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Drafting with AutoCAD®
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Drafting with AutoCAD®

Stratford's Drafting with AutoCADฎ course can help you learn more about a career in drafting, including providing training with one of the most popular computer aided drafting programs, AutoCADฎ.

The best part of Stratford's AutoCADฎ drafting and design course is our unique home study training methods that allow you to train at home in your spare time.

Understanding the Personal Computer
• Terminology
• Installing a New Computer
• Hardware Components
• The Function of the CPU
• Memory
• Input, Output, and Storage Devices
• Operating Systems
• The Internet and Online Services
• Troubleshooting PC Problems and Errors

Fundamentals of Modern Drafting
• Introduction to Contemporary Drafting
• Drafting Equipment and Supplies
• Sketching and Lettering
• Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting Systems
• Drafting Room Design Teams
• Drafting Conventions and Formats
• Geometric Construction
• Multiview Drawings

Further Techniques of Modern Drafting
• Dimensioning Conventions and Surface Finishes
• Tolerancing and Geometric Tolerancing
• Sectional Views
• Auxiliary Views and Revolutions
• Descriptive Geometry
• Development Drawings
• Pictorial Drawings

More Drafting Techniques
• Fasteners
• Green Design in Industry
• Working and Welding Drawings
• Gears and Cams
• Piping Drawings
• Electronics Drafting
• Tool Design Drafting
• Architectural Drafting

Introduction to Windows 10
• Windows Basics
• Using the Mouse
• Working with Windows
• The Action Center and Taskbar
• System, Device and Network Settings
• Rearranging Your Windows
• Folders, Icons and Shortcuts
• The Start Area
• Copying and Pasting
• Windows 10 Text Programs
• Paint, Snipping Tool and Calculator
• Photos Program
• Using Microsoft Edge
• Installing and Uninstalling Software
• Using Cortana
• Calendar, People and Mail
• User Accounts and File Sharing
• Finding Lost or Deleted Files
• Keeping the System Healthy

Introduction to AutoCAD® 2016
• Getting to Know AutoCAD®
• Learning Basic Commands to Get Started
• Setting Up a Drawing
• Developing Drawing Strategies

Intermediate Techniques of AutoCAD® 2016
• Using Layers to Organize Your Drawing
• Combining Objects into Blocks
• Controlling Text in a Drawing
• Using Dynamic Blocks and Tables
• Generating Elevations

More Techniques of AutoCAD® 2016
• Working with Hatches, Gradients, and Tool Palettes
• Dimensioning a Drawing
• Managing External References
• Using Layouts to Set Up a Print
• Printing an AutoCAD® Drawing
• Creating 3D Geometry
• Rendering and Materials
This educational program is an introductory course designed to help students gain knowledge necessary for the vocational application of this subject. Completion of this program does not fulfill the legal requirements of particular state licenses or certifications, which may require additional training or apprenticeships.

We take great pride in providing you with the most up-to-date textbooks and equipment. One or more of the above-mentioned subjects may, therefore, change if updating becomes necessary during the course of your studies. The order in which the course material is presented may vary.
Do I need a computer to complete this course?
While having a computer is definitely helpful, it is not required to complete this course. The curriculum focuses on fundamental concepts and theory, so a computer is not a necessity to complete the course. We found that many students can go to a local library to use a computer or have a friend with a computer they can use.
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