Cubit Intermediate is a full-day training course for those who already understand the basics of Cubit, and have a working understanding of the software.
Further your knowledge and skills with hands-on, practical exercises that are easy to follow, and explore some of the features and functionality of this powerful system. A computer is provided for each participant to use during the course and our small class sizes give you the opportunity for maximum interaction with your trainer.
The day is fully catered with lunch and afternoon tea provided, and regular breaks throughout the day allow you to keep your concentration levels high. You’ll receive a workbook to help guide you through the exercises and refer back to after the course, so you won’t forget all you’ve learned.
Cubit Intermediate gives you the knowledge and skill you need to create more detailed estimates, and empowers you to increase efficiency, productivity and profitability.
Maximise your investment in Cubit and learn how much it can do for you and your business. Find out what’s covered in the course below.
Learn more about Cubit’s features and functionality.
Significantly reduce time in the learning process.
Save time from trial and error so that every estimate you complete is done efficiently.
See examples of how to utilise Cubit features, and take part in short exercises.
Learn how to contextualise real-life situations
Devoted time to learning and focusing on technique, rather than the end business goal.
Increase your productivity at work by applying the learned principles
The training gave me a greater understanding of the exceptional functionality of Cubit.- Steven Pohl, 3D Design & Build Pty Ltd
Matt leads both fundamental and intermediate training across Australia. With a background in IT, Matt enjoys learning about how customers operate, so he can demonstrate the best solutions for your business within Cubit, no matter what your level of ability or experience.
With a background in education, Jimmy leads both fundamental and intermediate training across Australia. He is passionate about helping you achieve your unique business goals, by breaking down the software and giving you a practical understanding, so you can apply what you’ve learned to your business.
Rate code grouping
Creating and importing code groups; applying codes to an estimate; and sorting jobs by codes.
Creating and applying variations; and reporting in variations.
Price lists and job updates
Creating and importing a price list; updating a job from a price list; job statuses; and updating job controls.
Advanced estimating and takeoff
Calculating cost per area and GFA; using columns in the estimate sheet; using the shapes pane and editing the details pane; estimating with formulas; and openings without windows and doors.
Creating a plan revision; and editing and adding shapes in revision mode
Parameters for various reports; and exporting options.
To participate in the course, you should have already completed Cubit Fundamentals; or have been using Cubit, are familiar with its basic functions and features, and are able to create an estimate and complete takeoff.