Autocad Training

Autocad Training

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Become a very good AutoCAD user in few hours.

AutoCAD is a package used for 2D & 3D Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Drafting. It is used across a wide range of industries, by architects, project managers, engineers, designers, and other professionals, for product and service design and development. AutoCAD is relevant in a wide range of industries, including aerospace, automobile, transportation, electrical, telecommunications and utilities.

Theory and practical demonstrations are integrated in the daily training to provide the greatest possible benefit to the user. Delegates will be educated with the most current techniques and learning, enabling them to specialize in designing & drafting outstanding structures.

Who should attend?
People like Architects, Builders, Technicians, Engineers, Pipe fitters, etc, who desire to take their professional skills to the next level.

Objectives: At the end of this course, you will be able

  • To utilized AutoCAD package to produce 2D objects.
  • To design, draft and model a wide range of structures in domains like: Architectural, Electrical (Power, Lighting & Control circuit), Mechanical (i.e. Plumbing, HVAC, Product Design, etc.), and Civil Engineering, to name but a few

Prerequisite: You must have acquired the following before enrolment

  • Basic Computer knowledge
  • AutoCAD Software (we can help you with this at extra cost)
  • PC systems

Course Price: 20,000NGN

Duration: Approx 10 hrs to complete

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Course Outline at a Glance
Part 1 (2D) Part 2 (3D)
  1. Understanding AutoCAD user interface
  2. Choosing a work process before you begin
  3. Customizing the drawing environment
  4. Creating of Objects
  5. Modifying Objects
  6. Talking with Drawing
  7. Utilizing AutoCAD Design Center
  8. Plotting
  1. Swtching from 2D to 3D Workspace
  2. Understanding the 3D workspace
  3. Creating 3D Models
  4. Modifying 3D Models
  5. Creating 2D Drawings form 3D Drawings
  6. Rendering of Models
  7. Modeling of MEP objects

 

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