CAD training courses and schools
Computer-Aided Design/Drafting programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 52 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Canada.



Douglas College

Training Centre/Campus: New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 604 527 5400

Introduction to CAD

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This course introduces the basic concepts of computer assisted drafting to students. Students will develop skills in two-dimensional drawing using CAD software. A demonstration of 3D applications will also be included. Note: This course is delivered in an intensive eight-week module.


Camosun College

Training Centre/Campus: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 250-370-3000

3D CAD

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This course emphasizes the application and selection of mechanical components used in the design of power transmission systems. Students will be required to use 3D CAD to develop detail and assembly drawings utilizing standard mechanical components. Drawings will be plotted.


St. Clair College

Training Centre/Campus: Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 1-800-387-0524

Building CAD

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This course provides an introduction to basic computer operations including word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, photo imaging and CAD software packages. Each different computer software program will be used to produce Construction industry related documents, cost estimates, presentations and drawings.

CAD / CAM (Diploma)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

CAD/CAM mechanical technicians decide how a product is to be manufactured, what types of machines are to be used, and the machining sequence required to manufacture components to industrial standards. This program prepares graduates to become Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) specialists, Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) programmers, General Machinist/CNC, quality control persons or CMM operators in the mouldmaking, tool and die, jig and fixture, and machine tool construction industries.

This program targets students who are critical thinkers and able to solve problems. They need mechanical aptitude with the ability to work independently, or as a member of a small team. Although CAM is the main focus of this program, a robust series of CAD courses is included to maximize the success of the student which offers them a competitive edge for employment.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
•Offers advanced levels of training in the use of engineering workstations... [Read More]

Landscape CAD

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course explores a variety of principles and practices necessary to establish and operate a Greenhouse operation. Emphasis of this course will be based on Site and structure selection, physical plant and operational layout, crop selection, specialized equipment, cultural and handling techniques of specialized nursery crops. Studies will be conducted in a lecture and lab setting.

Civil CAD

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course continues the development of computer aided drafting skills introduced in ARC 204. Students will continue the use of layers, dimensions, text, lineweights and paperspace to create 2D plans, elevations and sections. Attributes for blocks and xref files will be included as they apply to construction drawings. Three-dimensional drawing will be introduced to create Civil Engineering and Construction solid models.


Sheridan College

Training Centres/Campuses: Brampton, Mississauga, Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 905-845-9430

CAD 3D Solid Modelling - CATIA

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

To achieve the critical performance, students will have demonstrated
the ability to:

1. Create mechanical parts using CATIA.
2. Generate solids by extrusion, sweeping, revolving, lofting, and
other means in CATIA.
3. Create complex solids applying Boolean operations to (2) and (3)
in CATIA.
4. Edit solids in CATIA.
5. Generate and detail 2D drawings from solids and assemblies in
CATIA.
6. Extract physical and mechanical information from a solid using
CATIA.
7. Complete rendering of a solid model in CATIA.
8. Discuss model organization and robust modeling.
9. Assemble multiple solids to create a product in CATIA.
10. Generate Bill of material and balloons from an assembly in CATIA.
11. Create surfaces and solids from surfaces in CATIA.
12. Create prototypes using additive manufacturing techniques.

CAD 3D Rendering and Presentation

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Module 1:
Course Outline, Introduction to Mechanical Desktop.

Module 2:
Sketching and geometric constraining Profiles/ Paths, features

Module 3:
Prototype drawing, Layers, dimension styles. Work features: Work
point, axes and planes. Local and global variables in a Parametric
part and assembly design. Using MS WORD for documents.

Module 4:
Sketched features operation Cut, join and intersect. Sketched
features
Extrude, revolve, sweep. Constraining sketched features. Using MS
power point to prepare slides.

Module 5:
Adding placed features holes, fillets and chamfers.

Module 6:
Sketched features: Shell, copied features and arrayed features

Module 7:
Creating drawings: Orthographic Views, Isometric, Auxiliary, Details
and Sections.

Module 8:
Drawing dimensions. Custom annotation, Hole notes, centre lines,
Tapped holes.
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Electronic Drafting and CAD

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Students are first introduced to create professional-look block diagrams/flowcharts in Microsoft Office. Students are then introduced to standard drafting rules and techniques and assignments requiring electronic circuit schematic drawings are handed in for marking. Students utilize the Electronics Workbench / Multisim Schematic Capture to draw circuit schematics and to combine schematic drafting with analogue/digital circuit simulations.. Students then use The Electronics Workbench / Ultiboard printed circuit board design and layout software to produce printed circuit board drawings and layouts by transferring the appropriate information from the schematics produced in the Multisim program. Finally, an introduction will be given in the use of AutoCAD for the production of block diagrams, schematic symbols, schematic diagrams and electrical wiring diagrams.


Georgian College

Training Centre/Campus: Barrie, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 705-728-1968

CAD Electrical Circuits

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course stresses the development of a reasonable skill in preparing and interpreting basic electrical engineering drawings. The student will produce neat and accurate drawings of single line, schematic, connection and inter-connection diagrams. Emphasis will be on industrial power and control applications. Computer Aided Drafting methods will be used to prepare the drawings.

CAD Electrical Layouts

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course stresses continued development in the skills of preparing and interpreting electrical drawings with emphasis placed on electrical layout and installation drawings such as electrical panel and equipment layouts, cable schedules and conduit installation drawings. Drawings will be prepared on CAD. Specific customization of CAD as it relates to electrical drawings will also be covered.

CAD / CAM

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Students learn basic two dimensional design using CAD/CAM software. This course introduces students to the management and creation of design elements used to create the structure for a CNC program including the execution of basic CAD commands used for drawing or editing.

CAD 3D Solids Modelling

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course is designed to provide training in designing pertinent mechanical projects using a CAD software. Practical lab work in creating parametric solids, mechanical assemblies, form features, curves, and simple drawings. Utilizing form features, curves, sketches, expressions, blends, chamfers and extrusion in designing solid models will complement this course.

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