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2D Draughting (Fundamentals)

When someone talks about using AutoCAD, they’re usually talking about material taught in this course. The AutoCAD 2D Fundamentals course gives students the tools required to produce any simple 2D drawing, with a high level of accuracy and professionalism.

2D Draughting (Advanced)

The advanced 2D draughting course digs deeper into AutoCAD’s tools, equipping students with maximum use of the software. Where students would have learnt how to create and insert blocks in the Fundamentals course, they will now learn how to create Dynamic Blocks and constrain the geometry in them.

3D Modeling

Continue the exploration of AutoCAD’s infinite possibilities with this 3D course. Students will learn to use primitive objects such as solids and surfaces to represent timeless architectural models, inch-perfect engineering designs or even distinctive items for use in another Autodesk software, such as Revit or 3DS Max.

AutoCAD for Technical Drawing

Geared towards Form 4-6 students, this course is a blend between AutoCAD and Technical Drawing principles. Emphasis is placed on AutoCAD workflows that students can utilize to achieve success in their exams.

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Fusion 360 - 3D Model Creation

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Fusion 360 is the Autodesk software solution for Mechanical Engineers and design enthusiasts. With its user-friendly interface and integrated CAD/CAM/CAE features, Fusion 360 easily brings all of your product designs to life. Collaborate and share files with team members, render in the cloud and produce 3D print files all in one place.

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International Certifications


RECAAD Labs is an Autodesk Learning Partner, and a Certiport Testing Center. This means that we offer internationally-recognized certification in software from a variety of vendors, including Autodesk. Certification prep sessions are included with the purchase of some exams.

Solidworks Essentials and Assembly Modelling

Designed in Solidworks, engineered to last.

Consider the chair you’re sitting on right now. Rather than build multiple chairs and have persons sit on them to analyze the results, mechanical engineers design and test an exact model of the chair in Solidworks, or in a software just like it. Solidworks is often used by designers and engineers in the visualization and idea creation process. Products can be modelled and tested for failure; in the case of your chair, a variety of materials are tested and simulated to see if the chair can take the average weight of a person, and the maximum weight it can handle without malfunction.

Think different, think Revit.

In any construction project, it is imperative that engineers, project managers and contractors are able to collaborate throughout the project’s lifecycle. Through the BIM process, Revit makes all this possible. All aspects of the project, including schedules, digital representations of actual building components and synchronization of systems (mechanical, electrical) are managed in a single model. Communication with workmen on site is made possible through BIM 360, and several draughtspersons can work simultaneously on a project using worksets. There is a lot to learn in Revit. The Revit Software is divided into three disciplines: Revit Architecture (Fundamentals and Advanced), Revit Structure, and Revit MEP. 

The Revit Architecture Fundamentals course focuses on the building of the architectural model by placing intuitive elements such and walls, doors and windows. Rendering is also covered in this course. The Revit Architecture Fundamentals course focuses on the building of the architectural model by placing intuitive elements such and walls, doors and windows. Rendering is also covered in this course.

Most Draughtspersons and Engineers model architectural elements in Revit, and create the structural drawings in AutoCAD. This course is designed to encourage students to utilize the BIM process; with the Architectural model as a linked file, structural components (foundations, structural members for stairs and roofs), beams and column work are created, overlaid and reviewed for clash detection. This course has a pre-requisite of Revit Architecture Fundamentals (completed at any ATC) or a minimum of the Revit Architecture User Certification.

Engineering Consulting Firms are often hired to design the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems for building projects. Since Revit is the go-to software for architectural design, it is highly useful to design the MEP systems directly in the software as well. This will ultimately streamline the design process, and aid in effective design communication between disciplines.

This course is a generous mix of Revit Architecture, Structure and MEP that enables students to produce a single-story residential building that meets submittal requirements for Town and Country Planning Division. Revit for House Plans is ideal for budding entrepreneurs, draughtspersons looking to get more out of Revit or any person interested in learning to produce building plans.

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