We offer a variety of courses on evenings and weekends for individuals who work during the day but wish to learn a new subject or acquire advanced skills in their line of work

Please click on the course name to see course outline:

»  AutoCAD 2D
»  AutoCAD 3D
»  Civil 3D

»  Solid Works
»  Solid Works Applications
»  Photoshop
»  Illustrator
»  Dreamweaver
»  Blueprint Reading (Construction/Architecture)
»  Construction Estimating

»  Blueprint Reading (Mechanical/Manufacturing)

»  Revit Architecture
»  SketchUp
»  Photoshop & Illustrator

  



Course title: AUTOCAD 2D (Covers everything about 2D)
Course length in hours:
36
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisite:
Intermediate knowledge of computers and drafting
Credentials: Certificate of completion (if both 2D and 3D levels are completed)

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course covers the proper use of the AutoCAD Application. Students will learn how to create and edit professional 2D technical drawings for most design fields. The course follows a systematic teaching approach which includes step-by-step instructions along with clearly illustrated screen captures. Main topics will include Draw, and Editing commands, Dimensioning, Layering, Blocks, Symbol Libraries and External References. Focus is also placed on advanced Drawing Layouts with Title Blocks, Annotations and Attributes. Students will be exposed to practical activities such as taking measurements and designing floor plans.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Architectural/Mechanical/Industrial Designers, Interior Decorators, Engineers, Technologists, CNC Machinists or any individual interested in learning how to create 2-dimentional drawings with AutoCAD.

MAIN TOPICS:

- AutoCAD Interface Overview
- Drafting Tools (Grid, Snap, Object Snap, UCS)
- Display Commands (Zoom and Pan)
- Selecting Tools (Single selection, Window and Crossing Window selection)
- Creating 2D Geometry (Line, Circle, Arc, Rectangle, Polygon, Spline, Ellipse)
- Modify Commands ( Move, Copy, Rotate, Mirror, Offset, Scale, Array, Trim)
- Modify with Grips
- Drawing and editing Polylines
- Managing Object Properties with Layers
- Hatching for Sectional Views
- Text and Text Styles
- Dimensions and Dimension Styles
- Creating and editing Multilines
- Drawing with Isometric Snap
- Blocks and Wblocks
- Blocks with Attributes
- Symbol Libraries
- XRef (External References)
- Paper Space versus Model Space
- Page setup and plotting (Viewports, Title Blocks, Annotations) 

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Course title: AUTOCAD 3D (Covers everything about 3D)
Course length in hours:
30
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisites:
Completion of AutoCAD 2D or admission exam (in our office)
Credentials:
Certificate of completion (if both 2D and 3D levels are completed)

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This Course builds on the knowledge of AutoCAD 1, introducing users who are proficient with 2D commands to the concept of 3D modeling. Students will study 3D primitives, conversion of objects from planar to solid, surfaces, element analysis and rendering procedures. By the end of the course students will create drawings with representation of orthographic and pictorial views of 3D parts and assemblies. The course will emphasize the versatility of AutoCAD by showing a range of options to achieve a particular result.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Architectural/Mechanical/Industrial Designers, Interior Decorators, Engineers, Technologists, CNC Machinists or any individual interested in learning Advanced 3D-modeling with AutoCAD.

MAIN TOPICS:

- Introduction to the 3D modeling concept
- Working in 3D with Views, UCS and Orbiting
- Creating 3D models from Primitives
- Creating Models from 2D Profiles
- Creating Composite Solids
- Adding Detail to Your Solid Models
- Editing Solid Models
- Creating a Models using the Sweep and Loft Command
- Creating Surfaces
- Combining Surfaces and Solids
- Creating Drawings from 3D Models
- Creating Orthographic, Sectional and Isometric views
- Getting Information from 3D Objects
- Visualization Techniques
- Use of Materials and Lights
- Rendering
- Using Cameras and Views

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Course title: SOLIDWORKS (Beginners)
Course length in hours:
39
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisite:
Intermediate knowledge of computers and drafting
Credentials:
Certificate of completion (if both levels are completed)

