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    Members of AUGI, you'll notice that the AU class handouts are being added to the forums (must be logged in to download the files). I'm going to link to the classes, just to have a pointer directly to them.

    Even if there isn't an FM track for a year of AU handouts, I'd still recommend that you check out the CAD Management and Programming coursework. Obviously, when you work on a huge scale like in CAFM, you can benefit from automation and standardization tips and tricks and code snippets.

    Autodesk University 2002 - Facilities Management Track:

    FM23-1: Developing a FM Automation Program for AutoCAD - A Real World Example!
    Instructors: Brian M. Wildt (wildtb@weasler.com) and Phil A. Leverault and Dave Espinosa-Aguilar


    Class Description: In this course we\'ll show you how we developed an automation program from concept to implementation. We\'ll discuss how to get started, what things to keep in mind as the concept gets off the ground and a few problems that you may run into. We know there are many companies out there looking for ways to save time and money in their drafting departments. We want to share our experience with you and show you just what can be accomplished and maybe give you some ideas to get started with a program of your own.

    FM33-1: FM Desktop™ Leveraging AutoCAD to Meet Your Facility Management Needs…
    Instructor: Bob Fahlin


    Class Description: Using FM Desktop™ and Autodesk® technologies to return sanity to the chaos that is facility management.

    FM34-1: Facility Management Made Easy with faciliCAD
    Instructor: Bill Kilp


    Class Description: Needs Analysis, Existing Data Review, Software Selection, Data Input, Data Extraction, Data Management and Software Maintenance are all phases of implementing a facility management system. Each of these topics could be a class in itself. The intent of this course is to give the student a bird’s eye view of the process from the early stages of conceptual meetings, to implementation and use of the system. The main focus will be on data entry. We will discuss the minimum requirements for creating space chargeback reports to entering additional data such as employees and assets. We will cover the basic steps necessary to attach and link CAD floor plans to an external database using faciliCAD. The combination of faciliCAD and AutoDesk’s AutoCAD, Architectural Desktop or AutoCAD Map, gives the user all the tools needed to create graphic and non-graphic Space, Employee and Assets reports.
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    Autodesk University 2003 - Facilities Management Track:

    FM12-1L: Introduction to dbConnect for Facilities Management
    Instructor: Scott McFarlane

    Class Description: This hands-on lab will give you a jump-start into the world of database connectivity. Learn how to set up a database connection, create links, and turn your drawing into a powerful interface to your database. Explore the dbConnect Manager and the Data View window and create intelligent annotation using Labels. Create simple and even complex queries with the Query Editor.

    FM13-1: From CAD to CEO with Autodesk and ARCHIBUS/FM
    Instructor: Gregory J. Alevras

    Class Description:
    About ARCHIBUS, Inc.
    Why Automate Facilities

    FM31-1: Digging Deep into Databases
    Instructor: Scott McFarlane

    Class Description: This session takes a holistic approach to the topic of database integration with AutoCAD. Rather than focusing only on the tools (such as dbConnect), we will examine all the issues that you are faced with when integrating a CAD system with a database system. You will learn the fundamentals of database design and SQL, and study real-world examples that show how important these skills are to the success of your application. This session will also explore how development environments, such as VBA, can be used to extend the built-in features. We will combine this knowledge with the use of AutoCAD and dbConnect to develop a complete application from start to finish.

    FM32-1: ChargeBack Reports: From CAD Drawing to Database Report
    Instructor: Bill Kilp

    Class Description: When budget time comes around one of the goals of any facility manager is to produce a chargeback report. This session will analyze all the elements required to produce chargeback reports. We'll use AutoCAD 2004 to define the methods for outlining the spaces, faciliCAD v2 for the database data entry of room information, and Crystal Reports for the final report.

    FM33-1: Autodesk Map and Autodesk MapGuide for Facilities Management
    Instructor: Barry Kelly

    Class Description: This session will address both inside and outside plant FM requirements. Most facilities management drawings are not spatially referenced, a factor that can impact the use of Autodesk Map and Autodesk MapGuide. You will learn tips and tricks for this environment.
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    Autodesk University 2004 - Facilities Management Track:

    FM23-1L: Introduction to dbConnect for Facilities Management
    Instructors: Scott McFarlane – SHM Development, Inc.

    Class Description: This hands-on lab will give you a jump start into the world of database connectivity. Learn how to set up a database connection, create links, and turn your drawing into a powerful interface to your database. Explore the dbConnect Manager and the Data View window and create intelligent annotation using Labels. Create simple and even complex queries with the Query Editor. This class is designed for facility managers who use AutoCAD® and want a jump start into the DbConnect user interface.

