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Autocad for Interior Designers - Intermediate
C01494

Following on from AutoCAD for Designers - Introduction, or for students who have had some experience of using AutoCAD, this intermediate progression course is designed for those seeking to gain enhanced knowledge of the software and to add professional quality to their 2D

The aim of the course is to practically teach the advanced techniques required to assist you in your career development, using clear, easy-to-follow instructions, and to create a portfolio of work displaying your skills to take to interview, either for employment or further education purposes.

Course Content

What will the course cover?

• Drawing Architectural Objects
• Floor Plans
• Exterior Elevations
• Sections
• Plan Layouts and interior elevations
• Site Plan
• Schedules and Set up sheet
• Line weight and plotting

Entry Requirements

The course is aimed at anyone who has completed the introductory course AutoCAD for Designers here at RACC, or those who have had equivalent experience of using AutoCAD, and wants to continue to develop these skills.

AutoCAD is the computer-aided design tool par excellence for Windows PCs, and is taught on PCs here. If you have a Mac you can still join the course but you may find that the Mac version works differently.

Further Study Options

Completing the course will make the learner more confident with the software, and therefore more employable. Students progress to work in a wide variety of industries using CAD including interior design, architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, construction, electronics and product design.

Additional Information

• If you require further course information or advice & guidance that is not answered in this outline, please email art@racc.ac.uk

• If you would like general information about the college, for example, fees & finance, funding, term dates or opening times please email info@racc.ac.uk or drop in to our main reception area.

This specialist course has been identified to run with fewer numbers due to either the student demand for the course and subject area or the need for increased one to one tuition. This course will be able to run with only 6 learners and will have a maximum of 10 in the class.