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AutoCAD Course

About CAD

Computer-aided design (CAD) is –
1.The CAD system- a combination of hardware and software.
2.Effectively uses computers to create, modify, analyze, and optimize a design.
3.Mostly used for designing and drafting purposes.
4.Helps in creating precision drawings and technical illustrations.
5.Increases the productivity of the designer and improves the whole process of designing.

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    This course was developed for complete beginners, with practise files and a realistic project to allow you to put your new skills into practise as you learn them. Throughout this AutoCAD course, you will create your own real-world realistic project that is representative of the type you may be asked to create in the workplace. You will learn how to create a professional drawing in accordance with industry standards, which will hopefully inspire you to do even more! 

    You will begin with the basics and learn how to set up the software so that you can use AutoCAD the way most people in the industry do. You will first learn basic selection, creation, and modification techniques before joining us as we put those skills into practice to create a layout design.

    As the course progresses, you will intersperse between learning fundamental skills and putting them to use on your project. You will learn not only how to do something, but also why and where we use that skill. You will have a much better understanding of the software and how it is used in the workplace as a result of this.

    Course Curriculum:

    Month 1:Week 1: Introduction to AutoCAD

    What is CAD?
    Introduction to AutoCAD software
    Understanding the AutoCAD interface

    Week 2: Basic Drawing and Editing Commands

    Drawing lines, circles, and arcs
    Editing and modifying objects
    Using layers and blocks

    Week 3: Advanced Drawing and Editing Commands

    Drawing and editing polylines, splines, and hatching
    Creating and editing dimensions
    Working with text and annotations

    Week 4: Creating Basic 3D Objects

    Understanding the 3D workspace
    Creating basic 3D objects: cubes, spheres, and cylinders
    Editing and modifying 3D objects

    Month 2:Week 5: Advanced 3D Modeling Techniques

    Creating complex 3D objects
    Using boolean operations and extrusions
    Working with 3D surfaces and meshes

    Week 6: Creating 2D and 3D Views

    Creating 2D views from 3D models
    Creating and managing viewports
    Using visual styles and rendering

    Week 7: Annotating and Printing Drawings

    Adding annotations and labels to drawings
    Creating and managing layouts
    Printing and publishing drawings

    Week 8: Collaboration and File Management

    Working with external references and blocks
    Sharing and collaborating on drawings
    Managing files and backups

    Month 3:Week 9-11: Project Work

    Students will work on a project that applies what they have learned in the course to a practical design project.
    The instructor will provide guidance and feedback throughout the project.

    Week 12: Final Presentation and Feedback

    Students will present their final project to the class and receive feedback from the instructor and classmates.

    What will you learn in this AutoCAD course?

    Our AutoCAD online course is very beginner-friendly. It offers a lot of opportunities. It teaches you everything from the scratch to make you the master of the software. It also gives you enough exposure to start any internship once you complete the training. These are the following things which you will learn in the course.

    1. Draw or edit AutoCAD drawings, layouts and plans.
    2. You can work on the floor planning and mechanical drafting.
    3. You can easily complete your technical drawings by taking help from the software’s tools
    4. instead of doing it manually and save time.
    5. You can prepare for the AutoCAD certification exams.
    6. Have more career choices available for you.

    Skills you need to have before learning AutoCAD?

    AutoCAD is popular among students. However, there are not any specific skills except the very
    basic ones that can make your learning process easier. There are some of the skills listed below

    • Mathematical skills
    • Drafting skills
    • IT skills

    How will your training work?

    • Learn concepts
    • Test yourself
    • Hands-on practice
    • Take final exam
    • Get certified

    AutoCAD Training Syllabus


    Interface, Drawing Aids & Basic Objects

    1. Getting Started
    2. Introduction to interface
    3. Units and limits
    4. Creating Lines
    5. Points, Circle and Arcs
    6. Selecting objects

    Coordinate System

    1. Absolute Coordinate System
    2. Relative Coordinate System
    3. Polar Coordinate System
    4. From Command

    Complex Objects & Object editing

    1. Editing commands
    2. Polylines, Rectangles, Polygons and Ellipses
    3. Rectangular Arrays, Polar Array, Path Array
    4. Properties and Properties panel
    5. Layers

    Blocks & Annotations

    1. Blocks
    2. Hatching
    3. Text and formatting
    4. Tables
    5. Isometric planes and drawings

    Plotting & Introduction to 3D

    1. Dimensions
    2. Plotting
    3. Introduction to 3D
    4. Array 3D
    5. Practice of 3D

    The Final Project

    Final Project

    AutoCAD Training & Certification:

    AutoCAD Training and certification help you learn a craft that will serve well in the future.

    Get an understanding of the interface of design tools.

    It is a credible way to validate your CAD skills.

    You get a certified professional logo and get added to the Autodesk Database.

    Also gives you an edge in the job market.

    Organizations can get their employees AutoCAD certified and utilize the productivity￾enhancing benefits.

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