    FM31-1: From Architectural Desktop to Facility Management Reports
    Instructors: Bill Kilp – faciliCAD LLC and John Janzen – faciliCAD LLC

    Class Description: Learn to use Autodesk Architectural Desktop and faciliCAD V2 to connect CAD drawings with a Microsoft SQL database, harnessing the power of Architectural Desktop with facility management-specific features. Link Space and Area objects to database records to transform Architectural Desktop drawings into intelligent resources, extending their value beyond the design phase throughout the life of the building. Learn to create a live database link between architectural Space and Area objects to records in an SQL Database. Changes in the database affect the CAD drawing and vice versa.

    FM33-1: Publish Building FM Information to the Web Using Autodesk MapGuide®
    Instructors: Bill Kilp – faciliCAD LLC and Glenn Stazak – Stazak Consulting Services

    Class Description: Building Lifecycle Information can be entered, accessed, and edited within an AutoCAD® or Autodesk® Architectural Desktop drawing and published to a customizable web-based environment using Autodesk MapGuide technology and faciliCAD. Use MapGuide to view and report on space, people, and asset information from a web-based format that requires virtually no learning curve. This class is designed for CAD managers and users. It will be somewhat technical but interesting for its simplicity.

    FM41-1: Digging Deep into Databases
    Instructors: Scott McFarlane – SHM Development, Inc.

    Class Description: This session takes a holistic approach to the topic of database integration with AutoCAD®. Rather than focusing only on the tools (such as dbConnect), we will examine all the issues that you are faced with when integrating a CAD system with a database system. You will learn the fundamentals of database design and SQL, and study real-world examples that show how important these skills are to the success of your application. This session will also explore how development environments, such as VBA, can be used to extend the built-in features. We will combine this knowledge with the use of AutoCAD and dbConnect to develop a complete application from start to finish. This class is designed for anyone who is beginning to work with the database connectivity features of AutoCAD, but may not have a strong foundation of database knowledge.
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    Autodesk University 2005 - Facilities Management Track:

    FM34-1L: Introduction to dbConnect for Facilities Management
    Instructors: Scott McFarlane and Bill Kimbrell (Assistant); Jimmy Bergmark (Assistant)

    Class Description: This hands-on lab will give you a jump-start into the world of database connectivity. Learn how to set up a database connection, create links, and turn your drawing into a powerful interface to your database. Explore the dbConnect Manager and the Data View window and create intelligent annotation using Labels. Create simple and even complex queries with the Query Editor.

    FM33-1: dbConnect for Facilities Management
    Instructor: Scott McFarlane

    Class Description: Facilities Management is a complex, multifaceted field. It is no surprise that commercial off-the-shelf software geared toward FM tends to be equally complex, and often demands steep learning curves. For many of us, however, AutoCAD’s built in dbConnect functionality provides a suitable alternative for meeting the needs of the typical facilities manager. This class provides an introduction to dbConnect, and shows how this technology can be used to accomplish specific FM tasks. We will explore the built-in capabilities of the dbConnect user interface, as well as demonstrate some simple, yet powerful custom macros that offer more advanced functionality.

    FM22-1: Autodesk Architectural Desktop: The Facility Manager's Dream
    Instructor: David Shepherd

    Class Description: The combination of new Architectural Desktop 2006 features, such as Display Themes and Database Fields, together with ADT Areas, Spaces, and Scheduling make the software a formidable out-of-thebox solution for facility managers. This session will demonstrate how easily room booking, asset tracking, and lease chargeback data can be linked into ADT 2006 without complex programming or recourse to third-party applications.

    FM13-1: DWF and Effective Facility Information Management
    Instructor: Robert Fahlin

    Class Description: Learn how to unleash the power of DWF to address the facility information management and documentation needs of your organization. Learn how embedded Autodesk technologies can provide an end-to-end solution for CAD operators, administrators, and others responsible for the management and dissemination of facility information. DWF provides the catalyst to bring facility drawings and data together in an easy-to-access format.

    FM12-2: Tips and Tricks for Evaluating, Selecting, and Implementing a CAFM Solution
    Instructor: Bill Kilp

    Class Description: The following are all phases of implementing a facility management system: needs analysis, existing data review, software selection, data input, data extraction, data management, and software maintenance. Each of these topics could be a class in itself. The intent of this course is to give attendees a bird’s-eye view of the process from the early stages of conceptual meetings, to implementation and use of the system. The main focus will be on data entry. We will discuss the minimum requirements for creating space chargeback reports to entering additional data such as employees and assets.

