Autocad Mechanical

Course Overview

This training course teaches students about the indispensable core topics required to use the AutoCAD ® Mechanical software. Through a hands – on, practice – intensive curriculum, students acquire the knowledge needed to accelerate the mechanical design process.   AutoCAD Mechanical software takes productivity one step further for mechanical Cad users by introducing automated geometry creation, semi automated drafting and validation tools that can shave hours of traditional 2D drafting times. These tools also further increase productivity by automating the design iteration process including automatically updating drawing views.

Course Objectives

At the end of this training, students will  the basic skills necessary to become proficient with creating professional 2D mechanical drawings, designing, and drafting using AutoCAD Mechanical. After completing this course, students should be able to: •Identify and use the key components of the AutoCAD Mechanical user interface. •Use the fundamental features of AutoCAD Mechanical. •Use the precision drafting tools in AutoCAD Mechanical to develop accurate technical engineering drawings. •Demonstrate a high level of comfort and confidence with AutoCAD Mechanical through hands-on practice.


This training is designed for users that are new to the AutoCad Mechanical Software and they must have: A basic understanding of mechanical drafting or design. A working knowledge of the AutoCad software. A working knowledge of the Microsoft Windows 7 Operating System.


Weekdays: 3 weeks (2 days in a week) Weekend: 3 Saturdays


Batch A: 4th – 22nd December

Weekend classes also available for busy executives

Cost:   N100,000.00

Weekend classes also available for Weekend classes also available for busy executives

Fill the form below or call 08033146625 to register for the next batch.

Course Outline:

AutoCAD Mechanical Design Concepts Object Property and Layer Management Organizing Drawing Geometry Tools for Creating Key Geometry Mechanical Part Generators Creating Drawing Sheets Dimensioning and Annotating Drawings

Bill of Materials, Parts Lists, and Balloons
Leveraging Your Existing Data