CADD 224 - CADD Principles
Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) Principles enables you to create two-dimensional (2D) drawings by using current CADD software. Co-ordinate entry, drawing elements, snap options, text placement, symbology, annotation, and reference files. You will also learn how to create a final paper print.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CALENDAR
NETWORK LEARNING CALENDAR
Students must be accepted into the Process Piping Drafting - Distance program in order to register for this course. Please visit sait.ca for more information.
This course is also available for professional development purposes. If you are interested in registering but do not intend to complete the certificate program, please first discuss your eligibility with the School of Construction at 403.284.8367.
Your course will start the day your registration is processed and your end date is based on the length of the course.
A trial version of the MicroStation software will be provided. You will receive directions on how to download a student trial version upon registering for the course. All students are responsible for ensuring that their computer and software meet the minimum requirements.
To purchase your Course Learning Material:
Go to http://www.bookstore.sait.ca/buy_main.asp, select Campus Term (Distance Learning) and click GO, select Distance Online, click on your course, and add the Course Material to your cart.
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