AutoCAD Training

AutoCAD Training

AutoCAD is a commercial computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting software application. Developed and marketed by Autodesk. AUTOCAD heavily used industry program for CAS/CAD design, including drafting, modeling, architectural, drawing and engineering works. AutoCAD is used across a wide range of industries, project managers, engineers, architects and many other professionals. AutoCad 2D/3D course is an ideal program for professional working in engineering, constructions, auto-mobile and many other electrical, mechanical and civil engineering fields.

Price: $700.00

AutoCAD stands for Auto computer-aided designs. It’s a designer’s skill to combine creativity with technical skills to design and shape the world around you. Autodesk AutoCAD Course training starts from the basics of drafting and computer-aided design (CAD) introduction. During compilation, participants learn the significant areas of mechanical, civil, electrical and architect drawing for 2D/3D modeling, dimensions, and diagrams to develop a professional Autodesk AutoCAD Course training certified participant skills and abilities.



  • Learn the basic skills of AutoCAD: shapes, text, modification, layers, and dimensions.
  • Master advanced AutoCAD tools and techniques such as XRef’s and layout tools.
  • Take hand drawings and recreate them using AutoCAD.
  • Create multiple views and layouts from one model.
  • Understand the difference between Paper Space & Model Space.
  • Understand the difference between the WCS & UCS.
  • Have an understanding of coordinates and how they are used in CAD software.
  • Able to load in other drawing files to use as External References.
  • Be ready to move onto more advanced AutoCAD subjects such as 3D Modeling.




  • BS. in mechanical, automotive, industrial, civil, product development engineering or relevant engineering experience.
  • Anybody with an interest in learning to use CAD software


Target Audience

Design, project, mechanical, industrial, automobile, civil, product and R&D engineers, and R&D managers.


After the completion of the program, learners can apply for job roles in:

  • Designer/Drafter
  • Design Engineer
  • Industrial/ Design/ Mechanical Engineer
  • CAD Manager
  • Product Designer
  • Educational institutes
  • Industrial roles


Learners can also pursue higher education in


  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Automotive Systems Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Product Development
  • Process & Piping engineering (P&ID)



30+ hrs

Course Contents

  • Introduction to AutoCAD Software
  • Intro to CAD Computer Aided Design or Drafting
  • Computer Aided Manufacturing
  • System of CAD
  • Hardware and Software
  • Understanding the Requirements to use the software
  • Steps for Installation of software

  • Navigate through the software
  • Starting Tips
  • Drawings in the Software
  • Lines
  • Polygons
  • Circle
  • Arc
  • Add-ins
  • Drawing Curves
  • Express Tools
  • Erasing Shapes
  • Using the right colors

  • Drawing Techniques
  • Design Specifications
  • Using Modify
  • Using Annotation
  • Layer Properties
  • Templates
  • Command Prompt Toolbar
  • Understanding the use of Blueprints
  • Creating Views of Objects
  • Saving the Views
  • Deleting Files

  • 2D Drawings
  • 3D Drawings
  • 2D vs. 3D
  • Understanding Physical Components
  • Design and Layout of Object
  • Showing the Creativity
  • Analysis Process
  • Intent of Design

  • Input Devices
  • Output Devices
  • Plotters vs. Printers
  • Several types of Plotters to use
  • Plotters
  • Useful Technical Illustrations Techniques
  • Importance of Documentation
  • Ideas for Creating Documentations

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