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AutoCAD

Unleash your potential in the AutoCAD industry. Develop job-ready competencies for a high-demand career with this AutoCAD course.

The AutoCAD career may be the road for you if you’ve always wanted a gratifying profession. AutoCAD skills have become more essential than ever as the AutoCAD industry continues to create revolutionary services and products. If you’re a problem-solver who enjoys winning, AutoCAD career will be both rewarding and profitable. 

Even if you’re seeking to change careers, AutoCAD will be a rewarding career choice. Expertise in AutoCAD also means flourishing in a rising, competitive, and data-driven work environment.

Imperial Academy offers you the benefit of —

AutoCAD course assists you in becoming job-ready, whether you're trying to start a new career or improve your existing one. You can learn at your own schedule, whenever and wherever suits you best. You will discover all the expertise you'll need to thrive in an ever-changing AutoCAD sector with this online AutoCAD course.

The Quality Licence Scheme has endorsed this course for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an accredited qualification. Imperial Academy will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example, progression routes into further and/or higher education.

Imperial Academy is an approved reselling partner for Quality Licence Scheme courses under One Education.

Upon successful completion of the AutoCAD course, you can order an original hardcopy certificate of achievement endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme. The certificate will be home-delivered, with a pricing scheme of  —

After successfully completing the assessment of this AutoCAD course, you will also qualify for the CPD Certificate from Imperial Academy, as proof of your continued development. Certification is available in PDF format, at the cost of £9, or a hard copy can be sent to you via post, at the cost of £15. International students will have to pay an extra £10 as postal fees.

The AutoCAD course has been endorsed under the Quality Licence Scheme.  This means that One Education has undergone an external quality check to ensure that the organisation and the courses it offers meet defined quality criteria. The completion of this AutoCAD course alone does not lead to a regulated qualification but may be used as evidence of knowledge and skills gained. The Learner Unit Summary may be used as evidence towards Recognition of Prior Learning if you wish to progress your studies in this subject. To this end the learning outcomes of the AutoCAD course have been benchmarked at Level 6 against level descriptors published by Ofqual, to indicate the depth of study and level of demand/complexity involved in successful completion by the learner. 

The AutoCAD course itself has been designed by One Education to meet specific learners’ and/or employers’ requirements which cannot be satisfied through current regulated qualifications.

The Quality Licence Scheme endorsement involves robust and rigorous quality audits by external auditors to ensure quality is continually met.  A review of courses is carried out as part of the endorsement process.

No formal entry requirements! No prerequisites or relevant experience is required!

This course is accessible to anyone with an eagerness to learn. All you require is —

You will gain a well-rounded grasp of all core aspects of the AutoCAD sector during this AutoCAD course, which will help you prepare for your dream AutoCAD role. Develop a good balance of conceptual expertise, as well as AutoCAD skills that are in great demand by employers.

