Bitesize Bluebeam for Administrative Professionals

$249.00

Product Overview

Administrative teams have unique document workflows that demand a different set of tools compared to design and construction teams. A typical Bluebeam class concentrates on design markups, estimating and collecting field data, but this class is very different! In just two hours you’ll be ready to combine documents, mark for redaction, apply digital signatures and several other important administrative tasks. 

Learning Objectives: 

  • Extracting pages from existing documents 
  • Use Redaction to quickly clean sensitive information from documents 
  • Creating and applying digital signatures 
  • Updating Page Labels 
  • Applying headers and footers
  • Search document text and visual symbols
  • Apply stamps
  • Flag important content in documents 

Course Requirements (Technology & Participation)

Please ensure you meet the following requirements: 

  • Have Bluebeam 2018 or newer installed, and ready to go before class. If you don’t currently have a license of Bluebeam Revu, you can download a free trial here. 
  • Attendance via tablet or phone is not recommended. You should have a mouse with a scroll wheel when attending this class. In Bluebeam there are several right-click shortcuts, and the wheel will help you zoom in/out on documents.\
  • 2-screen computer set-up is recommended. This will allow you to watch the instructor on one screen while practicing on the other.

About the Instructor - Troy DeGroot, Bluebeam Certified Instructor, UChapter2 | Owner 

As a Bluebeam Certified Consultant, Bluebeam Certified Instructor, and Implementation Specialist, Troy travels the country training over 2,000 students annually with customized tools and workflows. It is these extensive and diverse training opportunities that have led to Troy being a requested annual presenter at AIA meetings, Bluebeam Academy and Bluebeam’s very own eXtreme Conference (XCON).

With over 20 years in the industry, Troy has cultivated a deep understanding of the requirements of customers, the needs of end users, common goals of management, and the capacities of the technology. He has led many companies through successful software implementations and training. Having served as the BIM Manager for a large multi-discipline engineering firm, he provides a broad understanding of the industry and the evolution of technology.