COURSE DESCRIPTION
The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with Solid Works, a parametric design application used commonly for mechanical/industrial solid modeling. The course begins with an overview of the sketching environment where students learn to create 2D objects such as lines and arcs. Definition is then added to the sketch including dimensions and geometric relationships. Solids are then quickly created by converting the sketches into 3D models. Solids are then arranged into assemblies where interference and motion can be studied. Professional technical drawings can then be generated in accordance with Industry standards.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Mechanical/Industrial Designers, Interior Decorators, Engineers, Technologists, CNC Machinists, AutoCAD operators, or any individual wanting to go to the next design level and learn the leading software for 3D Modeling.

MAIN TOPICS:

- The SolidWorks User Interface
- 2D Sketching (Sketch Relations and Dimensions)
- 3D Modeling (Boss Feature, Cut Feature Revolved Feature)
- Hole Wizard
- Creating Patterns (Linear, Circular , Mirror, Curve Driven, Sketch Driven)
- Shelling and Ribs
- Bottom-Up Assembly Modeling (Adding Components and Mates)
- Inserting bolts and nuts from the Toolbox Library
- Analyzing the Assembly
- Creating Motion Simulation
- Exploding an Assembly
- Top-Down Assembly Modeling Method
- Editing Parts and Assemblies
- Creating Drawing Files
- Creating Drawing Views (Model, Orthographic, Section, Broken, Detailed)
- Annotations and Blocks (Dimensions, Title Blocks, Bill of Materials)

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Course title: SOLIDWORKS APPLICATIONS (Advanced)
Course length in hours:
39
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisite:
Solid Works 1 or SolidWorks 1 exam (in our office)
Credentials:
Certificate of completion (if both levels are completed)

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course is an advanced continuation of Solid Works 1. It covers advanced modeling techniques and automation of the design process. Students will design complex 3D models, Surfaces, Sheet Metal parts, Molds and Weldments through step-by-step lectures and hands on experience. Real mechanical parts and industrial products are used as design samples. The course includes Finite Element Analysis simulation, a useful analysis tool applied for critical design decisions. Students will learn to create photo-real images of several design projects. Students will also apply the concept of eco-design as a focus in their design approach.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Mechanical/Industrial Designers, Interior Decorators, Engineers, Technologists, CNC Machinists, AutoCAD operators, or any individual interested in learning the advanced level of 3D Modeling using SolidWorks.

MAIN TOPICS:

Sweeps and Lofts:
- Sweeping Through Curves and Edges
- Lofting Through Sketches and Guide Curves
- Creating cuts with sweeps and lofts
- Creating Helix and Composite Curves
- Modeling Springs and Threads
- 3D Sketches


Surfaces:
- Extruded and Revolve d surfaces
- Swept and Lofted surfaces
- Offset and Extended Surfaces
- Trimming and Filleting Surfaces
- Surface Solidifying with Thicken Feature

Sheet Metal Parts:
- Base Flanges
- Adding Tabs, Bends and Jogs
- Folding and Unfolding
- Lofted Bends
- Sheet Metal Forming Tools
- Sheet Metal Drawings

Mold Making:
- Variable Radius Fillet
- Dome feature
- Shape Feature with Constraining Curves
- Engraving and Embossing Text
- Part Lines
- Creating Moulds with Core and Cavity

Weldments:
- Structural Members
- Fillet Welds, Gussets and End Caps
- Weldment Drawings with Part Lis
t

SimulationXpress and FloXpress:
- Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
- Stress Analyzing a Component
- Analyzing the flow of Air and Liquids
- Using Results to make Design Decisions
- FEA report

Photoview 360:
- The Render Wizard
- Scenes, Materials and Textures
- Lighting, Shadows, Visibility and Reflection
- Creating a Final Rendered Print

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Course title: PHOTOSHOP
Course length in hours:
18
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisite:
Intermediate knowledge of computers
Credentials:
Certificate of completion (if both Photoshop and Illustrator are completed)

