The Autodesk CAD (AutoCAD) interface, together with its basic features and computer-aided design (CAD) workflow procedures, are introduced step-by-step in this course. Participants will learn how to sketch in two dimensions using simple tools and how to edit a drawing. The introduction will also cover further AutoCAD productivity tools.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Be proficient in using basic AutoCAD commands and functions
Navigate basic AutoCAD workspace and user interface
Use drawing, editing, constructing, and viewing tools
Insert blocks, text, hatching, and dimensions
Set up layers, styles, templates, and plot layouts
Use Autodesk AutoCAD and appreciate its relation to other Autodesk products
Total Contact hours: 24 (including of 2 hours assessment)
Getting Started with AutoCAD
Basic Drawing & Editing Commands
Drawing Precision in AutoCAD
Making Changes in Your Drawing
Organizing Your Drawing with Layers
Advanced Object Types
Analyzing Model and Object Properties
Advanced Editing Commands
Introduction to Blocks
Setting Up a Layout
Printing Your Drawing
Participants must be able to read and understand simple technical drawings and be familiar with how a personal computer (PC) functions in general.
At the end of the course, learners are required to complete a total of 2 hours of written assessment.