    FM11-2: Chargeback Reports: From CAD Drawings to Database Report
    Instructor: Bill Kilp

    Class Description: When budget time comes around, one of the goals of any facility manager is to produce a chargeback report. This session will analyze all the elements required to produce chargeback reports. We will uncover the mystique surrounding the ANSI BOMA and IFMA documents defining Standard Methods for Measuring Floor Area. We will use AutoCAD 2006 to define the methods for outlining the spaces using Polyline as the space boundaries. Once defined, these boundaries can be linked to a database using a third-party CAFM solution.
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    Autodesk University 2006 - Facilities Management Track:

    FM11-1: Make FM Part of Your AutoCAD® World
    Instructor: Shaun Bryant - STJ2 Constultants Ltd.

    Class Description: This session focuses on how a computer-based FM system can enhance your AutoCAD facilities drawings. We’ll demonstrate how easy it is to implement an integrated FM system with your existing AutoCAD drawings and data. We’ll present insights into how to prepare your existing drawings for the move to an FM system and how to link them to that system. We’ll also demonstrate the benefits and productivity gains that can be achieved. This session is for intermediate and seasoned AutoCAD users who have yet to move to an integrated FM system. Users of any version of AutoCAD who want to enhance their understanding of proprietary facilities management systems and AutoCAD will benefit from this in-depth session. Some prior experience of facilities management will be helpful.

    FM12-1: Facility Management Handbook
    Instructors: Bob Fahlin - Autodesk, Inc.

    Class Description: This session is designed to be a primer for all those involved in the management of the facility environment. Attendees will review a summary of issues and challenges that face today’s facility professionals. Learn how to manage space occupancy and allocation information. Understand how facility infrastructure can impact the workplace. See how Autodesk is helping facility management professionals step up to the challenges with world-class solutions and advanced technologies.

    FM22-1: Digging Deep into Databases [Part 1]
    Instructors: Scott McFarlane - Geotropix, Inc.

    Class Description: This session takes a holistic approach to the topic of database integration with AutoCAD. Rather than focusing only on the tools (such as dbConnect), we will examine all the issues that you are faced with when integrating a CAD system with a database system. You will learn the fundamentals of database design and SQL, and study real-world examples that show how important these skills are to the success of your application. This session will also explore how development environments, such as VBA, can be used to extend the built-in features. We will combine this knowledge with the use of AutoCAD and dbConnect to develop a complete application from start to finish.

    FM24-1: From Blue Line to Bottom Line Using Autodesk® FMDesktop
    Instructors: Matt Davoren - CADD Microsystems, Inc.

    Class Description: The technology aspect of facilities management is critical to maintaining an organization’s infrastructure to support the overall business objectives, but where do you get started? This is a crucial part of a facility manager’s strategic plan. By utilizing Autodesk newest solution, FM Desktop, your company can avoid the classic mistakes and post-implementation blues that can occur when a maintenance plan for people and systems is not in place. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about technology’s role in making you better in Facility Management.
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    Autodesk University 2007 - Facility Management Track:

    FM500-1: Autodesk FMDesktop from CAD to the Web
    Instructor: Bob Fahlin

    Class Description: This session is a comprehensive FMDesktop workshop that covers all the components of Autodesk FMDesktop, a computer aided facility management (CAFM) suite of products. You will learn how to take a static drawing and turn it into a powerful facility management tool using Facility Manager, the FMDesktop component that provides space allocation reporting, occupancy assignments, and move management. You will learn how to publish your facility management information to your corporate intranet or the Web in minutes using Facility Web. This session is designed for facility management professionals familiar with basic CAFM concepts. CAD expertise is not required for this session.

    FM318-1: Using Autodesk FMDesktop in the Real World
    Instructor: Arthur Franz

    Class Description: Learn how the flexible structure in Autodesk FMDesktop allows you to apply its toolset to solve facilities issues. In this session, you'll discover how to add User Definable Fields (UDF) to store data unique to your facility; produce graphical thematic reports with Dynamic Hatching to show reports such as classroom utilization, contractor and intern seats, floor finishes, and room types; and how to define distribution systems for your facilities infrastructure using Service and Dependant relationships. We'll also use examples in our discussion on how computer equipment is affected when you take down a router and identifying which thermostat controls the temperature of a specific room.

