Time: 6-8pm (Fridays)
Dates: February 5, 12, 19, 26 | March 12, 19, 26 | April 2
Location: Online (virtual)
Price: $65.00 (CAD)
Course Description: Learn the fundamentals of AutoCAD, the industry-leading computer-aided design (CAD) software! Develop professional skills and techniques needed to produce high quality 2D and 3D designs through hands on exercises that explore various techniques and drawing commands. This course is designed to be an introduction to computer aided design through the use of AutoCAD software. Topics covered include general setup of model space; layer management, basic drawing commands, advanced commands, dimensions and text, page setup and plotting, and creating blocks. Time permitting topics could include templates, 3D design, and dynamic blocks. Emphasis will be placed on how to work with AutoCAD efficiently throughout the course.
About the Instructor: Marci Morgan has a diploma and a degree in structural engineering. She’s been using AutoCAD since 2010 for various projects relating to work, school, and even some tattoo art! Marci has been working with AutoCAD since 2010/2011 while obtaining her civil engineering technologist diploma. She continued to work with AutoCAD after college in her role as an assistant project coordinator. In 2013 she returned to university to finish her structural engineering degree where she used AutoCAD intermittently for various projects. In 2017 Marci worked for PERI Formwork Systems as a designer using AutoCAD in her day-to-day life for work and personal use. Today, Marci still works for PERI Formwork Systems, but as the Technical Training Specialist for Canada.
- Computer, laptop or tablet
- AutoCAD (free download available for students)
- Notebook + Pen or Pencil
Required Knowledge: None!REGISTER