The AutoCAD Program includes: AutoCAD 2007 Level I (BT4000), AutoCAD 2007 Level II (BT4010), & AutoCAD 2007 Level III (BT4020). It is designed to provide you with job skills for the local marketplace. Real life examples in architecture, engineering, surveying and construction, and other areas are used to provide you with a working knowledge of AutoCAD required by today’s employers. Emphasis is placed on giving you confidence in making precision drawings that meet your specific learning needs. AutoCAD fundamentals are reinforced with a core set of examples that support the use of basic skills.
Enrollment Requirements: No high school diploma required.
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AutoCAD '07 Program
BC4900 • Tuition: TBA • Course Hrs: TBA
2013 COURSE SCHEDULE
All course dates and times subject to change without prior notice.
The following modules include the instructional topics for the course listed above. Individual modules cannot be taken separately.
AutoCAD 2007 Level I
AutoCAD 2007 Level I
This course fulfills the demands of today’s CAD users by smoothly integrating drafting origins and implementing an easy-to-use interface. Topics include an introduction to AutoCAD, Command Entry procedures, Drawing basics, Modify and Construct basics, Viewing commands, Objects Snaps, Text, Dimensioning, and Layers.
AutoCAD 2007 Level II
Level II continues with additional production features: Blocks, XREF, Paper Space, templates, area and perimeter calculation, inserting objects, raster images, and scaling inserted items. Additional Modify and Inquire commands and relevant architectural and engineering examples will be used. 3D drawing is introduced as a logical progression of skills learned in Level I.
AutoCAD 2007 Level III
Level III builds on the Level I and II skills with UCS, Wireframes, Surfaces and 3D Solids Modeling, 3D Isometrics and 3D Frame construction, Surfaces construction, Solids construction and editing, highlighting, rendering, perspective views, and printing 3D views.