Short Courses

Computer Aided Design

Use your design skills to start building a better world.

Our Computer Aided Design (CAD) courses will introduce you to the features and capabilities of software enabling 2D drawings. They will enhance your skills and knowledge in drawing techniques, tools and libraries and drawing production. With our range of Revit courses you will learn to compose presentations with renderings, storyboards and walkthroughs.

Short Courses
ArchiCAD Basic
ArchiCAD is a 3D modelling software program. Melbourne Polytechnic's ArchiCAD short course enables participants to develop basic knowledge and understanding of computer aided drafting (CAD) systems and the role of CAD within the building and construction industry.

Autodesk Inventor
Melbourne Polytechnic's Autodesk Inventor short course introduces the basic features and capabilities of this helpful industry tool so that parts, assemblies and drawing documentation can be created.

Revit Level 1
Melbourne Polytechnic can help extend your training in Revit with this fabulous new short course for Designers. Revit Level 1 will enable you to include advanced architectural, structural and documentation features in your 3D design work.

Revit for Beginners
Melbourne Polytechnic has a brand new course for Designers - learn how to bring your Building Design to life with Revit for Beginners. Revit - a virtual building world in full 3D.

Revit MEP Essentials
Melbourne Polytechnic rounds off its Revit short courses with this necessary tool for the modern designer - Revit Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) Essentials. Learn to use Revit MEP to populate a 3D Revit Architecture model with heating, venting and air-conditioning (HVAC) components, plus systems and reticulation including hot, cold, and sanitation water and fire protection systems.

AutoCAD Level 1
This Melbourne Polytechnic short course is designed for students who want to learn how to use AutoCAD or improve their 2D drafting skills. It introduces basic features and capabilities of the software, enabling 2D drawings and documentation to be created from 2D models.

AutoCAD Level 2
Melbourne Polytechnic's AutoCAD Level 2 short course introduces AutoCAD’s 3D modelling features and capabilities, with participants learning to create 2D drawings and documentation from 3D models.



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