Computer Aided Design/Drafting (CADD) is a method to create 2D or 3D models on the computer in a variety of engineering fields. CADD users develop the plans that builders or machinists use to then build the final product. It has replaced the older version of drafting that used to be done by hand. CADD allows the user to store future projects, share them with other users, and update the plans as needed to meet the unique specifications of the project.
Computer Aided Design/Drafting courses include:
- DFTG.1009 – Basic CADD (AutoCAD) 64 contact hours
- DFTG.1033 – Mechanical Drafting (Inventor) 64 contact hours
- DFTG.2040 – 3D Solid Modeling/Design (Inventor) Prerequisite required: DFTG.1033 64 contact hours
- DFTG.1045 – Parametric Modeling & Design (SolidWorks) 64 contact hours
- DFTG.1017 – Introduction to Architectural Drafting (Revit) 64 contact hours
Applicants must complete the Computer Aided Drafting/Design program application BEFORE they can be admitted into the program and are eligible for registration. If under 18, Minor Consent Form is required and must be completed then uploaded with the application.
Upon successful completion, graduates will receive a Weatherford College certificate of completion. Students can work as a Civil Drafter, Architectural Drafter, Electrical Drafter, Mechanical Drafter, CADD Operator, or CADD Technician.
Funding assistance through the Workforce Education Grant and Weatherford College Foundation Scholarship for Workforce Education may be available for eligible applicants, until funds are depleted. This program does not qualify for FAFSA.
Weatherford Campus: 817-598-8870
Wise County Campus: 940-626-3304
Number of Credits
- 6.4 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) per course completed