    FM314-1: Revit Architecture and Autodesk FMDesktop: The "Dynamic Duo" of Facilities Management
    Instructor: Clyne Curtis

    Class Description: This session will introduce management professionals, architects, and space planners to the powerful relationship that exists when parametric software (Revit Architecture) integrates with facilities management software (Autodesk FMDesktop). You’ll learn how to leverage your BIM model and facilities data into a supercharged facilities management tool. We’ll explore how to create up-to-date space, asset, occupancy, and move-management information for your facility or campus and learn how to present that information to end users with an extremely user-friendly interface. Real-world examples of linking Brigham Young University campus buildings in Revit Architecture to Autodesk FMDesktop will be used to highlight the power of this dynamic software duo!

    FM304-1: Detailed Reporting in Autodesk® FMDesktop™
    Instructor: Jon Luby

    Class Description: With the help of the Autodesk FMDesktop software suite, this class will delve into the reporting capabilities within Facility Manager. Utilizing Drawing Queries, Facility Reporting, and Dynamic Reports, we’ll showcase how to retrieve, filter, and customize reporting requirements.

    FM300-1: Complying with the U.S. National CAD Standard: Do Your Drawings Comply?
    Instructors: Rick Green, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, AIA, LEED AP

    Class Description: This class provides in-depth coverage of Unite States National CAD Standard (NCS) requirements that owners, facilities managers, and government agencies are now requiring for their construction drawings. This session includes workshop-style hands-on exercises that will cover many of the most common compliancy errors, and how to avoid them. The class includes examples of NCS-compliant drawings and strategies that can be referred to when implementing the NCS into the workplace. If you need to know more about NCS drawings and how to save time creating them, this class is for you.

    FM218-1: Implementing an FM Product with Your AutoCAD® Drawings and Block Data
    Instructor: Shaun Bryant

    Class Description: This session is for intermediate as well as seasoned AutoCAD users. We’ll demonstrate how to easily implement an FM product with your existing AutoCAD drawings and block data. You’ll learn how to use your existing AutoCAD block inventory to create a furniture and equipment inventory both on your drawings and in your FM system’s database. We’ll also demonstrate the benefits and productivity gains that can be made. Users of any version of AutoCAD who want to enhance their understanding of facilities management systems and AutoCAD will benefit from this in-depth session. Some prior experience of facilities management will be helpful.

    FM210-1: Don’t Get Floored in your Facility: From Revit® Architecture to Autodesk® FMDesktop™
    Instructors: Matt Davoren and Christopher Fernandez

    Class Description: There has never been a better time to utilize the powerful tools to design, build, and maintain a building and its life cycle. Learn how to create Revit Architecture building information models that you can then transfer to Autodesk FMDesktop with minimal effort. By exporting to spreadsheets of information and utilizing templates, you can easily import into FMDesktop. This allows facilities managers to track people, places, and things in a user-friendly environment.

    Creating parameters in Revit for rooms
    Scheduling the room objects, and more
    Exporting the schedule to delimited files
    Importing into FMDesktop
    The ease of use and functionality in FMDesktop

    FM204-1: Facility Management Handbook
    Instructor: Bob Fahlin

    Class Description: This session is designed to be a primer for all those involved in the management of the facility environment. Attendees will review a summary of issues and challenges that face today's facility professionals. Learn how to manage space occupancy and allocation information. Understand how facility infrastructure can impact the workplace. See how Autodesk is helping facility management professionals' step up to the challenges with world-class solutions and advanced technologies, easy enough to be used by the novice, yet powerful enough to meet the demands of even the most demanding facility management veterans.

    FM110-1: Using Autodesk DWF in Facilities Management
    Instructor: Mark Evans

    Class Description: This session demonstrates how DWF can be used to increase productivity in various facilities management tasks. Autodesk Design Review can be used to review, measure, and mark up drawings created for facilities construction, management, operations, renovation, and even demolition. Facilities managers or other facilities professionals can review drawings submitted by architects, engineers, or construction professionals. Facilities managers using Autodesk FMDesktop can create DWF drawings to share with their facility occupants or with service providers. This session demonstrates the power of Autodesk Design Review when used in conjunction with Autodesk building design applications and facilities management applications. It will also show how Autodesk Freewheel can be used to share DWF files without installing a viewer.

    FM104-1: Using Autodesk® FMDesktop for Space Management on a Shoestring Budget
    Instructor: James E. (Jimmy) Niles

    Class Description: This class will introduce the process and procedures to implement a space management system on a limited budget. We will explore the use of Autodesk FMDesktop to track departments, research grants, employees, room use, and more, for any size organization (whether it is 10,000 or 10 million square feet). We will also discuss how to make information readily available over the intranet or Internet by using third-party off-the-shelf products.
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    The Revit Technology Conference (RTC) handouts will be hosted on the forums as well, so I took a quick browse through the first set available to find some classes I feel are applicable to the post-construction set.

