During the 1980’s, a group of engineers interested in simplifying how draftsmen, architects and engineers approach drawing projects, brain-stormed and came up with the idea of refining the difficult CAD processes that were popular in the 70’s. To do this, internal graphics controllers were inbuilt into microcomputers which allowed designers simply draw diagrams at the front end while internal graphic controllers replicated these diagrams from the back end. And in the following decades, this innovative process would revolutionize the world of designs.
AutoCAD provides its users with an intuitive user-interface that comes with built-in design lay-outs. These lay-outs include numerous templates that were specifically designed for architectural planning and building construction. So with an adequate knowledge of AutoCAD, anyone can take on projects that consist of designing architectural plans for construction purposes or building structures to be replicated in real-time
Auto CAD Syllabus will be as follows…..
There are many advantages of taking a course over the internet. When taking an internet-based CAD course, you can work at your own rate, at your own home or business. You work on the course at your own convenience during the 8 week class. You never have to appear on-campus or attend class sessions. If you go on vacation or are suddenly called out of town, you can continue with the course from where you left off upon your return, however you still need to have everything complete within the 8 week course time frame.
Fundamentals Course :
Most people spend an average of 10 hours per week on the course. If you decide to do one of the optional assignments in the Mechanical, Architectural, or Electrical areas you will need to devote more time to the course. To become proficient at AutoCAD you must work with the program on a continual basis. There is no substitute for practice.
Advanced Courses : Advanced courses such as the AutoCAD in 3D, Tips & Tricks and AutoCAD for Architecture will require an average of 5 hous per week. As all of our courses are taught 100% over the internet you can move at your own pace through the course. You can work ahead, or work at a slower pace however EVERYTHING must be complete by the course end date. When the course ends you will no longer have access to the course website and cannot submit assignments.
While there are no pre-requisites for the Fundamentals course, you should be familiar with the internet and basic computer operations. You should be able to create a folder, and know basic file management procedures. You should feel comfortable using the internet, and be able to access a website. You should be able to use E-MAIL to send messages with attachments, and receive and read messages. You should also know how to read a simple blueprint. If your drafting background is weak or needs refreshing you may want to consider purchasing a basic drafting book or take a drafting class before enrolling. Basic drafting is NOT covered in any of our courses.
Our courses are designed for working professionals who know how to read prints and can draw them by hand. They are looking to do the same on AutoCAD.
Many AutoCAD products are offered at educational pricing to qualified students, teachers, and schools. In most cases these are full versions, but may contain a hardware lock, print "educational version" on all plots and may only work for a specific time period. Some versions are upgradeable (to other educational versions), some are not.
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