This course focuses on teaching design using software as a tool; the design base approach to Computer Aided Design provide students the necessary tools to quickly visualize and convert their creative ideas into design and document with speed and accuracy into drawings.


Course Coverage:

  • CAD Level-1 (Coordinate System, Modifying, Precision
    Input, Selection Sets, Layers, Dimensions, Text, Scale, Direct Distance Entry, Object Tracking, Properties, Zoom and Pan around the drawing


  • CAD Level-2 (Blocks, Attributes, Hatching, Polylines, Layouts, Parametric.
  • CAD Level-3 (Introduction to 3D, Isometric Drawing, Viewing 3D Objects, Wireframe Models, Regions and 3D Faces, Extruding and Lofting, Revolved Objects, Adding Materials, Primitive Solids, Boolean Operations, WCS and UCS, Mapping Materials, Creating New Materials, Rendering and Lighting.)
  • CAD Level-4 (Template Files, Object Snap, Line Types and Scale, File Formats, Grip Editing, Inquiry Tools, External Reference, System Variables, Tables, Sheet Sets, introduction to customization.)


Participant Profile:
Professionals and Students of Architecture, Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing, and Construction).

Instructor Profile:
Qualified & competent professional will conduct this course.

The course is taught mainly through lectures, demonstrations and hands-on practice on computers. The course value is a faculty of working professionals; drawing on personal experience and insights, they give students real-world perspectives to empower them to meet the workforce needs in-demand employment fields.

Learning Outcome:
Students will gain knowledge about the available software tools to quickly and efficiently complete the task at hand; layout and develop work on screen, print it out and save it for future editing, saving time on their drawings.