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Workforce Training & Continuing Education

Computer-Aided Design (CAD)

Courses

Course
Title
Prerequisite
Course WTCD 0100
Title AutoCAD Fundamentals
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Description

This eight-week course develops the foundational skills needed to use AutoCAD tools to create technical drawings. Through hands-on application, students learn to navigate the AutoCAD interface and utilize fundamental drawing commands and techniques to create 2D drawings. This is a Windows-based training.

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Course WTCD 0600
Title AutoCAD Civil 3D
Prerequisite
Description

This six-week course is designed for civil engineers and surveyors to perform rapid development of alternatives through its model-based design tools. Students will learn techniques to organize project data, work with points, create and analyze surfaces, model road corridors, create parcel layouts, perform grading and volume calculation tasks, and layout pipe networks. This is a Windows-based training and AutoCAD knowledge is recommended.

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Course WTCD 0200
Title Autodesk Revit Comprehensive
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Description

This eight-week course discusses the fundamental to more advanced features of Revit. A lecture and project-based classroom helps participants progress from project start-up through construction documentation. Other disciplines use of complimentary software such as Civil 3D, Navisworks, and BIM 360 Design are discussed. This is a Windows-based training and basic CAD knowledge is recommended.

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Course WTCD 0300
Title SolidWorks Parametric Modeling
Prerequisite
Description

This eight-week course introduces basic to intermediate SolidWorks techniques with a focus on its parametric capabilities. Students will progress from basic design models to full parametric models, assemblies, and drawings. This is a Windows-based training.

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Course WTCD 0400
Title Revit MEP-HVAC/Plumbing
Prerequisite
Description

Learn about building information modeling and the tools for parametric MEP systems design and documentation using Autodesk Revit MEP. The course focuses on HVAC/plumbing/mechanical aspects of MEP. Students are introduced to the fundamental features of Autodesk Revit MEP, schematic design, system analysis, construction. This is a Windows-based training and basic Revit knowledge is recommended.

Course WTCD 0303
Title Revit MEP-Electrical
Prerequisite
Description

Learn about building information modeling and the tools for parametric MEP systems design and documentation using Autodesk Revit MEP. This course focuses on electrical aspects of MEP. Students are introduced to the fundamental features of Autodesk Revit MEP, schematic design, system analysis, and construction documentation. This is a Windows-based training and basic Revit knowledge is recommended.

Course WTST 0604
Title Getting Started with InfraWorks Workshop
Prerequisite
Description

InfraWorks® infrastructure design software supports Building Information Modeling (BIM) processes. Conceptualize, optimize, and visualize infrastructure projects—all in the context of the built and natural environment. This four-hour class with get you off and running with Autodesk Infraworks. This is a Windows-based training.

Course WTST 0001
Title Civil 3D Advanced Corridor Modeling Workshop
Prerequisite
Description

This course is recommended for engineers and designers. Topics include: Understanding and manipulating styles related to alignment settings, corridors, editing and labeling tools. Intersection commands. Corridor assemblies and subassemblies, including generic assemblies such as mark point, corridor surfaces, vertical and horizontal transitioning, intersection tools, volume computations, advanced section creation, labeling and editing. This is a Windows-based training.

FAQs

Call 801-957-5200 to enroll in any class, M-F, 8:00-4:30 pm. Payment is due at the time of registration.

No, if you are enrolling in non-credit classes, you do not need to be a current student. Simply call our registration office at 801-957-5200 to enroll.

Classes are held at Larry H. Miller Campus, 9750 South 300 West, Miller Professional Development Center, Sandy

 

In order to receive a tuition refund, the course must be dropped 24 hours before the course start date.  No refund will be issued after the start date.
Contact the Program Coordinator to see if the course you need is in the process of being offered or ask what other options are available. 
Our goal is to keep training costs affordable; however, there are times we have limited tuition assistance funds available through Short-Term Intensive Training (STIT). Contact the Program Specialist regarding availability and information.