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If you are like many who join talks about chiefarchitect, you may think that Chiefarchitect is complicated and there is too much to learn. Ofcourse yes! Every thing has a learning curve. How ever you can shorten the time, if you are lucky to get coatchings from some one that knows well about the subject matter. My tutorials on mastering chiefarchitect are based on the amazing workflows that I have developed during the years I was using chiefarchitect. My workflow based tutoring service makes learning Chiefarchitect fun and easy –Believe me you will be up and running in no time! And remmember my workflow based tutoring packages will be simple, affordable and rewarding for you.

 

I would like to welcome you to my tutoring service once again. And I would like you know that sessions are provided online using Skype screen sharing. In addition to the that, We also provide  trainees a link to an exclusive video instructions based on trainee's specific requirements.

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Email: yhservices999@gmail.com
Price: $40 USD/Hour


Trainees will cover the following in a Very short time.

Building Modeling, Exploring the Default and Preference settings, Working with chiefarchitect tools in General, Creating a Basic Floor Plan, Creating and Modifying Floor Levels, Working with Automatic and Manual Dimensions, Adding and Modifying Walls, Using Editing tools, Adding and Modifying Doors and Windows, Developing the Building Model, Adding Stairs and Railings, Automatic and Manual Roofs, Creating and Modifying Terrains, Working with Chief's Cad tools, Creating and importing(.SKP, DWG, DXF etc) Symbols, Loading Additional Building Components, Working with Framing Tools, Automatic and Manual Framing Techniques, Adding Library items, Managing Views, Controlling Object Visibility and Working with Layers, Creating and Modifying Section and Elevation Views, Creating and Modifying 3D Views, Placing Dimensions, Creating Callout Views, Working with Layouts, Working with Annotation sets, working with reference sets, Basics of Construction Documentation, Creating Schedules, Presenting the Building Model and Creating Renderings.


Watch the video bellow. That is how we do

Thanks.

 

 

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This is not by any means related to chief architect incorporation. 

 

 

 

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Some one asked me what "workflow based tutoring" means.
I tried to explain him as follows
"User work flow means ways of doing things effectively by using the tools of the software. And in order to effeciently take advantage of the tools, users develope their own ways of doing things in the program environment. That is what we call "workflow". Work flows are learned through practice and by learning from others. Watching how gurus do their stuff for 30 minutes can be much more productive than trying it by your self. You know what re inventing wheels mean. I just given him a good example by picking a post that I posted earlier in tips and techniques.

 

A rough study made by one of the gurus here show that, users who spend 3 hours/week with a guru are 10 times faster in mastering the program than those who don't" 
 

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I reposted a link to this post at Facebook - Users of Chief Architect. A number of other African users post there who live in South Africa, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Kenya and elsewhere of course.

 

DJP

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On 6/6/2019 at 1:47 AM, DavidJPotter said:

I reposted a link to this post at Facebook - Users of Chief Architect. A number of other African users post there who live in South Africa, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Kenya and elsewhere of course.

 

DJP

 


Thanks David. My pleasure sir.
Had few kenyan clients earlier, one of them I recall needed a design of  RCC building(picture attached). I have indians, brazilian clients and all over the world. Indians, like here in ethiopia and kenya build RCC buildings.


Aa you know, chiefarchitect is number one software when it comes to design of timber structures, that is why it is widely used in America, Canada, Australia, Newzeeland including Europe and as a matter of fact most of my clients are from this areas. Specially USA and Canada. They always get surprised when I tell them I am in ethiopia. They hardly believe me when I tell them that I am in Ethiopia. My service as they say is "the highest quality they could find in their locale, appart from the significant dollars they save". I am still learning.

 

That is it David, thanks so much. You have always been a role model to me.
I think it would be a good idea to create an international chief user group 
" Chief Users Without Borders"
 I will follow the facebook page too.
Thank you so much sir.

 

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