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course provides the basic and intermediate knowledge of Adobe Photoshop. Students will be introduced to the elements of digital graphic design through an image processing and manipulation context. Upon completion of the course students will have an understanding of digital image properties and apply the features of Photoshop to modify images as desired.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anybody interested in Photo Editing and Graphic Design

MAIN TOPICS:

- Software Features: Menu options; toolbars; tool locations
- Project Start-Up
- Colour Picker tools
- Colour Swatch Palettes
- Eyedropper & Info Palette
- Selections and Masks
- Marquee Selection tools
- Lasso and Wand Selection tools
- Transforming Selection tools
- Layers
- Working with Type
- Type Options: Review of tools
- Type Palettes: Review of tools
- Type Warping: Review of tools
- Paint
- Paint Bucket and Fill
- Gradient, Pattern and Lines
- Brushes and Fade
- Pencil, Paintbrush, and Airbrush
- Retouching
- Blur, Sharpen, and Smudge tools
- Dodge, Burn, and Sponge tools
- Clone Stamp, History Brushes tools
- Out-Put Options

  

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Course title: ILLUSTRATOR
Course length in hours:
18
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Prerequisites:
Knowledge of Photoshop
Credentials:
Certificate of completion (if both Photoshop and Illustrator are completed)

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course provides the basic knowledge and application of Adobe Illustrator. Students will be introduced to the properties of digital graphic design through a vector based drawing application. Similar in operation to the popular Adobe Photoshop, however mainly different in intentions and usages. Knowledge gained in this course will allow students to create images, layout displays, and bring together multiple independent items into a final product, in an efficient and professional manner.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anybody interested in Graphic Design

MAIN TOPICS:

- Getting to Know the Work Area in Illustrator
- Selecting and Aligning
- Creating Shapes
- Transforming Objects
- Drawing with the Pen tool
- Color and Painting
- Applying Transparency and Blending Modes
- Working with Layers
- Placement an Order of Objects
- Working with Type
- Blending Shapes and Colours
- Working with Symbols
- Working with Brushes and Scribbles
- Creating Airbrush Effects
- Using 3D Effects
- Printing Artwork
- Combining Illustrator Graphics with Photoshop Images
- Creating a Web Publication

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Course title: DREAMWEAVER (Web Design)
Course length in hours:
30
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisite:
Good knowledge of computers
Credentials: Certificate of completion

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course familiarizes students with the basic techniques used for creating professional looking websites using the Adobe Dreamweaver application. It also provides the fundamental knowledge and techniques needed to advance to more complex operations for enhancing the functionality of websites. Students will create and manage database-driven websites.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anybody interested in learning Web Design

MAIN TOPICS:

- Introduction to Web Design
- Exploring the Dreamweaver interface
- Defining a New Site Using the Site Wizard
- Managing Files and Folders using the Files Panel
- Creating New Documents
- Working with Starter Pages
- Inserting Text and CSS formatting
- Editing the Font, Size and Colour of Text
- Testing pages in common Web Browsers
- Using Live View
- Understanding CSS
- Creating, Changing and Renaming CSS Rules
- Understanding CSS Element, Class and ID Selectors
- Defining and applying a Custom CSS Style
- Working with Images
- Managing assets in Dreamweaver CS4
- Photoshop Integration
- Using Background graphics
- Link Basics
- Absolute and Relative Links
- Named Anchors
- Email Links
- Adding interactivity and behaviour
- Working with Tables
- Working with Forms
- Working with multimedia (Flash and Video)
- Publishing and maintaining a website

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Course title: BLUEPRINT READING (Construction / Architecture)
Course length in hours:
24
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisite:
None
Credentials:
Certificate of completion

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Drawings contain the information necessary to efficiently and properly construct a house or a building. This course covers the principles of how architectural drawings are structured. Students will learn how to interpret Plot Plans, Floor Plans, Elevations and Sectional Views. They will also get familiar with Abbreviations, Symbols and Materials used in Construction. Students will be exposed to extensive hands-on activities using real industry prints and real architectural settings.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This informative course can be taken by anybody who wants to improve his/her Design Interpretation skills in the architectural field (Construction Workers/Technologists, CAD Designers, Interior Designers, etc.)

