Training & Certifications

Autodesk certifications provide reliable validation of knowledge and skills. These credentials can lead to accelerated professional development, improved productivity, and enhanced credibility. The AutoCAD Certified User exam includes both academic and industry requirements designed to confirm that Autodesk® AutoCAD® software users have the skills necessary to continue their design careers—whether they attend college, enter the workforce, or work toward additional levels of industry certification. The Autodesk AutoCAD® Certified User program has been designed for those who are relatively new to the software and want to prove their basic proficiency. Turbocharge your Autodesk AutoCAD® design and documentation skills and prove your proficiency by becoming Autodesk AutoCAD® Certified User.

At the end of the program, the participants will be able to :

  • Understand functions and the concept of AutoCAD software
  • Apply the drawing technique of AutoCAD
  • Create drawing with maximum utilization of function in AutoCAD for best result
  • Create, organize, annotate, and plot drawings
  • Manipulate, alter, and hatch objects
  • Work with layouts
  • Apply dimensioning
  • Work with reusable content
  • Create additional drawing objects

An individual who are working, with basic knowledge in design/drafting, understand the terminology including students, and freelance. It is also intended for experienced drawing office managers and supervisors who wish to explore AutoCAD and are seeking to increase business productivity.

This program is 4 days of intensive training class.

It is recommended that participants have a working knowledge of basic design/drafting procedures and terminology.

At the end of the program, the participants will be assessed with Autodesk AutoCAD® Certified User Exam.

Autodesk AutoCAD® Certified User Certification will be awarded upon successfully passing the exam from Autodesk.

  • Create selection sets
  • Use coordinate systems
  • Use dynamic input, direct distance, and shortcut menus
  • Use Inquiry commands
  • Draw lines and rectangles
  • Draw circles, arcs, and polygons
  • Draw polylines
  • Work with grid and snap
  • Use object-snap tracking
  • Use coordinate systems
  • Move and copy objects
  • Rotate and scale objects
  • Create and use arrays
  • Trim and extend objects
  • Offset objects
  • Mirror objects
  • Use grip editing
  • Fillet and chamfer objects
  • Draw and edit polylines
  • Apply hatches and gradients
  • Change object properties
  • Alter layer assignments for objects
  • Control layer visibility
  • Add and modify text
  • Use dimensions
  • Set printing and plotting options

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