18 and older
AutoCAD Advanced training introduces advanced techniques and teaches you to be proficient in your use of AutoCAD. This is done by teaching you how to recognize the best tool for the task, the best way to use that tool, and how to create new tools to accomplish tasks more efficiently.Prerequisites:
AutoCAD Versions That Can Attend:
- Completion of AutoCAD Essentials Training or equivalent knowledge.
2019, 2018, 2017, 2016 & 2015 (Microsoft Windows PC)Course Taught With:
AutoCAD 2018 (Microsoft Windows PC) Software and CoursewareNot Appropriate For:
Macintosh versions of AutoCADCourse Outline
Headsets for free, Guaranteed to Run, Re-Takes for free (Up to 6 months), Interactive Classroom environment.Registration Note:
- Chapter 1 Introduction
- Chapter 2 Advanced Text Objects
- Chapter 3 Working with Tables
- Chapter 4 Projects – Advanced Annotation
- Chapter 5 Dynamic Blocks
- Chapter 6 Attributes
- Chapter 7 Projects – Advanced Blocks & Attributes
- Chapter 8 Output and Publishing
- Chapter 9 Other Tools for Collaboration
- Chapter 10 Cloud Collaboration and 2D Automation
- Chapter 11 Introduction to Sheet Sets
- Chapter 12 Publishing & Customizing Sheet Sets
- Chapter 13 Projects – Sheet Sets
- Chapter 14 Managing Layers
- Chapter 15 CAD Standards
- Chapter 16 System Setup
- Chapter 17 Introduction to Customization
- Chapter 18 Customizing the User Interface
- Chapter 19 Macros & Custom Routines
We can only accept students into our classes whose tuition is being paid by an employer or sponsoring organization. Self-paying individuals cannot enroll.
Courseware (if a course has a Courseware) will be shipped to the address provided two weeks before the class starts. Make sure that the additional info field is properly and correctly filled out to avoid Courseware being lost in transit. Please also note that P.O. Box addresses are not allowed.
The classes are instructor-led live training you attend in a local classroom or from your home/office. Our instructors teach from a remote location while being able to interact with students as in a traditional classroom setting.
Instructors can view student progress and take control of their PC to provide direct assistance. Students can see the instructor's presentation as well as voice questions directly to the instructor and participate in class discussions.