MAIN TOPICS:

- Construction Professionals (and their responsibilities)
- Type of Drawings (Isometric, Perspective, Orthographic projection)
- Dimensions, Lines, Symbols and Abbreviations
- Orientation (Plot Plans, Elevations, Sections, Details)
- Written Descriptions
- Windows and Doors and Stairways (Representation and Building Codes)
- Measuring and Sketching
- Construction Materials
- Electrical and Mechanical Materials and Components
- Frame construction (Joists, Studs, Rafters, Ridge Board, Subfloor...)
- Masonry Construction
- Foundations (Footing and Walls)
- Solid Brick Walls
- Metal Framing (Steel Framing Members)
- Brick Veneer Residence: Floor Plans, Elevations and Roof
- Specifications (Outline Spec., Complete Spec., Masterformat)
- Roof Framing (Reading Truss Plans)
- Commercial Buildings (Regulations, Design Methods, Reading Drawings).

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Course title: CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATING
Course length in hours:
24
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisite:
Blueprint Reading for Construction
Credentials:
Certificate of completion

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course introduces students to all aspects of construction estimating. Accurate estimates are critical to the financial viability, reputation and ultimately the success of any construction firm. Project costs are directly related to the size, scope and quality of the construction. By reviewing drawings through various phases, this course has been designed to give students the knowledge and skills they need to determine the quantity and type of materials required for a project.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Construction Contractors, Construction Workers, Architectural Designers, Interior Designers, Material Buyers and Suppliers.

MAIN TOPICS:

- Introduction to estimating
- Bidding procedures
- Planning and assembly of the estimate
- Labour and operations
- Materials
- Workup sheets and keeping records
- Produce accurate estimates
- Working on tenders
- Electronic estimating and bidding
- Final Test

At the end of the course, students will be able to understand the following:

- How to organize the estimate,
- The types of estimates
- Main elements of an estimate
- Quantity takeoff techniques
- Standards for pricing techniques
- Be able to adjust the estimate for a variety of variable factors
- Able to estimate labour, materials and equipment
- Profit and overhead markups


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Course title: BLUEPRINT READING (Mechanical / Manufacturing)
Course length in hours:
24
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisite:
None
Credentials:
Certificate of completion

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course covers the principles of mechanical drafting. It will focus on providing students with the skills required to interpret mechanical drawings including dimensions, annotations and symbols. Students will be encouraged to sketch, analyze and gather graphical information for visualizing objects and for developing problem solving skills. Students will also be exposed to extensive hands-on activities using real industry prints and real mechanical components.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This informative course can be taken by anybody who wants to improve his/her Design Interpretation skills. (CAD designers, CNC Machinists, Technologists, and so on)

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN
By the end of this course students will be able to: - Understand measuring systems and Standards - Take measurements of a mechanical component - Gather graphical information and customer specifications - Create a sketch with dimensions and annotations - Interpret mechanical drawings - Understand mechanical symbols - Understand metals and alloys properties and manufacturing processes

MAIN TOPICS:

• Object Representation
• Standards (ISO, ANSI)
• Imperial and Metric Measuring systems
• Dimensions, Specifications, Lines and Symbols
• Title Block, Auxiliary Blocks, Bill of Materials
• Orthographic Projection (Multi-view drawings)
• Pictorial Drawings
• The way prints are produced
• Basic math used in drawings
• Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD & T)
• Sectional and Auxiliary Views
• Detail and Assembly Drawings
• Welding prints
• Schematic and Installation prints
• Material Classification and properties
• Manufacturing processes
• Threads and Fasteners
• Gears and Cams
• Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Drawings
• Electrical Diagrams symbols
• Piping Diagrams and symbols

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Course title: REVIT ARCHITECTURE
Course length in hours:
39
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisite:
Intermediate knowledge of computers and architectural drafting + AutoCAD 2D knowledge
Credentials:
Certificate of completion

