The potential of computer-aided drafting to continually advance architectural professions offers many exciting career opportunities. If you have an interest in architecture and the built environment, and a flare for creative design and computers then these courses might be for you.
Develop the skills to work in the engineering, architecture and construction fields, whether you are an architect, or wish to be draftsperson or assistant in an engineering or construction firm.
Some of the subjects covered include:
- basic drawing and drafting techniques
- lines, layers, tools and views
- creating and editing text
- 3D views and models
- splines, polylines and surfaces
- solid modelling and editing
- assembly modelling
Available Short Courses (5)
Learn basic to intermediate skills for the Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) software application ArchiCAD. Produce working drawings and digital models for architectural projects.
Designed for students who want to learn how to use AutoCAD or improve 2D drafting skills. Introduces basic features and capabilities of the software, enabling 2D drawings and documentation to be created from 2D models.
Introduces AutoCAD’s 3D modelling features and capabilities, with participants learning to create 2D drawings and documentation from 3D models.
This short course introduces the basic features and capabilities of Inventor so parts, assemblies and drawing documentation can be created.
This course will provide expertise in applying REVIT modelling software to structural and architectural projects.