CAD TECHNOLOGIST DIPLOMA. Technical Design Job ready in 6 months
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DescriptionCHANGE YOUR LIFE NOW! - be JOB READY as a CAD (Computer Aided Design) Technologist in 6 months. Governament approved Diploma Program, you may qualify for free training!
CALL NOW: LEONARDO COLLEGE OF DESIGN 416-249-6060 or email as at info @ leonardocollege.ca
EARN A DIPLOMA IN Computer Aided Design (CAD) - DIPLOMA + JOB PLCEMENT - 90% SUCCESS RATE! -
Next semester is from JUL 22, 2019 to FEB 14, 2020
LEARN NEW SKILLS FOR A BETTER CAREER!
BECOME A TECHNICAL DESIGNER AND EARN A GOOD LIVING!
Many job opportunities for well trained people!
Also, If you are:
A NEWCOMER TO CANADA
HAVE A DISABILITY
UNDER EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE
SECOND CAREER QUALIFIED
THE GOVERNMENT WILL PAY FOR YOUR TRAINING
We also have part-time courses on evening and weekends:
Leonardo College of Design
2319 Keele Street, Suite 206, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6M 4A1
(On Keele Street, 2 blocks south of Lawrence Ave W)
Free parking and coffee all day
FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS:
What does a CAD Technologist do?
Creates computer generated 3D models and Technical Drawings of everything you see around you: Buildings, Cars, Airplanes, Cell Phones, Machines, etc.
What type of Industries would hire me after graduation?
CAD Drafting has many specialties each student will have the opportunity to explore different areas:
• Mechanical Companies - Mechanical CAD Designers prepare engineering drawings of Mechanical Components, Machine Assemblies, Aircraft, Tool and Dies, Moulds, wind mills, etc
• Industrial/Product Design companies - Industrial CAD Designers design Models of a variety of Products, Furniture, Home Appliances, cars, electronic devices, etc.
• Architectural/Construction Companies - Architectural CAD Designers prepare architectural and structural drawings of Houses and Buildings.
• Civil Engineering Companies/Municipalities - Civil Engineering CAD Designers prepare drawings for Construction Projects, such as Roads, Bridges, Water Treatment Systems, etc.
• Electrical/Telecommunication Companies: Electrical CAD Designers prepare Wiring and Layout diagrams, Circuit boards, Schematics drawings, etc.
• Many successful CAD Technologists work independently
Is there a job placement after graduation?
Yes, you will be placed with a drafting company for 4 weeks to learn about the “real world”.
After one month students are often hired for a full time position by the same company.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
We cover a variety of topics and industry fields so that our students become flexible and ready for any job opportunity. Courses included in the Computer Aided Design (CAD) Technologist program:
» Design Interpretation
(3 weeks) [Blueprint Reading, Industry Standards, Mechanical and Architectural]
» Quality Control
(2 weeks) [Metrology, GD&T, ISO & ANSI standards, Buildings measurements]
» AutoCAD Level 1 (2D)
(5 weeks) [2D CAD, Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical]
» AutoCAD Level 2 (3D)
(4 weeks) [3D CAD, Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical]
» Revit Architecture
(2 weeks) [2D/3D CAD, Architectural Design]
(1 weeks) [Designing taking in consideration the comfort of the human body]
» SolidWorks Level 1
(4 weeks) [3D CAD, Industrial/Mechanical/Furniture Design, Basic]
» SolidWorks Level 2
(4 weeks) [3D CAD, Industrial/Mechanical/Furniture Design, Advanced]
Note: Courses can be taken individually (course by course certification)
What time would I attend class?
9 am to 1 pm Monday to Friday for 6 months
(our schedule allows some students to work part-time while studying)
Would I have difficulties studying a subject I know little about?
If you are a visual person and you feel a certain passion for Technical Design, you should do fine. With modern CAD software anybody can learn and many mathematical calculations are done by computer.
When can I start?
Next start date:
JUL 22, 2019 (ENDING ON FEB 14, 2020) FOLLOWED BY JOB PLACEMENT.
(Please apply as soon as possible, government approval for your training may take several weeks)
Can I take part-time courses?
Yes, we also have evening and weekend courses like AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Revit and Blueprint Reading, however, only the full time courses lead to a diploma. Please check here: http://www.leonardocollege.ca/schedule-part-time-courses.php
Tell me more about this College
Leonardo College of Design is registered as a Private Career College under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005. We specialize in CAD (Computer Aided Design) and Web Design & Development. Our highly qualified instructors use effective hands-on training methods. Our goal is to prepare students for challenging and creative new careers in a relatively short period of time. We offer latest equipment and software, small classes, handouts, one Desktop per student and free parking and free coffee all day. After graduation we offer Job Placement to assist students finding a permanent job.