The staying power of AutoCAD® is legendary in the ever-changing software industry, having been around for 32 years by 2014. You can rest assured that spending your time learning AutoCAD will be a wise investment, and the skills you obtain in this training will be useful for years to come.
I wish to welcome you in beginning the process of learning AutoCAD. It will give you great satisfaction to learn such a complex program and use it to design and document whatever you dream up. You’ll find a variety of techniques built on many years of real-world experience.
The first 14 chapters apply to both AutoCAD® 2014 and AutoCAD LT® 2014. AutoCAD LT is Autodesk’s lower-cost version of AutoCAD, and it has reduced capabilities. Chapters 15 through 18 are for full AutoCAD users only as they cover advanced tools not available in AutoCAD LT, including attributes, 3D navigation, 3D modeling, and rendering.

Who Should attend

This training is for students, hobbyists, professional architects, industrial designers, engineers, builders, landscape architects, or anyone who communicates through technical drawings as part of their work. If you’re interested in certification for AutoCAD 2014, this training can be a great resource to help you prepare. See www.autodesk.com/certification for more certification information and resources. This training also features an exercise that can help you focus your studies on the skills you will need for the certification exams.

What You Will Learn

You’ll gain a solid understanding of the features of AutoCAD in this training. This module features multiple exercises that take you step by step through the many complex procedures of AutoCAD. The goal of performing these steps on your own is to develop skills that you can apply to many different real-world situations.
Although each project presents different obstacles and opportunities, We will focus on the concepts and techniques presented rather than memorizing the specific steps used to achieve the desired result. The actual steps performed may vary in each geometric situation.


You don’t need any previous experience with AutoCAD to attend this training. However, you’ll need familiarity with either the Windows or Mac operating system and have the basic skills necessary to use a graphical user interface successfully and to operate a computer confidently.

Chapter 1: 

Getting Started You’ll take a tour of the user interface and learn to identify each of its parts by name. Chapter 1 is essential reading as you’ll need to know the difference between workspaces, ribbon tabs, toolbars, panels, palettes, status toggles, and so on to understand the terminology used by your colleagues and in the rest of this book. In addition, you’ll learn about how to match your industry’s standard units to the drawings you’ll be creating.

Chapter 2: 

Basic Drawing Skills Learn how to navigate a 2D drawing with Zoom and Pan so that you can zero in on areas of interest. You’ll learn how to draw lines, rectangles, circles, arcs, and polygons; how to cancel, erase, and undo; and how to fillet and chamfer lines. In addition, you’ll use two coordinate systems to specify the exact sizes of objects you are drawing.

Chapter 3: 

Using Drawing Aids Drawing aids are something you’ll want to learn how to use to create measured drawings with ease. The drawing aids covered with step-by-step exercises in this chapter include grid and snap, ortho and polar tracking, PolarSnap, running object snaps, the From snap, and object snap tracking.

Chapter 4: 

Editing Entities This chapter teaches what you’ll probably be doing most of the time in AutoCAD: editing the basic entities that you’ve drawn to make them conform with your design intent. Editing commands covered include Move,


REVIT Architecture Trajnimi

AutoCAD®  2D  /  AutoCAD  2014   LT®  Essentials

Overview: AutoCAD is general purpose Aided Design and Drafting (CAD) program which can be used to create all kind of drawings. The basic premise of its design is simple and is the main reason for AutoCAD success. Anything you can think of,you can draw quickly and easily.

Audience: Architects, Engineers, Draftsmen, Designers, Advertisers, or any interested in acquiring skills in AutoCAD or whose job depends on drawings or sketches to convey information or ideas.

AutoCAD®  3D  /  AutoCAD  2014 

Overview: This AutoCAD course provides delegates with a basic understanding of the foundamental concepts and workflows of how to design,create and modify 3D models (both solid and surface).

Creating 3D models helps users better visualize and present designs.The concepts and practices taught will help delegates take their designs beyond 2D to the next dimension - 3D.

Audience: Architects, Engineers, Designers, Draftsmen – anyone needing to create 3D models. 

Prerequisites: Attendance of the essential course (or equivalent knowledge) is required – need to be proficient in working with 2D objects.

