The skills required to transform the specifications and instructions of designers or engineers into complete and precise drawings are the focus of this program. Components of instruction include technical sketching, the graphic language, basic and advanced CAD software applications, A.N.S.I. standards, electronic document management and dimensioning and tolerance.
Student who complete the program will have the knowledge and skills required for entry-level positions in manufacturing engineering drawing or other industry related field such as estimator, CNC programmer, or quality control technician. Graduates can enter the drafting professional through trainee positions at companies in other drafting disciplines such as architectural, structural and civil engineer drawing.
Architectural Drafter 58 - 61 hoursMechanical Drafter 58 - 61 hours
Computer Assisted Drafter 37 - 40 hoursDetailer 24 hoursDrafter Assistant 21 - 24 hours
For more information concerning the computer aided design contact:
Steve BailesOCTC Main Campus686-4465 or email@example.com