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Revit Architecture is an Autodesk's Building Information Modeling software (BIM). It is popular throughout the architectural industry; it brings unprecedented efficiency to the design process. Designs and documentation stays coordinated, consistent, and complete because any change you make, anytime and anywhere, is automatically coordinated throughout your project.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN
The course strarts from the very beginning and goes into intermediate level. At the end of this course, students will be able to manage a Revit project and its content from a CAD Manager's perspective. They will learn how to: set up a new BIM, create floor plans, and work with architectural elements (walls, doors, windows, floors, ceilings, roofs). They will also learn how to create section and elevation views and add dimensions, text, tags, schedules, legends, and keynotes.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Architecture Designers/Modellers

MAIN TOPICS:


Overview and Basic Drawing Tools
- BIM (Building Information Modeling) concept
- Overview of the Revit Interface and Terminology
- Starting Revit Projects
- Viewing Commands and General Drawing Tools
- Editing Revit Elements
- Modifying Tools


Datum Elements – Levels and Grids
- Setting Up Levels
- Importing CAD Files (Covered in more detail in a later class)
- Creating Structural Grids
- Adding Columns


Drawing and Modifying Walls
- Drawing and Modifying Walls (Creating custom walls is in a later class)
- Helpful Editing Tools


Adding Doors and Windows
- Adding Doors and Windows
- Loading Door and Window Types from the Library
- Creating Additional Door and Window Sizes


Floors
- Creating Floors
- Creating Openings
- Creating Building Sections


Roofs
- Creating Roofs by Footprint
- Setting Up a Roof Plan
- Reference Planes and Work Planes
- Creating Roofs by Extrusion
- Cleaning Up Wall and Roof Intersections


Curtain Walls
- Creating Curtain Walls
- Adding Curtain Grids
- Creating Curtain Wall Types with Automatic Grids
- Working with Curtain Wall Panels
- Attaching Mullions to Curtain Grids


Vertical Circulation
- Creating Standard and Custom Stairs
- Creating Ramps
- Adding and Modifying Railings
- Adding Callout Views


Reflected Ceiling Plans
- Creating Ceilings
- Adding Ceiling Fixtures


Structural Tools
- Structural Basics
- Foundation Plans
- Framing Plans and Elevations


Interiors
- Duplicating Views
- Setting the View Display
- Adding Furniture and Fixtures to a Project
- Creating Interior Elevations


Site Design
- Creating and modifying Topographical Surfaces
- Property Lines and Building Pads
- Annotating Site Plans
- Site Components
- Shared Coordinates


Construction Documents
- Setting Up Sheets
- Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
- Printing Sheets


Annotating Construction Documents
- Working with Text
- Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
- Working with Dimensions


Tags and Schedules
- Adding Tags
- Creating Schedules ((Creating custom schedules covered in a later class)
- Creating Material Takeoff Schedules
- Detailing in Revit Architecture
- Setting Up Detail Views
- Creating and Annotating Details
- Patterning

Visualization
- Perspectives
- Creating Walkthroughs
- Solar Studies


Rendering
- Basic Rendering
- Working with Lighting
- Enhancing Renderings

 

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Course title: SKETCHUP (for Beginners)

Course length in hours: 24
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisite:
AutoCAD or AutoCAD 2D exam (in our office).
Credentials:
Certificate of completion

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course is designed to familiarize students with all aspects of Google SketchUp with an emphasis on both interior and exterior architectural design. By the end of the course students will be able to create 3D models and drawing layouts. We ask students to take AutoCAD 2D first in order to assimilate a more complex 3D program like SketchUp faster.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN
By the end of the course students will be able to create and present compelling 3D models, drawing layouts and be fluent in Sketchup’s interface.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Architectural designers or any individual interested in learning 3D Modeling using the popular SketchUp.

