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Diploma in AutoCAD

AutoCAD is a software application for 2D and 3D computer-aided design (CAD). Learning to use a CAD system is similar to learning a new language. It is necessary to begin with the basic alphabet and learn how to use it correctly and effectively through practice. This will require learning some new concepts and skills as well as learning a different vocabulary. Today, the majority of the Mechanical CAD systems are capable of creating three-dimensional solid models. Nonetheless, all CAD systems create designs using basic geometric entities and many of the constructions used in technical designs are based upon two-dimensional planar geometry. The method and number of operations that are required to accomplish the basic planar constructions are different from one system to another.

The Diploma in AutoCAD has been designed by combining knowledge of AutoCAD 2D and 3D into the one comprehensive programme. The knowledge gained during this course can be applied within different industries and can be useful for students following various technology programmes or for individuals seeking a career in computer aided design and drafting. This programme is Pearson Assured, which means that its quality is regularly audited against rigorous standards set by Pearson Edexel (UK), ensuring that it is on par with international standards.

  • School leavers (after O/L or A/L)
  • Undergraduates
  • Architectures
  • Civil Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Electronic and electrical engineers
  • Interior Designers

Duration :

4 months (45 hrs)

Course Fee :

Rs.24,500 (Inclusive of Pearson Edexcel Fee)

Installments :

1st instalment – Rs.8,500
2nd instalment – Rs.8,000
3rd instalment – Rs.8,000

Course Structure

This programme has been divided into 2 modules:

Module 1 : Auto CAD 2D

Module 2 : Auto CAD 3D

Auto CAD 2D

Section 01: Introduction to AutoCAD

  • Computer Aided Drafting and Designing
  • Advantages comparing with Manual Drafting
  • Auto CAD 2D and 3D
  • Precision
  • Zoom Extent
  • Drawing LIMITS
  • Status Bar
  • GRID Display
  • PAN Real time

Section 02: Coordinate Systems

  • Absolute Coordinates
  • Relative Rectangular Coordinates
  • Relative Polar Coordinates

Section 03: Draw Tool Bar

  • Line
  • Circle
  • Rectangular
  • Polygon
  • Arc
  • Ellipse

Section 04: Modify Tool Bar

  • Erase, copy, offset, move, trim, extend, rotate, scale, break, break @ point, join, explode, mirror etc.

Section 05: Drafting settings

  • Grid and snap
  • Object snap
  • Redo and undo

Section 06: Units

  • Units for length, Engineering architecture, Fractional, Decimal, Scientific
  • Units for angles, decimal degrees , degrees, minutes and seconds, radius, grade, Surveyor’s unit

Section 07: Object snap tool bar and divide

  • Snap to midpoint
  • Snap to perpendicular
  • Snap to node
  • Snap to nearest
  • Snap to centre
  • Dividends of equal parts

Section 08: Drawing limits

  • Grid x spacing and y spacing
  • Changing of grid and snap
  • Lower left corner and upper right corner
  • Changing of drawing limits

Section 09: Chamfer and fillet

  • Fillet with radius and fillet with zero radius
  • Chamfer with equal distance and different distance

Section 10: Hatch and Gradient

  • Hatch patterns
  • Scaling of hatch design
  • Gradient with colour and Tao colour

Section 11: Zoom

  • Zoom enter all enter
  • Zoom window
  • Zoom previous
  • Zoom real-time
  • Pan real-time

Section 12: Isometric view

  • Isometric grid and snap
  • Iso planes
  • Iso circle

Section 13: Perspective view

  • One point
  • Two points

Section 14: Text

  • Multiline text and single line text
  • Text style
  • Scaling and moving of text

Section 15: Dimensions

  • Dimension styles
  • Lines, symbol and arrows, text, primary units, secondary units, tolerance
  • Dimension Types
  • Linear, Angular, Aligned, Diameter Radius, Arc length etc
  • Dimensioning

Section 16: Layers

  • Layer property manager, colour line type, line weight, set current, on and off
  • Draw first and put into a layer

Section 17: Tables

  • Table style, titles, header, data, text height, text alignment
  • Drawings of table, rows and columns, row height, column width
  • Table modification, delete and insert of rows and columns, colouring

Section 18: Elevations

  • Plan , side and front elevations sectional elevations
  • 1st angle and 3rd angle projection

Section 19: Poly line and poly line edit

  • Poly line and arc
  • Changing of width

Section 20: Inquiry and measurement tools

  • Distance
  • Locate a point
  • Area
  • Volume

Section 21: Blocks

  • Make a block
  • Insert a block
  • X scale, y scale, rotation angle

Section 22: Plotting of drawings

  • Scale
  • What to plot
  • Model and layouts

Auto CAD 3D

Section 23: Introduction

  • 3D coordinates
  • 3D planes
  • Isometric views
  • Height and thickness

Section 24: Solid modelling

  • Box
  • Cone
  • Cylinder
  • Pyramid
  • Wedge
  • Sphere

Section 25: Surface modelling

  • Tabulated surface
  • Edge surface
  • Revolve surface
  • Ruled surface

Section 26: Wire frame modelling

Section 27

  • Union, subtract and intersect
  • Extrude and revolve

Section 28: Visual styles

  • Realistic
  • Hidden conceptual

Section 29: Modify tools

  • 3D rotate
  • 3D mirror
  • 3D array
  • 3D move

Section 30: Orbit

Section 31: Edge modification

  • Move
  • Rotate
  • Colour off set

Section 32: Face modifications

  • Move
  • Rotate
  • Colour off set

Section 33: Slicing and tapering

Section 34: Materials, lighting and images

Training Mode :

Interactive classroom lectures with multimedia enabled learning and hands on practice.

Course Material :

Comprehensive material including textbooks and other resources will be provided FREE of charge.

Certification :

Dual certification – Pearson Edexcel (UK) & ESOFT



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