Loading...

Advanced Architectural Drafting Applications

Recognition of Achievement

More Information



Overview

The Advanced Architectural Drafting Application ROA program combines AutoCAD and Revit - the two main computer-drafting applications in the industry - into an advanced ROA. It provides a full scope of both applications in drafting and 3D graphic presentation, along with the design skills needed in the preparation of architectural, engineering, and construction projects.

This program is designed to teach the necessary CAD drafting applications found in the industry, particularly within the architectural/engineering field. It will provide students with an advanced understanding in both the AutoCAD and Revit applications, from introductory- to advanced-level knowledge, as well as architectural drawing, 3D modeling, drafting conventions, and standards.

Courses also may be taken individually for skill enhancement.

Career Opportunities

For more details on related occupations, job market information, and career opportunities, please visit the Government of Canada website.

National Occupational Classification (NOC) - Government of Canada

The  National Occupational Classification (NOC) provides a standardized language for describing the work performed by Canadians in the labor market. It gives statisticians, labor market analysts, career counselors, employers, and individual job seekers a consistent way to collect data as well as describe and understand the nature of work.

Entry Requirements

Students must have:

  • Experience with Windows PC Operating System.

Filter Classes: In Class     Online     Correspondence     Hybrid     Availability   


Curriculum

ATC111
Auto CAD 2017 - Fundamentals
Availability
 

Prerequisite(s):

Recommended Basic Computer skills/Basic Drafting Fundamentals

This course is an introduction to 2D AutoCAD, in which students learn basic AutoCAD fundamentals, including basic draw and modify commands, drawing setup procedures, layer setup, dimensioning, and plotting. Students gain hands-on experience using AutoCAD's drafting tools.




Loading availability...
If the availability does not load please click here.

ATC711
Revit Architecture 2017 - Fundamentals
Availability
 

Prerequisite(s):

Recommended - ATC111 or an introductory AutoCAD course or equivalent industrial experience

In this course students prepare building models and are introduced to all phases of the building process from conceptual design studies to the creation of construction documents and schedules




Loading availability...
If the availability does not load please click here.

ATC721
Revit Architecture 2017 - Advanced
Availability
 

Prerequisite(s):

ATC711 - Revit Architecture 2016 - Fundamentals

In this course students expand on the knowledge and skill acquired in "Revit Architecture - Fundamentals". Students prepare more complex 3D designs and create advances construction documents.




Loading availability...
If the availability does not load please click here.

ATC731
Revit MEP 2017 - Fundamentals
Availability
 

Prerequisite(s):

ATC711

The course introduces students to the software's interface and basic HVAC, Electrical and Piping/Plumbing components that make the Revit MEP software powerful and flexible engineering modeling tool. Students become familiar with the tools necessary to create and document a complete parametric model. The practices are designed to take the student through the basics of a real world project, from linking an architectural model to an MEP template to using Revit MEP tools to design HVAC, electrical, plumbing and piping systems to create complete construction documents.




Loading availability...
If the availability does not load please click here.

Program Outcomes

The objective of AutoCAD Essentials ROA is to introduce students with a complete overview of the AutoCAD program from introductory to advanced methods in 2D and 3D environments and concepts.

Upon completion of the program, the student will be able to:

  • Use the AutoCAD and Revit programs to draw a variety of complex plans and drawings.
  • Edit and revise drawings.
  • Create dimension and plot drawings.
  • Understand drafting terminology and drafting standards and conventions.
  • Complete a variety of full 2D and 3D plans.
  • Create 3D models with textures and lighting.
  • Render 3D models to photographic quality.

Completion

Recognition of Achievement

Upon successful completion of the program requirements, please submit a Request for Recognition of Achievement Form to the Faculty of Continuing Education and Training. There is no cost for this and your Recognition of Achievement will be mailed to you.

Program Contacts

Roberta Breen
Program Assistant
Roberta.Breen@senecacollege.ca
416-491-5050 ext.22663


Ravindran Aruliah
Part-time Program Coordinator
Ravindran.Aruliah@senecacollege.ca
416-491-5050 ext.77088


Robin Richardson
Program Coordinator
Robin.Richardson@senecacollege.ca
416-491-5050 ext.77273