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Managing changes to your estimate in Cubit Estimating

Cubit Classroom Fundamentals

Course Overview:

This virtual short course is for those who already understand the basics of Cubit Estimating and have a practical understanding of the software. It provides the skills and knowledge you need to be confident with some of the more complex features of Cubit Estimating, and make your estimating process faster and more accurate. 

This course covers elements from our Cubit Estimating Intermediate Classroom Training to give you the skills to work with the advanced functions of the software and help increase your productivity and accuracy.



  • You will learn how to create, track, manage and review revisions to your Jobs
  • You will learn how to inspect changes on a 2D PDF plan and how to modify existing takeoff
  • You will be able to generate a Revision Comparison Report to show you the differences between your original estimate and your revised estimate
  • You will understand how to create, manage and report on variations in your Job




You should have already completed our Cubit Estimating Fundamentals Classroom Training, or both the Natural Estimating 101: An Introduction to Cubit Estimating and Producing Estimates in Cubit Estimating virtual short courses. 

You should be familiar with Cubit Estimating and it’s basic functions and features, and be able to create an estimate and perform quantity takeoffs.



Learn more about Cubit’s features and functionality.

Reduce Time

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