AutoCAD Training Overview:


  • Autodesk AutoCAD Certified User and
  • Autodesk AutoCAD Certified Professional


  • AutoCAD classroom training. Instructor led hands-on classes.

AutoCAD Certification Exams:

  • 2 Exams, Real Time Simulation, Single and Multiple Choice Questions
  • Autocad Certification

AutoCAD Course Length:

  • 5 Weeks or Fast Track 5 Days

AutoCAD Training Includes:

  • Hands-on Training, Lab Exercises, Project work, Unlimited Lab Access, Free Re-training

AutoCAD Training Locations:

  • Liverpool Street, London
  • London Bridge, London
  • Moorgate, London

Flexible Starting Dates:

  • AutoCAD Training on Weekdays, Weekends and Evenings

Detailed Syllabus

AutoCAD 2D and 3D Highlight

  • AutoCAD Certified User
  • AutoCAD Certified Professional

Price Info

  • Hands-on Tutor Led Training
  • Classroom Based Practical Training
  • Unlimited Practice Lab Access
  • Small Size Class and Interactive Sessions
  • Lab Exercises
  • Project Work
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Refreshments
  • Completion Certificate
  • Free Re-training
  • Cost is calculated at 70 percent Tuition Vatable and 30 percent Training Book(s) with 0 rated Vat

Package Offer: Great Savings!!!

Professional Package

AutoCAD 2D and 3D - £990 + Revit Architecture - £990 : Total Price £1980

Career Package

AutoCAD 2D and 3D - £990 + Revit Architecture - £990 + Web and Graphic Design - £1190 : Total Price £3170

Specialised Package

AutoCAD 2D and 3D - £990 + Web and Graphic Design - £1190 : Total Price £2180

AutoCAD 2D Modelling Design

AutoCAD and Working with the Windows Environment

  • Starting to Draw
  • Opening a Drawing.
  • Using Commands.
  • Specifying Coordinates
  • Setting Up a Drawing
  • Starting AutoCAD and Understanding the Display
  • Interacting with AutoCAD
  • AutoCAD File Operations

Creating Your First Drawing

  • Setting up a Drawing
  • Using AutoCAD Drafting Tools
  • Understanding Objects

Viewing and Plotting a Drawing

  • Understanding the Display and Virtual Screen
  • Using ZOOM and PAN To Control the Display
  • Using the Aerial View Window and Creating Views

Basic CAD Drawing Techniques

  • Setting the Display Format and Units
  • Working with Prototype Drawings
  • Coordinate System Basics

Understanding Layers and Line types

  • Working with Layers
  • Understanding and Creating Line types

Creating Basic Geometry

  • Drawing Rectangles, Drawing Circles
  • Drawing Arcs

Annotating a Drawing with Text and Hatching

  • Adding Text to a Drawing, Filling Areas with Hatching

Drawing Accurately

  • Working with Entity Points and Object Snaps
  • Using Point Filters

Creating Selection Sets

  • Methods for Creating a Selection Set
  • Selecting Objects, Changing the Selection and Using Object Selection Filters

Basic Editing Skills

  • Deleting and Restoring Objects
  • Moving, Copying, and Offsetting Objects
  • Rotating, Mirroring, Scaling, and Stretching Objects
  • Editing Edges and Corners of Objects
  • Producing Arrays of Objects (ARRAY)

Editing with Grips

  • Working with Grips
  • Using the Grips Auto edit Modes

Advanced Drawing Techniques

  • Dividing and Measuring an Object
  • Drawing Rings and Ellipses, Working with Multi lines

Dimensioning a Drawing

  • Dimensioning Basics and Dimensioning with Precision
  • Linear and Radial Dimensioning
  • Angular Dimensioning, Editing Dimensions

Modifying Object Characteristics

  • Changing Object Properties
  • Extracting Information from your Drawing

Using Symbols and Attributes

  • Defining Groups, Creating Blocks
  • Adding Information to a Block with Attributes

Drawing in Two Dimensions 2D

  • Drawing Simple Lines.
  • Drawing Curves and Point Objects.
  • Viewing Your Drawing.
  • Editing Your Drawing: Basic Tools.
  • Editing Your Drawing: Advanced Tools.
  • Organizing Drawings with Layers, Colours, Line types, and Line weights.
  • Getting Information from Your Drawing.
  • Creating Text, Drawing Dimensions.
  • Creating Dimension Styles and Tolerances.
  • Drawing Complex Objects.
  • Plotting and Printing Your Drawing.

Working with Data.

  • Working with Blocks and Attributes.
  • Referencing Other Drawings.
  • Working with External Databases.

Organizing and Managing Drawings.

  • Keeping Control of Your Drawings.
  • Working with Other Applications.
  • Getting on the Internet.

Customizing AutoCAD.

  • Customizing Commands, Toolbars, and Tool Palettes.
  • Creating Macros and Slide Shows with Script Files.
  • Creating Your Own Line types and Hatch Patterns.
  • Creating Shapes and Fonts, Customizing Menus.

