Computer Aided Drafting Design

Division: Workforce, Career & Technical Education

Computer-Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) is a technology that involves using computer software to create, modify, analyze, and optimize designs and drawings. It is widely used in various industries, such as architecture, engineering, manufacturing, and construction, to enhance the efficiency and accuracy of the design process. CADD systems replace traditional manual drafting methods with digital tools, providing a range of benefits, including faster design iteration, improved precision, and easier collaboration among team members.

Class Schedule for Computer-aided Design and Drafting