Moduli_1: AutoCAD 2D

Niveli: Themelor
Versioni: AutoCAD 2014 LT
Numri i orëve: 42h 
Kushtet paraprake: Njohuri themelore për Windows

Instruktor: Dashnor Kadiri

Çmimi: 150€ 

Moduli_2: AutoCAD 3D

Niveli: Themelor
Versioni: AutoCAD Architecture 2014
Numri i orëve: 18h 
Kushtet paraprake: AutoCAD 2D, Niveli themelor

Instruktor: Dashnor Kadiri

Çmimi: 70€ 

Moduli_1 + Moduli_2

Zbritje (-10%)

Çmimi 198€


1. Getting started with Autocad

  • Starting the Software
  • User Interface
  • Working with commands
  • Cartesian Workspace
  • Opening an Existing Drawing File
  • Viewing Your Drawing
  • Saving Your Work

2. Basic Drawing & Editing Commands

  • Drawing Lines
  • Erasing Objects
  • Drawing Lines with Polar Tracking 
  • Drawing Rectangles
  • Drawing Circles
  • Undo and Redo Actions

3. Drawing Precision in AutoCAD

  • Using Running Object Snaps
  • Using Object Snap Overrides
  • Polar Tracking at Angels
  • Object Snap Tracking
  • Drawing with Snap and Grid

4. Projects (Creating a Simple Drawing)

  • Create Simple Drawing
  • Create Simple Shapes

5. Making Changes in Your Drawing

  • Selecting Objects for Editing
  • Moving Objects
  • Copying Objects
  • Rotating Objects
  • Scaling Objects
  • Mirroring Objects
  • Editing with Grips

6. Projects (Making Your Drawings more Precise)

  • Architectural Project
  • Mechanical Project
  • Plumbing Project
  • Electronic Project

7. Organizing Your Drawing with Layers

  • Creating new Drawings with Templates
  • What are Layers?
  • Layer States
  • Changing an Object`s Layer

8. Advanced Object Types

  • Drawing Arc

  • Drawing Polylines

  • Editing Polylines

  • Drawing Polygones

  • Drawing Ellipses

9. Getting Information from your Drawing

  • Working with Object Properties

  • Measuring Objects

10. Projects  (Drawing Organization & Information)

  • Architectural Project

  • Mechanical Project

  • Civil Project

11. Advanced Editing Commands

  • Trimming and Extending Objects

  • Streching Objects

  • Creating Fillets and Chamfers

  • Offsetting Objects

  • Creating Arrays of Objects

12. Inserting Blocks

  • What are Blocks?

  • Inserting Blocks

  • Working with Dynamic Blocks

  • Inserting Blocks with Design Center

  • Inserting Blocks with Content Explorer

13. Projects (Creating more Complex Objects)

  • Architectural Project: Floor Plan

  • Mechanical Project: Plate 

  • Machanical Project: Rocker Arm

  • Civil Project: Parkign Lot

14. Setting Up a Layout

  • Printing Concepts

  • Working in Layouts

  • Copying Layouts

  • Creating Viewports

  • Guidelines for Layouts

15. Printing your Drawing

  • Printing Layouts

  • Printing from the Model Tab

16. Projects (Preparing to Print)

  • Architectural Project
  • Mechanical Project

17. Text

  • Working with Annotations

  • Adding text in a Drawing

  • Modifying Multiline text

  • Formatting Multiline text

  • Adding Notes with Leaders in a Drawing

  • Creating Tables

  • Modifying Tables

.18. Hatching

  • Hatching

  • Editing hatches

19. Adding Dimensions

  • Dimensioning Concepts
  • Adding Linear Dimensions
  • Adding Radial & Angular Dimensions
  • Editing Dimension

20. Projects (Annotating your Drawing)

  • Architectural Project

  • Mechanical Project

  • Civil Project


1. Getting started in 3D

  • Introduction to 3D

2. 3D Modeling


  • Creating solid primitives
  • Creating models from 2D profiles
  • Working in 3D
  • Creating composite solids

3. Creating models from Cross Sections

  • Converting 2D objects to solids or surfaces

4. Editing models

  • Adding detail to solid models

  • Converting objects

  • Editing solid models

  • Extracting geometry from solid models

  • Changing the model position

  • Duplication a model

  • Getting information from 3D objects

5. Sectioning a model & creating drawings

  • Section a solid model and generate 2D geometry

  • Creating drawings from 3D models