3D Modelling Design

3D concepts and Autodesk Product for 3D

  • 3D concepts and Autodesk Product for 3D
  • Development of Computer Geometric 3D Modelling
  • AutoCAD® Screen Layout
  • Application Menu, Toolbar, Menu Bar
  • Graphics Cursor or Crosshairs, Command prompt Area
  • Cursor Coordinates
  • Draw and Modify Toolbar Panel
  • Layers Control Toolbar Panel
  • Annotation Toolbar Panel
  • Layout/Model Toolbar, Viewing Toolbar
  • Workspace Switching, Mouse Buttons
  • Cancelling commands, Creating a CAD File Folder

Drawing in Three Dimensions.(3D)

  • Specifying 3D Coordinates. Viewing 3D Drawings.
  • Creating 3D Surfaces.
  • Creating Solids and Editing in 3D.
  • Rendering in 3D

User Coordinate System and the Z-Axis

  • 3D Modelling Workspace
  • Drawing Units Setup, Area Setup
  • GRID and SNAP Intervals Setup
  • Drawing Polylines, Offset Polyline
  • Creating Interior Walls, Using the TRIM Command
  • XY CRT, but an XYZ World
  • Viewing the 2D Design in 3D Space
  • Adding the 3rd Dimension to the Floor Plan Design
  • Viewing the Design Using the Hide Option

3D Wireframe Modelling

  • Using the Start up Options
  • Creating the Rectangular Base of the Design
  • Create a 3D Box, Object Snap Toolbar
  • Using the Snap Options to Locate the Top Corners
  • Using the Copy Option to Create Additional Edges

Dynamic Rotation – Free Orbit, OFFSET Command

  • UCS, Viewports and Wireframe 3D Modelling
  • V-Block Design
  • Creating a Wireframe Box
  • Using the View and the UCS Toolbars
  • Creating Construction Lines in the Front View
  • Copying in the Negative Z Direction
  • Creating an Inclined Line at the Base of the Model
  • Creating Object Lines
  • Multiple Viewports
  • Using the MIRROR Command
  • Creating the V-Cut Feature on the Inclined Plane
  • Extend the Cut and GRIP Editing

3D Surface Modelling

  • UCS Toolbars and the Meshes Commands
  • Creating a Surface Using the 2D SOLID Command
  • Using the Visual Styles Toolbar
  • Creating a Surface Using the 3D FACE Command
  • View Cube, Creating a Surface of Irregular Shape
  • Using the Invisible Edge Option
  • Moving with the Grip Editing Tools
  • The Locator Wireframe Model
  • Moving Objects to a Different Layer
  • Advanced Surface Modelling Commands
  • Using the Tabulated Surface and Ruled Surface Option

Solid Modelling - Constructive Solid Geometry

  • Guide-Block Design
  • Constructive Solid Geometry Concept, Binary Tree
  • The Guide-Block CSG Binary Tree
  • Creating 3D object, Boolean Operation - UNION
  • Creating the Second Cylinder Feature
  • Boolean Operation - SUBTRACT
  • The Steering Wheels

Regions, Extrude and Solid Modelling

  • The V-Block Solid Design
  • Setting Up a 2D Sketch
  • Defining the Front Edges of the Design
  • Creating a Region, Extruding the Created Region
  • Creating a 2D Sketch at the Base of the Model
  • Creating a Copy of the 2D Sketch
  • Creating the Cutter Solids
  • Boolean Operation - Subtract

Multiview Drawings from 3D Models

  • AutoCAD Paper Space
  • Deleting the Displayed Viewport
  • Adding Borders and Title Block in the Layout
  • Setting Up Viewports inside the Title Block
  • Setting Up the Standard Views
  • Determining the Necessary 2D Views
  • Establishing an Auxiliary View in Model Mode
  • Adding a Viewport for an Auxiliary View
  • Using the DVIEW Command
  • Adjusting the Viewport Scale
  • Locking the Base View, Aligning the 2D Views

Symmetrical Features in Designs

  • A Revolved Design: PULLEY
  • Modelling Strategy
  • Setting Up a 2D Sketch for the Revolved Feature
  • Perform 2D Boolean Operations
  • Creating the Revolved Feature, 3D Array

Advanced Modelling Tools & Techniques

  • Create an Offset Geometry from an Extracted Surface
  • Extrude with Draft Angle, Aligning the Parts
  • Combining Parts – Boolean UNION
  • Creating 3D Rounds and Fillets
  • Creating a Shell Feature
  • Creating a Rectangular Array Cut Feature
  • Making a Design Change
  • Dynamic UCS Approach

Conceptual Design Tools & Techniques

  • Create a Solid Feature Using the Press/Pull Command
  • Using the Press/Pull Command as an Editing Tool
  • Create another Cut Feature
  • Using the Imprint Command

Photorealistic Rendering

  • Environment Setup
  • Using the Render command
  • Available Lighting Simulation Modes in AutoCAD
  • Using the Materials Options
  • Activate the Sun & Sky Background option
  • Creating a Point Light, Changing the Applied Materials
  • Creating a Spotlight, Removing a Light
  • Creating a Distant Light, Creating New Materials
  • Saving the Rendered Images

  • Autodesk AutoCAD Certified User and Autodesk AutoCAD Certified Professional
  • 2 Exams, Real Time Simulation, Single and Multiple Choice Questions
  • Instructor led hands-on classes.
  • Lab Exercises, Project work, Unlimited Lab Access, Free Re-training
  • 5 Weeks or Fast Track 5 Days
  • AutoCAD Training on Weekdays, Weekends and Evenings
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