passing a certification exam proves to your employer and clients that you are proficient on the software needed to do your job. This class will help you prepare for the Revit Architecture Professional Certification exam. Learn tips and trick on how to use the software to answer exam questions related to objectives, quickly and correctly, to ensure your success as you sit to take your exam.



Having been involved with Autodesk software since AutoCAD 2.6, Rick Feineis has over 22 years of experience training designers on the use of CAD and BIM software. As an Autodesk Certified Revit Instructor (ACI), CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+)and Autodesk Certified Examiner (ACE), Mr. Feineis has personally trained over 7,000 people on the use of CAD and BIM in the architecture, engineering, construction and manufacturing markets.

In addition to assisting customers in implementing Autodesk AEC platform products, he has also consulted globally with Autodesk and was a co-author of the AutoCAD Certified Associate and AutoCAD Certified Professional examinations.

Mr. Feineis is a founder and a Managing Partner of CAD Training Online, one of a handful of Autodesk Authorized Training Centers that is authorized by Autodesk to provide instructor-led training via the internet. In addition to providing eLearning and instructor led training, CAD Training Online develops the training for Autodesk, Global eTraining and several other global training providers.

Mr. Feineis is actively involved in a broad range of activities with clients by providing training, production, consulting, implementation, customization, management and strategic planning services, sales support, seminar presentations, account visits, user group presentations, product testing, and miscellaneous technical services as required. He is the Chairman of the Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC) Leadership Committee. He is responsible for representing the North American ATC channel to Autodesk.