Course Curriculum

Section 01: Introduction
Introduction 00:04:00
Who is this course for? 00:02:00
What will you learn from this course? 00:05:00
Tools needed 00:01:00
Course Prerequisites 00:04:00
Section 02: Exporting AutoCAD Objects to Excel
Section Overview – Export AutoCAD Objects to Excel 00:02:00
Exporting Lines to Excel – Overview 00:02:00
Creating the VB.NET-Excel Project 00:06:00
Design of User Interface to Export Lines 00:10:00
Creating the Common Utility Class 00:19:00
Creating the ExportLines Method 00:12:00
Running and Testing ExportLines Method 00:06:00
Exporting MTexts to Excel – Overview 00:02:00
Creating the ExportMTexts Method 00:11:00
Export Polylines to Excel – Overview 00:01:00
Creating the ExportPolylines Method 00:12:00
Running and Testing ExportPoylines Method 00:12:00
Export Blocks (Without Attributes) to Excel – Overview 00:01:00
Creating the ExportBlocks Method 00:12:00
Creating Export Blocks UI and Running the Code 00:06:00
Exporting Blocks (With Attributes) to Excel – Overview 00:02:00
Creating the User Interface for exporting Blocks to Excel 00:05:00
Creation of BlocksForm UI 00:04:00
Coding the BlocksForm Load Event 00:08:00
Testing the BlocksForm UI 00:03:00
Coding the BlocksForm to populate the Listboxes 00:15:00
Coding the BlocksForm Export Button 00:04:00
Coding the ExportBlocksWithAttributes Method 00:21:00
Running and Testing ExportBlocksWithAttributes Method 00:02:00
Section 03: Importing Excel File into AutoCAD
Section Overview – Import Excel File into AutoCAD 00:01:00
Importing Lines from Excel File into AutoCAD – Overview 00:01:00
Creating ImportExcelUtil Class 00:02:00
Creating the ImportLines Method 00:19:00
Creating the UI for the ImportLines Method 00:02:00
Coding the ImportLines UI code behind. 00:07:00
Running and Testing ImportLines Method 00:08:00
Importing MTexts into AutoCAD – Overview 00:01:00
Creating the ImportMTexts Method 00:11:00
Creating ImportMTexts User Interface 00:02:00
Running and Testing ImportMTexts Method 00:02:00
Importing Polylines from Excel File into AutoCAD – Overview 00:01:00
Creating the ImportPolylines Method 00:14:00
Creating ImportPolylines User Interface 00:02:00
Running and Testing ImportPolylines Method 00:03:00
Importing Blocks (without Attributes) from Excel File into AutoCAD – Overview 00:01:00
Creating the ImportBlocks Method 00:09:00
Creating the ImportBlocks User Interface 00:02:00
Running and Testing ImportBlocks Method 00:03:00
Importing Blocks (with Attirubtes) from Excel File into AutoCAD – Overview 00:02:00
Creating the ImportBlocksWithAttributes Method 00:25:00
Creating the UI for ImportBlocksWithAttributes Method 00:04:00
Running and Testing ImportBlocksWithAttributes Method 00:03:00
Section 04: Exporting AutoCAD Objects to a File
Exporting Lines to a File – Overview 00:02:00
Creating the ExportToFile Utility Class 00:04:00
Creating ExportLinesToFile Method 00:14:00
Creating the UI for ExportLinesToFile Method 00:08:00
Running and Testing ExportLinesToFile Method 00:02:00
Exporting MTexts to File – Overview 00:01:00
Creating the MTextToFile Method 00:06:00
Creating the UI for the ExportMTextToFile Method 00:01:00
Running and Testing ExportMTextToFile Method. 00:08:00
Exporting Polylines to File – Overview 00:02:00
Creating ExportPolylinesToFile Method 00:11:00
Exporting Polylines to File – User Interface 00:01:00
Running and Testing ExportPolylinesToFile Method 00:02:00
Exporting Blocks (without Attributes) to File – Overview 00:02:00
Creating the ExportBlocksToFile Method 00:10:00
Creating ExportBlocksToFile User Interface 00:02:00
Running and Testing ExportBlocksToFile Method 00:02:00
Exporting Blocks (With Attributes) to a File – Overview 00:02:00
Creating the EXportBlocksWithAttributesToFile Method 00:19:00
Creating the UI for ExportBlocksWithAttributesToFile Method 00:06:00
Coding the BlocksForm for ExportBlocksWithAttributeToFile Method 00:04:00
Running and Testing ExportBlocksWithAttributesToFile Method 00:03:00
Section 05: Importing Text File into AutoCAD
Importing Text File into AutoCAD – Overview 00:01:00
Importing Lines from a Text File into AutoCAD – Overview 00:02:00
Creating the ImportFileUtil Class 00:01:00
Creating the ImportLinesMethod 00:17:00
Creation of ImportLines User Interface 00:03:00
Coding the ImportLines UI button 00:05:00
Running and Testing the ImportLines Method 00:04:00
Importing MTexts from Text File into AutoCAD – Overview 00:02:00
Creating the ImportMTexts Method 00:09:00
Creating the TextStyle Manipulation Code 00:02:00
Creating the UI for the ImportMTexts Method 00:01:00
Running and Testing the ImportMTexts Method 00:04:00
Importing Polylines from a Text File into AutoCAD – Overview 00:02:00
Creating the ImportPolylines Method 00:18:00
Creating the ImportPolylines UI 00:02:00
Running and Testing ImportPolylines (from a File) Method 00:02:00
Importing BLocks (without Attributes) from a Text File into AutoCAD – Overview 00:02:00
Creating the ImportBlocks (without Attributes) Method 00:15:00
Creating the ImportBlocks UI 00:05:00
Running and Testing ImportBlocks (without Attributes) Method 00:04:00
Importing Blocks (with Attributes) from a Text File into AutoCAD – Overview 00:02:00
Creating the ImportBlocksWithAttributes from a File Method 00:23:00
Creating the ImportBlocksWithAttributes (from a File) UI (Part 1) 00:06:00
Creating the ImportBlocksWithAttributes (from a File) UI (Part 2) 00:04:00
Running and Testing ImportBlocksWithAttributes (from a File) Method 00:03:00
Section 06: Conclusion
Conclusion 00:01:00
Assignment
Assignment – AutoCAD 2 weeks, 5 days
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