5 days course
9:00 - 17:30
NGN Training Center
AutoCAD is commercial computer aided-design (CAD) and drafting software application. Enrolling on an AutoCAD course or undertaking AutoCAD training is without doubt the best way to start building your 2D or 3D computer aided design skills as 2D drafting and 3D modelling form important core skills that are required across all design disciplines
9:00 am - 17:30 am
40 hours of training in total
Up to 16 people in the group

Bahrain World Trade Centre
31st Floor
Course description
AutoCAD is commercial computer aided-design (CAD) and drafting software application, developed and marketed by Autodesk, AutoCAD was 1st released in December 1982 as a desktop application running on microcomputers with internal graphics controllers. Before AutoCAD was introduced, most commercial CAD programs ran on mainframe computers and minicomputers, with each CAD operator working at a separate graphics terminal. Since 2010 AutoCAD was released as a mobile and web application as well, marketed as AutoCAD 360. AutoCAD is used across a wide range of industries, by architects, project managers, engineers, graphic designers, and many other professionals. It was supported by 750 training centers worldwide in 1994. Learning to use a CAD system is similar to learning a new language. It is necessary to begin with the basic alphabet and learn how to use it correctly and effectively through practice. This will require learning some new concepts and skills as well as learning a different vocabulary. Today, the majority of the Mechanical CAD systems are capable of creating three-dimensional solid models. Nonetheless, all CAD systems create designs using basic geometric entities and many of the constructions used in technical designs are based upon two-dimensional planar geometry. The method and number of operations that are required to accomplish the basic planar constructions are different from one system to another. In order to become effective and efficient in using a CAD system, we must learn to create geometric entities quickly and accurately. In learning to use a CAD system, lines and circles are the first two, and perhaps the most important two, geometric entities that one should master the skills of creating and modifying. Straight lines and circles are used in almost all technical designs. In examining the different types of planar geometric entities, the importance of lines and circles becomes obvious. Triangles and polygons are planar figures bounded by straight lines. Ellipses and splines can be constructed by connecting arcs with different radii. As one gains some experience in creating lines and circles, similar procedures can be applied to create other geometric entities
World Trade Center, Manama
  • Draw lines and rectangles
  • Draw circles, arcs, and polygons

  • Use object-snap tracking
  • Use object-snap tracking
  • Make isometric drawings

  • Move and copy objects
  • Rotate and scale objects
  • Create and use arrays
  • Trim and extend objects
  • Offset and mirror objects
  • Use grip editing
  • Fillet and chamfer objects

  • Draw and edit polylines
  • Blend between objects with splines
  • Apply hatches and gradients

  • Change object properties
  • Alter layer assignments for objects
  • Control layer visibility
  • Assign properties by object or layer
  • Manage layer properties

  • work with blocks
  • Manage block attributes
  • Reference external drawings and images

  • Add and modify text
  • Use dimensions
  • Add and modify multileaders
  • Create and assign annotative styles
  • Use tables

  • Create layouts
  • Use viewports
  • Set printing and plotting options
Target audience
  • Architects
  • Interior Designers
  • Engineers
  • Draftsman
  • Surveyors
  • Any curious person
3 reasons to study with us
The instructor is an industry practitioner with a vast experience
Possibility to get an insight into best practice for service management
Spacious and fully equipped office with city view in one of the most famous buildings in Manama
Autodesk Autocad
5 day course
9:00 - 17:30