AutoCad


Course Detail


Course Description

MITI’s AutoCAD course aims to teach the concepts and use of key commands to run and print technical drawings in 2D/3D. It exclusively focuses on basic drafting techniques, project designing, engineering drawing and is structured to suit users across a broad range of industries. Its content is delivered in a variety of modes including theory, demonstrations and practical work, with participants gaining hands-on experience with AutoCAD through a series of practical exercises.

Course Duration 4 Months
Credit Hours 160 Hours
Daily Hours 2 Hours
Theory Hours 48 Hours
Practical Hours 112 Hours
Class Timing Morning Section 09am to 11am & Evening Section 07pm to 09pm
Course Level Intermediate

Pre-requisite

Minimum Academic Qualification: Matriculation / Computer literacy & Knowledge of Basic Drawings and Math



Course Contents


  • Basic Engineering Drafting
  • Working/Assembly Drawing
  • Basic 2D/3D CAD Drafting
  • Layout Designing/Printing
  • Project Designing

Why MITI


  • Experienced & Professional Instructors
  • Well-Equipped Workshops & Practical Labs
  • Affiliation with TTB and City & Guilds
  • Course Training with Professional Grooming
  • Most Affordable Fee
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