MAIN TOPICS:

INTRODUCTION
- Toolbars, Menus and Icons review
- 3D Space (Axes, Views, Orbiting, Zooming and Panning)

BASIC GEOMETRY AND DRAFTING TOOLS
- Create Lines, Rectangles, Circles and Polygons
- Freehand tool

3D GEOMETRY
- Create 3-dimensional geometry
- Create surfaces from lines in 3D
- Create geometry with the Push/Pull Tool

STYLES
- Editing Styles (Edge, Face, Background, Watermarks and Modeling Settings)
- Model Display
- Saving Your Style as a Template

MODIFICATION TOOLS
- Move, Copy, Rotate, Scale, Offset
- Using Move to Resize Curves and Curved Surfaces
- Follow Me (with Components and Round Objects)

GROUPS AND COMPONENTS
- Creating and Saving Your Own Components
- Editing and removing a Component
- Finding and Inserting Components in the 3D Warehouse

PAINTING, MATERIALS AND TEXTURES
- Applying and Editing Materials
- Using Images as Textures
- Material Translucency and Double-Sided Faces
- Materials of Groups and Components

TEXT AND DIMENSIONS
- 2D and 3D Text
- Creating and Displaying Dimensions

SECTIONING
- Using Sections to create building sections
- Using Section Planes to Create Floor Plans

IMAGING AND PRESENTATION
- Using Scenes/Creating Camera views
- Using Layers to Hide / Unhide Objects and for Labeled Presentations and Animation
- Interior Manipulations (Field of View)
- Lighting and Shadows
- Exporting to JPG and other formats
- Presentation techniques

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Course title: PHOTOSHOP & ILLUSTRATOR combo

Course length in hours: 36
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisite:
Intermediate knowledge of computers
Credentials:
Certificate of completion

PHOTOSHOP SEGMENT - COURSE OUTLINE

This segement provides the basic knowledge and applications of Adobe Photoshop. Students will be introduced to the elements of digital graphic design through an image processing and manipulation context. Upon completion of the course, students will have an understanding of digital image properties and can apply the features of Photoshop to modify images as desired

•Set up work area
•Getting started
•Opening and importing images
•Type
•Colour
•Colour management
•Adjusting colours
•Retouching and transforming
•Layers
•Filters
•Fonts
•Paragraphy styles
•Creating special effects
•Selecting
•Technical imaging
•Web graphics

ILLUSTRATOR SEGMENT - COURSE OUTLINE

This segement provides the basic knowledge and application of Adobe Illustrator. Students will be introduced to the properties of digital graphic design through a vector based drawing application. This application is similar in operation to Adobe Photoshop which is raster (or pixel) based. Knowledge gained in this course will allow students to create images, layout displays, and bring together multiple items into a final efficient and professional product.

•Creating special effects
•Clipping masks
•Creating 3D objects
•Web graphics
•Set up work area
•Getting started
•Pen Tool
•Type
•Adjustments
•Selecting and arranging objects
•Importing, exporting and saving
•Drawing basics
•Fonts
•Paragraph styles

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Course title: CIVIL 3D

Course length in hours: 24
Type of Course:
Part-time (non-vocational)
Pre-requisite:
AutoCAD 2D or AutoCAD 2D exam (in our office)
Credentials:
Certificate of completion

COURSE DESCRIPTION

AutoCAD Civil 3D software is a civil engineering design and documentation program that supports Building Information Modeling workflows. It allows to create 3D models of land, water or transportation features while maintaining dynamic relationships to source data such as grading objects, breaklines, contours, and corridors.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Civil Engineers, Civil Drafters/Designers and Civil Technicians

MAIN TOPICS:

Understanding the Civil 3D environment
Ribbon, Application menu, Command Line, Tool space, Object and Label Styles

Points
Create and manage Points, Use Grips, Create Point Table Surfaces

Surfaces
Creating and Modifying Surfaces, Assign a Contour Style and Annotating Surface

Alignments
Creating and Modifying alignments and Alignment stations

Profiles
Creating surface and design profiles, Applying Profile View Styles

Corridors
Understanding Corridors, Creating an Assembly, Creating Corridor surface

Cross sections
Using Section editor, Creating Section Views, Applying Section Styles

Parcels
Creating Parcels from Objects and by layout, Editing and Applying Parcel Styles

Gravity Pipe Network
Creating/Editing Pipe Network, Annotating Pipe network

New Terrain
Grading, Creating/Editing Feature Lines, Creating editing Grading Objects, Grading Tools

Volume Calculation
Calculating Cut-fill Volume, Quantity Take-offs


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