Productivity is the key component for any industry utilizing design information. Get ahead in today’s employment marketplace. If you use, or anticipate using AutoCAD 2014, then you need to be up on the latest techniques. Evening AutoCAD classes can aid in maximizing your efficiency.
Discover the world of Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CAD). This program is designed to prepare the student with drafting and design skills needed to compete in the rapidly changing 21st century global workplace and qualify for entry level AutoCAD® drafting positions. It can also help experienced drafting personnel assume more senior AutoCAD® positions and gain confidence in their software skills. Courses feature significant hands-on experience and are sequenced to build on previous classroom/lab and work experiences.
Level 1 AutoCAD 2014
Getting started with AutoCAD; basic drawing and editing; drawing with precision;organizing with players; object types; inserting blocks.
Level 2 AutoCAD 2014
Paper space and layouts;printing your drawing; text and dimensioning; creating and managing blocks;hatching; advanced editing features.
Level 3 AutoCAD 2014
Design center; advanced drafting tools; managing Xref files; setting up plotter and CTB Files; blocks and attributes; custom buttons and toolbars; import/export file formats.
Next Start – Fall quarter 2014
Number of sessions varies each quarter: Monday & Wednesday evenings, 6:00PM – 9:00PM
Seattle Central College Campus / BE 1139D
$410 per class, or save $130 and enroll for all three levels for $1100
Instructor: Colin Moy
Colin has worked in the drafting field since 1978. He has extensive experience in both AutoCAD and the information technology field. In addition to teaching in the evening, he is employed by KPFF Consulting Engineers.