Expertise with AutoCAD® (Computer-Aided Drafting) can help you start a career in drafting. In order to do this, you need a particular skill set. Specialized courses can give you the knowledge you need. AutoCAD is a computer-aided drafting software program used for creating blueprints for buildings, bridges and computer chips. AutoCAD is used mainly by drafters, although engineers, surveyors and architects may need to use the software from time to time.
Familiarity with the rudiments of CAD; coordinating other programs and systems that are used with CAD applications Using drafting materials, media, and methods of duplication. Dimensioning, geometric construction, and geometric tolerance. Commands in AutoCAD® Schematic drafting, both electronic and electrical, in AutoCAD® Becoming familiar with AutoCAD® will allow you to: Qualify for positions in architectural, mechanical, or civil engineering firms. Qualify for positions in other drafting firms, or even establish your own business.
Duration: 2 weeks
Course Fee: NGN 35,000.00
Venue: Simptutor Training Center | This course could also be taken at your preferred location (extra fee may apply)
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