I'm training some staff member in Revit in a few weeks and I wanted to see how others who have trained staff have done it or anyone who's taken a great training session. I've taught intro training before but I thought I would take a different approach this time. I was thinking it would be more fun to take 3 or 4 days to actually put together a small building using all of the tools and elements you would use on a day to day basis in Revit. It seems like the other training sessions I've attended the instructor does small snippets displaying each tool and then sort of erasing what you've done and then moving on. It's been so long I can't really remember. Anyone have any fun and interactive approaches to basics training? Any advice would be appreciated.