Learn how to create 2D designs with AutoCAD from scratch and increase your chances of landing a job or advance your career in oil and gas, engineering, architectural company and building industries
AutoCAD is used by professionals
across many industries, to do everything from designing and creating different
buildings, constructions, and infrastructure. AutoCAD enables companies to
design and plan a project virtually. It is a computer-aided software program that
enables drafters, architects, engineers and other experienced professionals to
create two-dimensional and three-dimensional models of solid surfaces and meshes.
I am a Piping Engineer with over five (5) years working experience in various fields of engineering endeavour. Of particular relevance is Engineering projects executed within the Oil & Gas industry which include Front End Engineering/Basic Design (FEED), Detailed Engineering Design and facility upgrade for the upstream and downstream sectors.
The ability to design with AutoCAD is definitely a craft that gives you the needed technical expertise needed to pursue a professional career in various fields—engineering, architecture, interior design, manufacturing, project management etc.—were organization and aesthetic design are king. With this skill, you can take on designing projects as either a hobby or a source of income to supplement your core source of income
As a prospective student of architecture, engineering, and interior design, a simple search on pre-requisite subjects for studying these courses will include the need to be AutoCAD literate. Also, AutoCAD as a course of study will definitely be encountered down the line when studying these courses. Therefore, pursuing a professional course in architecture and engineering is definitely a reason to be a student of AutoCAD.