Advance your skills in the AutoCAD workspace and gain the final pieces of knowledge you need to pursue the Autodesk certification after the class. Learn to work with advanced tables, annotations, editing and viewing tools of the AutoCAD software. You will create advanced dynamic blocks and attributes and learn about sheet sets. Prepare to publish and use collaboration tools all while managing layers and learning to use the right tools for optimal performance. You will complete a hands-on project in this program that can be used in your professional portfolio. Textbook is required at the first class meeting and is available at the KSU Center bookstore. Internet access is also required. It is recommended that students have access to the AutoCAD software outside of the classroom, but the software will be provided in the classroom for you to use and complete everything necessary for the class.
- Demonstrate how to navigate the AutoCAD software and system setup
- Demonstrate how to work with advanced text objects and tables
- Organize and manage drawings using layers
- Define dynamic blocks and attributes
- Use publishing, collaboration, and automation tools
- Show how to publish, create, and customize sheet sets
- Demonstrate how to customize the AutoCAD user interface to increase productivity
- Use macros and custom routines
Prerequisite: AutoCAD Essentials and AutoCAD Intermediate or equivalent experience. High school diploma or equivalent. Complete the Basic Skills Assessment and submit Program Application if not done for previous AutoCAD classes. Working knowledge of computers and access to computer and Internet are required.
The Basic Skills Assessment & Program Application are located online. Click here for the Basic Skills Assessment and Program Application instructions.