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AutoCAD is a 2-D and 3-D computer-aided drafting software application used in architecture, construction and manufacturing to assist in the preparation of blueprints and other engineering plans. Professionals who use AutoCAD are often referred to as drafters. While drafters work in a number of specialties, the six most common specialization areas are mechanical drafting, architectural drafting, civil drafting, electrical drafting, electronics drafting and aeronautical drafting. AutoCAD is considered to be the industry leader in 3D computer aided design, CAD drafting, 3D CAD modeling and architectural drawing.

Who will get benefit from the Course?

Anybody can participate who have interest or intention to make use of this technology. This AutoCAD Training course is designed for new users of AutoCAD.

Course Objectives

You’ll learn all of the basic commands necessary for professional 2D drawing, design, and drafting using AutoCAD. You’ll also learn about the features, commands and techniques for becoming more productive when creating, annotating, and printing drawings with AutoCAD. You’ll learn to navigate the AutoCAD user interfaces, use the fundamental features of AutoCAD, use the precision drafting tools in AutoCAD and to develop accurate technical drawings and present drawings in a detailed and visually impressive way.


You should have a basic understanding of your computers operating system. For example, you should know how to launch an application, create and save files.

Technical Overview Training Course

Course Contents

Course Introduction

Why we are using Auto CAD?

Auto CAD document contains of what?

What all you need for learning Auto CAD?

Skills Gained

The delegates will be introduced to:

Introduction to AutoCAD

Introduction to Commands

Draw Commands

Erase and Selection Sets

Basic Display Commands

Drawing Aids

Object Snapping

Setting up a Drawing


Edit Commands


Layers, Linetypes and Colours

More Edit Commands

Advanced Display Commands



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