Our Services: ARCHICAD Training

Whether you want a short 2-hour session or a multi-day course, we can help get you up to speed using ARCHICAD.

We know undertaking training takes you away from your projects, which is why we try to make them as easy to access - and relevant - as possible. We work with you to determine the topics and duration of your training session which can take place at your offices, or even online.

Regular courses:

New User Training: This one-on-one online course is split into to 90 minute sessions. It has been created for new staff members and those new to ARCHICAD.

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ARCHICAD Upgrade Training: This course can be run at your offices or online. It has been specifically designed for those moving from ARCHICAD 16, 17 or 18 to ARCHICAD 19.

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Other courses available on demand include:

  • Key Skills Training: This course is ideal to ensure staff are using the most up to date and efficient techniques.
  • Documentation: Run through the workflow steps required when creating 2D documentation from your ARCHICAD BIM model.
  • Managing ArchiCAD Projects: Learn how to work with ARCHICAD's inbuilt Project Management and Collaboration tools.
  • Creating Realistic Presentation Images: Discover how to create renders using the in-built CineRender Engine in ARCHICAD 18 and 19; or the Artlantis Rendering Suite (depending on your preference).

We can also deliver custom content if desired. To start, we will ask you to complete an online 'Training Needs Analyis' form to understand your current ARCHICAD skill level. The information obtained in the form will help us design a training program especially for you.

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Find out more

For more information regarding our courses, we recommend contacting our key trainer Ken Good on 0800 987 5466 or via email to discuss the best delivery approach for you.

About our trainers

Our key trainer, Ken Good, has been working with ARCHICAD for nearly 20 years, and in that time has clocked up over 15,000 hours of training. Ken is based in Scotland, but travels throughout the UK to deliver training to some of the country's top architects.