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    How it going

    Looking to get into auto cad. I am a qualified plumber and have 3 years experience in hydraulics and GPS autosteer.
    I would like to further myself and maybe one day get myself off the tools.
    Were is the best place to do Auto cad training? Part time course would be great! Is there a particular part of auto cad my suit my qualification and experience better?
    Any help is much appreciated.
    Thanks


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  • FAS do courses as far as I know.




  • Depends where you're based. Some IT's & VEC's do evening courses. You could also download a free copy of draftsight and do some tutorials yourself. There's loads of great info online & good videos on youtube.

    Draftsight is very similar to autocad but it's free.




  • RPM7 wrote: »
    Depends where you're based. Some IT's & VEC's do evening courses. You could also download a free copy of draftsight and do some tutorials yourself. There's loads of great info online & good videos on youtube.

    Draftsight is very similar to autocad but it's free.


    I would second this. If you can get a copy of autocad you really can teach yourself a lot of it. THeres plenty of tutorial online and are really useful. If yoiu ever have any queries on different commands just google them and the answer will be in front of you


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