An entry-level Windows computer course or equivalent experience and keyboarding proficiency.
This class covers basic and intermediate AutoCAD drafting principles. Learn to navigate the AutoCAD desktop, draw objects, insert and edit text and build accurate visual representations with AutoCAD’s drafting tools. Understand the use of CAD in the industry, technical presentation methods, and file management. Advanced techniques include learning industry methods to manage AutoCAD drawings and drawing setups, layers and linetypes, viewport and layout management, dimensioning tools, and blocks and attributes. Build symbol libraries and print singulars and sets. Upon completion, you can use AutoCAD’s editing tools to create and print drawings with accuracy and assurance.
Purchase the following textbooks for the first day of class from the UFV Bookstore:
Knowledge of architectural construction terminology and basic drafting practices.
This course covers the basics of Autodesk Revit in an architectural environment. Learn to plan and design a building from concept through construction documentation. Explore the tools and concepts needed to work with fully parametric building modeling software. Purchase the following textbooks for the first day of class from the UFV Bookstore: