Get the Skills to Become a CADD Professional
Train in as little as 1-Year in Computer Aided Drafting & Design
Help build America’s future while you build your own! Receive AutoCAD, Revit and SolidWorks1 training and much more from PCI. Our CADD Technology program will teach you the skills you need to turn concepts from engineers and architects into usable computer-generated drawings and designs. Everything from buildings, bridges and 3D manufactured products all require teams of people to bring ideas from the drawing board to reality. If you’d like to become an integral member of one of these vital teams, check out the CADD training at Porter and Chester Institute today.
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If you’re a visual learner who likes working with computers, our CADD classes can set you on your new career path. Here are just a few of the skills you could learn in one of our CADD programs:
- CADD Technology: This program will teach you how to turn architectural and mechanical concepts and designs into computerized drawings. Learn how to create the 2D and 3D drawings (parametric modeling1) that are used in construction, product manufacturing and engineering. You’ll learn how to generate plans for structural, functional, and decorative features of residential, industrial, commercial, or public structures and buildings. And most every product—from microchip to monster truck—requires the kinds of drafting and design skills you could learn in our CADD classes.
- Hands-on Training: At PCI, you’ll learn by doing, working with the same quality software that is used out in the real world. You’ll work with programs like AutoCAD, SolidWorks and Revit, and you’ll also learn the fundamentals of design, construction and manufacturing so that you understand the practical application of what you are doing in the classroom and on the computer.
- Job Outlook: Today, everything seems to be generated on a computer before it moves into production. That’s why your newly acquired skills could be such an asset in the job market. There are so many industries that rely on CADD technology!
- Soft Skills: In addition to honing technical skills, you’ll learn what it takes to be a professional in today’s business world. We’ll teach you what it means to be a good employee in a real world setting.
Still interested in a future in CADD training in MA or CT? It starts with the proper training! Act now and request information from one of our Career Program Specialists today!
1 Please note that the Woburn campus is not yet teaching the CADD Technology program which incorporates Solidworks and the MakerBot printer into the curriculum. It is planned for the Winter (January) term. Please click here to learn about the CADD program currently being taught at the Woburn campus.
Our CADDT programs are offered at the following campuses:
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