London Training Group LTD

Autocad 2D and 3D

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London Training Group LTD
In City of London
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Typology Training
Level Intermediate
Location City of london
Duration Flexible
Start Different dates available
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  • Intermediate
  • City of london
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Do you want to learn how to use Autocad?

Emagister has added the perfect course for you!

Autocad is a software application for computer aided design (CAD) patterns and it’s a top skill in the CAD industries. Do you want to become an expert?

With this Emagister course it’s easy to learn how to create digitalized draftings with Autocad and transforming 2D design to 3D! In this way, you will be able to create complex job in a faster and easier way!

Experts in Autocad softwares are in higher demand across all CAD industries, making you the perfect candidate for all sectors, such as engineering, construction, interior design, civil and mechanical industries and so much more!

Lots of jobs have been created in the market, making the Autocad expert a highly demanded skill in the industry!

Don’t lose the chance Emagister is giving you to become one of them, apply for this course now!

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Starts Location
Different dates available
City of London
4th Floor Bowman House,29 Wilson Street, EC2M 2SJ, London, England
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Starts Different dates available
City of London
4th Floor Bowman House,29 Wilson Street, EC2M 2SJ, London, England
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To take into account

· What are the objectives of this course?

Autocad course will begin from basic fundamental stage, proceeds onto intermediate level followed by advanced level. The London Training Groups is the Autodesk Authorised Training Center, deliver a hands-on Autocad course in London by Autodesk certified trainers.

· Who is it intended for?

Whether you are looking to start your career in CAD industry or looking to update your skills, we have the right Autocad course for you. We will start from scratch, proceeding towards the intermediate level and subsequently to the advance content of the course.

· Requirements

Basic computer knowledge.

· Qualification

- Autodesk Autocad Certified User. - Autodesk Autocad Certified Professional.

· What marks this course apart?

- Hands-on Tutor Led Training. - Classroom Based Practical Training. - Unlimited Practice Lab Access. - Small Size Class and Interactive Sessions. - Lab Exercises. - Project Work. - WiFi Internet. - Refreshments. - Completion Certificate. - Free Re-training. - The course fee excludes VAT.

· What happens after requesting information?

Our experts will contact you to speak about the Autocad training in London.

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Reviews on this course

4.5 07/05/2017
What I would highlight: AutoCAD tutor excellent listener, full of knowledge & precision.
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Danny Stanford
4.5 26/11/2015
What I would highlight: Good delivery, hands on training as promised. Trainer explained everything in detail and was very helpful too.
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Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Achievements for this centre

This centre has demonstrated its quality on Emagister
6 years with Emagister

What you'll learn on the course

AutoCAD 2D
Software Engineering
2D Design
3d design
3d training
Construction Training
CAD Software
CAD Engineering

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Teaching Staff
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Course programme

AutoCAD 2D Modeling 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 Linetypes
  • Working with Layers
  • Understanding and Creating Linetypes
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 Autoedit Modes
Advanced Drawing Techniques
  • Dividing and Measuring an Object
  • Drawing Rings and Ellipses, Working with Multilines
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, Colors, Linetypes, and Lineweights.
  • 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 Linetypes and Hatch Patterns.
  • Creating Shapes and Fonts, Customizing Menus.
3D Modeling Design3D concepts and AutoDesk Product for 3D
  • 3D concepts and AutoDesk Product for 3D
  • Development of Computer Geometric 3D Modeling
  • 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 Modeling 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 Modeling
  • Using the Startup 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 Modeling
  • 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 Modeling
  • 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
  • ViewCube, 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 Modeling Commands
  • Using the Tabulated Surface and Ruled Surface Option
Solid Modeling - 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 SteeringWheels
Regions, Extrude and Solid Modeling
  • The V-BlockSolid 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
  • Modeling Strategy
  • Setting Up a 2D Sketch for the Revolved Feature
  • Perform 2D Boolean Operations
  • Creating the Revolved Feature, 3D Array
Advanced Modeling 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

Additional information

0% interest available. Pay Monthly.
Interest-Free Installments Up to 1 Year.


Fast Track (1 Week) – Mon to Fri (10:00- 17:00) 
Weekend Track (7 Weeks) – Every Saturday (14:30 – 18:30)
Regular Track (7 Weeks) – Every Friday (14:30 – 18:30)
Evening Track (5 Weeks) – Every Mon & Wed (18:30 – 21:30)