    RTC Australasia 2011

    Session 2:

    Revit Protocols and Standards - Where do I start?

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...ere-Do-I-Start

    Session 3:

    Still not sharing your coordinates?

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...ur-Coordinates

    Session 4:

    BIM - from the ashes rose the phoenix (IPD + and - on a $100m project)

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...-the-phoenix 

    Topography - the highs and lows

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...hs-and-lows! 

    Session 5:

    10 Free Revit Add-ons you can't live without

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...t-live-without

    Session 6:

    Training Your Staff

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...ing-your-staff

    Session 7:

    Beyond Buildings - Master Planning with Revit Architecture

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...t-Architecture

    Drop the B in BIM - how projects can benefit from IM, infrastructure or plants

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...p-the-B-in-BIM

    Understanding BIMWashing (how to spot it)

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...vice-Providers

    Case Study - Multi-disciplinary Clinic Project

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...Clinic-Project

    Master Planning Communities

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...ng-Communities

    Session 10:

    BIM & Healthcare: Caring is NOT Sharing

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...IS-NOT-Sharing

    Bringing BIM to the Site

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...IM-to-the-site

    Revit Collaboration Case Study

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...uot-Case-Study
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    I just ran across this post of mine from AU2006, covering a panel discussion, so there would be no course handout.

    http://mistressofthedorkness.blogspo...sful-cafm.html

    Keys to a Successful CAFM Implementation

    Denise Cahill from Cahill Consultants
    Shaun Bryant from CAD/FM Consultants Ltd
    Aaron Bukowitz from Avatech
    Matt Davoren from CADD Microsystems
    David Jordani from Jordani Consulting Group
    and was mediated by Mark Evans from Autodesk BSD

    Good topics include:
    Most Vital Components for a Successful Implementation
    Best Practices
    Steps During Implementation
    Awareness, Standardization

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    Autodesk University 2006 - Facilities Management Track:

    FM11-1: Make FM Part of Your AutoCAD® World
    Instructor: Shaun Bryant - STJ2 Constultants Ltd.

    Class Description: This session focuses on how a computer-based FM system can enhance your AutoCAD facilities drawings. We’ll demonstrate how easy it is to implement an integrated FM system with your existing AutoCAD drawings and data. We’ll present insights into how to prepare your existing drawings for the move to an FM system and how to link them to that system. We’ll also demonstrate the benefits and productivity gains that can be achieved. This session is for intermediate and seasoned AutoCAD users who have yet to move to an integrated FM system. Users of any version of AutoCAD who want to enhance their understanding of proprietary facilities management systems and AutoCAD will benefit from this in-depth session. Some prior experience of facilities management will be helpful.

    FM12-1: Facility Management Handbook
    Instructors: Bob Fahlin - Autodesk, Inc.

    Class Description: This session is designed to be a primer for all those involved in the management of the facility environment. Attendees will review a summary of issues and challenges that face today’s facility professionals. Learn how to manage space occupancy and allocation information. Understand how facility infrastructure can impact the workplace. See how Autodesk is helping facility management professionals step up to the challenges with world-class solutions and advanced technologies.

    FM22-1: Digging Deep into Databases [Part 1]
    Instructors: Scott McFarlane - Geotropix, Inc.

    Class Description: This session takes a holistic approach to the topic of database integration with AutoCAD. Rather than focusing only on the tools (such as dbConnect), we will examine all the issues that you are faced with when integrating a CAD system with a database system. You will learn the fundamentals of database design and SQL, and study real-world examples that show how important these skills are to the success of your application. This session will also explore how development environments, such as VBA, can be used to extend the built-in features. We will combine this knowledge with the use of AutoCAD and dbConnect to develop a complete application from start to finish.

    FM24-1: From Blue Line to Bottom Line Using Autodesk® FMDesktop
    Instructors: Matt Davoren - CADD Microsystems, Inc.

    Class Description: The technology aspect of facilities management is critical to maintaining an organization’s infrastructure to support the overall business objectives, but where do you get started? This is a crucial part of a facility manager’s strategic plan. By utilizing Autodesk newest solution, FM Desktop, your company can avoid the classic mistakes and post-implementation blues that can occur when a maintenance plan for people and systems is not in place. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about technology’s role in making you better in Facility Management.
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