Bluebeam Revu Tips are a great way for your team to get training. Like toolbox talks with safety, they help remind your field team the best ways to make their PDF work easier. Bluebeam training is found in many places but the short tips seem to be what’s in most demand. It keeps everyone learning and moving toward greater productivity. I noticed that Bluebeam started tweeting short and concise tips recently. Here are a few of my favorites:
— Bluebeam, Inc. (@Bluebeam) December 13, 2016
— Bluebeam, Inc. (@Bluebeam) November 21, 2016
— Bluebeam, Inc. (@Bluebeam) December 27, 2016
— Bluebeam, Inc. (@Bluebeam) January 24, 2017
Good Bluebeam Revu training teaches much more than how to use each feature. It ensures your team masters the tools with specific class exercises that reinforce what they learned. Ideally, best practices are incorporated into the teaching along with shortcuts and how-tos. These include:
There’s more to training than learning Bluebeam Revu features and functions. It’s putting it all together and to know when to use each function, workflow or tool. For management, it’s finding the best methods to deploy Revu to the field and getting buy-in throughout the entire team. Your Bluebeam training will be customized to the role of your employee or the task they need to complete.
Watch for my Twitter designed Bluebeam Training Tips, especially showcasing the new Revu 2017 features coming in March of 2017. They’ll be incorporated into this blog so you don’t have to go to Twitter to view them. Feel free to suggest tip topics in the comments.
Carol Hagen is a Bluebeam Certified Instructor and serves clients throughout the entire United States. I guarantee you’ll be happy with our training rates and the performance improvement of your team. <a href=”mailto:email@example.com”>Email Me</a> to schedule Bluebeam instructor-led on-line training or On-Site training at your facility.